The Outer Worlds on Nintendo Switch now has a firm release date. The Obsidian developed sci-fi RPG was confirmed to be headed to Nintendo’s hybrid console in the summer of last year ahead of today’s confirmed March launch day. After landing on PS4, Xbox One, and PC in October of 2019, The Outer Worlds is finally making its way to the Switch some five months later. Head below for all the details. expand full story
November 14, 2019
After the successful launch of The Outer Worlds, Obsidian is ready to completely move away from the Fallout formula with its new game, Grounded. After essentially writing the book on open-world Fallout style games and then moving that expertise over to The Outer Worlds IP with great success, Obsidian is going in a completely new direction. It appears to be Fortnite mixed with Honey, I Shrunk the Kids and first person combat thrown in, but it is more of a survival/combat game than a battle royale experience, by the looks of it. You’ll find more details and the debut trailer below the fold. expand full story
November 7, 2019
The Outer Worlds is quickly becoming a sensational hit for many gamers. Bringing an open-ended RGB decision-making game into the sci-fi space was a great move by Obsidian Entertainment. While it has only been available for PlayStation 4, Windows, and Xbox, the game officially has a sort-of release date for your favorite handheld console. The Outer Worlds will be available to play on Nintendo Switch sometime in early 2020, before March 31st.
August 16, 2019
There are a lot of amazing and adorable gaming collectibles out there, but nothing quite like TUBBZ. Numskull’s upcoming toy line features rubber duck versions of all your favorite pop culture characters. From Street Fighter, Batman and Ghostbusters, to Fallout, Destiny, Spyro and the recently unveiled Skyrim duckies, your game room is about to get a whole lot more quackerrific. All the details are down below. expand full story
March 25, 2019
Though No Man’s Sky started a few years ago with much criticism, the game’s latest updates have offered quite an enjoyable experience. I was among the original pre-order customers and have loved what Sean Murray and the team at Hello Games have been bringing to the table. Earlier this month, Hello Games announced No Man’s Sky Beyond, and today there’s a new update to that which brings virtual reality into the mix.
This virtual reality update will allow it to be enjoyed on just about every VR headset from Playstation to Vive through either PS VR or Steam VR. There’s an additional exclusive physical edition for PlayStation shoppers, but the update itself will be free to all who already own the game.
February 23, 2019
In this week’s Best of 9to5Toys: Apple Watch Series 3 Nike+ Cellular models get big discounts from $269, Apple Magic Trackpad 2 hits Amazon all-time low of $99, Apple’s prev-gen. 12.9-inch iPad Pro is now up to $380 off, more…