Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate demo now available

For Switch owners who are huge fans of the the Monster Hunter series you will be happy to know that the newest game in the franchise now has a playable demo on the Nintendo eShop. For those who played the original Monster Hunter Generations on the Nintendo 3DS you will be happy to know that Capcom has added more monsters in the Switch version of the game. If anything the inclusion of more creatures in this version of the game will end up adding to the overall replay value Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate. As it currently stands the full version of Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate will be officially released for the Nintendo Switch on August 28th worldwide.

This action role playing adventure game has the potential to be as big on the Nintendo Switch as Monster Hunter: World was on the PlayStation 4 following its release back in late January. For those who are interested on downloading Capcom’s demo of Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate you can check it out right now. A sample of Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate is a Perfect opportunity to decide whether or not purchasing the full version of the game for $59.99 is worth it.


The PlayStation VR reaches over 3 million in sales

There has been so much interesting news that has emerged within the gaming world since the start of 2018. One of the many announcements that everyone has recently been talking about involves the success of the PlayStation VR since its release back in 2016. It has been recently reported that the PlayStation VR has managed to sell over 3 million units worldwide while at least 21 million games have been sold since the headset was first released in October 2016.

In some ways the success of the PlayStation VR has exceeded the expectations of many people considering the fact that Virtual Reality has not yet reached it peak in terms of popularity within the gaming world. But seeing how successful the PlayStation VR has been over the past two years it looks like Virtual Reality gameplay might possibly become more common in relation to video games in general. IT will be interesting to see how much the PlayStation VR headset will sell with the next two years.

THQ Nordic now owns the TimeSplitters series

There has been so much interesting news in relation to gaming as of late. However, THQ Nordic acquisition of the TimeSplitters series is something that may have come as a surprise to many people. The TimeSplitters series first began in October 2000 on the PlayStation 2 and was a huge success to a point where it spawned sequels. As far as first person shooter titles are concerned the TimeSplitters Trilogy was probably one of the most successful franchises of the 00’s. Ever since its latest game TimeSplitters: Future Perfect which was released back in March 2005 the game had never received a direct sequel.

Also, it seemed like TimeSplitters: Future Perfect would never receive a sequel especially after the video game developer Free Radical Design became defunct back in summer of 2014. However, with THQ Nordic now owning the rights to the TimeSplitter series a sequel is now possible. So this raises the question on whether or not we will see another TimeSplitters game in the near future.

Upcoming Switch Games- Gone Home: (2018)

As far as interesting gaming news is concerned the announcement of the popular adventure-exploration game Gone Home coming to the Nintendo Switch is big. For those who are unaware Gone Home was developed by the Full Bright Company and initially released for Microsoft Windows, Linux along with the OS X back in 2013. Gone Home was eventually ported for the PlayStation 4 along with the Xbox One back in January 2016. On August 23rd Gone Home is expected to be released on Nintendo’s eShop due to how successful the game has been since 2013.

The game has rather interesting plot involving the the the main character discovering the fact that her sister is a lesbian as she her rural Oregon family home to try and figure out the events that has transpired since her absence. The setting of the game takes place in the mid 90’s and has first person gameplay that mainly focuses on looking for items as far as interactivity is concerned. Seeing how popular Gone Home was a few years back there is no doubt that it will be somewhat of attraction on the Nintendo Switch about a week from now.

Upcoming Switch Games- Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu & Eevee!!! (2018)

There are so many big games that everyone One is looking forward to seeing this upcoming Fall for various consoles such as the PlayStation 4, Xbox One along with the Nintendo Switch. But as far as the Switch console is concerned one of the main games that everyone is talking about right Is Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu & Eevee. This upcoming title will be the first RPG installment of the Pokémon see to be featured on the Nintendo Switch. In both versions of the game players will encounter over 100 different Pokémon as they journey throughout the Kanto region to become advanced trainers.

There are some very coolest features included in both versions of Pokémon Let’s Go such as 2 player gameplay using the Joy Con or Poke Ball Plus along with syncing up your game with the Pokémon Go app for those who have it on their smartphones. Not only does Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu & Eevee look impressive on the Nintendo Switch but it looks like a title that some believe that Game Freak should have delivered to the world sometime between the mid 00’s and early 10’s during the Nintendo Wii era.

Also, Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu & Eevee is somewhat reminiscent of the Pokémon Yellow game for Game Boy back in the late 90’s. For Switch owners who who are long time fans of the series Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu & Eevee are titles worth checking out this upcoming Fall. Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu & Eevee are set to be released on November 16th and it will be interesting to see how well it does in sales heading into 2019.

Upcoming PS4 Games- Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner MARS (2018)

There are so many games that the world is looking forward to seeing on the PlayStation 4 as we get closer to 2019. When it comes down to upcoming releases for Fall 2018 there are titles such as Zone of the Enders; The 2nd Runner MARS that some people are really excited to see. For those who do not know Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner is remastered version of the original game which initially came out back in 2003 for the PlayStation 2. Ever since its initial release Konami has then ported this game for the PlayStation 3 along with the Xbox 360 back in the early 10’s.

Ever since Zone of the Enders: 2nd Runner was initially released the game was praised by critics for its combat system which added to the overall replay value of this third person shooter hack n slash title. For those who are fans of Virtual Reality gameplay you will be happy to know that the remake of Zone of the Enders: 2nd Runner can be played using the PlayStation VR. For those who are interested and purchasing this game it will be available for the PS4 on September 4th. It will be interesting to see what type reception the Zone of Enders: 2nd Runner MARS receives following its release this upcoming Fall.

Upcoming Games- Planet Alpha: (2018)

There are so many titles that we look forward to seeing as we get closer to 2019. One of the many upcoming titles that everyone is talking about for this upcoming Fall is Planet Alpha. This title is expected to appear on multiple game systems including the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One along with Microsoft Windows. Aside from the stunning visuals Planet Alpha is a sci-fi adventure game that includes puzzle, platform and stealth elements of gameplay. Planet Alpha is also a title that has the potential to be of coolest action-adventure of Fall 2018.

As players are stranded on an alien world they have to survive and in doing so they eventually discover the special ability of time manipulation. Planet Alpha is a rather interesting sci-fi with a pending rating. For those who are interested in purchasing Planet Alpha the game is expected to appear on September 4th for multiple game consoles.