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‘Pokemon Master Journeys: The Series’ releases Summer 2021


The Pokemon Company released an announcement on Thursday that a new season of Pokemon will air in the Summer of 2021.


A first look at Resident Evil Village


‘Resident Evil 8 Village’ (or no. 8 in the main series) feels utterly different from anything that Capcom has proved or shown before. Especially for a franchise known for bio-terror, and the fear of a zombie apocalypse. Well, it’s safe to say that maybe the days of the undead are behind us, however, since the studio is playing coy with details, it does feel that fans of the prestigious series will have to wait for further information. 

Cyberpunk 2077: A game under bugs and glitches


“Cyberpunk 2077″ is a game from “CD Projekt Red”(Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt) that was released on Dec. 10, 2020. Upon launch, the title was greeted with negative reactions due to visual bugs, game-breaking glitches, and poor execution of the experience. A majority of reviews focused on the cons and did not address the pros enough. I felt this was a major disservice to the game and its developers.

A new hope rises: ‘Marvel’s Avengers’ game review


After months of rebalancing and necessary patches, I finally revisited the “Avengers” game and came to the conclusion that it seems that this is going to be a title that will age like fine wine. Of course many will gripe and ask “how did you come to this conclusion when the base vanilla product was just ‘unplayable?’”

Oscar Isaac cast as Solid Snake


When video games are made into a movie it incites two questions? Many are left to wonder if it will flop like the 1993 Super Mario Bro’s movie or will it rekindle the nostalgia of our gaming childhood just like Sonic did this past year? Of course, though it always comes down to the casting of such iconic characters, and it seems like the days of the troubled past are officially behind us. Deadline just confirmed that the Jordan Vogt-Roberts’ (Kong: Skull Island) Metal Gear Solid movie is finally gaining some momentum with the casting of Oscar Isaac (Star Wars:

Insomniac’s leap of faith: A Miles Morales PS4 review


I remember when Spider-Man PS4 was released by Insomniac back in 2018. The consensus by fans was that the game was one of the best Spider-Man experiences ever put to screen. Due to the new, fresh take on the wall-crawler and how it reignited why Spider-Man truly is one of the best fictional characters in all of media. On Nov. 12th the side story experience in the form of Miles Morales by Insomniac officially dropped on both the PS4 and PS5.  I feel what made both of these titles stand out from other games, and even movies are the attention

The Crown Tundra is almost here

Instead of releasing the third game to complete the eighth generation of Pokémon, like Pokémon Platinum, Pokémon Emerald, Pokémon Yellow or Pokémon Ultra Sun and Moon in the previous generations, Game Freak and The Pokémon Company are jumping into the DLC business.

Kate Bishop Added to ‘Marvel’s Avengers’ Roster


Disney+ is holding suspense on the Hawkeye series, which is set to debut Hawkeye’s protege, Kate Bishop. However, the Marvel Gaming Universe is growing each day and now welcomes Bishop with open arms. Kate Bishop was revealed as a playable character for Marvel’s Avengers video game. The news came on Tuesday that Bishop will a playable character post-launch of the game. In addition to her post-launch debut, she will be making Marvel’ Avengers’ history as the very first character playable post-launch.

Halo Infinite delayed to 2021


Mircosoft and 343 industries decided to drop another trail of breadcrumbs about the premise and identity of Halo Infinite going forward before it’s slated to release in the window of the 2020 holiday season. As of today, the title has been delayed to 2021.