In the past few months, the world has drastically changed in nearly every way. With the rise of COVID-19, people around the world have made adjustments — voluntary or otherwise — in an effort to protect each other and “flatten the curve” of the spread of this year’s coronavirus.

As someone who has been creating content for over 10 years and has been doing so professionally for more than three, the current situation brings a variety of challenges that I never even considered in normal life. Our new normal leaves minimal space for entertainment, replaced instead by a steady stream…


Goodbye Mr. X, Hello Nemesis

After the success of 2019’s Resident Evil 2, Capcom teased that more Resident Evil remakes could be in development. Now, according to YouTuber “SpawnWave” and gaming news outlet Eurogamer, a remake of Resident Evil 3: Nemesis has long been in development and is targeting a 2020 release. According to Eurogamer’s sources, the main focus for Capcom is currently the asymmetric multiplayer title Project Resistance.

Sources: Resident Evil 3 remake in development

A Resident Evil 3: Nemesis remake is on the way as reported by YouTuber “SpawnWave” and confirmed by Eurogamer. …


Amazon vs. Microsoft vs. Google vs. PlayStation

Amazon’s answer to Google Stadia, PlayStation Now and Microsoft’s Project xCloud is reportedly preparing for a 2020 launch. Though details are scarce, CNET reports that the service will utilize the power of Amazon Web Services, an already robust cloud computing service offering from Amazon. Direct integration with Twitch is also planned, allowing players to share their gameplay to a live audience via the Amazon-owned streaming platform.

Amazon’s game streaming service to work with Twitch, may be revealed next year — report

According to a report from CNET, Amazon is preparing for a 2020 debut of their own video game streaming platform that was leaked earlier this year. While few details are known, it…


Controversial Nominees Dominate the Conversation

As the year winds down, talk surrounding The Game Awards heats up. With this year’s show a little under one month away, fans now have the opportunity to cast their votes in 29 different categories — including the coveted Game of the Year. As to be expected, there is plenty of controversy surrounding some of the nominees. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, a game that released in December 2018, is in the running for Game of the Year while The Outer Wilds and Devil May Cry 5 — even Call of Duty: Modern Warfare — are absent from the list.

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It’s Technically a Sequel, Right?

After leaked information made its way online, Valve has decided to share more details about their upcoming flagship VR title, Half-Life: Alyx, this Thursday.

A full transcript of a conversation between Game Awards host Geoff Keighley, Valve developer Robin Walker and an unnamed third party revealed little about the game itself, but play tests are already being performed.

Valve will unveil its ‘Half-Life: Alyx’ VR game on Thursday

More news about Valve’s new Half-Life: Alyx VR title is coming Thursday, November 21. …


EA is Still Dedicated to the Failed Looter-Shooter

The buildup to Anthem was something to behold. Fan anticipation was through the roof and players around the world were convinced BioWare’s newest title would be a game that would mark the beginning of a franchise that would finally compete with Destiny and propel the Mass Effect developer forward through the years.

Unfortunately, that wasn’t the case. When Anthem launched, critics gave it middle-of-the-road reviews at best. As the weeks after release turned into months, the game saw few improvements. …


New IP from Rare and Obsidian, New Game Pass Titles, and Project Scarlett Headlined the London Show

Yesterday, Microsoft kicked of X019 — a celebration of all things Xbox. From special ultra-limited controller designs to new game announcements, the first day of this year’s show was filled to the brim with gaming goods that kept fans on the edge of their seats. Along with a slew of news came a hint from Phil Spencer alluding to the fact that Xbox’s “Project Scarlett” is coming to the market to take the next-generation PlayStation head on.

Xbox chief says Project Scarlett ‘will not be out of position on power or price’

After trailing behind Sony’s PlayStation 4 for an entire console generation, Phil Spencer shared with The Verge that the team has…


Confirmation of Season 2 Comes Before Season 1 is Even Live

Over a month ahead of the release of season one, Netflix has renewed “The Witcher” for a second season. Like the video game series, “The Witcher” is based off of Andrzej Sapkowski’s novels and shares stories not yet told through CD Projekt Red’s popular games. The show headlines Henry Cavill as Geralt of Rivea, a man who has undergone rigorous training and magical mutations that has made him mentally and physically equipped to take on monsters — human or otherwise — that threaten the Continent.

Netflix’s The Witcher series is already getting a second season

Netflix has renewed “The Witcher” for another season ahead of the December launch…


Rocksteady’s Batman: Arkham Engine is Partially to Blame

According to journalist James Sigfield, two Superman games and a Suicide Squad game have been cancelled since 2013. Although unconfirmed, Warner Bros. seems insistent that games based on DC Comics properties use Rocksteady’s Batman: Arkham engine, creating an additional difficulty for dev teams to overcome during the development process.

Rumors Suggest Warner Bros. Has Cancelled Two Open-World Superman Games Since 2013

Warner Bros. has had two Superman games in development since 2013, however both have since been cancelled. A Suicide Squad game was also in development at one point, though it was also cancelled due to issues with Rocksteady’s engine.

More clues surface of a BioShock sequel in the works for next year

Various clues — including statements from Take-Two Interactive — are…


Kojima’s Newest Game Received a Rare Perfect Score from the Outlet

Hideo Kojima’s Death Stranding is under fire in Japan after it was discovered that the game features a cameo from Hirokazu Hamamura, former editor-in-chief of Famitsu (now president of Famitsu’s publisher, Enterbrain). The game is one of the few to receive a perfect score from the infamously difficult gaming news outlet, bringing many to question the transparency and validity of Famitsu’s review.

In Japan, Fans Question Famitsu-Related Cameos In Death Stranding

The character of Japanese gaming news outlet Famitsu is being called into question after its former editor-in-chief received a prominent cameo in Kojima Productions’ Death Stranding (a game which received the incredibly rare perfect score from…

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