Daily Archives: 03/21/2018

#WarGames Review – Not Quite A Winning Move

While Sam Barlow’s previous game, Her Story, channels the appeal of older technology to tell an enriching mystery, his latest effort stokes more current anxieties. #WarGames touches on the modern surveillance state, our vulnerability to being exposed online, and the

Little Dragons Café Is Just As Charming As It Sounds

Last month, Aksys Games unveiled Little Dragons Café, an adorable game that combines restaurant management, raising a dragon, and cooking. It’s a concept that interested us immediately, and today, we were able to get our first hands-on time with it

Rare Discusses Sea Of Thieves' Launch Issues

We don’t expect a pirate’s life to be easy, but players of Sea of Thieves have been encountering inconveniences that make the simulation difficult to enjoy. Rare has posted an update about the status of various complications in the game

Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Edition Hits May 29

Capcom announced that Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Edition is bursting onto PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC on May 29. First teased during the Capcom Cup at 2017’s PlayStation Experience, the collection encapsulates all of the arcade cabinet classics.

The Next Elder Scrolls Online Expansion Returns To The Series' Roots

Elder Scrolls Online already mined fans of the series’ nostalgia by returning to Morrowind, the setting of one of the most beloved Elder Scrolls game, with an expansion that was well-received by the community. Today Bethesda revealed they were once

Update: First Three Tomb Raiders Aren't Receiving Remasters After All

Well, it was a nice idea while it lasted. Realtech VR’s PC remasters of the first three Tomb Raider titles don’t seem to happening anymore. Something may have gone awry behind the scenes, because the developer tweeted a (now-deleted) announcement

RPG Grind Time – The Community Is One Of Monster Hunter: World's Biggest Successes

Toxicity and online games are almost inseparable these days. Something about working together always seems to bring out the worst in people. From an early age, society tries to prepare us for this challenge by giving us group projects and

Microsoft Willing To Put Banjo In Smash

A newly announced Super Smash Bros. inevitably means fans are clamoring to see their favorite characters, and that’s what one person has inquired to the head of Xbox. A fan of Banjo-Kazooie, popular platformers (and a racer) created by Microsoft-owned

Update: Hasbro Still Wants You To Fund Its Biggest Star Wars Vehicle

Update: Hasbro’s crowdfunding campaign for Jabba’s Sail Barge is coming to a close in less than two weeks with nearly 3,000 out of 5,000 supporters needed to make it come to life. To incentivize new backers, Hasbro has released images

Opinion – Sea Of Thieves Forgot To Include A Target Audience

I’ve maintained an open mind about Sea of Thieves ahead of launch. On the surface, it ticks a lot of boxes for things I might enjoy. Fantasy setting, beautiful vistas, opportunities for social engagement and cooperation with other players, and