The promised connectivity patch for Tekken 7 is now live on PlayStation 4, and I’m finally getting into more matches than I’m getting disconnected from. Look for the update to hit Xbox One and PC next week.
A bug in Injustice 2 is rolling back player progress, making hard-earned character levels seemingly disappear. While Netherrealm works on ensuring the issue stops occurring, WB Games offers a workaround that’s been fixing the issue for many players.
There might be another good reason to pick up Mario Kart 8 Deluxe—no more obnoxious post-boost hopping. According to a video from GameXplain, the contentious “fire-hopping” technique apparently didn’t make the trip from Wii U to Switch.
One of the defining features of Super Mario Maker on the Wii U is the ability to share your creations with the world via the internet. The recently released 3DS version lacks online sharing for some stupid reason, so the homebrew scene is working to do what Nintendo didn’t. They’re getting there.
Pokémon Go’s infamous three-step glitch, which displays all nearby Pokémon at the maximum distance, has been troubling players for weeks. A game update currently rolling out to Android players removes the steps entirely. Problem solved! Update: Now available for iOS.
One of my favorite PlayStation 2 games of all time arrived on PC last week, and the transition was far from painless. Still, nothing a few settings tweaks, opting out of Steam betas and possibly buying a game pad can’t fix.
No more quick saving at every terminal! Fallout 4 update 1.2 is live on PC today, fixing a handful of issues including the terminal locking bug that’s plagued me since launch. Bethesda aims to roll the update to consoles later this week.
While Sony says the PlayStation Network is up and running following the Christmas attack, some users are still having trouble connecting to services on their PS4. Here's a network setting that's gotten several of our readers up and running again.
After a little bit of overnight maintenance, Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn is back, with reduced load on its Duty Finder and three fresh servers, with Square Enix poised to add more as the need arises. Our connection nightmares should soon be over.
Look at all of those graphics. That's at least seven or eight graphics right there. After a day spent staring at a black screen, Jagex has finally tweaked Runescape 3 enough so that I can see those shiny new graphics. I completely forgot why I was in that cave.
Following the tragic treasure chest explosion that decimated Ponyville, Gameloft is working on ways to keep their My Little Pony game from collapsing under the weight of the community.
Yesterday BioWare made a substantial portion of Star Wars: The Old Republic's player base angry by offering a free month of play to its "most valued" players—those that had reached level 50 in the game. Today the developer continues to surprise and delight players by expanding the promotion as to not alienate people.
During the beta test for BioWare's Star Wars: The Old Republic players with high-end PCs enjoyed stunning high resolution graphics. Now that the game has launched those sexy textures have mostly disappeared. What gives?
Oh those silly console gamers. They couldn't possibly handle the advanced PC gaming concepts like objective-based teamplay. Why, if there was a bug in the game that say, deleted their characters completely if they exited the game too early, console gamers would be beside themselves. Wait, there is?
Remember that Kick-Ass video game that came out with the movie back in April? There's a "new and improved" version coming out next week that makes that one look like a beta version. Isn't the digital age grand?
Nintendo is warning players away from Metroid: Other M's potentially game-breaking locked door bug in Sector 3, but if it's too late for you and your save file, you're going to have to mail away for a fix.
Shank, the side-scrolling beat-and-slash-em-up out this week, runs like a dream on the PS3 but is having some stuttering issues with its cinematics on the Xbox 360. The game's developer says older models of that console are the problem.
In August of 2007, BioShock caused an uproar among players for trimming the standard 4:3 aspect ratio instead of providing proper widescreen support. Now BioShock 2 PC does the same thing. Here we go again.