Charles Singletary Jr.

Charles Singletary Jr.

I'm a Birmingham, AL raised author, journalist, and gaming enthusiast currently residing in San Antonio, TX. My work has appeared on Vice/Motherboard, Playboy, Pixelkin, The Koalition, ZAM, and other websites. You can also find my words in the print publication Vie Magazine. My gaming story starts way back in diapers with me avoiding my mom so I could play my NES, took a big turn when my uncle gave me his son's copy of Final Fantasy VII, and has evolved in a huge way over the years since. It continues to be written and I'm finding joy on every page.

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Ghost Recon Breakpoint courts content creators with Delta Company

Ghost Recon Breakpoint developers are setting the stage for community engagement with the newly revealed Delta Company. The platform will provide resources for content creators, streamers, tournament organizes, and community managers.

Breath of the Wild gets a sequel, Animal Crossing: New Horizons delayed

Nintendo's Direct livestream for E3 2019 was filled with rapid-fire announcements. A new Zelda game was teased, No More Heroes 3 was announced, Banjo-Kazooie and Dragon Quest 11's hero join Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and a whole lot more.

Marvel’s Avengers is a multiplayer action game that unravels over multiple years

Square Enix revealed Marvel's Avengers during the E3 2019 showcase and it's a co-op action game is being developed by Crystal Dynamics. It will unfold over multiple years with regular updates featuring free playable characters and regions.

Outriders is the new third-person shooter from the developers behind Bulletstorm

Square Enix's E3 2019 showcase was filled to the brim with JRPGs but a new project from the developers behind Bulletstorm changed up the pace. The game is a third-person co-op shooter for up to three players and it will launch in 2020.

Final Fantasy 7 Remakes offers real-time combat, a play on turn-based commands

The release date for Final Fantasy 7 Remake is set in stone, so Square Enix used its showcase to explain how combat works. Viewers were thentreated to looks at new areas, vehicle combat, new characters, and more.

Ubisoft’s new Uplay+ PC gaming subscription service will work with Google Stadia

Ubisoft revealed a monthly Uplay subscription service dedicated to PC gamers that will include premium editions of games and more. If you don't have the PC to run these games, you'll be able to access the subscription with Google Stadia.