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Gameverse | July 5, 2020

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About Matthew Byrd

Matthew Byrd

Matthew Byrd

Matthew Byrd covers the gaming industry including indies, consoles, PCs, iOS and Android apps, as well as topics related to entertainment and technology.

Posts By Matthew Byrd

Half-Life: Alyx – The $1500 Video Game You’ll Probably Never Play

March 23, 2020 |

Half-Life: Alyx was released today in what feels like one of the strangest watershed moments in recent video game history.

Alyx is the first new official entry into the Half-Life narrative released in the last 13 years. For so … Read More

What Happens to the Used Games Market When GameStop Fails?

March 20, 2020 |

GameStop has been making headlines recently due to their controversial coronavirus policies. Among other things, GameStops seem to be dangerously unprepared to meet basic safety precautions tied to the coronavirus outbreak. They’re also reportedly prepared to defy state closure … Read More

Six 100 Hour Single-Player Games (That Are Worth Your Time)

March 17, 2020 |

The spread of the coronavirus has forced many people to stay in their homes in an effort to limit the impact of this potentially deadly disease. In turn, this has led to millions of people looking for ways to … Read More

What Does the Perfect Cloud Gaming Service Look Like?

March 13, 2020 |

With Google Stadia failing and Nvidia’s streaming service struggling to get off the ground, many people are starting to doubt the future of cloud gaming. To be honest, their concerns may be legitimate.

Still, all of these concerns leave … Read More

Forget Grand Theft Auto. I Miss Rockstar’s Other Games

February 28, 2020 |

As rumors circulate that Rockstar is preparing to reveal a new game, most eyes turn towards Grand Theft Auto 6. That’s understandable. Not only is the Grand Theft Auto franchise one of the best and biggest in gaming but … Read More

Xbox Series X Proves Console Wars Are Good For Everyone

February 27, 2020 |

We’ve spoken before about the sales figures for games and the sales figures of some of the best consoles of all-time. However, it’s important to remember that when it comes to console wars, sales only tell part of the … Read More

Will Greed Kill Cloud Gaming Before it Has a Chance?

February 22, 2020 |

Some interesting things happened in the world of cloud gaming over the last couple of weeks which you may not have noticed but need to know about.

The first was the official release of Nvidia’s GeForce NOW streaming service. … Read More

Can the PS5 Survive a $500 Price Tag?

February 21, 2020 |

Reports indicate that Sony is struggling to finalize the PS5’s price. The data is unconfirmed at this time, but it sounds like the current costs of manufacturing a PS5 is about $450 a unit. The problem is that Sony … Read More

Can Dreams Ever Be as Successful as Minecraft?

February 16, 2020 |

It’s sometimes annoying to start every conversation about Dreams with an explanation about what Dreams is. Then again, Dreams is so ambitious and unique that you really have to make sure that everyone is on the same page whenever … Read More

Can E3 Live On as a Video Game Fan Convention?

February 13, 2020 |

This week made it clearer than it ever has been before that E3 is not (and maybe never will be again) the event that it once was.

This week, video game presenter and personality Geoff Keighley announced that he … Read More