Square Enix debuted “The Quiet Man” earlier this year at E3. Featuring live action cutscenes and a silent world, players control deaf protagonist Dane. “The Quiet Man”, at least on the first playthrough, is a silent game. There is little to no sound, save for mild impact sounds and indiscernible dialogue. It is as if the player is watching everything occur through a pane of glass or underwater.

Astralis stands above 15 other teams in Chicago as they defeat Team Liquid in the grand finals of the Intel Extreme Masters Chicago “Counter-Strike: Global Offensive” tournament and come one step closer to the Intel Grand Slam.

 On Nov. 12 Marvel Comics writer, editor and universe creator Stan Lee, born Stanley Lieber, passed away in Los Angeles at the age of 95.

The recent reboot of the “Tomb Raider” franchise by Crystal Dynamics has found success with their last two games. They have broken away from the traditional action/puzzle solving type games of old and opting for more survival based Metroidvania style. Sadly, the most recent iteration “Shadow of the Tomb Raider” has dropped the ball as the conclusion of the trilogy.

To those waiting for “Days Gone”, you’re going to have to wait even longer. Sony announced earlier today that the game will be pushed due to the busy release schedule in February.

Fans of Insomniac’s “Spider-Man” have even more content to look forward to as the first of three DLC is set to release on the 23.

On Friday the hit series “The Man in the High Castle” was released on Amazon Prime for its the third season. For those who don’t know what “The Man in the High Castle” is, it’s based off a book by Philip K. Dick where the Axis Powers won World War II and split the United States in two, with the Rocky Mountains being a neutral zone buffer between the two powers.