It’s been a staring content between Sony and Microsoft for months now, but with the leak of the Series S over the weekend, Microsoft decided to pull back the curtain and reveal the launch date and price for the Xbox Series S and Series X.
- Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity Stealth Drops
- Super Mario 3D All-Stars Gets a Release Date
- And Other Mario 35th Anniversary Info
- Minecraft is Coming to PSVR
- Rise of the Triad is Getting a Remaster in 2021
- You Can Now Play Doom On a Pregnancy Test
What We’re Playing
Colby: Drake’s Hollow, daBlob
Cliff: Yooka-Laylee, Tell Me Why
Dylan: Spellbreak, Fortnite, Artifact 2.0 Beta, Fall Guys
Vinny: Why do Games as a Service get the amount of hate they do? Is it only critically that they receive the hate? Games as a Service games that are just launching seem to always face the issue of ‘it’s not a complete game’, even with knowing they plan to support it for years to come. Avengers got this treatment. Anthem proved that statement. Should we always judge Games as a Service like an Anthem, or should we expect Games as a Service to become like a Destiny?
Megan: I was bs’ing with my brother, and we were discussing how the rise of Marvel movies turned a previously nerdy niche into mainstream pop culture. What nerdy thing do you love and would you like to see have this kind of rise?
Charisma_Icon: What do you like in a good egg scramble?
Wepaman: What goodie would make you buy the collector’s edition of a game? Like a working Batarang?
Princess_mansocks: What is your favorite Funko pop figure?
Epic Games Store
- Railway Empire
In Railway Empire, you will create an elaborate and wide-ranging rail network, purchase over 40 different trains modeled in extraordinary detail, and buy or build railway stations, factories and attractions to keep your network ahead of the competition.
- Where the Water Tastes Like Wine
Where the Water Tastes Like Wine is a Narrative-Adventure game about traveling, sharing stories, and surviving manifest destiny. Players wander across a folkloric Depression-era United States at their own pace, meeting strangers with their own stories to tell.