At the start of this generation, three major publishers decided that asymmetrical multiplayer was the next big thing. Two of these games never saw the light of day and another one was an abject failure. Here’s why.
A lot has been made about the lack of third party support for the Nintendo Switch, but this isn’t a problem that Nintendo should be focused on fixing.
In a move to silence critics and take full control of their messaging, Bethesda came out last week with a new review policy that could have a permanent damaging effect on the industry.
In the year since Microsoft launched backward compatibility on the Xbox One, the program has become one of the system’s primary sources for excitement.
Sony finally came out swinging this week with a clear vision for the future and a console that is cool but kind of underwhelming,
Metal Gear Survive is not a game I wanted at all, but I just can’t seem to have an emotional reaction to it.
I’ve been avoiding writing this piece for a while, but there is finally enough solid information out there about the NX