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Welcome to the 13th episode of the First Person Perspective! In this on-going series, we will take a snapshot of what going on in the world of First-person games. This week we will look at Destiny 2, Battlefield V, and Journey to the Savage Planet.

When Horizon: Zero Dawn was announced at E3’s 2015 PlayStation press conference, many familiar with successful gaming titles had their interest piqued. When it was a wildly successful Early Spring title in 2017, there was immediate interest in a sequel. It’s never been a secret that a sequel would be delivered, but recently it was announced that Guerilla Games is not only developing a sequel but p...

Welcome to the seventh episode of the First-Person Perspective! In this on-going series, we will take a snapshot of what’s going on in the world of first-person games. This week we will look at Call of Duty Modern Warfare: Warzone, Sea Of Thieves, and Minecraft.

Welcome to the sixth episode of the First-Person Perspective! In this on-going series, we will take a snapshot of what going on in the world of First-person games. This week we will look at The Elder Scrolls Online, Valorant, Predator: Hunting Grounds.

In a move that nobody was expecting, Microsoft revealed the next console to be hitting the market. The Xbox Series X! With one simple trailer, the lead up to the launch of new consoles has started with Microsoft taking the first shot. Be sure to keep eye on our Twitter, Discord and the main page for news or updates as they come out.

With the gaming industry going full-steam ahead on games as a service and online social interaction, Bandai Namco announced their entry into the ring on Friday, June 28, 2019, with a new action-RPG called Blue Protocol. The game is being developed by Project Sky Blue, a hybrid group of developers from Bandai Namco Online and Bandai Namco Studios. Blue Protocol is set in a “world on the brink of de...

A new competitor has joined the console wars…Well not really. You can’t join a console war without an actual console. To be fair though Stadia is going to try to be the first service to really go all in Netflix style on streaming games. Question is, will it work? Or do we have another OUYA on our hands?

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