Ubisoft's latest open world game, Watch Dogs, lets players assume the role of a hacker named Aiden Pearce. Pearce uses a cellphone app to learn more about the strangers roaming Watch Dogs' version of Chicago—and some players are using this information to kill digital minorities.
You know the stereotype: the sensitive geek, intense in his/her passion, becomes a magnet for bullying, ridicule and harassment. And all because they're a geek! Well, no, actually. That's not it, not exactly.
Steam Greenlight, the voter-determined submission system created by Valve, isn't free anymore. The point was to decrease the number of illegitimate submissions, which was neccesary after the insane influx of games that Greenlight saw just days after release. Some weren't happy with Valve's decision, given that other…
Mesmers are not controlled; a Mesmer does the controlling, which is probably why this video for the final Guild Wars 2 class slipped out a few days earlier than planned. Mind control!
That's right; less than a month before the start of early access and I've finally made it into the beta test for Star Wars: The Old Republic. That leave me a weekend to learn all I can about one character class. The question is, which one?
BioWare's Champions trailer for Dragon Age II asks players a very fundamental question: Which combat style will your version of the hero Hawke embrace?
Fergus Mills searches for the words. It's clear he wants to say this carefully. The 22-year-old from Macon, Ga. is black. His Xbox Live avatar is black. Except that it's not.
A Star Wars character hiding behind a crate with a pistol in his hand can only mean one thing: BioWare has gone and unveiled the Smuggler class for Star Wars: The Old Republic.