Today, Hironobu Sakaguchi announced that Terra Battle is ending service. The mobile game first launched in 2014 and went on to garner over 2.8 million downloads and spawn a sequel, Terra Battle 2. “I am so grateful for all the fans who played Terra Battle for nearly six years,” Sakaguchi added.
Cheaters get banned every day, but something you don’t see too often is the cheaters getting banned after winning a tournament.
Well, this is awkward. Despite my best efforts to persuade her otherwise, Cate Blanchett has officially signed up to take part in the upcoming Borderlands movie, where she’ll be playing Lilith.
The Nintendo Switch is today’s must-have game console. It’s both portable and playable on your TV, plus it has a…
Anyone hoping that Electronic Arts and the NFL’s long-standing exclusivity arrangement was going to go away any time soon is going to have to keep hoping for a few more years, as both parties agreed today to continue the deal that makes EA Sports the only company allowed to release an NFL simulation game.
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A recent study from analytics firm Newzoo claims that at least 80 percent of video game fans eat or drink something while they sell turnips in Animal Crossing and demolish demonic hordes in Doom Eternal. Assuming I didn’t already hate gamers, this is all it would take to push me over the edge.
If you know anything about Xenoblade Chronicles, you know it’s 92.7 percent side-quest. Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition, the spiffed-up version out tomorrow for Nintendo Switch, is no different. There are enough side-quests in this role-playing game to put Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, Fallout 4, and The Witcher 3…
Robert Zemeckis’ animated/live-action hybrid noir murder mystery broke boundaries of filmmaking technology and technique, and 32 years later it’s every bit as fresh, warm, and funny as it ever was. Starring Bob Hoskins as gumshoe PI Eddie Valiant on the trail of a sex scandal involving a Hollywood studio bigwig, Who…
Last week, Amazon Games released Crucible, a free-to-play, team-based shooter, to mild excitement. Eight days later, Crucible players are almost nowhere to be found on the (Amazon-owned) Twitch streaming service, a strong sign that the community around the game seems to be already dwindling.