I often hear parents say that their child is addicted to video games, and while that isn’t always true, it’s important to note that gaming addiction does exist. The problem lies within the fact that there aren’t many viable treatment options for those that suffer with this condition, as it is not something that is taken seriously.
Microsoft’s Xbox E3 press conference this year was notable for including a number of upcoming exclusives, something the XBox has been sorely lacking in recent years. Announcements were made for anticipated titles such as Gears of Wars 5, Devil May Cry 5, Just Cause 4 (insert joke about sequels here), as well as the highly anticipated Cyberpunk 2077 which generated considerable amounts of hype.
After way too many hours of digging through the depths of the internet and the various threads of speculation posted on reddit, twitter, the ESO forums, and everything in between, I can say with so much certainty that the Elder Scrolls VI will be set in Hammerfell, the Iliac Bay region, and potentially including the entirety of High Rock as well.
During the Bethesda showcase at E3 on Sunday evening, Todd Howard confirmed an earlier report that Fallout 76 would indeed be played entirely online. After the teaser for Fallout 76 premiered Kotaku's Jason Schreier accurately reported that the game would be an "online survival RPG."
This weekend at the much anticipated E3, a trailer for Square Enix's Kingdom Hearts 3 showcasing the world of Frozen was presented, along with a release date. This announcement, which has been thirteen years in the making, is that Kingdom Hearts 3 will be released on January 29, 2019 for the PS4 and Xbox One.
Now that the dust has settled and the majority of folks have had their chance to see Avengers: Infinity War, check out our breakdown of the movie. We go in depth discussing the shocking events and give our thoughts on what we think will happen in part two. Fair warning there are FULL SPOILERS for the movie. If you haven’t seen it then please put this aside until you’ve had the chance to watch it.
E3 is truly the most exciting time of the year for gamers and developers alike. There is a buzz in the air surrounding the event, caused by the hopes of what could be unveiled from all the major companies. One of the best parts about this event is the rampant speculation that can be sparked by the simplest of rumors. Today we take a look at a tweet that has particularly piqued my interest.
Recently, there’s been an inexplicable surge in the house flipping business. Ordinary people are paying upwards of $19.99 to get their certificate from developer Empyrean, a relatively new company on the scene. Here at Ombra Gaming, we had the chance to speak with up and coming House Flipper Kristine on her experience in the field.