Metal Gear Survive released earlier this week, and Konami has announced some of its post-launch plans for the game. In particular, Rescue Mission is a new cooperative mission type that arrives in March.
Microsoft announced that Rise of the Tomb Raider, along with several other games, are heading to Xbox Game Pass this March. Xbox Game Pass is a Netflix-like subscription service that gives users access to a vault of games if they pay $10 per month.
Twitch has teamed up with charity organization The 1,000 Dreams Fund to help promote up-and-coming female streamers on the platform. By offering financial grants, Twitch hopes to sustain and support these channels.
Lore In A Minute! is a YouTube show that gives quick breakdowns of different games' lore and stories. Kingdom Come: Deliverance has a detailed, medieval open world, and this video can help you grasp what's going on as you begin your journey.
First 4 Figures recently revealed its newest collectible, which is a chibi version of Artorias The Abysswalker. Poised for battle in a circle of purple flames, Artorias still looks fearsome despite his rounded edges and chibi form.
Detective Pikachu is a 3DS game that released in 2016 in Japan, and now it's finally coming to the West. This Pokémon spin-off takes place in Ryme City, centering around Tim Goodman and Detective Pikachu, who team up to solve a number of mysteries.
Much like many rental car companies, airlines are now ending any discounts associated with National Rifle Association membership. In a tweet today, United Airlines announced that their partnership with the NRA will be ending.
Look, it’s hard to give a shit about budget phones. They often sport uninspired designs, lack any sort of innovative features, and frequently cut corners to hit those low, low prices. And with previous phone names like Pixi, Pop and Idol, Alcatel’s previous phones seemed more concerned with the latest saccharine teen…
I don’t know if the Venom movie, starring Tom Hardy, is going to be good. I hope it is. But I do know how it looks: like a weird, incoherent series orphan, vainly attempting to capitalize on the popularity of Spider-Man in a fictional universe where Spider-Man isn’t actually accessible as a character.
Taking Supreme Leader Snoke from a vague hologram to a physical presence was one of the biggest challenges for the visual effects team on Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and the process was a complex push and pull between the director, the effects artists, and Andy Serkis, who portrayed Snoke in motion capture and voice.