Titanfall 2 may have faded from the public consciousness since last fall, but the developers at Respawn have continued to add free stuff to their already excellent first-person shooter. The most recent addition, which landed earlier this week on PC and consoles, adds a four-player cooperative horde mode. It’s a good…
Your first few levels in Splatoon 2 will fly by, but soon enough you’ll be slowly crawling toward your next rank and weapon unlock. Fortunately, there’s an easy way to speed things up.
The first Splatoon gave us a new way to play multiplayer shooters, a genre that sometimes feels stale. Two years later, Splatoon 2 doesn’t revitalize shooters all over again but instead refines Nintendo’s unusual, brilliant take.
The screenshot above shows the results of a Splatoon 2 match I played over the weekend. You’ll notice my team won by a tenth of a percent. If you look closely, you’ll also notice how the other team could’ve stopped us.
Pokémon Go players now have a chance to capture two rare birds, Lugia and Articuno. Some players attempting these raids are finding that adding legendaries to their compendium is a tough prospect, partially because of Niantic’s design, and partially due to good ‘ol network issues.
Despite a plague of issues during the live event, Pokémon Go players will soon get a chance at a rare monster. Fest attendees all get legendary Lugia in their accounts tonight, and players worldwide will start seeing Lugia in raid battles within the next 48 hours, Niantic announced. That’s not all.
Players at the first ever live Pokémon Go event do not seem happy this morning, judging from reports of long lines and connectivity issues trickling in from Chicago.
Legendaries are typically the most powerful monsters in the compendium, so getting one this weekend is likely going to be tough. Fortunately, players are already figuring out the most efficient counters to all the possibilities.
After MONTHS of rumors, we’ve finally got confirmation that legendaries are coming to Pokémon Go this Saturday—here’s what you need to know to capture your own.
The first thing you’ll discover in Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s new “Master Mode” difficulty is that combat isn’t worth it. You don’t want a fight. Run away.
Pixelmon, a robust Pokémon-themed modification for Minecraft released in 2012, can no longer be downloaded. The developers say the take down is the result of a request by The Pokémon Company itself.
When Pokémon Go Fest was announced for the city of Chicago, many players were bummed that they might miss out on the first live event for the game. Turns out, July 22nd is going to be a worldwide spectacular where everyone can participate.
Over the last six years, Adam ‘SkyDoesMinecraft’ Dahlberg made a name for himself through Minecraft videos, amassing 11 million subscribers on YouTube. He’s now done with it and is retiring from making Minecraft videos. In two notably different videos, one kid-friendly and one not, he said he no longer enjoys the…
After several hours playing Square Enix’s new Final Fantasy XII remaster, I can confidently say I like it. I can just as confidently say that I like it a lot more because I can fast-forward through it.
Do you like good music and cool car chases? If so, you will probably find something to like in Baby Driver, Edgar Wright’s new spring-loaded rock ‘n roll heist flick.
One of Splatoon’s most memorable features were the Miiverse drawings that players displayed in the lobby. There’s no Miiverse social media hub on the Switch, but you can still draw in Splatoon 2. Players are already having fun with the feature.
One of the biggest gaming phenomenons in recent memory was released exactly a year ago. Pokémon Go will celebrate the occasion with Pikachu, of course.
Last weekend’s North American International Championships had two big surprises: not only did Australians sweep the tournament, a Snorlax dodged more than half a dozen chances to be paralyzed or flinched. And, in classic Snorlax fashion, it won a tournament by eating.