Kids get bored with toys fairly quickly. That is an inevitable fact that LEGO prefer not to happen and hence, the LEGO AR Playgrounds iOS App. AR here is, of course, augmented reality. Leveraging on Apple’s ARKit technology to detect a real physical LEGO set, bringing it to life with special effects, animations, and interactive games. I foresee kids will get all ga-ga over this because, the entire thing will be played in a familiar place like the living or room while incorporating their very own LEGO set they own. I know I will for sure, except that I am not a huge fan of Ninjago. Continue reading LEGO Extends Playability Of Its LEGO Sets With Augmented Reality
Command & Conquer first started in 1995 by the now defunct Westwood Studios can be described as the defining game of the real-time strategy (RTS) genre. Its existence never fade through the years, or at least not until 2012. In an age where mobile gaming is where the money is, it is a surprise that EA-owned Command & Conquer did not hop on the mobile gaming bandwagon. Wait. Actually, it did. EA did bring Command & Conquer: Red Alert to iOS in 2009, but it was not available to all regions. That changes today with the release of Command & Conquer: Rivals. Continue reading Command & Conquer: Rivals Officially Available Now For Android And iOS
Since after 2000, simulation video games have moved past traditional domains like airplanes, boats, cars, and population management. There are all sort of simulators today, ranging from training to be a doctor to flipping houses to putting yourself in the cloven hoofs of a goat that basically go around head butting unsuspecting people and spoiling backyard parties. Continue reading I Can’t Believe There Is A Simulator That Lets You Take On The Role Of A Thief
Are you surprise at all that Warner Bros., TT Games, and the LEGO Group has announced The LEGO Movie 2 video game? It shouldn’t really and yeah, the The LEGO Movie 2 Video Game is coming. As before, it is LEGO’s own licensed tie-in game to its own license tie-in movie. We do not when it will come onto the markets, but we do know it will be available in 2019 and on several platforms, include Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4, Xbox One, Xbox One X, as well as PC. Continue reading The LEGO Movie 2 Video Game Announced Because, Why Not?
This is it. The biggest Battle Royale video game of 2017/18, PUGB, is finally making its way to Playstation 4. PlayerUnknown’s Battleground will be available starting December 7. If you have been living under the rock, deep in the Mariana Trench, here’s what you need to know about this highly addictive shooter video game by Bluehole and PUBG Corporation: Continue reading PUBG Arrives To PS4 On December 7, Pre-order Now To Get Bonus Goodies
This is 2018 and yet, I still can’t believe Sharknado already had 6 movies to its name. Six! Imagine that. If you have not watch any of the Sharknado flick already, all I can say is, they are super cheesy and over-the-top shark action movies with terrible CGI. But for some reasons, it has risen to cult status and hence, the number of sequels. However unbelievable it is, nothing beats what you are about to learn: Sharknado has a VR video game too. Continue reading Holy Smoke! There Is A Sharknado VR Video Game Now?
Game bundle is not new, but what’s new is how much game bundle can cost. You must be thinking: “how expensive can a video game with bunch of other items can get right?” Well, let me tell you this: the new reality is, it can get very, very expensive. So expensive that I would even brand it ‘exorbitant’ and this ‘exorbitant’ honor now goes to Capcom’s “Ultra Limited Edition” Devil May Cry 5 Dante Bundle. And how much is that? It is not under 100 for sure. Continue reading Upcoming Devil May Cry 5 Has The Most Exorbitantly Priced Bundles
Thanks to Pokémon Go, gamers realized that Pokémon is a game best played everywhere. However, that does not stop Nintendo from riding on the still-hot Pokémon hype and go back to its RPG root with Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Let’s Go, Eevee!. Similarly, that did stop it from doling out a Nintendo Switch Pikachu & Eevee Edition with Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! (or Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee!) + Poké Ball Plus. So, if you haven’t got yourself a Nintendo Switch and you happen to be a huge fan of Pokémon, this may be a good time to dive into the world of Nintendo Switch. Continue reading Nintendo Announced Special Edition Pokémon: Let’s Go Switch Console
When an iconic video game gets a new sequel fit for modern day consoles, you know it calls for a retro game controller to be introduced. Such is what Nintendo is doing with its upcoming video game Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. This much anticipated video game is set to hit the stores starting December 7, 2018 and along with it is a Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Limited Edition which will come with a copy of the game, a Nintendo GameCube Controller Super Smash Bros. Edition and a Nintendo GameCube Controller adapter, so it could be use on the Switch console. Continue reading Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Limited Edition Will Come With A GameCube Game Controller
Sony still has the rights to Spider-Man and so, it is really no surprise that the electronics/entertainment giant is eager to promote Insomniac Games upcoming Spider-Man video game with a hardware/game bundle. The announcement was posted today (or yesterday, depending on where you are) on Playstation official blog. The Limited Edition Marvel’s Spider-Man PS4 Pro Bundle will be launching alongside the video game which will be out on September 7, 2018. Continue reading Sony Announces Limited Edition Spider-Man PS4 Pro Bundle