Monthly Archives: December 2017

Bungie Update Announces Free Destiny Comic And The Dawning Event Timing

This Week At Bungie, Bungie’s blog post that announces and reviews news for Destiny 2, showed off a new comic and detailed The Dawning festivities. The comic, called Fall of Osiris, tells the story of how the vanguard hero went

Injustice 2 Free Trial Now Available On PlayStation 4 And Xbox One

Injustice 2 has a free weekend going on from December 14 to December 18 on both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The free trial lets you play through the first three chapters of game’s much-lauded story mode, as well as

Destiny 2: Curse Of Osiris Review – A Precarious Balancing Act

Bungie faces the unenviable task of balancing established plans for content roll-out and simultaneously responding on the fly to an anxious and vocal community, many of whom have valid and frustrated feelings about this sequel’s problems in the endgame. Curse

The FCC Votes To Repeal Net Neutrality

The Federal Communications Commission has voted 3-2 in favor of repealing net neutrality rules put in place two years ago. The rules in question prevent internet service providers from blocking, throttling, or prioritizing certain content, or requiring consumers or companies

Oxenfree Dev Announces Afterparty, A Game Where You Have To Outdrink Satan To Escape Hell

Developer Night School Studio has announced Afterparty, a point-and-click adventure game that sees two best friends trying to escape Hell by besting the devil in a drinking contest. The story follows Lola and Milo, two best friends who unexpectedly find

Rare Reveals Sea Of Thieves' Trading Companies

The world of Sea of Thieves has players sailing the high seas and collecting booty, but the game is about connecting with friends, and Rare makes that clear in its newest developer video. In a recent design video, Design Director

Is Wolfenstein II's The Adventures Of Gunslinger Joe Worth Playing?

The first real piece of DLC, the opening episode in the so-called Freedom Chronicles, dropped for Wolfenstein II today. The Adventures Of Gunslinger Joe is a mini-campaign that follows a former football player Joseph Stallion as he seeks revenge against

Doom VFR Review – Not The Doom You Know

When I think of Doom, two things come to mind: its colorful, over-the-top violence and its ridiculous speed. If you take either of those things out of the equation, what you have isn’t id Software’s infamous shooter but something lesser.

Blog Herding – The Best Blogs Of The Community (December 14, 2017)

I accidentally took a week off (working late!) when I forgot about Blog Herding, but we are back! And it seems everyone is thinking about awards, EA, and money. This is one of the more eclectic collections of blogs we’ve

Pokémon Crystal Coming To 3DS Next Month

Nintendo has announced it is bringing Pokémon Crystal to the Nintendo 3DS’ eShop next month. The game is launching near the end of January, and it will feature full Pokémon Bank support. It will be available on January 26 for