A load of new characters are coming to Dragon Ball FighterZ, with two available January 31st!

Dragon Ball FighterZ has been somewhat of a phenomenon in the fighting game scene. It’s difficult for a fighter to break into the eSports level these days, but FighterZ has gone against the odds and carved out its own comfy spot alongside some of the greats.

And deservedly so! I played it when it came to Switch last year, and it is a hell of a time. Super solid mechanics, with absurdly brilliant graphics. Its like playing the anime! Continue reading A load of new characters are coming to Dragon Ball FighterZ, with two available January 31st!

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Nindies Direct highlights

Did y’all catch that Nindies Direct? No? Well, I can’t blame you if you didn’t. It came and went in a snap. Hell, they announced it was happening, and showcased it all within 24 hours!

Madness, right? Why not hype it up? Well as it turned out, it was only a 15 minute direct, and only boasted the bare minimum “highlight” points.

Not to say the highlights weren’t fantastic, but you can see why they didn’t want to hype things up too much. Continue reading Nindies Direct highlights

March is a hell of a month for video-games

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Having happily strode into 2019 now, we look to the future at what’s coming up. What’s the next big thing we get to play? And when? Well, turns out, a large chunk of what’s to look forward to is all releasing in March. However convenient that may or may not be is yet to be seen, but it’s certainly happening.

Have no fear though, I’m here to give you the run-down on what’s what, and when to rush into the nearest game store. (I know I will be with a couple of these). Continue reading March is a hell of a month for video-games

Lego Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit can no longer be bought digitally

I wouldn’t normally report on something like this, but I find this to be a particularly strange situation given the stature of these games.
No, its not like “The last of us” is no longer available to buy or anything, but these were competent games. Aimed primarily at a younger audience, sure, but they’re well made, and kids go mad for them. Continue reading Lego Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit can no longer be bought digitally

Precursorgames Game Awards 2018

Hard to believe a full year has gone by, but hey, here we are, about to start the first annual Precursorgames Game Awards (a better name will have to be made some time).
We are undoubtedly living in a golden age of gaming, what with the Switch and PS4 offering masterpieces on nearly a six month basis, its madness! And I am so here for it.

Of course, I didn’t get to play anywhere near all of the best releases this year (I still haven’t played God of War or Spiderman).
Now, because of this, and because I simply can’t play everything in a year, we’re not going to be sticking exclusively to games that released in 2018. Continue reading Precursorgames Game Awards 2018

A returning player’s perspective on League of Legends in 2018

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I used to play a lot of League of Legends back in the day. Like… A lot. Way too much. As I’m sure happens for many people, it became a bit of a problem, and I had to dial it back in order to get my life back in order.
I did this gradually, and eventually quit and didn’t touch it for years… Until a week or two ago. Continue reading A returning player’s perspective on League of Legends in 2018

Why is everyone so mad at Blizzard? The Diablo Immortal disaster

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Blizzard just held their annual Blizzon, at which they made several announcements regarding updates to their games. A new Overwatch character, new cards for Hearthstone, you know the drill.
But then of course, to close out the show, they rile up excitement for one more big announcement.
At this point, journalists and fans alike are all anticipating the same thing; Diablo 4.  Continue reading Why is everyone so mad at Blizzard? The Diablo Immortal disaster