All texts by Eirik Hyldbakk Furu
Seems like we'll see both Modern Warfare II, Treyarch's next game, and a new Warzone before the franchise might say goodbye to Sony.
Seems like it'll make people from our world enter a fantasy setting...Square Enix's Forspoken just got some competition.
The famous actor confirms he's bringing a beloved video game franchise to the big screen and that it'll be revealed later this year.
We're not just getting the sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, but also FPS and strategy games.
Will you be enjoying it with ray-tracing, 60 fps or 4K on PlayStation 5?
Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer delivers his clearest statement on the matter yet.
The Anniversary Edition of the first game has suddenly appeared on Microsoft's store.
And confirms that elements of the game's Left Behind expansion will be included in the series.
Techland promises to support the anticipated sequel for a very long time after launch.
Sony is asking retailers to stop selling subscriptions by January 21 and tries to keep its open secret with another official excuse.
Techland is just asking for trouble with its latest comment.
Eirik has grown tired of developers having to apologise or change something as soon as they even touch Christians, Jews, Muslims and other religious people and aspects.
Rare's beloved Nintendo 64 game is finally making its way to other consoles, and it includes some cool Achievements.
Be seeing you much later...
Well... at least it includes some nice Easter Eggs and references...
The developers sure seem interested in it, and a Psychonauts 3 isn't out of the question either.
It took nine months, but we can't complain.
Epic Games will be giving away one game each day until 2022.
A new trailer highlights the DualSense's haptic feedback and adaptive triggers, as well as pretty graphics.
Aloy will have to face each creature when the game launches in February.
The series will go back to the basics, but also deliver top-tier graphics and modern improvements.
The game is getting its biggest paid expansion yet, but both it and Assassin's Creed Odyssey are getting more free content tomorrow when Eivor and Kassandra team up.
With the show set to kick off in less than 24 hours, we've pulled together a list of what we know and hope will be making an appearance.
We're getting new music from the famous producer/rapper and Snoop Dogg, new vehicles, more weapons and a few other goodies next week.
Nick Offerman will actually get the role many envisioned for him in the first place.
Playdead is still searching for more developers, which means we get another tease.
Would you kindly bring a warm coat to the lighthouse and girl in 2022?
The Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse sequel will have a variety of different art styles, Spider-Man 2099, new friends and more.
Very trustworthy sources claim Sony will fuse PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now, as well as add some other minor benefits.
Is seemingly in the final negotiations with EA and Bioware, so we hope Mr. Cavill is ready.
The latest Marvel show is at its best when it doesn't try to be a part of the MCU, but instead does something new.
But what about MultiVersus?
Playground can now boast about having the biggest launch in Xbox history. Your move, Halo Infinite.
Binge keeps on growing with both this, Driver, System Shock and more.
At least we got a new trailer...
Warner Bros. is teasing an upcoming announcement.
Volition needs six more months to revive the franchise, so Elden Ring, Horizon Forbidden West and crew got more breathing space.
Square Enix' version won't look like the one in Insomniac's games.
Geoff Keighley promises to show off 10+ secret games, even more trailers from stuff we already know about, several things that show the power of PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series, and more.
Konami needs to renew some licenses, and would it do that unless a remake and remasters are on the way?
Bioware celebrates N7 Day by giving us what might be several clues to the game's story.
The new hero will be coming to the PlayStation version only.
Sledgehammer Games' latest instalment into the long-running shooter series offers up some great improvements, but still feels a bit safe at its core.
At least according to Square Enix, who once again says that Crystal Dynamic's Marvel game has been a massive disappointment in terms of sales.
Say goodbye to XP boost and easy Fragments gathering.
Seems like "2022 at the earliest" was very telling.
We're finally allowed to say.
Netflix wasn't kidding when we were told the upcoming season will have a lot higher budget and more of everything we liked the first time around.
But which is it?
It's a great game that's even better than the movies with an amazing story, fun combat and tons of fan-service, but serious technical issues and repetition lessen some of the fun.