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Killatia At E3 2017 Agents of Mayhem Interview

by killatiaon July 3, 2017
Killatia checks out the kickass spin-off of Saint Rows: Gat Out of Hello Agents of Mayham, with Lead Animator Mike Jungbluth

E3 2017 Preview | Elex

by David Pooleon June 27, 2017
During E3 2017, THQ Nordic invited GotGame once again to check out Piranha Bytes’ upcoming action RPG, Elex. The game was shown to us at last year’s E3, but THQ Nordic wanted to show just how far the development has come. Elex is a brand new IP that merges science fiction, fantasy, and medieval elements […]

Killatia At E3 2017 Astro A10 Headet Intervie

by killatiaon June 26, 2017
Killatia talks to Astro Gaming’s Marlon Sherman about it A10 wired headset, a headset to durable you can chuck it at the wall and it still works. And yes the Rick and Morty pic has nothing to do with the headset but it was too cute not to use as a thumbnail

Killatia At E3 2017 Hyperkin’s Duke Xbox One Windows 10 Controller

by killatiaon June 21, 2017
Remeber last year’s Brute controller? The Xbox one and PC controller made by Hyperkin? Well here is the new successor to that controller call The Duke, a throwback to the first Xbox controller ever made. Here’s the interview to the original Brute controller: https://gotgame.com/2016/06/24/killatia-e3-2016-brute-xbox-one-controller-hyperkin-products-interview/

E3 2017 Preview | Dragon Ball FighterZ

by David Pooleon June 17, 2017
Bandai Namco was kind enough to give GotGame some time to check out their new collaboration with Arc System Works, Dragon Ball FighterZ. Arc System Works, best known for their Guilty Gear and BlazBlue series, are no strangers to stylishly animated fighting games. Dragon Ball FighterZ is no different, using what they like to call […]

E3 2017 Preview | Life is Strange: Before the Storm

by David Pooleon June 16, 2017
Square-Enix had a surprise hit with Life is Strange, the episodic game with consequential decision making. Dontnod developed a great story with an excellent visual style, great acting, and a fantastic rewind function. Fans worldwide loved the emotional storyline and the memorable characters, and while Dontnod continues to develop a sequel, Deck Nine was given […]

Conan Exiles heads to Xbox One with free expansion

by Charlie Grammeron June 15, 2017
Funcom was thrilled to announce that Xbox One gamers will soon find themselves in the naked land of Conan Exiles, forced to survive under the open sky. The title will be heading to Xbox One Game Preview on August 16, 2017, and the team was also excited to announce that it will receive a free […]

E3 2017 | GotGame Predictions for Microsoft

by David Pooleon June 9, 2017
Due to some updated information from an inside source, our Microsoft predictions had a slight delay. Nonetheless, we still have a few predictions for Microsoft’s press conference this Sunday. Microsoft themselves have probably had the least significant changes among the big three hardware companies. They released the Xbox One S console last year, the first […]

Review | Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series – Episode 2: Under Pressure

by David Pooleon June 9, 2017
The second episode of Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series is finally here, further expanding Telltale’s take on the universe. After the first excellent episode, it raised expectations for the second episode to continue with that momentum. With the plot well underway, episode two gets to carry the story further and even expands on […]

The Town of Light has arrived on console and PC

by Charlie Grammeron June 8, 2017
LKA.it and Wired Productions were excited to announce that The Town of Light has arrived on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via digital form and physical form, the latter of which is delivered thanks to a partnership with THQNordic. This title, for those unaware, is a first-person psychological adventure game with a solemn and […]

Review | The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series – A New Frontier: Episode 5

by David Pooleon June 2, 2017
Telltale Games has had a long career in crafting stories based on various franchises. One could argue that they didn’t really hit their stride until they released The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series. Over the past few years, fans have grown to love the Telltale spin on Robert Kirkman’s zombie infested universe. The emotional storytelling, […]