Archive for March 2017
CyberKnight and Mossfly talk gaming. Nintendo will be at E3 this year. Red Dead Redemption 2 may have a release date. Destiny 2 will lock DLC exclusive to the PlayStation 4 for at least a year again. The Xbox dashboard update releases to the public. EA will give us a first look at Star Wars Battlefront 2 next month. Battlefield 1 tests a Premium Friends program to share DLC.
CyberKnight, MossFly, and Devastator hit the news of the week. For Honor tries to one-up Evolve for DLC. EA defends a former employee from Mass Effect criticism. Microsoft launches new Xbox One controllers. Nintendo fixes disconnecting joycons. Some really cool features are coming to Xbox Preview soon. Facebook gets into the live game streaming business. Plus hypes, gripes, comics, and more!
CyberKnight, Mossfly, and FireMedic shoot the gaming breeze. YouPorn released some interesting stats of how their traffic was affected by the Nintendo Switch launch. Sega gives us a sneak peak of Sonic Mania gameplay, and it looks to nail the old-school gameplay. We get a couple more details on the upcoming Scorpio console. Sony will add PS4 games to the PlayStation Now streaming service. Splatoon 2 gets a free beta test weekend. Capcom is re-releasing classic NES “Disney Afternoon” games on everything *but* Nintendo. Xbox One Energizer 2X controller charging stations get recalled due to overheating fears. Plus hypes, gripes, and more!
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MossFly and Dev Switch it up without Cyber and cover all the latest gaming news. Nintendo have come up with an interesting new console with bad tasting games. You can’t backup your saves yet. The Switch is the fastest-selling Nintendo console. Halo 5 got a ton of updates and more…
CyberKnight and Mossfly recap the news of the week. Bonnie Ross confirms Halo 6 and beyond will have split-screen. Microsoft surprises us with the Xbox Game Pass. Twitch plans to sell games through their streamers’ channels. Microsoft makes some noise in VR, though Xbox support may not come until next year.