The First Official Details For The Next PlayStation Console

  For the last couple of years, gamers everywhere have wondered what the next generation of console gaming would be like. Answers have kind-of, sort of eked out, with Miccrosoft’s focus on subscription models offering an idea of where its philosophy for the future lay, while Google and Apple have announced plans to enter the gaming space …

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Death Stranding Could Be On Both PlayStation 4 And The Next PlayStation

Wired put up a massive story today that revealed details about the next generation of PlayStation hardware. While there was essentially no news about software or what sort of titles we will see in the future of the device, an interesting tidbit from Mark Cerny about Death Stranding does rear its head near the bottom of …

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Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order Release Date & Cover Art

Nintendo and developer Team Ninja have announced that the Marvel Ultimate Alliance series returns with Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order on July 14 (exclusively to the Switch), bringing with it the co-op action that made the series a hit 10 years ago. The Black Order features four-player co-op play online and off (and solo …

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New Nintendo Switch Firmware Lets You Sort Games And Transfer Saves

Nintendo has released a new Nintendo Switch update today, numbering 8.0.0, which adds a couple of new features to the hybrid console. Previous updates added things that run the gamut from digital game sharing to mining Twitter and Facebook friends lists and the 8.0.0 update is a little closer to the latter than the former. The …

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Report: Apple Spending $500 Million On Apple Arcade Initiative

A few weeks ago, Apple announced a new subscription service for their mobile devices. Dubbed Apple Arcade, the service aimed to cultivate, provide, and promote paid software that tends to disappear within the avalanche of software on the app store. During the reveal event, Apple suggested they would be investing into the service with their own …

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