Monthly Archives: March 2018

Where The Water Tastes Like Wine Sells Far Below Expectations, According To Creator

Where the Water Tastes Like Wine is a fantastic, methodical narrative trek across America, according to fellow Game Informer editor Elise Favis. Unfortunately for creator Johnnemann Nordhagen, that hasn’t translated to the commercial success he hoped for. “Commercially, it’s a disaster,”

See How The Mario Party 8 Mini-Games That Tear Friendships Apart Are Put Together

Mario Party has a long history of making people mad at each other. It’s well-earned as losing due to a stroke of luck is one of the most maddening things that can happen to someone. It may not be fitting

League Of Legends Getting Pizza And Fried Chicken Skins For 'April Foods' Day

League of Legends is taking a holiday where fake things happen and releasing real DLC. Some of it’s paid, some of it’s free. The most notable highlights are three real skins. One dresses up Sivir as a pizza delivery girl,

Counter-Strike Caster Uses Racial Slur During Birthday Stream

During a livestream celebrating his 29th birthday, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive commentator Matthew “Sadokist” Trivett, uttered a racial slur in a fit of gaming-related braggadocio. While playing PlayerUnkown’s Battlegrounds, Trivett went into a pumped-up rant about his own skill in esports, eventually

Fighting EX Layer Reveals Two More Characteres, Outlines Potential DLC Plans

Fighting EX Layer has revealed two more characters for its roster, and its plans for including DLC characters – assuming the game sells well enough. The two new characters are only shown briefly, and while they’re returning characters, you’d be remiss

Call Of Juarez: Gunslinger Delisted From Some Major Online Storefronts

Call of Juarez: Gunslinger is one of the games I don’t think about too often, but when I do, I think “yeah, you know what? That game was fun.” Unfortunately, it seems like fewer people will be able to experience

Pokémon Go Gets Sprited Up For April Fool's Day

If you’re checking out Pokémon Go’s new quest system this weekend, you’re in for a fun surprise: sprites! To celebrate the internet’s favorite holiday April Fool’s Day early, Niantic is replacing the images of Pokémon that show up in Go’s menus with

What To Watch This Weekend: Dota 2, Tekken 7, And Call of Duty

Regionals, playoffs, and championships all make for a nice weekend to just sit back and watch people play games while you’re ignoring Far Cry 5’s story. Dota 2‘s 7.12 patch showed up late for its own welcoming party, as teams

Streamer Hits Sea Of Thieves' Highest Rank, Other Fans Are Not Happy About It

Sea of Thieves has a rank of Pirate Legend that was hit this past week by Prod1gyX, but some fans are claiming he didn’t achieve it in a fair way. The Pirate Legend class is not meant to be reached easily.

Replay 300 – Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood

Released on November 16, 2010, Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood served as the second chapter in what is now called the Ezio trilogy. As the name of the game implies, Ezio was not alone in this entry. If he needed a hand,