It’s odd—Nintendo gets a lot of flak for creating more “childish” or “casual” games than its contemporaries Sony and Microsoft, and yet, its games have some of the most dedicated communities in all of eSports. The Smash and Splatoon franchises in particular have thousands of gamers playing competitive matches everyday. Nintendo is looking to turn
If you’re a fan of playing retro video games, chances are that you’ve experienced some titles on an emulator, or at least considered using emulation. Emulation software provides an easy way to play games that aren’t otherwise accessible. Compared to playing on original hardware, emulation come with some benefits as well as a few drawbacks.
You can earn boatloads of money, but it’s useless if you don’t know what to do with it. These financial literacy games teach students and adults the basics of finance and managing one’s money. Money makes the world go round, but personal finance is still not one of the basic subjects taught in most schools.
If you’ve found Sony’s first party offerings somewhat underwhelming with the PS5 in mind, then the good news is there are a bunch of new games slated for release. There’s even going to be some new, original content, rather than just sequels… Sony Has 25 PS5 Titles in the Works If PlayStation Studio’s Hermen Hulst
In an interesting turn of events, one of today’s biggest online art communities has joined the Epic Games family. Epic Games: From Partner to Owner of ArtStation Epic Games has announced that it has acquired online art portfolio and community ArtStation, making two changes effective immediately: ArtStation Marketplace standard platform-holder fee lowered to 12 percent (the same amount that
While Google may have given up on making AAA games for Stadia, it certainly hasn’t given up on the cloud gaming platform as a whole. The company has just updated Stadia with a new search option that’ll make it easier to find the games you want to play when you want to play them. Google