By now everyone knows Bungie and Activision have split. Porygon has a pretty good article on it of course. The really surprising thing in all this for me tho is that people are actually surprised. Kotaku reported years about numerous problems with things going on around Destiny and even much more recently Activision has been disappointed with Destiny 2 sales.
The bright side of all this, at least for Bungie, is Bungie will be keeping Destiny and the rights to it. I honestly do not have much to say on the subject, so best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.
The enchanting sandbox simulation RPG will soon available to the Epic Games Store. As the twitter source. The enchanting sandbox simulation RPG @MyTimeAtPortia is coming soon to the Epic Games store! Learn more here – https://t.co/udElNBLwWi pic.twitter.com/ycHuoKak5X — Epic Games (@EpicGames) January 8, 2019 My Time At Portia Release Date Trailer! Start a new […]
via My Time At Portia is Coming Soon to the Epic Games Store — STUBBORN| FUTURE OF MOBILE GAMING
Am interesting title coming to the Epic Games store is never a bad thing for the company trying to grow its own place to buy games. This little number should be a nice addition to the store that will probably only grow in popularity.
We all know I am a huge fan of the Tropico series and love Kalypso Media. They have supplied me with a few games, in fact. So it is both sad and refreshing to see they delayed Tropico 6 because they feel the game isn’t as good as it should be. Gameinformer has more info, but the short version is Simon Hellwig, owner, and director, says while he played many hours of the game and he likes it that isn’t enough, he wants to love it. So while waiting sucks, we will have to wait until March to take a stab at being a dictator. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.
Dragons Dogma: Dark Arisen has been around awhile, to say the least. 2012 I believe, on the Xbox 360 and PS3. It also ended up on PC, PS4 and One X as Dark Arisen the same game and all of its DLC. Now come this April the owners of the Nintendo Switch will get the chance to enjoy it. Check the trailer out, and may the gaming gods bring you glory.
Shit. Just Shit… It’s a rare feat to have my hopes crash and burn in less than a minute than the unfortunate news Alien: Blackout is going to be a mobile game. Supposedly there is a main PC/ console game in the works but Blackout is going to pretty much be FNAF with the Xenomorph. With 2019 being the 40 year anniversary of the original Alien, we are getting a new graphic novel, this game, and something else to be determined so needless to say, along with most of the Alien fan base, I’m pretty pissed. There’s going to be Amanda Ripley but it isn’t going to supposedly be a Alien: Isolation sequel which blows and after the disappointment of Alien: Covenant , the anniversary of a sci-fi horror legend seems to be going as a whimper sadly. May the gaming gods bring you glory.
PS4 Passes 90 Million Units Sold Kenichiro Yoshida, CEO of Sony, announced at Sony’s Press Conference at CES that the PS4 has sold 91.6 million consoles. These sales numbers were helped by a strong 2018 holiday season which saw 5.6 million consoles sold. This is a phenomenal number which skyrocketed it further from Xbox 360 […]
via PS4 Passes 90 Million Units Sold — BeardedGamer82 Gaming Blog
This should surprise nobody at this point as the PS4 has been a powerhouse in the sales department for years now, and most likely 2019 will be the year the console tops the 100 million mark. Not only that it may very well surpass the Wii and original PlayStation. Tho the PS2 and it’s 155 million is most likely out of reach with talk of the PlayStation floating around. Regardless, not too shabby. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.
In a sentence I thought I would never type, or maybe hoped since I personally am not a fan, Comicbook.com is reporting that Marvel is teasing a Fantastic Four video game. Feel free to check the link for all the details but for me, this just seems like a bad idea with much of the goodwill with fans outside the comic world seemingly lost with the atrocity that is the Fantastic Four movies.
That isn’t to say a game with them can’t be good, I can imagine smashing away as The Think or burning the world up with The Human Torch. I just can’t in good conscience think hey this will be good after having sat through the movies, and while yes the game clearly will be made by someone else entirely I just can’t be excited by this idea. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.