Microsoft is up next with their E3 2018 press conference, starting 8:00am Monday 11th June. What are you expecting to see this year?
At 6am on Sunday, June 10, 2018, EA will kick off one of the biggest video game entertainment events of the year, E3 2018! Watch the live conference here.
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Blair reviews the free to play Switch game Pokémon Quest to see if you should spend your time on it.
Trippy new version of Tetris has been announced for the PS4 and PSVR.
NZ's biggest pop culture convention has pulled into the garden city and is open for all three days of the Queens Birthday long weekend.
The delightful Nintendo franchises to many for the first time, or first time in a while, and mobile ports. So…many…mobile ports.
Sumo Digital are back with their latest entry in the Sonic Racing kart racer franchise. The game will feature 12 racers racing at once as well as 12 player online races and 4 player local multiplayer racers.
The Project Cars New Zealand Championship is currently in full swing with the top 8 virtual drivers in the country battling it out for the title.
Pokemon's 2018 entry has been given a title and video. In this pseudo Blue/Red/Yellow remake players are taken back to Kanto to catch 'em all while obtaining all 8 gym badges.
While it's not lifting assets from it like the copyright infringing Pokémon Uranium, it's hard not to see similarities with the games inspiration below.
Just a few days to go for the video game biggest annual event, are you ready and excited for more info on already announced games and hopefully some new surprises.