Warning: This anime will might just make you cry. »
If you had a week off, you might relax. You mind unwind. You probably wouldn’t create a Golem cosplay. Maybe you would. I’m not you. I don’t know what you think. »
Late last month Sega released their newest mobile game: Hortensia Saga. But unlike many free-to-play mobile games, this one has an expansive fantasy plot to back up its addictive gameplay. »
Twitter is kinda terrible sometimes. It enables people of all types and backgrounds to come together and get really, really angry at each other, and somehow many of us lose hours to the damn thing every day. These talking mountains, though? They brighten the place right up.
Australia. Land of open spaces, beautiful beaches, dangerous animals and...storms that flood warehouses containing boxed copies of major upcoming video game releases. »
Weston Reid is a concept artist who has worked for companies like CCP and Tripwire. He’s currently helping out at Hi-Rez Studios on Smite. »
Grand Theft Auto V, meet Half-Life 2. Half-Life 2, this is Grand Theft Auto V. You two should get along just fine. »
One of the best things about the DS was the fact it was region-free. One of the worst things about the 3DS is the fact it isn’t. Or, at least, it wasn’t. »
In order to give reviewers an idea of what they can do with crystals in the new Marvel Comics action RPG Future Fight, developer Netmarble provided special builds packed with more than $9,000 worth of in-game currency. Just a tad bit overboard. »
We’ve seen a lot of deals on Shadow of Mordor lately, but if you still haven’t taken the plunge, Amazon has it for PS4 and Xbox One for just $20 right now. »
On today’s Highlight Reel we have Battlefield head shots, Rocket League goals, dudes named Steve, clown cars, demonic dentistry and much more!
When Riot unveiled its tribunal system for League of Legends in 2011, it sounded like one of the most ambitious plans to improve standards in a gaming community a developer had tried. Inviting players to participate in a democratic process to judge their peers seemed groundbreakingly egalitarian. Oftentimes, it was.
But only because the game won’t let me kiss Goku. Damn these violent games getting in the way of my dreams. »
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