Month: July 2019

Mario Maker 2 Switch Sales Off To An Impressive Start

Nintendo has released its earnings report for the first quarter of the fiscal year 2019, which covers the period from April to June 30. Not only did the company move another 2.13 million Switch consoles worldwide during that time frame, bringing the system’s lifetime total close to 37 million, it also launched one of the

Destiny 2 Solstice Of Heroes Guide: Upgrading Armor, EAZ Tips

Solstice of Heroes 2019 is live in Destiny 2, marking the final big event to take place before the Shadowkeep expansion arrives in September. This year’s event again centers around obtaining and upgrading a series of Solstice armor for Titans, Hunters, and Warlocks, but it also involves partaking in a brand-new mode called the European

XCOM Spiritual Successor Phoenix Point Has Been Delayed

Snapshot Games has announced that Phoenix Point has been delayed. Instead of releasing on September 3, the XCOM-like strategy game is now scheduled to launch in December. “While the development team is working hard, and Phoenix Point is shaping up really well, we now know we’re going to need more time to get it to

Division 2 Update Makes Episode 1 Available To All

We were introduced to The Division 2’s new Expeditions feature during Ubsioft’s E3 2019 press conference. The first of a three-part episode series, titled Episode 1: DC Outskirts – Expeditions, went live last week for those who own a Year One Pass. Now, Ubisoft has announced that Episode 1 is available to all The Division

New Fortnite Season 10 Teaser Image Hints At Another Returning Skin

Season 10 of Fortnite: Battle Royale is fast approaching. The new season kicks off this Thursday, August 1, and in the lead up to it, developer Epic Games has been sharing cryptic images that seem to tease that some older content will be returning to the game. The studio has now released the third Season

Another Nintendo Switch Game Gets VR Support

If you happen to own Nintendo’s new VR Kit, Captain Toad has an adventure for you. Nintendo Europe has announced that Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker has a free software update which uses the virtual reality goggles–and it’s available now. Captain Toad’s new mini VR adventure lets you view courses in 360 degrees and explore four

New Xbox One Games With Gold For August 2019 Announced

A new month means new free games for Xbox Live Gold members, who can claim two Xbox One and two Xbox 360 games (which are backward-compatible with Xbox One) as part of Games With Gold. August’s free games have finally been revealed, and it’s a solid batch of games for Xbox owners this month. The

Obsidian RPG The Outer Worlds Coming To Nintendo Switch Too

Obsidian’s RPG The Outer Worlds is coming relatively soon, but if you can wait a little while longer you’ll be able to play it on the go. The studio announced that it will be bringing the game to Nintendo Switch sometime following its launch on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. A brief video with senior

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Hero DLC Release Date Confirmed

As promised, Nintendo shared a load of new details about Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’s next DLC character, the Hero from Dragon Quest, during today’s special video presentation. Not only did game director Masahiro Sakurai give us a detailed look at the Hero’s moves, he confirmed when the DLC fighter will go live, and it’s very