Star Wars: Battlefront Stormtrooper teaser art points towards November 17 launch too
Activision confirms Skylanders 5, Call of Duty 2015, "unannounced initiatives" during quarterly presentation
Heart Machine will release Hyper Light Drifter on PC in 2015, consoles may slip to 2016
Shigeru Miyamoto confirms that Pikmin 4 is in development
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Video Game Release Calendar Changelog #4: The 2015 Calendar is Taking Shape
Daily Scoop: April 20, 2015 – Another awesome event finished!
Pre-order Halo 5: Guardians from GameStop and get a special Spartan Locke Armor Set
Heroes of the Storm open beta begins May 19, just ahead of official launch on June 2
Life Is Strange: Episode 3 will be released in May
Author: Warp Zoned Staff
Some of us will be playing Mortal Kombat, some of us will be playing Shovel Knight, and some of us will be playing both during the month of April. But that’s not all – there are a few other games we’re excited about, too! Read on to see what the Warp Zoned crew has on their plates for April. (more…)
The Warp Zoned crew was mostly digging into their backlogs in the cold month of March! Some of us did get to play new games at PAX East, as well as game jam games, but for the most part, we were all just hibernating. Read on to see what we played to pass the time! (more…)
Most of the big publishers chose to skip the 2015 edition of PAX East and even those that did attend (like Nintendo and Microsoft) kept their most anticipated projects home. But that didn’t stop a wide variety of indie developers from setting up shop in the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center to wow the assembled masses. These developers set the tone for this year’s expo, which featured a heavy focus on games that attempted to reinterpret classic gameplay concepts for a new generation of players. And the crazy thing is that many of the developers hyping these games looked like they would have been in diapers the first time I fired up an SNES.
It was a welcome sight with the rest of the industry pivoting away from those types of games and towards a competition to see who can push the most polygons. So if you were a fan of gaming in the NES, Super NES, and Genesis days, this PAXpocalypse List is for you. Because these are the games we would have played over and over again if some horrible snow storm had trapped us inside the convention center beyond the last day of the expo. (more…)
The Games of March 2015
March is a crazy month. Some of us are excited about the new releases, while others are not very impressed at all. How do you feel about March? Read on to see if you agree with the Warp Zoned crew as they talk about what they want to play this month! (more…)
The Warp Zoned crew was all over the place in February! The only thing we could agree on was how much we love Pokemon. Well, two of us, at least. It was a good month to dip into backlogs, though, because most of us were pretty snowed in. We’re looking forward to the Spring thaw, but until then, read on to see what we played in this icy month! (more…)
I think Warp Zoned’s staff can agree on one thing: Evolve looks pretty amazing. Other than that, there’s not much happening, except for The Order: 1886, obviously. Read on to find out what we plan to spend our money and time on in this short month! (more…)
Warpback: What We Played in January 2015
One thing is certain: there was a lot of mileage put on Wii Us here at Warp Zoned in the month of January. We played a little bit of Toad, a little bit of Kart, and a whole lot of Smash! There was also some Pokemon, and a bunch of iOS gaming. Read on to find out the full list of what we played in January! (more…)
With the PS4 and Xbox One entering their first full year on store shelves, 2014 turned out to be a bit of a transition year. A lot of games were delayed into 2015 and a few others were delayed even further. With the other two consolemakers taking a step back in 2014, it was Nintendo’s time to shine and the wizards behind the Wii U responded with nearly a dozen major titles. But that doesn’t mean the PS4 and the Xbox One (or the PS3 and Xbox 360, for that matter) went hungry in 2014.
There were plenty of great games to go around last year and you can read all about them as we hand out our annual Golden Pixel Awards… (more…)