Actually Getting A PS5 Upon Release? Play These Games First!

What's not to be excited about? Finally a new console generation is here with mind-blowing new worlds to explore, realism, raytracing, and all released by tomorrow! Sure, there's updated and smoothed out versions to some great new games that also just released on the PS4, but first impressions are everything. Here are three games to... Continue Reading →

Top Games for Halloween 2020

Halloween is Saturday Night! Maybe you're staying in but still honoring the holiday with some good ol' fashion gaming. If you're gearing up for pure horror or just a frightfully good time, here is an up to date list of what you need to play: Visage SadSquare Studio deserves a lot of praise for what... Continue Reading →

Top Horror Shows to Watch This Fall

This Fall came with some better additions to our Horror TV list as fans will get to see three of the biggest shows this season. This came as a surprise as we have expected a light showing for new content this upcoming season, however, pandemic complications with filming haven’t affected three of these established shows.... Continue Reading →

New PS Plus Games for September Out Now

This Tuesday marks this month's giveaways to PS Plus members and are available for download all month. September's free games will be a hit with the battle royale fans and the competitive types as members get Street Fighter V and PUBG: Player Unknown's Battle Ground free to play. Personally, I haven't given PUBG a chance... Continue Reading →

PS Plus Free Games Feb 2020

Its that time again for PS Plus Members and February shows tremendous value while repeating the three games in one deal for one of their choices, plus this month includes two more titles additionally.  If you haven't already seen, you'll get Bioshock: The Collection (which is 3 games), Sims 4, and Firewall: Zero Hour which... Continue Reading →

Gost, Black Metal Synthwave

Not to be confused with the popular rock band with the face painted pope, and spelled without the "h", Gost came to the scene with a familiar but heavier sound closely related to the Synthwave genre.  As the band's popularity grew, Gost's direction took an even heavier sound inspired by Black Metal music and has... Continue Reading →

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