LUMO Announced by Rising Star Games for Nintendo Switch this October

Rising Star Games announces global digital and physical retail release of the isometric platform adventure on Nintendo Switch


LONDON, UK – 7 September 2017 – Videogame publisher Rising Star Games, in collaboration with developer Triple Eh? Ltd. and developer Spiral House, today announced that the acclaimed title Lumo is soon to be available for Nintendo Switch digitally via Nintendo eShop and also as a physical retail release. Lumo is currently scheduled for global availability October 2017. read more

Nintendo and Post Consumer Brands Team Up for a ‘Super’ Cereal Promotion

500 Chances to Win a Nintendo Switch System and Super Mario Odyssey Game

REDMOND, Wash.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Breakfast has always been the most important meal of the day. Now it’s a great meal for anyone who wants a chance to win a Nintendo Switch video game system. This fall, fans can enter codes found in specially marked packages of Post cereals for a chance to win one of 500 Nintendo Switch Prize Packs, consisting of a Nintendo Switch system and the Super Mario Odyssey game. read more

DESTINY 2 Partners with Rockstar Energy Drink and Pop-Tarts for Worldwide September Launch

SANTA MONICA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Bungie and Activision Publishing, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Activision Blizzard, Inc. (NASDAQ: ATVI), announced Destiny 2’s 2017 partnerships with global brand, Rockstar Energy Drink, as well as Pop-Tarts toaster pastries. Partnering brands will feature their own custom-tailored offers to celebrate the Sept. 6 launch of Destiny 2 on PlayStation 4, and Xbox One (PlayStation Plus or Xbox Live Gold subscription, respectively, required for significant features), the sequel to the biggest new console video game franchise launch of all-time. For the first time, Destiny 2 will also be available for PC on October 24 via, Blizzard Entertainment’s online gaming service. read more

Quarantine Review for PC

Quarantine by developer Sproing is a turn-based strategy game based around the concept of working to prevent a global disease from infecting too many people. This is a trite comparison, but it’s basically the opposite of Plague, Inc. With all the world’s major cities to choose from, a variety of disease types and operatives, as well as a few challenging choices that the player must make for each subsequent turn, one would think that the game should be a lot more deep and enjoyable than it ends up being in the long run. read more