Blizzard announced that due to an Overwatch bug, D.Va has been removed from the game for the time being.
Jonathan Allen just got picked by Washington at #17 in the NFL draft, guaranteeing him a big paycheck. Which he is most excited to spend on...something that can play Total War.
Some interesting nuggets from Nintendo’s financial presentation this evening: 1) the company has somehow shipped nearly a million copies of 1-2 Switch; 2) the 3DS has hit a total of 63 million sales; and 3) Nintendo won’t be holding a big E3 press conference this year, which isn’t a surprise. The company hasn’t had a…
Just because the Switch can go places doesn’t mean Nintendo is done announcing mobile hardware.
Dimitrije Miljus is a concept artist and illustrator from Serbia.
Phoenix Point is a new strategy game from Julian Gollop, creator of the original X-Com. Unlike his last game, Chaos Reborn, this one’s a spiritual successor to X-Com, on which the modern XCOM series is based. It’s still very much in development and is seeking funding on Fig.
In the grim darkness of the far future there is only war. And more Warhammer games.
A month ago, we brought you the news that Vroom in the Night Sky, one of the few Nintendo Switch games currently available, would be losing its highly questionable but ultimately adorable bad English translation and getting a rewrite. That rewrite is now here, and it’s... worse, somehow.
The final installment in feminist critic Anita Sarkeesian’s look at the depiction of women in video games ran today, focusing on how games depict women (and men) as sidekicks. The 11-minute episode concludes two eight-episode seasons of possibly the most controversial series of cultural criticism about games in the…
I have a confession: I have become an Overwatch meta slave. I rarely pick heroes other players think are “bad.” I won’t take risks with our tank-healer balance. And, most important, I will seethe when my team doesn’t reflect the holy comp du jour.
Imagine, for a moment, that Activision announced this year’s Call of Duty last year, back when they were also announcing last year’s, too. Madness, you might think, but is it any less mad than what actually happened?
Little Nightmares is like being up late as a child, stumbling after a bad dream. Shadows hide monsters and nothing is as it should be. It’s quiet and unsettling but also nothing that hasn’t been done before.
You know those moments in games where you can’t even believe what you just accomplished? This PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds kill is the epitome of that.
When most people enter a Zelda shrine, they try to solve the puzzles. Sometimes a shrine will accept multiple solutions, allowing players to get creative. Some fans, however, have figured out ways to bend and break shrines in ways that Nintendo probably never anticipated.
THQ’s clever paint platformer de Blob is now available on Steam and other digital distribution channels, courtesy of the porting power of Blitworks.
If you enjoy “room escape” games and are looking for something to do with your PlayStation VR, look no further than Statik.
You’re at a social gathering and the people you’re with start talking about games. Games you’ve never played. You listen along and laugh and nod, but you start to wonder if maybe you should say something.
Today, cyberpunk card game Netrunner released a murder mystery expansion, Terminal Directive. It’s a novel twist on an already-fantastic game, and its first story-based campaign. The obvious question: How does a narrative of cyberwarfare unravel through a card game that requires shuffling decks? The answer is, slowly,…
The second wave of Pokémon Gallery figures have hit The Pokemon Company’s online store, giving Psyduck, Cubone, Jigglypuff and Vulpix a chance to show off their signature moves in style.
Next Friday, Arkane Austin will release their newest game, Prey, closing the loop on a minor four-year meta-story involving that studio and me. It’s only fitting that one of Prey’s achievements is a shoutout to Press Sneak Fucks.