Month: May 2019

E3 2019: Google Stadia — What We Know And Want To See At E3

The way we play games changes by the year, but there’s something particularly special about 2019: the advent of cloud-based streaming. Google is leading the charge with Stadia, which is a hardware-less gaming platform that relegates all graphical processing to remote data centers. Through an internet connection, you’ll be able to stream games directly to

Zelda Spin-Off Cadence Of Hyrule Releasing In June

Nintendo has narrowed down the release window for Cadence of Hyrule, the upcoming Zelda-themed Crypt of the NecroDancer game for Switch. During its recent Indie World 2019 broadcast, the company announced the title will launch sometime in June. On top of confirming its release window, Nintendo showcased roughly a minute of new footage of Cadence

New Digimon Survive Video Reveals Original Anime’s Influences On The Game

Bandai Namco has released a new dev diary for Digimon Survive, an upcoming survival strategy RPG based on the franchise about digital monsters. The video acts as a lead-up to both the game’s release and the upcoming 20th anniversary for the international debut of the original Digimon Adventure anime, recounting the history of Digimon and

Visit the GameSpot Base Station during E3 2019!

E3 2019 is just around the corner and the GameSpot team will be ready to bring you the best coverage and so much more! If you are in Los Angeles from June 11 to June 13 you should stop by our Base Station, located at the Chick Hearn Court, between Staples Center and the Microsoft

Where Is Xur? Destiny 2 Location And Exotic Weapons Guide (May 31-June 4)

Only one weekend remains before Destiny 2 receives its next content drop: Penumbra, the final content addition covered under the game’s Year Two annual pass. June 4 starts the Season of Opulence, the last new content addition before Bungie outlines the “next chapter” of Destiny–and since it’s the weekend, that makes this the last visit

E3 2019: All The Square Enix Games Confirmed (So Far)

E3 2019 is fast approaching, and the biggest publishers are preparing to show off their slates of games for the upcoming year and beyond. Square Enix is holding a press event on Monday, June 10 at 6 PM ET / 9 PM PT. Regular show watchers will recognize that time slot as one that usually

Divinity Original Sin Studio Appears To Tease Baldur’s Gate 3

Larian Studios, the developer behind Divinity: Original Sin and Original Sin 2, has dropped what appears to be a teaser for a new Baldur’s Gate. The official site has updated with a “III” logo, though the stylized lettering isn’t quite unique enough to necessarily identify it as belonging to Baldur’s Gate. As some savvy Twitter

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Adds VR Mode

Nintendo has released the latest Super Smash Bros. Ultimate patch which, much like Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey before it, adds VR support using the Labo VR mode. The Ver. 3.1.0 update for Super #SmashBrosUltimate is available now! Visit the website for the full breakdown on what’s been added. https://t.co/20OyKanIvY pic.twitter.com/De3VhEJeme —

Microsoft Plans To Show 14 First Party Games At E3

Over the years, as Sony and Nintendo have de-emphasized E3 as a show, Microsoft has grown to try and fill that space. Last year’s show was their biggest yet and Microsoft, now the only first party with a stage show at E3, hopes to outdo it with their 2019 show. According to Xbox chief Phil

New Darksiders Game Leaked By E3 Coliseum

It seems that leaking E3 announcements are all the rage today, with the first details of Square Enix’s Avengers title coming out through a description on the E3 Coliseum site. Since people need to be able to schedule when they’re going to see certain things, some announcements are getting leaked out beforehand, and we can