Bloodborne and Dark Souls 3 communities are organizing a group restart, so that veteran and newbie Hunters and Ashen Ones will be traversing the worlds all over again.
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It’s Music Monday! Chicago based rapper Nonname released her first full mix-tape and it’s a soul filled day-dreamy experience.
In this week’s In Case You Missed It, we’re talking about Pokemon, Adblock, bad Battle.net tags, Undertale, and Bioshock Remaster. Fun!
Gamers have been rocking out since the dawn of gaming, and now Spotify wants to ensure all gamers have a soundtrack of their own.
Rebels of all stripes gather in the shadow of the Empire in the newest trailer for Gareth Edwards’ Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
The newest trailer for Marvel’s Netflix series Luke Cage was released yesterday and it’s hands-down the best trailer Marvel has put out so far.
Blizzard loves to drop clues for their fans to find; they’ve been complicatedly teasing their next Overwatch character for a while. But who is Sombra?
With only a few more days to go until No Man’s Sky is finally released, developer Hello Games and indie group 65daysofstatic have released the game’s entire original soundtrack on Youtube.
Leaked footage of the upcoming exploration game No Man’s Sky has been leaked, which is like spitting on everything the developers worked for.
Nineteen years after its initial release, how does Symphony of the Night hold up? Especially for someone that’s never played it…