Jurassic Park fans are loving life at the moment, with a new movie on the way shortly, and then we've got Jurassic World: Evolution on the 12th June, and now we're getting a Jurassic World Car Pack for Rocket League! What a time to be alive.
Virtual Reality Football Club claims to be the worlds first Virtual Reality football game, and it's currently set to launch worldwide on the 27th February for HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and PlayStation VR.
Rocket League was something of a surprise hit. The basic idea of boost-enabled vehicles, two sides and a ball propelled itself to the top of the Steam charts - and just about every machine it arrived on in the future - the moment it was released.
You've heard of the MOBA, but how about the MOSA? Way of Redemption is trying to make that particular acronym and thing, and we're inclined to go along with it.
Halloween is certainly still a thing. Though the trick or treaters have dwindled in my area, kids and adults alike still use it as an excuse to throw a big party or group up for some straight-to-DVD horror flicks from the bottom shelf of their closest supermarket. Games, however, find plenty of ways to celebrate Halloween, and Rocket League is next.
With the start of a new season comes the start of a new major Rocket League update. The Autumn Update arrives today and once again brings new crates, cars, maps, and plenty of other ways to pass some time in the arena.
We've not sure why it's happened, but it's happened. Rocket League has a movie - sort of. It's not an announcement for a Universal Pictures adaption of everyone's favourite colourful vehicular media since Speed Racer, but it might as well be.
Just like last season and every season before it, Psyonix is tweaking the Rocket League competitive scene a little more with the upcoming Season 6. This time, it'll be like playing competitive for the first time all over again.