Mighty No. 9 Delayed Again
It looks like Mighty No. 9 has been delayed yet again. In a new update to the game’s Kickstarter page.
Super Podcast Action Committee - Episode 174
On this week’s show, hosts Andrew Eisen and E. Zachary Knight discuss Mortal Kombat XL preorder complications, Nintendo NX rumors, and more
People are already modding Street Fighter 5
Street Fighter 5 isn't out until February, but that hasn't stopped intrepid tinkerers from modding the game.
Starbreeze to open VR arcade hall in LA
Starbreeze will build on its virtual reality operations by opening an arcade venue in Los Angeles, allowing members of the public to sample VR experiences developed by the Swedish studio and third party developers.
Report: Global eSports revenue grew over 67% to hit $325M in 2015
Market research firm Newzoo reports roughly $325 million was generated by eSports worldwide last year.
Things That Will Definitely Happen in Games in 2016 (Maybe)
Read on to see what our editors believe will happen in 2016. And is there anything you're certain will happen this year? Let us know in the comments below!
Splatoon Makes A Splash In Japanese eSports
Japanese players embraced Nintendo’s colorful, team-based squid shooter Splatoon with open arms (or tentacles) in 2015.
Super Bowl Commercial Shows Pokemon Would Look Amazing In Real Life.
Up until the very end of this commercial, the entire thing comes across as a Nike ad—not something about Pokémon. That’s just how fierce it is.
Far Cry Primal and Rise of the Tomb Raider will use the Denuvo anti-tampering system
The PC releases of both Far Cry Primal and Rise of the Tomb Raider will make use of the controversial Denuvo anti-tampering software.
Google might be gearing up to challenge Samsung and Oculus with VR hardware
With a few fully featured virtual reality headsets coming out in the first half of 2016, it looks as if Google may be getting ready to move beyond its cardboard DIY approach.
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