SwitchArcade Round-Up: ‘Shantae & the Seven Sirens’ Review, Today’s New Releases, and the Latest Sales Featuring ‘Resident Evil’ and More

Hello gentle readers, and welcome to the SwitchArcade Round-Up for June 2nd, 2020. Not much gaming news right now, perhaps understandably so. We do have one new release to check out, and there is a full review of WayForward’s Shantae and the Seven Sirens for you to peruse at your leisure. We’ve also got a surprisingly decent list of new sales to dig into, with the lowest prices we’ve seen yet on Capcom’s Resident Evil ports. Let’s get to it! Reviews Shantae & the Seven Sirens ($29.99) I have a

Espo announces official pre-launch of its eSports digital staking platform to provide a new way for esports fans, teams and sponsors to collaborate

Espo, the platform where esports fans can stake* world-class teams and players, today announced its official pre-launch and pre-registration of its eSports digital staking platform. Espo has created an answer to limitations and problems faced by fans, teams and players in the esports community. By developing a digital staking platform, Espo is addressing the burning desire of fans to get closer to the action and the aspiration for teams to expand and generate revenue from their fanbase. The London-based Espo is the first-of-its-kind digital staking platform that will create real disruption in the esports

How to Survive and Thrive as a Space Empire in Stellaris: Console Edition

Hello everybody, Daniel Moregård here from Paradox Interactive to offer some tips for navigating the latest update for Stellaris: Console Edition – 2.2 “Le Guin”. Stellaris: Console Edition is the first grand strategy game on consoles and it’s free to play this weekend! As such, you might be thinking, what’s a grand strategy game? What is Stellaris? What is the meaning of life?? Who am I?!? It’s okay – you’re reading a blog post and it’s here to help with at least some of those questions. “Grand strategy” is a

6 Things You Didn’t Know About Project Warlock, Coming to Xbox One June 12

Summary Project Warlock is a love letter to the golden age of classic shooters from the ’90s. Explore 60 vast levels in five settings, from frozen Antarctic base to the sands of Egypt to the medieval castles’ courts and graveyards. See how this game came to be and learn some interesting trivia before it goes live on Xbox One June 12. Hey! My name is Jakub Cisło and I’m the developer behind Project Warlock – a fast-paced, retro shooter inspired by cult-classics such as the original Doom, Hexen, Heretic, or

G2 Esports and AOC Continue to Stay Strong Together

We are happy to announce that we are continuing our journey with AOC as our official monitor partner. We are on a quest to bring crisp and clean viewing experiences to gamers across the globe. Both of our brands have grown massively since we began our partnership and have worked to reach esports fans across the world. Together, we launched the G2 Esports Signature Edition AOC monitor, a beautiful take on the AOC G2590PX. At major esports events around the world, fans played like the pros in 1v1s on AOC monitors.

G2 Esports To Participate In BLAST PREMIER

We are excited to officially announce that we will become a partner team in the inaugural line-up of BLAST Premier, an innovative new global tournament series in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. In 2020, we’ll compete alongside 11 other top-tier CS:GO teams in two seasons for our chance to claim the title of Global champions and $1 Million. The season will start in January with a studio series in central London featuring a unique setup which will allow us to showcase our skills on the server and get closer than ever to the

The internet changed gaming forever. How’s player support keeping up?

“Gaming has changed,” I thought to myself as I slowly maneuvered past the young cosplayers crowding the halls at Gamescom, the largest gaming conference in Europe for players and industry professionals.I thought back to my childhood, and the games I grew up with. Mario and Sonic were still present, I could still find Street Fighter and Fallout merchandise, and FIFA 20 was, somewhat expectedly, huge. But that was pretty much it — the gaming universe I used to know, tucked in between massive displays of games I’ve never heard of.