Grand Theft Auto Online is still making tons of money for Rockstar and Take-Two.
Take this blindfold off me, Square-Enix. I can't see my friends.
FIELD NOTES | The Long Dark is actually out, so for diary number one, we inspect its satisfyingly logical depiction of survival.
Dragon Quest XI is selling well, but it's hard to tell how well.
Bluehole's Battle Royal game is bringing an entire genre to life.
Capcom is still lost, but the Nintendo Switch and Monster Hunter may provide a light in the darkness.
Looking back on one of the Nintendo DS' most stylish and inventive RPGs.
Are those semi-affordable Yeezys I see?
Uncharted: Lost Legacy is the biggest, most open experience the series has offered to date.
UNPREDICTABLE | Caty looks backs on Transistor in honor of the release of Pyre, and reluctantly watches Game of Thrones.
The ongoing Neymar drama highlights the limitations of FIFA's career mode.
Some players are even sorta cheating with photo-realistic tracings.
Never did I think a game about splatting paint on the ground would remind me of my first jobs.
From a worse Hunter class to a more prominent story.
UNPREDICTABLE | Caty reminisces about vanilla Destiny, and wonders why Little Witch Academia is so appealing.
Caty goes hands-on with Arms' latest fighter, a 52-year-old man that reminds her of an anime character.
The cataclysm has already happened in Eorzea, but the early leveling needs some streamlining.
UNPREDICTABLE | Caty ponders Breath of the Wild's new DLC and watches Okja.
CFM is serviceable, but other sports games have left it behind.
FIELD NOTES: Inside the bittersweet ending of the post-apocalyptic arcade survival game Tokyo Jungle.
Fancy that, a free-to-play mobile game that actually rewards you.
UNPREDICTABLE | Caty plays Monument Valley 2 in its entirety (finally), and listens to Vince Staples' latest and greatest.
Caty's back at it, ranking the characters of Arms in terms of coolness only.
How complete is it?
That pink bunny sure was sassy.
It might not be, but it could solve an ongoing problem with the EA Sports Hockey League.
Though, it's no definitive version.
The difference in demos from E3 2016 to E3 2017 is vast.
UNPREDICTABLE | In a post-E3 daze, Caty plays Wolfenstein: The New Order, and watches the greatest reality show of all-time, Terrace House.
Ubisoft Singapore tries something brand-new with its core technology.