Good news, skateboarding video gamers. The first two Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater video games is making a comeback. It will be two remastered video games, developed by Vicarious Visions, packed into one epic collection called Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 and in glorious high-resolution graphics.
Feeling nostalgic about the 90s? If so, you will dig Pixel Ripped 1995 VR video game. No Time Machine required. The game was first released on Steam last month and it is will be available on PS VR, supposedly today.
The much awaited remake of the 7th installment of the Final Fantasy franchise, Final Fantasy VII Remake was available since April 10. Official words were, combine physical and digital sales have surpassed 3.5 million copies worldwide in just three days. After seeing the gameplay, it is not hard to see why.
At this point, we shouldn’t surprise what kind of theme simulator video game has to offer. I mean, there’s a thief simulator already, what’s else could be more shocking? Unless it is about pushing drug. Oh, wait. You know what? That’s exactly what PlayWay’s latest hit video game is about.
The remake of SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom video game, SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom – Rehydrated official release is set on June 23. Eager fans can secure a copy starting today.
With COVID-19 ravaging the world, usual fun activities that need people to be in close proximity of each other is out of question. But that does mean you should stay away from a good game of Escape Room… in the virtual world.
These days, anything and everything can be made into a simulation game. From playing as Jesus to training to be a burglar to house flipping. The world of video game has it all. Now, even a reality television series like Discovery’s Deadliest Catch has been turned into a simulation game.
Here’s an upcoming simulation video game dedicated to sci-fi fans. Coming from Polish independent game developer/publisher, Polyslash, Mech Mechanic Simulator puts you in the role as a, well, mechanic of giant mechs.
Regardless of how bad we think the Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace was, we have to admit that there was one thing good that came out of it and that was Podracing. Speaking of Podracing… the racing video game based on the podracing sequence from the 90s is making a comeback.
Good news, fans of Evangelion! Not only there’s going to be an official Evangelion mobile game, dubbed Evangelion Battlefields, there will be some pretty sweet companion hardware for the game from Takara Tomy Arts.