Yes, love works in mysterious ways as it indeed finds a way even in the most unlikely of places. That is what happened to a couple who fell in love while playing "Final Fantasy XIV" that eventually led to them marrying each other.
"Sea of Thieves" is one of the most anticipated games for PC and Xbox One this year. With this, the things that one can expect in the game are discussed.
"Marvel vs Capcom" has been one of the most popular video games of all-time. Now, reports suggest that it will be on a grand comeback.
"Minecraft: Pocket Edition" sure knows how to keep the fire burning, as it unveils a new villager trading patch.
"Pokemon Go" has just unveiled to the world the big Gen 2 update, which introduced 80 new Pokemon. However, as the update was released, the game's trading feature has been removed.
Presidents Day is one of the best times to grab a console or gaming deal. This year is no exemption, as the PlayStation 4 Slim, Xbox One S and other big game titles are subject to low prices.
"Harvest Moon 64" will soon be released in the Wii U platform. However, it is reported it would not be playable on the upcoming Nintendo Switch console.
Nintendo tried to bring back the former glory of Super Mario with the latest mobile game, "Super Mario Run". It really wasn't a success which is why a new Friendly Run event is put on plan.
"Injustice 2" will soon be out for mobile gamers. But what can gamers expect from it?
More and more talks about the release of the much-anticipated game, "Red Dead Redemption 2", has been swirling everywhere. Now, the chance of it appearing at E3 2017 is probable.
"Ghost Recon: Wildlands" is indeed one of the most anticipated video games this year. To catch up with the hype, Ubisoft announces the PC requirements to play the game.
"Pokemon Go" has just released its first ever big-time update, named as the Gen 2 update. Here are the top 3 strongest Pokemon that you'll surely want to catch.
One player manages to cheat through the "Overwatch" gameplay. However, he ends up getting savagely owned by pro gamers.
The developer of the successful "God of War" games, SonySanta Monica, was just reported to have cancelled a big sci-fi game. This happened amidst the recent leaks that went out.