Video Games

Four New Pokemon That Come From The Weird Side

by Peter Paltridgeon September 6, 2016
Nintendo revealed four new Pokemon from Sun and Moon today, and they are without a doubt the strangest ones yet. The majority of them have punctuation marks in their names, for one thing, and that’s just the beginning. Type: Null (Note: this is the full name, including “Type” and the semicolon) Type: Normal Type: Null […]

The Tomorrow Children Launch Trailer

by Alex Beanon September 6, 2016
Once again, the world has been destroyed – or at least the humanitarian portion of it – and there is rebuilding to be done in the launch trailer for “The Tomorrow Children”….


Sony Is Chasing That Sweet Pokemon Go Money

by Peter Paltridgeon September 5, 2016
Sony CEO Kaz Hirai spoke with Financial Times about the company’s plans to get into the mobile gaming market, mentioning Pokemon Go as a motivating factor. “Pokemon Go is a real game-changer,” said Hirai. “I’m very interested in the fact that it has the potential to really change the way people move, literally.” He admitted […]

Tokyo 42 Announcement Trailer

by Alex Beanon September 5, 2016
If you fancy yourself to be a future assassin and you also fancy Tokyo, then you might find yourself interested in the trailer for “Tokyo 42”, due out in 2017…

Final Fantasy XV

PAX West: Massive Final Fantasy XV Demo Shown

by Todd Blackon September 4, 2016
At a special panel at PAX West, members of the Final Fantasy XV team took to the stage and showed off a massive demo of the upcoming title. In the live gameplay demo, the main character Noctis and his friends were put on a sidequest, and they played it throughout its fruition. Along the way, […]

PAX West: Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Gameplay Demo

by Todd Blackon September 4, 2016
At PAX West, a new gameplay demo for the upcoming Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 was shown. It showed off much of the game’s fighting gameplay, as well as dropped information about what fans can expect, including creating your own character. As well as having even more customization options, more classic Dragon Ball Z levels to […]

fractured but whole

PAX West: South Park: Fractured But Whole Demo

by Todd Blackon September 4, 2016
The South Park kids are back, but this time, they’re suiting up. In Fractured But Whole, the gang have ditched their fantasy gear and have “become” superheroes. You, as the new kid, have to once again climb the social ladder and try and repair the damage by the “Civil War” that has come from the […]

PAX West: Strafe Demo

by Todd Blackon September 4, 2016
Strafe, an upcoming first-person shooter from Devolver Digital is an homage to the first-person shooter games of old like Doom or Wolfenstein. Much like in those games, there will be plenty of enemies for you to fight, as well as plenty of ways to kill said enemies. Polygon got to talk with lead programmer Stephen Raney and […]

Friday the 13th

PAX West: Friday The 13th Gameplay Demo

by Todd Blackon September 4, 2016
Easily one of the most interesting titles coming out soon is the adaptation of Friday the 13th, the classic horror franchise. What might surprise though is that this is more than just an adaptation, it’s a full on multiplayer game with up to four players trying to survive Jason, who will be played by someone […]
Sonic Mania

PAX West: Sonic Mania Gameplay

by Todd Blackon September 4, 2016
Sonic the Hedgehog is one of the most beloved video game characters of all time, but, his games have been very uneven, especially when it moved to the 3D graphics era. Many believe that at his essence, Sonic is best in 2D, or at least in a 2D viewed setting. For those who believe that, […]