A Video Gamers Digest
Video Games are a unique media that are enjoyed by people, both young and old worldwide. Adults, teens, and kids all play games to escape to a fantasy world, educate themselves, get up and dance or just socialize with friends.
My aim in creating Games News Network is to build a place where I could show others all the great games, media and news that come out of the industry. It's all about giving back to an industry that has given gamers so much.
Niantic Labs has officially announced that more Pokemon are coming to their AR game Pokemon Go over the next few months. Right now players will be able to get Pichu and Togepi in the gameworld either from catching them or hatching them from eggs.
This new update will get me back onto the game to see what I can catch and that can definitely be said about others who haven't played the games in some time.
This is so close that it's killing me that I'm not playing it yet. It just looks beautiful. May your heart be the guiding key. My heart is telling me I need to replay the games, right now before this comes out in January.
This year's PlayStation Experience event occurred this past weekend and boy did they have a lot to show. From beginning the first day's show with a new Uncharted game to closing it out with a follow-up to one of their hit games, Last of Us Part 2.
This is definitely a new type of Prey and a different kind of game. At last night's Game Awards Arkane showed of more of the upcoming shooter. There's also a eight minute gameplay video that was released. Watch the vid below.
Telltale, Oh Telltale. How you weave such a great narrative. The latest Walking Dead from Telltale Games is slated to be related in a few short weeks on December 20th. In this trailer we get an idea of how the zombie outbreak affected new comer Javier.
I have some catching up to do. There's no way I'm jumping into A New Frontier without refreshing myself of Telltale's previous Walking Dead games. Just have to get through the latest episode of Batman. I like what you're doing Telltale. Keep it up.
Fresh off The Game Awards last night we finally get a complete look at Mass Effect Andromeda's gameplay. It looks beautiful. The environments, the weapons, the abilities and I'm happy to see the interrupts they introduced in Mass Effect 2 are back.
Just look at this trailer. OMG. I can't wait for this game. It looks so much more fun and enjoyable that I expected.
In a new Production Update video from Hellblade's developer Ninja Theory, they are reporting that the game will not be released this year and will be pushed to 2017. They cite a cancelled project and working with Epic Games to push motion capture as the reasons behind the delay.
Am I the only one who wasn't expecting this game this year. We never got a release date and as of writing this article it's December 1st. When was it going to be released if they were shooting for this year. There's not even a product listing for the game up yet. Hopefully we do get a release date soon. I like what I see from this game. Ninja Theory is doing something different here.