Cody Hill

Besides programming and cars, I love video games and I have a huge passion for tech. That's why I'm up to date with every new thing that comes out. In my spare time I write because I enjoy sharing my ideas and thoughts with people.

PUBG Mobile Now Offers a Time-Limited Event Inspired by Resident Evil 2

When Capcom decided to release a remake of Resident Evil 2, older fans seemed happier than the younger generations who haven’t had the chance to play the original. The remake received fairly positive reviews from critics, but it doesn’t seem like it managed to get close to the new generation of players. That is why Capcom has made an excellent marketing move and signed a deal with PUBG Corporation...[Read More]

Age of Wonders: Planetfall Will be Released in August

The gaming community is smart enough to pay attention to details, which is often why the public finds out details about new games even before the developers and publishers confirm it. That was the case with the official release date of the Age of Wonders: Planetfall. The reveal happened on the Reset Era forum where one of the users posted about the appearance of the listing on Steam. Other users s...[Read More]

Operation Grand Heist Coming to Call of Duty Blacks 4 – Here Is What You Need to Know

Call of Duty Black Ops 4 fans, today is the big day! The new season of the game called Operation Grand Heist officially started on PlayStation 4 while PC and Xbox One will follow soon. It is the third in the line of Operations released for CODBO4, and this time it will last for approximately two months. We can expect new content added gradually, but Treyarch did mention what new additions we can e...[Read More]

Cultist Simulator Celebrates a Milestone and Sells 100K Copies

We have always been huge supporters of indie studios, especially those that make unique and innovative games. That is precisely the case with Weather Factory and their Cultist Simulator release, which is a weird Lovecraftian-themed card title that received mostly positive reviews from the community. The studio was established by two gaming employees who used to work at Failbetter, and their biogra...[Read More]

Deck of Ashes Looks Like a Promising Roguelike Card-Based RPG

An ambitious new studio AYGames recently announced its first game called the Deck of Ashes. It is a mixture of RPG and card-based combat, and it should also feature an intriguing story. All that sounds quite interesting, and we are looking forward to trying the Early Access version, which will become available on Steam on April 11th. There is no mention of the price, but the developers did reveal ...[Read More]

Apex Construct’s Sales Soar After Players Mix It up for Apex Legends

Respawn surprised the gaming community with a free-to-play Battle Royale title set in the Titanfall universe – Apex Legends. The initial hype was huge, but it seems that the players’ interest is still at a high level. The game has exceeded the expectations of the developers, which now are working on Season 1 and various post-launch content. In the meantime, confusion among the fans might have cost...[Read More]

Cyberpunk 2077 Won’t Have Microtransactions or Battle Royale Mode

CD Projekt Red received the Steam Award for the Best Developer in 2018, and it was deserved. The Polish company game is best known for The Witcher franchise, but the gaming community eagerly awaits their new title Cyberpunk 2077. Although it has been almost seven years since the official announcement, we still do not have an exact release date. However, it seems to be getting near as the company p...[Read More]

The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening Switch Remake Coming in 2019

The Legend of Zelda is one of the longest-running series out there. It is interesting to note that Nintendo has plenty of gaming franchises whose popularity hasn’t changed despite decades have passed. In the latest Nintendo Direct, the company confirmed that they are planning to release The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening for the Switch console soon. If the title seems familiar, that is because ...[Read More]

Fire Emblem: Three Houses Got a July Release Date for Switch

The newest edition of Nintendo Direct confirmed many new games that will be coming to the Switch console later this year. One of the most interesting announcements is that the Fire Emblem franchise is returning to home consoles. As Nintendo confirmed, the official release date for Fire Emblem: Three Houses is set for July 26th, 2019. It has been more than a decade since the last home console addit...[Read More]

World War Z Set for an April Release – What about System Requirements?

Who is on the mood for a co-op shooter? Although we do think the market is getting a bit overcrowded, there is one game that we are looking forward to seeing it in all its glory. We are glad that Saber Interactive revealed a release date for World War Z. The studio indicated that we can expect the game on April 16th and that they will simultaneously release the full version for PC, Xbox One, and P...[Read More]

Burnout Creators Announce a New Aggressive Racer Dangerous Driving

There have always been two categories of racing games out there. The first category is a simulation, which focuses on faithfully portraying how it looks to race on courses throughout the world. Second, and arguably more fun, focuses on arcade racing with plenty of crashes and high-paced action. Each of the types has its fans, but it is the lovers of the latter that have the reason to be happy toda...[Read More]

Apex Legends Has More Than 25 Million Players; Reaches Peak of 2 Million Concurrent Gamers

When Respawn Entertainment released Apex Legends on January 31st, the initial reaction of the gaming community was confusion. It was a game set in the Titanfall Universe, but without any clue of the Titans. However, that didn’t stop millions to give the new Battle Royale a fair shot, which is why they had more than a million players in only eight hours. The crucial thing for Apex Legends was waiti...[Read More]