The gorgeous Analogue Duo may be the coolest way to play TurboGrafx games

Analogue, the company behind high-end retro gaming systems like the Super Nt, Mega Sg, and Pocket, is turning its attention to NEC’s TurboGrafx-16. A new system, the Analogue Duo, will play TurboGrafx-16, TurboGrafx CD, PC Engine, SuperGrafx, PC Engine CD-ROM, and Super Arcade CD-ROM games, all in one FPGA-powered console when it’s released next year. […]

Devil May Cry 5 Vergil DLC Coming To Xbox One And PS4

Capcom has divulged that Devil May Cry 5’s Vergil will be playable in not only the PS5, Xbox Series X, and Series S versions of the upgraded game, but PS4 and Xbox One owners will be able to harness his power through DLC. At last week’s Tokyo Game Show, producer Matt Walker and director Hideaki […]

Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition Comes To PS5 And Xbox Series X At Launch

[Update: During TGS, Capcom clarified that ray-tracing will not be present in all game modes. Turbo mode, Legendary Dark Knight Mode, and the framerate performance mode will all turn it off.] Capcom is bringing Devil May Cry 5 to next-gen consoles with some new features and updates. Revealed during Wednesday’s PS5 games showcase event, Devil […]

Resident Evil Village May Come To PS4/Xbox One, Offers More Freedom

Resident Evil Village is coming next year, and although the game will be coming to next-generation systems, Capcom is doing its best to also release the game on PS4 and Xbox One. It’s shaping up to be one of the most unusual games in the series to date, with more freedom than its predecessor and […]

Upgrading To iOS 14 May Cause You To Lose Fortnite, Epic Warns

The high-profile legal battle between Apple and Epic Games over how Fortnite revenue is split up is causing headaches for Fortnite players on iOS. Now, an official Fortnite Twitter account has warned that upgrading to iOS 14 may cause players to lose access to Fortnite. Unlike most other apps, you won’t be able to re-download […]

Storage may not be exciting, but Pure Storage’s Portworx acquisition is

In today’s technology environment, storage vendors are often overlooked, taken for granted, and considered commoditized. Wall Street doesn’t show them much love, and their trading multiples are nothing to write home about. Storage is approximately a $24 billion market and shrinking. IDC estimates that global revenue for enterprise external OEM storage systems declined 5% year […]

Rumor: Prestige System May Be Returning To Call Of Duty

Data miners have been the main source of information relating to Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War, but their latest findings may be the best yet—at least if you’re a veteran CoD player—or they could be completely wrong. Either way, it appears that the word “prestige” has been found in the code for Cold […]

Call Of Duty: Warzone May Be Adding Subway Stations In Next Season

When Call Of Duty League posted a gif congratulating Dallas Empire for their victory in the CDL Champs event, eagle-eyed fans noticed a new addition to the map. As picked up by Charlie Intel, the next season update to Call Of Duty: Warzone may include a big addition by way of subway stations. The current […]

Joe Rogan may be right about gaming—but there's a much larger issue at hand

While enjoyable, video games aren’t always good for us. Joe Rogan recently received plenty of criticism for his comments on gaming, but he may not have even deserved that criticism. During a conversation with Joe De Sena on the 1,514th episode of the Joe Rogan Experience, Rogan suggested video games are dangerous. They present an […]

Netflix May Be Prepping A Splinter Cell Anime Series

Derek Kolstad is best know for his work writing the John Wick series, but his newest project should interest stealth game fans. According to Variety, Netflix and Ubisoft have joined forces to produce a Splinter Cell animated series. Kolstad will serve as the writer and executive producer for the show, which may have already received an order for 16 episode across two-season. […]