Monthly Archives: September 2019

Borderlands 3 Review Fun Vaults with Some New Faults | Wccftech

Jackhass16h ago They’re more creative than in BL2, but yeah, their difficulty is all over the place and some of them are downright annoying. Article source:

The Top Five: The Emotional Ones

BY GRANT TAYLOR: Once in a while, a game will come along that we connect with on a much deeper level than usual. We’ll transcend the standard playthrough affair where we’re crossing the Ts and dotting the Is, and we’ll form an association with the characters or the story. I’m proud to say that I’ve […]

Borderlands 3 Bloody Harvest

From GameWatcher: “Borderlands 3 is out now, and it’s choc-full of all manner of wonderful quests, secrets, and loot to keep players happy for weeks – but that’s not enough! The first big event for the game has been revealed, and it’ll be a spooky event called Borderlands 3 Bloody Harvest.” Article source:

6 Things to Do After Beating Link’s Awakening (Post Game/ End Game)

Greysun writes: “Even after the rolling the credits in Link’s Awakening, you’ll have plenty of other stuff to take care of.” Article source:

Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth: Complete Edition’s Battle System Detailed in New Trailer

Bandai Namco has today released a new trailer for its upcoming Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth: Complete Edition, this time showcasing the battle system. Article source:

NBA 2K20’s MyCareer Mode Acquires A Social Conscience

NBA 2K20’s MyCareer story mode goes for something a little more real and a little less escapist. Narratively, it’s only partially successful; your character’s ethical code doesn’t gel with the materialistic wish fulfillment at the heart of the franchise. An upside to the more serious tone is that none of the characters are deliberately obnoxious. […]

How To Share Save Data Between Switch And Switch Lite

The Nintendo Switch family has grown with the release of the Switch Lite, a more compact and affordable version of Nintendo’s hybrid console. While there’s little reason to pick one up if you already own a standard Switch, if you’re anything like us, you may find it hard to resist the lure of a new […]

Oxenfree Dev’s New Game, Afterparty, Is Coming Out Next Month

Night School Studio, the developer behind the much-beloved choice-driven adventure game Oxenfree, has provided a release date for its next game, Afterparty. Just in time for Halloween, the comical adventure game about two friends barhopping across hell will release on October 29. Much like Oxenfree, Afterparty is a story-driven game decided by player choice. As […]

New Dauntless Aether Strikers Weapons Preview Brings New Combos, Techniques, and More

In a blog post today, a seventh new weapon for Dauntless, dubbed Aether Strikers, was previewed bringing with it new combos, new techniques, and more. There are three basic combos that feed the mantas of the Dauntless Aether Strikers:  Focused Assault, Spirit Barrage, and Mighty Squall. Completing a combo sees a timer and two special […]

Skullgirls Studio’s Upcoming Anime-Like RPG Gets A Kill La Kill-Looking Trailer

Lab Zero Games, the studio behind Skullgirls, has released the full intro cinematic for its upcoming action-RPG Indivisible. The intro, which is animated by Studio Trigger, details some of the major events from the opening arc of Indivisible’s story, so don’t watch it if you want to go into the game completely unspoiled. That said, […]