May was a huge month to be a Pokémon fan. Massive amounts of details came out for the upcoming Sun & Moon and Fates Collide, the newest TCG set, dropped and is looking to change the meta. DICE gave a first glimpse of it’s latest entry in the Battlefield series with Battlefield 1. We also had a couple of older games get some well deserved reviews and give you a nice cushion for your ever growing game backlog.

10. DmC: Devil May Cry Definitive Edition Review


The fifth game of the Devil May Cry franchise is a reboot. The Definitive Edition was released for PS4 and Xbox One with all the DLC content and the ability to run at 1080p/60fps. The game comes fresh along with new costumes and game features, like manual targeting. The reboot doesn’t simply follow the original plot of the first game. Rather it is set in an alternate reality from the previous games. With the reboot came a new appearance for Dante…

9. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Review


After the long hiatus since its last installment, Rainbow Six Vegas 2, Team Rainbow is back with Rainbow Six Siege. While the lack of content leaves a significant bit to be desired, the core moment-to-moment gameplay is both challenging and satisfying enough to keep truly competitive PvP players coming back for more…

8. The Fox, the Snake and the Blob – Three Cheap Decks from Fates Collide


Fates Collide offered out three new simple but powerful Pokémon in the form of Delphox, Serperior and Reuniclus, each with their own different – but fun – strategies. All three appeared somewhere in this Fates Collide Set Review

7. Top 10 Female Characters More Interesting Than The Lead


While most Top 10s seek out the “best of”, this week we looked for “the greater than.” It’s difficult to say what makes one character more interesting than another; for this list, we considered several factors – including importance to the story/plot progression, active role, personal characteristics, and backstory…

6. Water Clone Ninjutsu – A Look at Greninja BREAK


One of our favourite Starter Pokémon – Greninja – received its own BREAK Evolution, with an absolutely brilliant ability called Giant Water Shuriken that places 6 damage counters on one of the opponent’s Pokémon by discarding a single Water Energy…

5. Battlefield’s World Premiere Was Bloody Awful

Battlefield's World Premiere Was Bloody Awful

As the counter ticked down, there was a palpable sense of excitement in the air. Twitter was abuzz with various leaks, completely accidental leaks that always seem to show up before these kinds of announcements, thereby always maximizing press coverage…

4. In Defense of Popplio: This Generation’s Least Liked Starter Pokémon


Rowlett, Litten, and Popplio are your new trio of Pokemon to choose from. An owl, a cat, and a sea lion. Sides were immediately chosen, lines were drawn, and war ensued on the battlefield known as the internet, the likes of which you have never seen (not really)…

3. Welcome to the Alola Region – New Pokémon Sun and Moon Gameplay


A new trailer has been released, revealing brand new gameplay footage and information about Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon, now slated for release on 18th November 2016 in the US and Japan, and on 23rd November 2016 in Europe!

2. Madden 17 Release Date And Possible Cover Athlete


Per a press release granted to Forbes contributor, Brian Mazique, Madden 17 will be released on August 23rd, 2016. This date is not surprising since Madden has traditionally been released the third or fourth week of August. Odell Beckham Jr. of the New York Giants looks to be the first back to back cover athlete in Madden history…

1. Twenty of the Best Cards from XY10: Fates Collide


As the latest expansion of the Pokémon Trading Card Game has finally been released, we will be delving into 20 of the best cards to be sought out from XY10: Fates Collide…