Being vulnerable and honest on the internet is difficult enough for most of us, but for kids, living a life online can be hellish. Grown-ass adults love to bully naive kids online, and it happens all the time.
I’m a multiplayer game skeptic. The idea of playing against another human both online and in real life usually doesn’t appeal to me at all. Overwatch, Splatoon 2 and Pyre are making me come around on this, kinda.
Splatoon 2 is a great time. Fighting as a squid-kid is fun and the game takes steps to make sure many people can enjoy. From new players to those with disabilities, games can take actions to help everyone join in the action. We take a look how in this critical video.
Wow. GTA Online can be damn terrifying!
We know there’s been a lot of ass-kicking during the Battlefront beta. But there is a flip-side to that, too—and it is hilarious to watch.
If you play games like League of Legends or Dota 2, then you've probably been matches that seemed so grim, you were almost certain you'd lose. But if you think about the match in the right way, even lost causes can be turned around.
It was shortly after the fifth time I got clocked in the face by an errant elbow that I realized: this mosh pit was really, really similar to a big, sweaty video game. And I loved it.
Can you imagine the ridiculous Battlefield moments arising from the fact that you can revive a falling player? Oh, nevermind that. What about the epic, heroic moments you'll have when throwing yourself over an explosive to save your friends?
Last time we took a look at The Stomping Land—that DayZ-like survival game, only with dinosaurs—we learned about the general ideas behind the game. This time around, we have a couple of videos which detail hunting tactics, setting up camp, and customization options and more.