My first weekend with Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

From Software, a company best known for the Dark Souls trilogy, released their newest title Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice on 22nd March. Of course, being a fan of the company and having played all the previous titles I had to pick up a copy on launch and test my skills in 1500s Japan. Would I have the skills required to become the best Shinobi in … Continue reading My first weekend with Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice launch trailer boasts boss fight galore

A launch trailer for the upcoming Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice has been released showcasing more of the games’ highly anticipated grapple hook action and a few unseen boss fights. The following trailer includes some spoilers for some previously unrevealed boss fights so if you’re wanting to avoid spoilers then you might want to miss this one. The trailer features a myriad of locations and enemies … Continue reading Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice launch trailer boasts boss fight galore

Niantic introduces lunchtime raids to Pokémon Go

In our modern, primarily civilised world some folks just don’t have the time to group together and complete those legendary Pokémon raids thanks to the need to work, earn money and survive. Fortunately, Niantic has heard your conflict of time cries and have found the solution. Starting this Wednesday, Niantic shall be testing a new event dubbed ‘The Legendary Lunch Hour’, where legendary Pokémon raids … Continue reading Niantic introduces lunchtime raids to Pokémon Go

How will Nintendo’s Labo VR fit into the market?

Remember Nintendo Labo? It was that bizarre yet intriguingly creative product for children and the young at heart to combine their Switch with cardboard and play a few games. The idea seemed like it was going to be a huge hit at the time, but it instead fell by the wayside a few months after launch with just over one million kits sold by the … Continue reading How will Nintendo’s Labo VR fit into the market?

Inside Xbox 2019 – Our hopes and predictions

We’re just over a day away from the hour-long Inside Xbox livestream happening at 10pm tomorrow evening. So, what’s on and what could we potentially see? So far, we know we’re getting some “exciting” news on Halo: The Master Chief Collection, along with news on DayZ, One Piece World Seeker and Game Pass. Since this announcement on the 6th of March, the main focus has … Continue reading Inside Xbox 2019 – Our hopes and predictions

Vacation Simulator books a summer release date

Owlchemy Labs has confirmed the release date of Vacation Simulator after over a year since its initial reveal. From the minds behind the award-winning Job Simulator and Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality comes Vacation Simulator, a seemingly similarly paced VR title with four holiday locations to explore and relax in: a forest, beach, resort and mountain. A new trailer for the game was also released … Continue reading Vacation Simulator books a summer release date