The Story Behind League of Legend's Newest Hero Is, Once Again, Nonsense

Riot released an animated short yesterday that gives a backstory for The Bard, League of Legends' newest incoming champion. Like all things League, the film is very cool. So cool, in fact, that you might find yourself thinking: "Hey, I bet this game has a killer story!" But what is that story? I have no fucking clue. » 3/06/15 12:50pm 5 minutes ago

Humble Monochromatic Bundle, $8 Gaming Mouse, and More Deals

Humble is back with another weekly bundle. This time around, you get up to seven games with monochromatic art styles, and of course, you pay what you want. [Humble Monochromatic Bundle] » 3/06/15 12:45pm 10 minutes ago

An Anime Full of Medieval Politics and Fantastical Warfare

Lord Marksman and Vanadis is a low fantasy anime where various nobles are vying for the throne of a kingdom using political savvy, armies, and the occasional dragon. It’s kind of like Game of Thrones—only with a lot less in the way of soul-crushing despair. » 3/06/15 6:30am Today 6:30am

Katamari is My Antidepressant

Everybody has a bad day. Maybe work was stressful. Maybe you didn't score well on a test. Maybe your didn't get a good night's sleep. Maybe you're faced with too many problems and don't know what to do. Whatever the case for your blues, I know there is always one thing that can pull me out of it: Katamari. » 3/06/15 6:00am Today 6:00am

Dragon Quest Heroes is Part Dynasty Warriors, Part Tower Defense

Coming from a partnership between Square Enix and Koei-Tecmo's Omega Force, it's no surprise that Dragon Quest Heroes plays a lot like Dynasty Warriors. What is surprising, however, is how much it resembles tower defense games. » 3/06/15 4:00am Today 4:00am

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