Google Unveils Stadia, the Gaming System Without the Console
Google is giving Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony a run for their money. The most powerful Internet search company in the world is forcing its way into the gaming industry with its introduction of Stadia, a streaming service that allows you to stream games on any device that has Google's name on it. The best part is you don't have to shell out extra money on a console.Google is betting on the video game industry with its greatest gaming innovation yet: Stadia.Introduced at the Game Developers Conference Tuesday, Stadia is a streaming service that will work across all devices so long as
Konami Anniversary Collections Coming This Year
Konami is bringing three anniversary collections to all modern platforms this spring and summer. The first will be an arcade collection, featuring 80s arcade classics such as Gradius and Salamander etc. The second and third will bring eight games from the much loved Castlevania and Contra series.In celebration of Konami's 50th anniversary, the company has decided to put forth three retro-collections of games. All three compilations will be due out this spring/summer for the PS4, Switch, Xbox One, and PC.Arcade CollectionThe first collection is an eight-game package that includes nostalgic goodness from their 80s arcade days. The collection is comprised mostly
E3 The Conferences - Sony Playstation
Closing the conference schedule was Playstation's offering or, as they now call it, their E3 Media Showcase. Despite some technical difficulties, on Twitch at least, what was shown was strong. And this was "all about the games" once again, with no presentations by developers, only Shaun Layton appearing to welcome everyone and close out. But what was shown?Kicking off the show was a triple header, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds and a gameplay trailer of Days Gone. Showing off using the environment to work in your favor there was, unfortunately, no release date given.Monster Hunter World,
How do I redeem my game?!
If you're a little confused how digital game downloads work and have no idea what a 'license key' is or how to use it, don't worry - you're not alone! Simply follow the below step-by-step guide and you'll be downloading and playing your game in no time! GAME PLATFORM The first thing you need to know when buying a game is which platform it is on. This will be shown in the top left of the game tile and on the product page under the title image (see images below) You will also be reminded in the shopping cart the platform of