Cover star Kylian Mbappé is all over it plus cameos for Borussia Dortmund’s Erling Braut Håland and Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold.

‘FIFA 21’ arrives on October 9th on Xbox One, PS4 and PC and supports the FREE upgrade system for next-gen consoles, until the day before ‘FIFA 22”s release (PS4 to PS5 or Xbox One to Xbox Series X.



‘DIRT 5’ is the next off-road racer from Codemasters. The trailer leaked earlier this month but they’ve uploaded it a week ago and it reveals some of the game’s many event types.

Launching October 9 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Steam, followed by Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5. DIRT 5 supports the FREE upgrade system for next-gen consoles, so grab the game on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and get the next-gen optimised version, free of charge.



The ‘Mafia’-remake is a part of the ‘Mafia’- trilogy, with all three titles of the franchise getting definitive editions.

The ‘Mafia 2’ is remastered with stunning audio and visual upgrades and all DLC is included. ‘Mafia 3’ Definitive Editions has ben reintroduced in one complete package (all DLC included). Both are available now.

While players are excited, it is the remake of the original we’re all hyped about – it is a from-the-ground-up remake of the 2002 classic, while the other two are remastered (not fully remade) versions. And we’ve gotten this gameplay reveal to get even more excited.

Mafia: Definitive Edition will now launch on September 25, 2020. PS4, Xbox One and PC.



Summer Game Fest kicks off today and Microsoft has announced Xbox One owners will be able to playtest over 70 demos for upcoming Xbox One games.

‘Destroy all Humans’ is one of them and here’s the full list: why not try some of these?


‘Assasins’ Creed: Valhalla’ looks smooth and features elements of, perhaps, my favorite mythology – Norse; focusing on vikings around the beginning of 9th century.

Players will experience an open-world smallar than ‘Odyssey”s, with a protagonist of both genres – male or female. Here’s more info.

Official gameplay trailer:

30 MINUTES GAMEPLAY delving into assaults, boss fights, flyting, drinking contests, world exploration, and more:

Release set for November 20th for Playstation 4, Xbox One, Google Stadia and PC and later for Playstation 5 and Xbox Series X. PS4/Xbox One owners will be able to upgrade their copy to PS5 or Xbox Series X for free.


When Warner Bros. announced ‘The Hobbit’-saga to be turned into two movies back in 2008, a team behind som ‘LEGO’- games got the idea to pitch a live-action oriented videogame tie-in with the project to make players feel like if they were experiencing the movies.

Within six months (until February 2009), a demo was made and taken on a 39-hours long trip to New Zealand to be presented to Peter Jackson and Guillermo del Toro.

(so the people behind the game project decided to use ‘Lord of the Rings’ as a template.

So what these guys did was to use ‘Lord of the Rings’ as a template with key scenes from the trilogy and picture what it could be achieved at that time with the Xbox 360- hardware (and it’s still looks great 11 years later, imho).

They developed four fully playable and polished levels (and five additional tech demos).

The first level was a demostration of free stealth gameplay; Frodo could sneak, hide, throw rocks to distract the Uruk-Hai, climb trees, use his senses to focus on enemies, jump from trees onto foes, and try to fight them directly (against the odds, of course).

The second level was the Isengard fight between Gandalf and Sauron; you could cast spells, deflect attacks, and throw Saruman around the room.

The third level was another stealth based level in the woods, with Frodo trying to avoid the black rider. If he got spotted; he would have to resist the temptation to use the one ring.

The last level was the Gandalf vs The Balrog fight in Khazad-dûm (it looks epic).

The tech demos showcased Aragorn fighting the Uruk-Hai; showing the combat-mechanics, Frodo and Sam at Weathertop trying to avoid the Nazguls and the forementioned using the ring, the prologue Sauron battle (shown at the very beginning of the films) testing how many enemies could be processed, Frodo and Sam in the Shire and in Rivendell; using motion-capture to re-create moments from the film.

Both Jackson and del Toro were positive about the project and wanted to the see it happen. Warner Bros, however, wanted instead a game that wasn’t directly based on the movie but that was set in the same world at the same time, so it was never released.

What do you think?



‘Cyberpunk 2077’ is an open-world, action-adventure story supposed to arrive on September 17th but was unfortunately pushed back to November 19th and here’s why.

It’s developed by ‘The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt’- makers, CD Projekt Red, and both HYPE and expectations are ROCKETING with every single piece of news or video making its way to the world wide web.

