Pokemon Moon and Sun Are Confirmed. Coming Later This Year.

The logos leaked yesterday, but the games have officially been confirmed this morning during the Pokemon Direct. Unfortunately, Nintendo had nothing to show us from the next installment other than some concept art. We don’t know if Pokemon will take place in space or not, since there was no setting shown either. Nintendo will have more information on the next Pokemon games as the year progresses.

Pre-orders for Pokemon Sun and Moon have already been opened from the following retailers:

This will be the first brand new entry to the series since Pokemon X & Y in 2013. Check out the trailer above.

Source for pre-order news: My Nintendo News

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Resident Evil 4, 5, and 6 Are Coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One

I hope you’re not tired of ports, because remakes and ports are not going anywhere anytime soon.

In the latest of video game port news, Capcom has announced this morning that Resident Evil 4, 5, and 6 will be coming to Xbox One and PS4 this year. Check out the trailer above and here is the schedule for all three games:


If you have not played Resident Evil 4 yet, for some reason, I strongly recommend you do.

Source: YouTube

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Could New Pokemon Games Be Announced Soon?


Two logos for what are being called Pokemon Moon and Pokemon Sun have been discovered today in the European Union’s  trademark database. With accompanying logos and not just names of the games, this very well may be what Nintendo will announce during tomorrows Nintendo Direct Pokemon special.

With this small bit of information, could Pokemon be going to space? If so, this could be a very cool change in scenery. If not space then each game will for sure revolve around one Pokemon that gets its power from the moon and the other from the sun. Be sure to tune in to the Nintendo Direct Pokemon special tomorrow at 10am Eastern to find out.

Source: NeoGAF 

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The BioShock Collection Has Been Rated in Brazil


The BioShock collection has resurfaced, but this time on the Brazil Advisory Rating Board website. A listing appeared on a South African retailer’s website last year for pre-order.

All 3 games will be included: BioShock, BioShock 2, and BioShock Infinite. The South African retailer had the collection listed to appear only on PS4 and Xbox One, but the new listing from Brazil includes PC, PS3, and Xbox 360.

An official announcement has not yet been made, but there is no doubt it will come soon enough.

Source: Gamespot

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The Division Open Beta Kicks Off February 18th


You get one last chance to experience The Division before it drops in March. It will be for free so all you will have to do is download the application on your PC, Xbox One, or PS4 and you’re good. There is a little bit of a catch as the beta will be available on the Xbox One 24 hours before its available on PS4 and PC. If you are on PS4 or PC you will be granted access on Feb. 19th. The open beta will conclude on the 21st.

There will be a new mission added as well as an exclusive reward to claim when the full game launches in March 8th. Check out The Division website for more details.

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EVO 2016 Lifts Ban on DualShock 4 Controllers

Pad players rejoice! Competitors will have a bit more freedom when deciding what device they want to use. DualShock controllers were originally banned due to their bluetooth capabilities, but with that said there are some rules if you choose to go this route.

DualShock users must make sure their controller is no longer synced to the system. This will make sure that no one interferes with competition. Anyone that does not follow this rule with be disqualified from the tournament.

If you prefer DualShock controller and would like to compete on the biggest stage in fighting games, make sure you get your practice in. If you’re unsure on how to desync your controller from a PS4, check out the video below.

EVO 2016 takes place July 15-17 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Source: Shoyuken

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Rocket League Could Possibly Hit Xbox One This Month


Psyonix recently stated that the game could definitely be out this month via a fan tweet reply on Twitter.

The game is currently in the certification process at Xbox, but Psyonix is aiming for a mid-February release date.

Rocket League on Xbox One still doesn’t have a solid release date, but we can expect it soon enough it seems.

Source: Destructoid

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