Another week means another Weekly News Wrap-Up. As I prepare for this weekly post, going through all of the news articles of the week on various websites allows me to keep up-to-date on the happenings in the video game world. There’s certainly a lot… Continue Reading “Weekly News Wrap-Up: March 13th Edition”
Welcome to March, everyone. We are drawing ever closer to the spring season and reaching the end of the first quarter of 2021. I’ve covered Valheim the past couple of weeks in the weekly wrap-up so I won’t include the game as one of… Continue Reading “Weekly News Wrap-Up: March 6th Edition”
As you read this, I hope that all of you are safe and healthy. This is the debut of a new weekly feature on the website that will spotlight video gaming news for the week each Saturday. I will reference five stories that I… Continue Reading “Gaming News Wrap-Up: January 9th Edition”
If you look at the statistics on the highest selling video game platforms, Nintendo Switch and Playstation 4 currently the lead the way. Since the Switch’s release, the system has been on fire when it comes to sales. I view the Switch as the next evolution of the Wii U as Nintendo took the beginning of the console/handheld hybrid system they began with the Wii U and brought it to completion with the Switch. The result is an amazing system that you can play at home or on the go with an ever expanding library that includes new releases, exclusive remasters/re-releases and a host of indie titles. The Playstation 4, on the other hand has remained the favorite in the Sony versus Microsoft battle. But there is something that Microsoft is doing that both Nintendo and Sony haven’t come close to implementing or trying.
The Microsoft Xbox Game Pass is a revolutionary service in the world of gaming. You can either subscribe to it on the Xbox One or PC platform with an option to also combine both platforms in an “Ultimate” package.