PUBG is getting an update to run at an unlocked framerate on consoles, and that’s great for Xbox Series X.
GamesBeat Decides episode 169 is here and so is the PlayStation 5 … and some other stuff. Please skip that part of the podcast.
Nintendo announced this week that it is finally giving the original Fire Emblem. Yay! But I hope that Nintendo doesn’t stop there.
PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X Backward compatbility isn’t just about old classics — it’s also about support for live-service games.
Surprise! Nintendo is finally releasing the original Fire Emblem in the U.S. via a Switch port on December 4.
The multiplayer update for Beat Saber is available for PC VR and Oculus Quest. PSVR players will have to wait, as that platform’s update has been delayed.
We can complain about its limited availability or half-hearted porting job all we want, but Super Mario 3D All-Stars has become a big success for Nintendo.
Xbox Series X is exactly the console Microsoft needed to build. And I’m taking it as a sign that Microsoft believes in Xbox’s future.
Intellivision showed off the hardware design of its Amico retro game console, complete with a new Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.
PlayStation 5 has liquid metal in it, and that is cool. The GamesBeat Decides crew talks about that and giant heatsinks on this week’s episode. Join us.