Author: Ash

Google announces Stadia Makers program for indie devs

Google has officially announced its Stadia Makers program for the Google Stadia, a program which the company hopes will be the “first step into an expansion of self-publishing for experienced independent game developers.” Since the Stadia’s launch in November 2019, more than 30 games and 60 game updates have been launched on the service. Another […]

[UPDATE] Xbox Live, Support, and Mixer are all back up

UPDATE 11:39PM GMT: Xbox Live, Xbox Support, and Mixer are all back up and running as normal again. Players should be able to game, look for help with Xbox products, and watch streamers as normal once more. Players should once again be able to sign in and access Xbox Live services normally! Thank you for […]

Safari Zone St. Louis postponed over coronavirus concerns

Niantic has made the decision to postpone the Pokémon GO Safari Zone St. Louis event over concerns regarding COVID-19, also known as novel coronavirus. The event was originally set to take place in Tower Grove Park, St. Louis, Missouri, and run from Friday the 27th until Sunday the 29th of March, 2020. A new date […]

BioWare has plans to “reinvent” Anthem

It’s been almost an entire year since Anthem first launched and, ahead of its one year anniversary, BioWare has confirmed that it has plans to reinvent Anthem in the long haul. Casey Hudson, BioWare General Manager, outlined the studio’s plans for the game in an official blog post. He says that the team recognises “that […]

Xbox Game Pass Quests has gotten a mighty update

Xbox has launched a massive update for Xbox Game Pass Quests, allowing players to earn extra points from both new and old Quests in more ways than ever before. First up, around 90 more Quests have been added to Xbox Game Pass Quests. Some Quests can be completed each day, some each week, and some […]

Flashpoint project aims to preserve over 38,000 games

Ahead of the demise of Adobe Flash, you may be asking yourself what’ll happen to the millions of Flash games across the internet. BlueMaxima’s Flashpoint is a project that aims to archive and preserve those games for years to come. As per Flashpoint’s website, the project has saved more than 38,000 games and 2,400 animations […]

Sky Rogue now available on Windows 10 and Xbox One

Sky Rogue, a ‘fwooshy’ rogue-lite flight simulator, is now available on both Xbox One consoles and Windows 10 PCs. It’s also available under the Xbox Play Anywhere scheme, which allows you to purchase the game on one platform and play it on both. The Xbox Play Anywhere scheme also means that your game progress continues […]

Project xCloud now has even more games available

Microsoft’s Project xCloud game streaming service has had several more Xbox One titles added to its library, meaning testers can now play even more console games from the comfort of their mobile phone. The new additions were spotted by Windows Central, and include some hits such as the free-to-play Destiny 2, Telltale’s The Wolf Among […]

BioShock could be heading to Switch

BioShock games may soon be arriving on Nintendo Switch consoles after four game ratings for titles in the series have appeared on the Taiwanese games rating board. The ratings were spotted by Lootpots, and consist of ratings for BioShock Remastered, BioShock 2 Remastered, BioShock Infinite: The Complete Edition, and BioShock: The Collection. As all four […]

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt hits all-time high player count on Steam

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has broken its own personal Steam record for peak player count, reaching over 100,000 players in January 2020. As seen on Steam Charts, the game received a huge 107.89% increase in players during the month of December 2019. The rise in player numbers coincides with both the release of the […]