Month: April 2018

Kingdom Hearts 3 Might See The Return of Xigbar And Luxord

As per some statements made by a couple of voice actors, two characters that Kingdom Hearts fans will be familiar with might be returning in Kingdom Hearts III. These two characters are Xigbar, who was voiced by James Patrick Stuart, and Luxord, who was played by Robin Atkin Downes in previous games of the series. Stuart was asked on Twitter if he’s been […]

Nintendo Switch Online More Information Coming in May

Nintendo has confirmed that more details about the elusive paid online service for the Nintendo Switch, which is due to launch later this year, will be arriving in Early May. Nintendo Switch Online was originally announced last January, alongside launch details for the system, and was due to launch last Fall. However, Nintendo eventually delayed it into this year, while […]

H1Z1 Developer Suffers Layoffs, Chief Publishing Officer Gone

Daybreak Game Company, known for developing and publishing H1Z1, has suffered from a number of layoffs recently. The company revealed in an email to PC Gamer that it was “realigning” its work force to “better position” the developer for the future. To that end, it had to layoff a number of its employees across numerous disciplines in the studio. “Daybreak […]

Earthbound-inspired Eastward is a charming take on the apocalypse

Chucklefish, the developers of Starbound and publisher of Stardew Valley, have picked up the quirky adventure-RPG Eastward, by Shanghai-based studio Pixpil. The game is inspired by ‘90s Japanese animation and Nintendo classics such as The Legend of Zelda and Mother/Earthbound.  Chucklefish’s other new game Wargroove is “the Advance Wars of 2018”!  The game follows a digger called John and a […]

Nintendo Switch Sells 17.79 Million Units Worldwide

In its latest earnings report for the fiscal year ending on March 31st 2018, Nintendo has revealed that its Switch console managed to sell 17.79 million units worldwide. About 68.97 million software units have been sold as well. Perhaps more interesting is how Nintendo projected the Switch to sell an additional 20 million units and 100 million software units in […]