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Kyle is a Senior Editor here at GamersPack. He's been playing since the 90's and enjoys bringing people the latest news and reviews. He also co-hosts many of our Twitch streams and YouTube videos.

Blizzard confirms new FPS but warns fans not to get too excited

Blizzard has confirmed it is working on a new the mysterious first-person shooter, after someone spotted a new job listing for an unannounced first person shooter on the company's site. The Job listing itself was posted on the main recruitment page on Blizzard.net, and launched the search for a new Lead Software Engineer for a new first person engine. With Overwatch, an first person...

Square Enix teases Hollywood event during Final Fantasy XV launch

After ten years, Final Fantasy XV is only a week away. To mark this momentous occasion, Square Enix is planning one last surprise for the fans, taking place in Hollywood, California. The official tweet that revealed this surprise invites those brave enough to "stop by" the Hollywood and Highland Center on November 29, the day FFXV launches. Hollywood and Highland is a...

Hideo Kojima to finally receive Game Award

After being denied his award at for Metal Gear Soild V: The Phantom Pain at The Game Awards 2015, Hideo Kojima will finally be honored at this year's Game Awards ceremony. Gaming journalist and the host of the annual event, Geoff Keighley, has revealed on his twitter account that The Game Awards are excited to give the legendary creator the Industry...

Cosmic Star Heroine is the 16-bit adventure this generation needs

Zeboyd Games are an independent developer studio that focuses on the classic art style of 16-bit adventure games. Their newest title, Cosmic Star Heroine, takes players on an adventure through a cold futuristic galaxy and asks them to save its inhabitants as the secret government agent, Alyssa. By uncovering a dark conspiracy, Alyssa goes on an action-packed journey across amazingly detailed...

Zelda: Breath of the Wild might not make it to Switch launch

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, one of the most anticipated Nintendo titles in recent history, may not be available when the Switch launches in March of 2017. The delay was originally reported on by known Nintendo source Emily Rogers. Due to setbacks in the schedule, the game's localization won't be finished until December 2016. Breath of the Wild is...

Sony shows how to open the PS4 Pro, change HDD without voiding warranty

Sony has posted a video on the PlayStation blog to show the interior design of the all-new PlayStation 4 Pro. The video also shows how you can replace your 1TB HDD without voiding the warranty. Take note that further opening your new console, and removing the anti-tempering stickers might void your warranty. Much like the original PS4, the PS4 Pro is not compatible...

HTC Vive goes wireless thanks to an add-on by TPCAST

HTC has announced a new tether-less VR upgrade kit for the HTC Vive, made by TPCAST. This new add-on will allow users to roam freely around their game-space, without the fear of tripping over cables. The current version of device will come with a small battery that will last for an hour and a half of gameplay. A bigger battery will...

Diablo 3 anniversary brings original Diablo, Necromancer class

Blizzard is bringing new (and old) content to Diablo 3 in celebration of the original Diablo's 20 years anniversary. Blizzcon 2016 brought a wealth of news to the Diablo community, including the fact that players would now be able to experience the original Diablo in the Darkening of Tristram content patch. The exact contents of the retro patch have yet to be detailed,...

HTC launches Viveland VR Arcade in Taiwan

HTC, Syntrend, and the tech developers at SteelSeries and AMD have partnered together to open a new VR Arcade. The arcade is called HTC Viveland, and is located in Taipei, the capitol of Taiwan. The new arcade currently supports over 20 different experiences in a 330 square meter facility that mixes traditional virtual reality with the newer methods of mixed or...

Titanfall 2 review: Clash of the Titans

Titanfall 2 review
As the sequel to one of the most ambitious first-person shooters of 2014, Titanfall 2 and its developers at Respawn Entertainment had an immense task ahead of them. Not only were they challenged with addressing the complaints gamers had of the original title's multiplayer, but they also had to keep pushing forward with a brand new single-player experience. Thankfully, after...

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