Apple Arcade Arrives

Apple is gearing up to enter the new warfront: the gaming world. With Google's recent announcement that they are entering the industry, Apple has thrown its own hat into the the ring with the announcement of Apple Arcade. Although Apple has always had games on its App Store, this is Apple's first real acknowledgement that... Continue Reading →

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Thoughts on Google Stadia

The pretentious name aside, Google has given the world a glimpse at Google Stadia, their entry into the gaming world, and of course, Google are doing it in a way only Google know how. Before we go any further though, let's take a look at exactly what Stadia is. Take it away, internet search services...... Continue Reading →

Nintendo to Open Tokyo Store

Nintendo has announced they are opening their first officially-operated store at PARCO in the Shibuya district of Tokyo. The plans announced on their Japanese website, will allow the store to host events, sell merchandise, and or course, games consoles and software. The move by Nintendo could be part of a larger plan to become an... Continue Reading →

Nintendo Switch 2 Isn’t Happening

Nintendo President, Shuntaro Furukawa, has confirmed that the company is not working on an update to the Nintendo Switch. The handheld system has been praised for its versatility and game selection, and recently beat back rivals Sony and Xbox in the war for Christmas supremacy. However, fans have been clamouring for an update to the... Continue Reading →

The Sega Phoenix

The Console That Came Back I want to take you on a trip of the imagination, we don't really need anything special to go on this trip, just an open mind and the ability to imagine. The Sega Dreamcast. The last charge of a once-great gaming company. It's March 31, 2001, and shockwaves have been... Continue Reading →

The Completely Digital Console

The idea that gaming will become a digital-only medium has circulated amongst the industry for years. There was once a very good argument that brick and mortar stores, along with online retailers like Amazon, supported too much of the industry's console hardware sales to be wiped out by removing physical games from their shelves. With... Continue Reading →

SNES Get Ready to Rumble!

Data-miner Reveals Possible Influx of SNES Games to Nintendo Online Service Nintendo fans may be getting more than they can handle on the handheld-home console hybrid with the addition of Super Nintendo games data being present in the files for the Nintendo Switch Online service. The service, which launched last September, has seen a steady... Continue Reading →

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