Monthly Archives: March 2020

Terraria Hits A Huge Sales Milestone And Celebrates With A Sale

Terraria, the 2D construction game that first released in 2011, has just hit a major sales milestone. According to the game’s website, Terraria has now sold 30 million copies across PC, consoles, and mobile, with the majority of those sales being on PC. The game has sold 14 million units on PC, 7.6 on consoles, […]

Rockstar Games To Donate Revenue From GTA Online And Red Dead Online To COVID-19 Relief

The official Rockstar Games Twitter account has announced that they will be donating 5% of all revenue from purchases made in GTA Online and Red Dead Online, the online modes for Grand Theft Auto V and Read Dead Redemption 2 respectively. The funds will be used to help local communities and businesses who have been […]

Baby Driver Director To Adapt Book About 90s-Obsessed Robot Dentist

Edgar Wright (Baby Driver, Hot Fuzz, Scott Pilgrim vs The World) has been attached to direct an adaptation of the upcoming novel Set My Heart To Five. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the book and film will be about a robot learning how to love, and the script will be adapted by the book’s author, […]

Mount and Blade II Third Most Played Game on Steam Right Now

Poorna Shankar A highly opinionated avid PC gamer, Poorna blindly panics with his friends in various multiplayer games, much to the detriment of his team. Constantly questioning industry practices and a passion for technological progress drive his love for the video game industry. He pulls no punches and tells it like he sees it. He […]

Pokemon Go Will Let You Interact With Gyms From Farther Away

With social distancing measures in place in many parts of the world due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Pokemon Go developer Niantic has been making numerous tweaks to make the game easier to play. The studio will soon allow players to participate in Raid Battles from home, but before that option rolls out, it is temporarily […]

The Complex releases on Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC

Neil writes: “Live-action, full motion video gaming is nothing new, but it has only really been in the last few years where we’ve seen a bit of an explosion in terms of the FMV genre. Much of that has been down to the brilliance of Wales Interactive. Following on from their previous titles like Late […]

Ilysia is an Epic Fantasy VR MMO in Development for PSVR, PCVR, and Oculus Quest

Pure PSVR: Team21 has come out swinging with a couple of trailers for its in-development VR MMO RPG, Ilysia. Article source: http://n4g.com/news/2335723/ilysia-is-an-epic-fantasy-vr-mmo-in-development-for-psvr-pcvr-and-oculus-quest

Panzer Dragoon Remake Nintendo Switch Review

Now available on Nintendo Switch, It is high time to know if this Panzer Dragoon Remake is worth playing or not. Article source: http://n4g.com/news/2335724/panzer-dragoon-remake-nintendo-switch-review-thm-magazine

How to Time Travel in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

KeenGamer: “Want to know how to time travel in Animal Crossing: New Horizons? This quick guide will tell you how to do just that. Make the most of Animal Crossing time travel to speed up the downside of the game’s real-time world, quickening the building of your island paradise.” Article source: http://n4g.com/news/2335795/how-to-time-travel-in-animal-crossing-new-horizons

Indivisible Will Get New Game Plus And Co-Op This Week (For Free)

In a blog post, Lab Zero announced that a new free update is coming to Indivisible, the developer’s metroidvania-inspired action platformer, on April 2. The update will add two new modes to Indivisible: new game plus and couch co-op. Once you’ve completed Indivisible’s campaign at least once, NG+ allows you to replay the story from […]