Monthly Archives: May 2019

Grand Summoners Interview: Producer Masayuki Yamagishi Talks Design Goals, Dream Crossovers

We got the chance to talk with Grand Summoners producer Masayuki Yamagishi about his thoughts regarding the title’s performance, growth and inspirations. Article source:

Blood: Fresh Supply (PC) Review

It may be over 20-years-old, but Blood has aged nicely into a gory red wine that remains highly replayable to this day Article source:

One Piece: World Seeker First DLC Info and Screenshots revealed

Bandia Namco has released new screenshots and info about ONE PIECE WORLD SEEKER’s first DLC: Episode 1: The Void Mirror Prototype – featuring Roronoa Zoro as a new playable character. Article source:

RAD Launch Date Revealed along with new Screenshots

Bandai Namco has revealed that RAD, their 3D action rogue-like game developed in partnership with Double Fine Productions, will launch on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC Digital on 20th August 2019. Article source:

XERA Survival Coming This Week To Early Access

Spotted Kiwi Interactive on May 24th will launch XERA Survival a multiplayer looter shooter into early access on Steam. Article source:

George R.R. Martin Teases New Game That Could Be Developed By From Software

Correction: this story originally incorrectly stated that From Software’s rumored new title could be a Game of Thrones game. Martin himself has only confirmed that he did some “consulting” work for a new game developed in Japan. What’s more, the rumor is that Martin is working with From Software on a new video game project […]

Game Of Thrones TV Show Ending Might Not Be Same As The Book, GRRM Says

The Game of Thrones series finale, “The Iron Throne,” aired on Sunday and it was divisive. Not everyone enjoyed how writers/showrunners D.B. Weiss and David Benioff wrapped things up for the show that began back in 2011. The book series on which the show is based, George R.R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire,” […]

Please Don’t Spoil Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, Tarantino Says

Quentin Tarantino’s ninth movie, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, is premiering this week at the Cannes Film Festival in France. Tarantino is now speaking up to urge those fortunate enough to see it early to keep their lips shut so as to preserve the “journey of discovering a story for the first time.” The […]

PS5 Will Offer “Transformative” Gaming Experiences; Faster Load Times Shown Off In New Video

Sony has again provided some new details on its next-generation console. As part of Sony’s Corporate Strategy Meeting today, the company discussed at a high level what it hopes to achieve in the future across its various business units, including PlayStation. The two keywords for PlayStation going forward are “immersive” and “seamless,” Sony said. Concerning […]

Bran’s Ending In Game Of Thrones’ Finale Might Make More Sense In The Books

Game of Thrones Season 8 is over, for better or worse. The finale made some pretty unexpected moves, perhaps most of all placing Bran on the throne (well, a throne, not the Throne). How the show reached that point, and what it all means, is a topic we could (and honestly will) debate for years […]