Lock and load. John Wick Hex is coming October 8th, 2019. Continue reading “‘John Wick Hex’ Aims for an October Release”
Massive spoilers for Spider-Man: Far From Home and the MCU in general ahead: Continue reading “Spider-Man: Far From Home Review”
Real Talk By: Brian DK
Fire Emblem: Three Houses is the latest installment in the long running Fire Emblem series, and it’s quickly being recognized as one of the best. Continue reading “Fire Emblem: Three Houses Review: Class in Session”
Today Activision premiered Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’s online multiplayer. Said to be the most revolutionary multiplayer in the series yet, the trailer shows of the intensity of this familiar but somehow fresh experience.
Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare is set to release October 25th, 2019.
Real Talk By: KJ
This third entry is a switch exclusive published by Nintendo and developed by Team Ninja. Could this unique company pairing deliver? Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order is a throwback for several reasons. For one, it refreshes the importance of couch coop. Also, pluses and negatives of past outings have made it over. Continue reading “Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order Review: Squad-up”
Real Talk By: KJ
Battletoads. It’s back. Years would go by as Microsoft would sit on this treasured IP. Finally, we have been treated to comeback of sorts. A level of care was definitely taken out in gameplay, but sadly it takes a hit when factoring in the shocking change in art-styles. This reminds us at Play Legit of ‘Rise of The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’, but with less character detail. The most recent Killer Instinct included Rash as a playable guest fighter. This iteration did the IP justice. I was getting excited for the full-on return. Then, E3 2019 happened. As it stands The New Battletoads is something that I’ll still play, but my hype meter has definitely lowered. We were waiting almost 20 years for a true follow up, so i’m hoping the gameplay delivers in a big way. In this aspect of the game possibly it will retain that classic feel, because the appearance is off me. Real Talk.
This morning Nintendo announced a handheld only version of its popular Switch console. Coming in at $199.99, the Switch Lite swaps out docking capabilities for better battery life and a slightly cheaper price tag. If you’re like me and rarely ever dock your Switch or am only interested in gaming in the go, this is for you. With no docking, the device is limited to handheld Switch titles only with a 720p resolution.
The Switch lite comes in three colors and will release September 20th, in time to make holiday wish lists along with a limited edition model coming in November alongside Pokémon: Sword & Shield.