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A Look at Xbox Scorpio (As Much As We Can, That Is)

Xbox Scorpio just has a nice ring to it. This system is supposed to be massive and not just for the gaming world. As the rumors have started, in someways it being massive may not always be a good thing. Microsoft has been struggling with the Xbox One since day one.

Video Game Review: KNEE DEEP from Wales Interactive

Knee Deep is a point and click adventure game revolving around a murder mystery. Set in a small backwater town called Cypress Knee in Florida, you control the three main characters as they investigate an actor’s murder, digging deep into a world of political corruption, blackmail, intrigue and even a

Video Game New Releases (10/18/16)

PopCultHQ looks at new releases available today for PC, Xbox One, PS4 and more! Here's a look at what arrives in stores on Tuesday, October 18th... BATMAN: RETURN TO ARKHAM Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment announced that Batman ™ : Return to Arkham will be available from the 21st of

Xbox One Review: Gears of War 4

A good friend of PopCultHQ, and one-time writer for our site, Andrew Smith, got early-access to Gears of War 4, the new release for Xbox One coming this Tuesday, October 11th. Our freelance correspondent wanted to share his experience and thoughts on this FPS with all of you. We've also

Prey – Bethesda Softworks E3 2016 Reveal Trailer

Announced at the 2016 Bethesda Showcase, PREY! Arkane Studios, the team behind the critically acclaimed Dishonored series, is bringing their unique vision to Prey, a first-person sci-fi action game that reimagines the franchise from the ground up… with an added psychological twist. Watch the reveal trailer for Prey! You are Morgan Yu, the

Skyrim Special Edition: 2016 Bethesda Softworks Showcase Presentation Trailer

Bethesda has just wrapped up its LIVE E3 2016 showcase presentation, with the official announcement of the remastered Skyrim special edition for current generation home console systems and PC. As one of the most beloved role-playing games of the last generation (and all-time), it was worth the mostly boring presentation to