We round up where we think PC and Console gaming is going for 2019… Xbox – Tech and Games Will the new studio acquisitions affect the next Xbox console? In 2018, Microsoft announced seven new studios to build out their first party portfolio. With studios like Undead Labs, Playground Games and Obsidian Entertainment joining the fold, Microsoft has new challenges to tackle when embarking … Continue reading 2019 – Our big Games, Console and PC Predictions
What to expect from Xbox developers in 2019? This is a huge year for Microsoft and Xbox in gaming, and there is a lot to look forward to, games and console wise. The first of these is Fable 4. This is a name we thought might not see the light of day again. After previous developers Lionhead Studios closed, we thought that would be the … Continue reading Most anticipated developers of 2019.
We at Square Peg Gamers always get excited this time of year, all the new winter events from developers with brand new festive skins, exciting game modes and other unique twists really help us back into games of seasons past. We will be looking at the winter events that make us feel the most festive for 2018. Although lots of games have winter events, we … Continue reading Gaming’s best Christmas events
When Sonic Racing Transformed released in 2012, it was the biggest shake-up in kart racing since double karts in Double Dash. In 2003, Nintendo introduced the mechanic in their sequel; Mario Kart: Double Dash, allowing players to double up on karts and power-ups, creating more varied races and player options. Sonic Transformed brought boats and planes to the party, with tracks changing from lap to … Continue reading Why Crash Kart deserves more than a remaster
Release Date: December 4th 2018 Available on: PlayStation 4 and PS Vita It was getting late in the streets of Shibuya. I, the leader of the phantom thieves was waiting for a dear friend. We had just gained intelligence of a secret ploy to expose students of Shujin Academy to ridicule and hatred. As I turned to my left, there he was, my best friend … Continue reading Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight Review
Storm chasers have not been particularly well catered for in games. Weather systems have been a feature in games for at least 20 years, with 1994’s Donkey Kong Country coming to mind. Past implementations leave a lot to be desired, with most genres focusing on the visual effect more than any gameplay changes a weather system could bring. Technology moving forward at such a rapid … Continue reading Just Cause 4 Preview – Fun Physics Galore
Neeko is the name of League of Legends’ newest champion, described by Riot Games as “A shape-shifter from a long-lost tribe of Vastaya.” Announced a week ago, she has finally made her way to the test server of the Rift and settled somewhat comfortably. Typically a champion takes a while to find their place within the team composition but Neeko has an entirely unique move … Continue reading League of Legends’ newest champion Neeko: Not what she appears to be