It’ll be interesting to see, considering that Spike TV and GTTV usually team-up for the yearly E3 convention. Seems that this year has been a pretty tough year as Rev3, The official Xbox Magazine, and a few other top outlets have “gone out of business”.
If this is indeed true, the question is then: Who has purchased them?
A relative newcomer to the video game market, Craftshop Arts Inc, has launched their first console title, Mad Streets, on XBox consoles. The game takes place on the campus of Gutsford University, where everyone’s studying for their degree in brutality. Enemies to watch out for belong to various cliques like
We’ve been (im)patiently waiting for developer Shedworks’ Sable since it was first announced way back in 2018. There are so many games out there, with so many styles, that calling something a “unique look” really means something. Sable, somehow, meets 2021 standards of unique. Its spare cel-shaded visuals are rendered
There’s a new roguelite platformer, Scourgebringer, that just arrived on Playstation 4 and Vita…yes, we said Vita. You might have heard Sony had plans to shut down the digital market, but they changed their mind a week later. They probably held off the handheld’s execution date so this specific game
Approximately three weeks ago, Sony made the announcement that it was shutting down their digital marketplace for Playstation 3, Playstation Vits and PSP games this summer. PSP was to go down July 2, and PS3 and Vita would have their plugs pulled August 27. Any games purchased prior to that