Steam user reviews tend to suck. The top reviews are usually the bandwagon fluff that also tends to infest such sites as Metacritic's user scores on games or they're "joke" posts with a punchline that only those that are mentally eight years old would laugh at.
Finally, a news post about Mighty No. 9 that doesn't include the words "delayed again" in the title! The not-Mega Man game has officially gone gold and will be released in June. Keiji Inafune delivered the long-awaited good news to backers of Mighty No. 9.
By now, you already know that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered is included with the more expensive bundles of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. You have seen the short snippets of the Remaster and you're probably thinking to yourself, "wow, that doesn't look
Coming as a total shock to everybody, Activision announced the name of the next entry in their annual Call of Duty franchise today. The next game will be called Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and it takes place in the future! Whoa! It even features space combat! Master Chief better watch out, am I right? Ha ha ha.
Earlier today, Twitch streamer Swiftor teamed up with Karl Anthony-Towns, an NBA player, to play some good ol' Nuketown (or Nuk3town) in Call of Duty: Black Ops 3. Odd pairing, right? Well, this kind of obvious attempt at marketing did accomplish at least one thing. It revealed a new ending