Daily Archives: 06/22/2018

YouTube Introduces New Monetization Methods In Creator-Focused Initiative

It’s no secret that YouTube really wants to get into the streaming game. It might be because parent company Google doesn’t want Amazon, the parent company of Twitch, to exist mostly unopposed in this region. Or it’s because it’s a

Ni No Kuni II Adds Harder Difficulty Modes In New Patch

Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom has had a difficulty problem. Our own review talked about how the side quests only served to make an already easy game even easier. People use cheat-enabling software on the PC to make the

New Gameplay Today – Mario Tennis Aces

Mario Tennis Aces lets friends play friendly games of tennis in a variety of friendly courts across the Mushroom Kingdom. Kyle and I aren’t friends, however. I think he is bad, so we decided to settle our differences in a

Rico Rodriguez Joins Final Fantasy Brave Exvius In Just Cause 3-Themed Event

Final Fantasy Brave Exvius is known for having a lot of guest crossovers, including singer Ariana Grande, so it only makes sense that Square Enix’s own properties also make the leap at some point. Just Cause hero Rico Rodriguez along

The Second Annual Dubious E3 Awards

E3 is a magical time for the video game industry, as developers, the media, and fans who aren’t afraid to wait in absurdly long lines all smash into the Los Angeles Convention Center (henceforth referred as “hell on earth”) for

A Successful Return Serve

Nintendo and Camelot released Mario Tennis Ultra Smash for Wii U in 2015, and it was a shallow impersonation of the other games in the franchise. It did not have a campaign or interesting modes, and the one thing that

Ninja Theory Celebrates Hellblade's One Million Sales

Ninja Theory took to twitter today to celebrate a huge milestone for Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice, with their indie AAA title selling a million copies.  #Hellblade has just hit 1 Million unit sales across #Xbox #PS4 #PC! 🎉 Thank you all

BioWare's Biggest Challenges In Creating Anthem

With Anthem’s development starting shortly after Mass Effect 3 shipped in 2012, BioWare’s upcoming co-op RPG has been a long time coming. While visiting the studio for our cover story on Anthem, we spoke with the game’s executive producer Mark Darrah and

Bloodstained Backer Demo Delayed One Week On Day Of Release

Koji Igarashi’s newest foray into the Metroidvania genre was crowdfunded in 2015, but has seen a few delays and bumps in the road along the way to release. The latest demo, the E3 build being sent to backers on PC,

Weaving New Adventures

The original Unravel delivered exciting platforming sequences, creative-but-repetitive puzzles, and a touching story exploring an elderly woman’s memories. Unravel Two doesn’t stray far from those core concepts, but by introducing a second Yarny to control either solo or cooperatively, it