There’s something to be said about Nintendo throwing curve balls to keep players from becoming complacent.
Few were probably taken aback when, today, Ubisoft announced the next installment of the Assassin’s Creed franchise, Assassin’s Creed Origins.
“Don’t assume your dreams are just fantasy. If you imagine a world, believe in it…and dive in.”
Today, Square Enix released a story trailer for the game.
The game pays compulsory lip service to everything that’s not about getting pro players online.
Today, EA announced Portuguese thirst trap Cristiano Ronaldo as the global cover star of FIFA 18.
Today, EA announced Need for Speed Payback, the newest entry in its long-running racing series.
It wants to be more of a three-dimensional museum, one that carefully categorizes emotions, than a game.
Today, Iron Galaxy and Maximum Games announced the action game Extinction, which is set to be previewed at E3 this year.
Today, though, CI Games sets out to right the ship, accounting that the complete sniper experience has gotten an update.
Today, Ubisoft announced that Fallen Ghosts, the game’s second expansion, is now available for season pass owners across all platforms.
At its most crucial, Injustice 2 joyously depicts its heroes doing the right thing simply for its own sake.
The promise that Destiny has always been striving for may finally get to be achieved with Destiny 2.
The game thoughtfully uses the opposing philosophies of its lover protagonists, Alm and Celica, to color its warfare.
In our present-day world, its prediction of a violent worker-versus-worker future feels hauntingly plausible.
The game is dour and oblivious that its destination is more interesting and vital than the journey.
At its best, the game is a perfect marriage between the telling of a story and one’s first-hand engagement with it.
Where it sets itself apart from actual ‘90s-era shooters is with its light sprinkling of procedurally generated elements.
Persona 5 is the moment Atlus allowed the Persona series to truly grow up and earn that “M for Mature” rating.
The game is beautiful to look at from a distance but disappointing up close and ultimately functionless.