The world of Stardew Valley-likes is booming, even as I must raise my ever-present distress over the fact that we’re not calling them Harvest Moon-likes. But I guess if we did that, I’d have to get into the whole Story
The Doom franchise has been absolutely booming these last couple of years. Ever since id Software innovated the series with Doom (2016), they haven’t looked back and have continued to innovate the non-stop, metal-mania slayer action.
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Outriders has been quickly gaining momentum thanks to a recently-released demo, and while it remains to be seen if the loot shooter will turn out to be the Destiny-killer many fans are hoping for, it’s been a promising start. Publisher
Valve is dropping development on Artifact 2.0. The reboot was intended to right the ship for the studio’s failed take on card games, but after over a year in development, the devs have found that there’s not enough interest from
Anime games are a dime a dozen, but it’s a relatively new trend to see gaming hardware companies debut collections based on popular franchises. It looks as though MSI could be next in line, however, as one of its gaming
Crack open a nice fresh can of Surge and settle into the glow of the huge 800×600 CRT monitor, because it’s time to relive the glory days of Counter-Strike with Hobbit’s classic bomb defusal map Prodigy. Some form of Prodigy
Pathfinder And Wattson Buffed, Caustic Nerfed, And Other Changes From Apex Legends Chaos Theory Patch Notes
The next event in Apex Legends is called Chaos Theory and it launches Tuesday, 9th of March – that’s next week. In an early surprise, fans got their hands on the patch notes today, and there are a lot of
Apex Legends is built as a team game, and while various limited-time modes have offered different team sizes, there’s never been a permanent way to play solo. That’s finally changing with the Chaos Theory Collection Event update, which adds no-fill
EA has finally released some new Icon SBCs in FIFA 21 with three brand new Prime Icon Moments players, Carles Puyol, Patrick Kluivert, and Pavel Nedved.
As it goes with any of these SBCs, I’ll be looking at how much
The problem with zombies tends to be that there’s very little to do with them once you’ve gotten them up and shambling. That’s been the case with Luthor Harkon’s forces in Total War: Warhammer 2‘s Curse of the Vampire Coast