Google is shutting down its internal studios for Stadia. This does not mean that Stadia is gone, but it will now be working with third-party publishers to produce games. Let’s breakdown Google’s message on the matter and what this means for the future of Stadia. A Quick Rundown of Stadia Stadia is a cloud gaming… Continue reading What the Closure of Google Stadia’s Internal Studio Means for the Service
Recently, Stardew Valley developer ConcernedApe dropped patch 1.5 for PC users. A few months ago, we published an article speculating on the patch and what it would hold. It turns out that patch 1.5 is a lot bigger than we anticipated and is absolutely bursting with new content. Unfortunately, patch 1.5 is only available for… Continue reading Stardew Valley Patch 1.5 Out for PC Scheduled Soon For Other Platforms
Voting also begins today for the Steam Awards As of December 22nd, at 1pm EST, the Steam Winter Sale is ready to roll. On top of that, the 2020 Steam Awards are now open to voting. As always, huge savings are inbound. The sale lasts until January 5th at 1pm EST. The summer sale was… Continue reading The Steam Winter Sale Started Yesterday!
Until the remake of Demon’s Souls comes out for PC, or if by some miracle Elden Ring drops next week, I’ll be stuck with the original Dark Souls trilogy. I’m not complaining, though. I recently got all the achievements for the whole trilogy. Here’s my take on why Dark Souls III is the best of… Continue reading Dark Souls III: The Best Game in The Souls Trilogy
Doom Eternal fans were not pleased recently when iD Software, the creator of the game, released a patch recently that installed Denuvo’s Anti-Cheating software on players’ PCs. The anti-cheat software has root level driver access to PCs it is installed on and has been linked to a number of bugs, performance issues and even ruined… Continue reading iD Software Removing Denuvo Anti-Cheat from PC Version After Backlash
After Final Fantasy XIII I must confess that I boycotted the series. Sakaguchi’s departure left a void that remained unfilled a decade after his last game at Squaresoft; FFX. I bought FFXV at a bargain sale of used games for 9.99, meaning that my Boycott technically still stands as Square didn’t make a dime on… Continue reading Final Fantasy XV (PS4) Review