One pretty big addition Sheffield has given to the gaming industry is Sumo Digital. Recently, they’ve celebrated 15 years of being a company and as such, has graced us with the “15 Years of Sumo Digital” game art exhibition!
Some E3 press conferences are inevitably destined to be better than others. In this blog post, i’ve decided to rank all the major E3 press conferences from 2018.
I don’t know if it’s because i’ve been paying more attention to the run-up to E3 than I have in previous years thanks to working on my blog, but it feels like every single game ever has been accidentally leaked.
Thanks to E3 2018 only being just over two weeks away, hype for the event is rapidly building. In this post I list my top 10 hopes and dreams for E3 2018.
Psyonix is once again rewarding us fans of the football/car sensation that is Rocket League with a new update. This one has a beautiful Eighties vibe, and I can’t wait!
Released to the public on November 12th 2015, Backwards Compatibility lets gamers play a select number of Xbox 360 games on their Xbox One console. The number of playable games started at 104, but more have been added periodically since then.