Why Didn’t Nintendo Just Tell Us the Truth about the NX?

March 26, 2016 0

Recently some photos of the Nintendo NX controllers leaked onto reddit and then around the rest of the internet, causing quite a bit of stir right away. There was a lash back from fans about how the controller looked and their doubts about how comfortable or practical it would actually […]

When the Industry You Love Overwhelms You, Take This Fires Back

March 26, 2016 0

Many people that are avid gamers do it for social reasons, playing online with their friends or in a group setting. However, another part of the gaming community – an arguably larger part of the community – are gamers because it’s a release from the depression and anxiety that they […]

GameStop Declares a Decline in Sales Through the Year of 2016

March 25, 2016 0

If you play games, chances are you shop at GameStop. It’s the one stop place to pick up consoles, collectibles, controllers, along with pre-owned and new video games. Regardless of the fact that we all shop there, the heads of GameStop are saying that there is going to be a […]

Spotlight Game of the Week: Bully

March 24, 2016 0

I was doing some thinking about Bully after I wrote up the recent article on the newest PS2 ports going to the PS4. Bully is a game that’s not only close to my heart, but it’s also very misrepresented. Sure it has a loyal cult following of fans that earned […]

Three Most Anticipated VR Games

March 24, 2016 0

The much discussed arrival of the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and PlayStation VR headsets is finally upon us after years – some might even say decades – of speculation and development of VR technology. Now that we can finally dive into these fully realized 3D worlds, here are three of […]

Bully and Manhunt are the Newest PS2 Titles to Hit the PS4

March 23, 2016 0

Keeping up with the current trend of porting PlayStation 2 titles to the PlayStation 4, Sony added Bully and Manhunt to the PlayStation Store yesterday. This is also keeping up with the trend of porting Rockstar developed games to the PS4. Of course these wont just be simple ports, both […]

A Look at Fallout 4’s Automatron DLC

March 22, 2016 0

The immensely popular RPG Fallout 4 has released their first DLC today by the name of Automatron. This is of course just the first in a line of coming DLC that Bethesda plans to launch in this coming year. Just like much of the DLC in Fallout 3 and Fallout: […]

Early Access with The Solus Project

March 22, 2016 0

Updated: March 25 I spent some time with The Solus Project this week. Actually, if I’m honest, it was a good deal more time than I had expected to spend on it—and that is entirely a good thing. I’m not a fan of the ever-growing survival genre. For me, most […]

Exclusive Q&A and Preview of Song of the Deep

March 21, 2016 0

Song of the Deep is gorgeous looking, upcoming side-scroller developed by Insomniac Games about a young girl’s journey to find her missing father. TheGamerDaily got a chance to interview the man behind this project, Brian Hastings. Brian told us about the game itself, what inspired him to create it, his view on the industry and […]

Why Firewatch is on Top of the Charts

March 18, 2016 0

When one typically thinks about video games, there are a few images that generally come to mind right away. Maybe it’s the red shirted plumber hopping across impossible levels, a rugged soldier running into the fray with guns blazing or maybe the brave knight and his comrades questing to slay […]

Going Solo in The Solus Project

March 17, 2016 1

The Solus Project, developed by Teotl Studios, looks both intriguing and immersive. Teotl calls it “a singleplayer survival and exploration experience.” While accurate, I’m not convinced that description does this game justice. The background, or universe, of this title is the same as another game from Teotl called The Ball. […]

Playstation VR Promises to Support Entire Playstation 4 Library

March 17, 2016 0

The Playstation VR has been a pretty hot topic lately. There’s plenty of other virtual reality set ups such as the Oculus Rift, but the Playstation VR or PS VR, has been inciting a lot of conversations with gamers. Unlike all of the other virtual reality products coming out right […]

JJ Abrams Confirms Half-life and Portal Films Still in Development

March 16, 2016 0

During an interview about the newly released 10 Cloverfield Lane, JJ Abrams stated that the Half-Life and Portal movies that were announced in 2013 were still in development. This news came as a shock to fans, many of whom hade assumed the long silence surrounding the projects was an indication […]

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