Cody Perez

Cody Perez

Cody is that stereotypical nerdy otaku guy. He loves everything Japanese from niche visual novels like 999 and Kara no Shoujo to JRPG’s to anime like Guilty Crown and Tokyo Ghoul. When he's not here doing your daily game guides, you can find him reviewing anime for IGN and Fandom Post. He can be found wandering around anime conventions and premieres so he's always down to say hello. If you're looking to connect with him or just want to chat about games and anime, hit him up on Twitter.
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Gaming

The ‘Fortnite’ sky rift is closing and rumored to disappear next week

Fortnite's giant sky rift that has lit up the sky for the entirety of season 5 is slowly closing and is rumored to completely disappear next week. Find out what's happening and why it is here.
Gaming

The ‘Fortnite’ Heavy Sniper Rifle is coming soon to shake up Battle Royale

The Fortnite Heavy Sniper Rifle is rumored to be coming soon to the game and will shake up Battle Royale gameplay significantly. This powerful beast will be one of the strongest weapons in the entire game.
Gaming

Fortnite's latest challenge tests your golf skills under fire. Here's how to complete it

One of the new weekly challenges this week is the Fortnite hit a golf ball from tee to green challenge. We are going to guide you through where to find the golf ball and tees and how to successfully hit it to the right location.
Gaming

‘God of War’ New Game+ adds a steeper challenge to the game in a free update

The God of War New Game+ release date has been announced for later this month as a free download for PS4 players. The free download will allow players to restart their journeys with stronger enemies and more.
Gaming

Fortnite’s latest update adds a beastly shotgun and sweetens the game on Switch

Fortnite's latest patch update adds a double barrel shotgun, optimizations for Switch, and a new game mode with an unpredictable storm that'll surely kill players caught unawares.
Android Army

‘Fortnite Battle Royale’ is coming to Android, but not the Google Play Store

Fortnite is coming to Android, but not in the way you'd expect. Instead of listing itself on the Google Play store, the game's developer will ask players to download it directly from their website.