Coming off the success of last year’s Resident Evil 2 remake, the new Resident Evil 3 falls short of expectations.
Sony held an all-digital event on Thursday, June 11 named “The Future of Gaming,” revealing many of the games coming to the PlayStation 5 as well as the design of its next generation console.
AEW ran its second pay-per-view event of the year, with the crowning of an all-new championship title and a crazy match taking place across an entire football stadium.
Warrior Wrestling 7 featured some major talent on the card with an incredible main event match.
All Elite Wrestling returned to the Sears Centre outside of Chicago the night before Thanksgiving for its first “Dynamite” television taping at that arena.
King Diamond came to Chicago for “The Institute North American Tour.”
Gears 5 firmly establishes a new face of the franchise but also adds a bad microtransaction model for its multiplayer while struggling with limited content during a rough post-launch period.
The first ever pay-per-view for MLW featured a variety of matches and a fantastic main event for the world title.
This year’s Riot Fest featured a day of thrash metal with Slayer’s last show ever in Chicago.
Warrior Wrestling held its sixth event over the Labor Day weekend.
Khemmis stopped in Chicago on a Friday night for their North American Desolation MMXIX tour.
One of Impact’s biggest events of the year took place in Dallas, Texas with several titles contested and an intergender match in the main event.
New Japan started its 29th annual G1 tournament for the first time ever in the U.S.
The Texas-based VIP Wrestling ran its latest show over a big wrestling weekend in the state.
Backtrack played their last show in Chicago at Beat Kitchen.