Daily Archives: 10/11/2017

Loot Boxes Aren’t Gambling Says US Rating Board

The Electronic Software Rating Board steps into the ongoing online discourse regarding loot boxes, stating that it does not consider loot boxes to be gambling. Source: GameRant

We Play Through The Evil Within 2's Creepy Opening

Tango Gameworks’ horror sequel The Evil Within 2 is releasing on an appropriately spooky day – Friday the 13th – but you don’t have to wait until then to see how it all starts. We played through the game’s opening

Destiny 2 Update Fixes Crashes in the Tower

The video game developer Bungie’s latest Hot Fix for its science fiction shooter Destiny 2 officially addresses a bug that causes crashes while loading into the Tower. Source: GameRant

FIFA 18 Switch Review – It's Not In The Relegation Zone

EA Sports’ recent history with Nintendo consoles isn’t good. The company and its games were almost entirely absent from the Wii U library, and its handful of Wii titles weren’t fun to play. Therefore, when EA Sports announced a Switch

South Park Teases A Fractured But Whole Prequel In Tonight's Episode

Even South Park can’t get enough prequels. South Park’s social media team teased that tonight’s episode, “Franchise Prequel,” would prepare fans for the upcoming South Park: The Fractured But Whole, which comes out on October 17 after several delays. Get

Fortnite’s Battle Royale Passes 10 Million Players

The free-to-play Battle Royale mode in video game developer Epic Games’ sandbox survival title Fortnite officially passes more than 10 million players. Source: GameRant

10 Unlikely Games We Want on a Nintendo 64 Classic

With recent patents pointing to the inevitable release of a Nintendo 64 Classic, Game Rant takes a look at 10 unlikely titles that we want on the supposed system. Source: GameRant

Counter-Strike: GO Updates Dust II Map

Counter-Strike: GO’s classic Dust II map has been updated visually and gameplay-wise, and it’s now available in the beta branch for your feedback. The map’s update certainly looks better, but it also changes visibility in some areas and simplifies some

Oculus Rift Permanently Drops to $400 Price Tag

The American technology company Oculus VR officially makes its headset and controller bundle for the Rift more accessible by permanently dropping its price to $400. Source: GameRant

Respawn Entertainment Working On Oculus Rift VR Game

Titanfall developers Respawn Entertainment have thrown its hat in the VR ring, promising a shooter for Oculus Rift in 2019. The announcement was made at today’s Oculus Connect event, and a blog post on the studio’s website specifically mentions that