Tom Clancy’s The Division 2’ retains top spot in another quiet week for new releases. More spring promotions fill the chart in the run up to Easter with Sony exclusives “Marvel’s Spider-Man” and “God of War” getting in on the act at No’s 10 and 26 respectively. The only new title to make the Top 40 is “Dangerous Driving” at No34 with the two new Nintendo Labo Toy-Con 4 releases just missing out.
In a world where everything consists of streaming and subscription services, it seemed inevitable that Disney would enter the game at some point. Sure enough, the House of Mouse officially unveiled the contents of their newest streaming service, Disney+, during their Investor Day Webcast. With all the content and accessibility Continue Reading
The past year has been another huge year for the remaking & remastering of games we all played in our younger days. This remake trend is chugging right along and is far from going away as more and more games are being remade left and right. Games such as Crash Continue Reading
Nintendo recently dropped a giant bombshell on its fans regarding its newest Labo installment: the VR Kit. To the surprise of many, the company released a trailer revealing that its two most successful Switch titles, Super Mario Odyssey and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, will receive VR support. While Odyssey will Continue Reading
Soon, there will be more walking dead on AMC’s Shudder. The horror streaming service has secured the rights in the U.S. and Canada to Shinichiro Ueda’s modern cult classic One Cut of the Dead (Original Japanese title: ‘Kamera o tomeru na!’). The indie hit was made for the ridiculous sum Continue Reading
Ah yes, another month, another roster of games ready to make their debut. Let’s cut to the chase: as expected, March lacked in big AAA releases. However, that doesn’t mean some fun games were nowhere to be seen. On the contrary, games like Devil May Cry 5 and Yoshi’s Crafted World brought some Continue Reading
A bunch of the folks in CoG’s digital office listen to video game music in our free time. For some of us, it’s the only type of music we listen to. You might call us a little biased, and you’d be absolutely correct! We wouldn’t be working here if we Continue Reading