A brand new trailer was released almost a week ago, followed by a 20-minutes long gameplay demo just days later.

The game is set in Night City, a megalopolis obsessed with power, glamour and body modification. You play as V, a mercenary outlaw going after a one-of-a-kind implant that is the key to immortality. You can customize your character’s cyberware, skillset and playstyle, and explore a vast city where the choices you make shape the story and the world around you.

The new trailer is showcasing the world, characters, story, and action:

The gameplay video is worth checking out, a lot of the things going on here are jaw- dropping:

Coming to Xbox One, PS4 and PC November 19th, 2020.

It’s official that if you get the PS4- or the Xbox One- version, you’ll be able to play it on the next-gen consoles on launch day. The plans do not stop there, however. They will “release an upgrade to Cyberpunk 2077, which will take full advantage of the next-gen hardware“, announced “at a later date“.
Source: https://www.cyberpunk.net/en/news/35449/cyberpunk-2077-next-gen-consoles-compatibility



‘Tenet’ is one of the latest major projects to get pushed back. It will however arrive just two weeks later than planned.

Other big projects pushed back were ‘Wonder Woman 1984’, ‘Black Widow’, ‘Mulan’ and ‘New Mutants’. (The following concern US theatrical releases)



The ‘Destroy all Humans!’- franchise started on June 21st, 2005 with the original game’s release on both PS2 and Xbox. It was set during the cold-war era in 1959’s US and parodies that time period. It’s an an open world action-adventure.

In late 2016, Destroy All Humans! and Destroy All Humans! 2 were ported to PlayStation 4 and upscaled to 1080p. In 2018, Destroy All Humans! was ported to Xbox One in their backward compatibility catalog.
Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Destroy_All_Humans!#Destroy_All_Humans!_(2020)

The upcoming remake of ‘Destroy All Humans!’ features upgraded visuals and will feature content that was cut from the original version. PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Google Stadia will get it.

It’s set for a July 28, 2020 release.

Full demo gameplay by IGN:



After months fueled by speculations and crazy rumors, the PS5 was FINALLY REVEALED!
Yes, it was finally REVEALED and there must be a few people not knowing this by now, I mean the Internet is going NUTS as we all should.

Sony is raising the bar and setting new standards with GREAT reveals.

We saw a new ‘RATCHET AND CLANK’, a new chapter for ‘SPIDER-MAN’, ‘GRAND TURISMO 7’ was also revealed and the s*it is just getting started! ‘HITMAN 3’,  the conclusion of the assassin-trilogy with the most ambitious setting yet – DUBAI!

If that does not impress you, then how about ‘RESIDENT EVIL VIII: VILLAGE’ or ‘DEMON’S SOUL’s’ Remake? AAAAAAND…. ‘HORIZON II: FORBIDDEN WEST’, which may be THE MOST BEAUTIFUL THING EVER!

There is also a new IP from SQUARE ENIX and another published by BETHESDA and lots of fun games; ‘KENA: BIRDGE OF SPIRITS’, ‘LITTLE DEVIL INSIDE’ and MORE.


The PS5 design was revealed and it’s confirmed there’ll be two versions at launch; the traditional console BUT a DIGITAL VERSION aswell (see picture above). No price or exact release date announced yet, but we’ll get there. Even the UI was teased and I see no point in NOT BRINGING THAT UP, it will turn out fabulous.

It’s beautiful designed; looks fresh, modern and FUTURISTIC.

Here’s the full reveal stream, you’ll see everything broadcasted last night:

It may take me a couple of days to share all exciting footage and information with you as I want to take my time and write my thoughts on every single one. In the meantime, here’s a playlist that should cover these. Enjoy!



Estimates point that 6IX9INE’s ‘GOOBA’ – his first music video since released from prison in April – generated aprox. 43 million within the first 24 hours and that makes it a record-breaker.

It became the biggest first day debut for a hip-hop video on the platform. The previous record was held by Eminem’s ‘Killshot’ (released in 2018) – a diss song to Machine Gun Kelly, with 38.1 million views during the same time frame (to be honest, ‘Killshot’ was an audio while ‘Gooba’ is a video).

It’s at above 317 million by now and here it is:

His next project is a new collaboration with Nicki Minaj, named ‘Trollz’ and scheduled to arrive this Friday. Here’s the artwork, taken from his Twitter account.


Curious for more? While you’re here, why not check out their previous collab?