Steam offers Oculus Rift competitor Vive, gratis


PC gaming hegemony Valve are offering their Vive VR headset, a direct competitor to the existing Oculus Rift, to several developers free of charge. In what is presumably a canny effort to popularize their new hardware and secure content within the very small market already controlled, de facto, by the Rift, Valve will provide a limited number of studios with free developer kits ... Read More »

New Hearthstone Adventure, Blackrock Mountain, Releases April 2nd

Hearthstone Blackrock Mountain

Fans of Hearthstone have likely already heard about the newest adventure planned for card-slinging enthusiasts, and the release date for Hearthstone‘s new adventure has now been confirmed. On April 2nd, the first wing of the Blackrock Mountain adventure, Blackrock Depths, will be released (April 3rd if you are in Europe, Korea, Taiwan, or China). The final release date for the ... Read More »

GOG Makes Changes to Improve Customer Service and Purchasing Experience

GOG News has put some thought into the stance they want to take when dealing with their customers.  A recent announcement covers their philosophy on customer service and refund policies, with the hope of offering a much better experience for those who use GOG. The refund policy has been revised to be more consumer-friendly. This new policy allows you to receive ... Read More »

The Legend of Zelda Wii U Delayed

zelda delay header

After being announced at E3 2014 for a release later this last year, Nintendo has released a special announcement video featuring series producer Eiji Aonuma to confirm that The Legend of Zelda Wii U is “no longer targeting a 2015 release.” Pledging to use the extra time to make this next title in the franchise the best Zelda title yet, ... Read More »

PS4 System Software 2.50 “Yukimura” Released

PS4 2.50 update

Sony has just let loose their sizable “Yukimura” PS4 system update. Weighing in at 245mb, this update is not exactly huge. The changelist, however, is quite large, and include major changes such as: The highly anticipated Suspend/Resume function which lets you jump in and out of games like you can on the PS Vita. Backup and Restore from HDD to USB which ... Read More »

Games With Gold April 2015 – Double Games with Gold all the way!

Games with Gold April 2015

April is just around the corner and with that fans and subscribers of the Xbox Games with Gold program have been surprised by Microsoft that Games with Gold for April will give players six free games instead of three. The program will still follow the same timeline of all month availability on Xbox One and there being a different game ... Read More »

More Details on the Batman: Arkham Knight Harley Quinn Pre-Order Bonus


More details on the Harley Quinn pre-order dlc have come to light. Shown on an Amazon page for Batman: Arkham Knight, it is revealed that the Harley Quinn dlc will be a prequel to the main games story. The description reads. For the first time in the Arkham series take on the role of Joker’s psychotic side-kick Harley Quinn and wreak havoc inside ... Read More »

Total War Attila DLC adds Gore and Celts

Total War Attila Title Screen

A pretty hefty update, titled Tin Isle Mercenaries, for Total War Attila is now online and has brought many fixes, including some I addressed before. Hordes are less likely to be chased down now by the campaign AI and Hun warriors have been nerfed to some extent. There are also numerous A.I. improvements, bug fixes, gameplay enhancements, and general improvements all together. The ... Read More »