One of the biggest news from Nintendo at this year’s E3 is that they are making a sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

Oh, did I mentioned that I just bought a Nintendo Switch last month? Yes, I know I’m late to the game but better late then never. And I’ve been playing Breath of the Wild non-stop. To the extend that I don’t have time to try out other great games on the Switch.

From the look of the announcement, I think we are still several years away from the actual launch date. I’m guessing at least 2 years. Can’t wait!

Put down everything that you are doing now and head over to EA Origin’s website to get The Sims 4 absolutely free!

This is only valid until 28 May 2019, 10am PDT. (Singapore 29 May, 1am) There’s no catch. All you need is a EA Origin account which you can create for free.

Note that this is just the Standard edition. The Deluxe edition cost $56.90.

Say goodbye to Game Discs. Microsoft just release the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition for those who prefer to find and play their games digitally. No more worries about finding space to keep store your Game Disc or Marie Kondo visiting you.

The Xbox One S All-Digital Edition comes bundled with Minecraft, Forza Horizon 3 and Sea of Thieves.

The Xbox One S All Digital Edition will be launching in Singapore in May 2019 at S$368.

The Xbox One S All-Digital Edition is also great for those who subscribe to the Xbox Game Pass which gives you access to over 100 games. If you haven’t tried Xbox Game Pass, join today and get your first three months of Xbox Game Pass membership for just S$1.

New titles are constantly being added to the Game Pass. For the month of May 2019, Xbox Game Pass subscribers can look forward to the following new titles being added:

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus (May 2)
Wargroove (May 2)
Descenders 1.0 (May 7)
Surviving Mars (May 9)
Tacoma (May 9)
Black Desert (May 9)
For the King (May 10)
The Surge (May 16)
LEGO Batman 3 (May 16)

GameStart 2018 will be happening this weekend, 13 & 14 October 2018, at Suntec Convention Centre. This is the 5th year that GameStart is bringing exciting content for everyone, including game showcases and previews, tabletop gaming, esports, indie games, retro gaming, and cosplay. Esports fans can gear up for exciting competition as SEA Major (SEAM) 2018 plays host to more international tournaments. Mobile esports also takes centerstage as SEA Mobile Major (SEAMM) plays host to the very first Shadowverse Contenders Cup for the Southeast Asia & Oceania region.
SEA Major (SEAM) 2018, one of the largest fighting game tournaments in Asia, returns to GameStart 2018 bigger and better! Expect to see high-level tournament action, as top players from around the world convene to fight for over USD 60,000 in prizes! This year is extra special, as SEA Major will play host pitstops for four major events – the Capcom Pro Tour Asia Finals, Tekken World Tour Master event, one of only 7 Dragon Ball FighterZ World Tour SAGA events, and the only ArcRevo World Tour event announced for Southeast Asia.
The inaugural Shadowverse SEAO Contenders Cup, where the top 4 players in the South East Asia Oceania (SEAO) Region fight for the right to represent the region at the Shadowverse World Grand Prix in Japan, for a top prize of USD 1,000,000, will also be held during GameStart 2018.

GameStart 2018 will see its most diverse offerings to date, with mobile and PC games having a bigger presence at the convention. Exhibitors and sponsors for GameStart 2018 include The Walt Disney Company Southeast Asia, who will be exhibiting at GameStart for the first time, Japanese mobile giant Cygames; Mihoyo, publisher of popular mobile game Honkai Impact 3; WB Games, Taipei Game Show, Battlebrew Productions, 3DSense and gaming apparel brand Xmashed Gear. Returning fan favourites such as the GameStart TableTop, GameStart Cosplay Runway and Doujin Market, Singapore’s largest community curated youth arts and illustration fair.
Tickets and official merchandise for GameStart 2018 are available for sale at gamestart.asia/ticketing

The Singapore Toy, Game & Comic Convention 2017 is happening this weekend at Marina Bay Sands. Happening between 9 and 10 September, STGCC promises an entertaining weekend of pop culture and comic wonderland for both fun-loving families and passionate gamers, featuring the best of local and international toys, games, comics, anime and collectibles, topped with an exciting line-up of guests and personalities.

On top of the usual line-up of activities, STGCC will also be introducing new zones such as Star Wars: Experience the Force @ STGCC to get fans excited about the upcoming Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Explore an entire zone specially dedicated to Star Wars at STGCC, where fans will be offered the chance to get up close and personal with fan-built vehicle replicas, games, releases and collectibles. Be transported to a galaxy far, far away and check out the half-scaled replica of Kylo Ren’s TIE Silencer, a fan-built film replica of the interior of the Millennium Falcon and a fan-built Rey’s Speeder autographed film director by J.J. Abrams.
For the first time ever, STGCC is hosting the Good Game Experience (GGXP)​, offering gaming fans an exhilarating programme of entertainment and tournaments. Taking up an entire exhibition hall, GGXP features a host of local and regional game publishers – supporting and celebrating their love for games, and honouring outstanding Indie Game Developers through the Good Game Awards (GGA) 2017​.
The convention will be headlined by renowned illustrator and animator Hiro Kanzaki​ (JP)​, making STGCC his first ever convention outside Japan. Other international star attendees include beloved cosplay stars Iori Moe​ (JP)​ and Siu Tao (HK), ​returning fan favourites such as Marvel comic book artist, Adi Granov​ (US),​ rising star and DC Comics artist, Mirka Andolfo​ (IT)​, and American comic book writer and artist David Mack​ (US). Hailing from our home ground, 6 Eisner Award Nominee Sonny Liew​ (SG)​ will also be making an appearance at STGCC.
Visit STGCC website for more info.