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Another upcoming next-gen Xbox project loses its director.
Blizzard's delayed expansion debut has a new date.
Two more games are getting pushed back due to COVID complications.
One CD Projekt Red head has reportedly apologized to its employees for comments made on crunch.
To Howard, going to Xbox was a natural next step, not a seismic shift in the games industry.
Everyone's fighting over the Mothercrystals.
Stomp around future London as anyone, from an old punk rocker to poor podcaster.
The PlayStation App is getting a new look and some new features.
It looked like Nvidia was pulling far ahead with GPUs. Now, it might be neck-and-neck.
A new map and a new way to get around are coming to the Apex Games.
Chris Lee is the second director to leave Halo Infinite's development over the last two years.
Transfer your save when the full game comes out! You can't lose, hero.
If Astro's Playroom isn't up your alley, how about a trip to Snaktooth Island?
Travis Touchdown is really making himself at home on Nintendo's latest device.
Cloud gaming is rolling out on more Switches.
Better visuals, higher resolutions, and bigger multiplayer sessions are coming at launch.
Enhance and Resonair are expanding upon Tetris Effect with new co-op and competitive modes, but the biggest draw might end up being a 1989 throwback.
Here's everything you'll find in the box when the Xbox Series X arrives in a couple weeks.
A stunning upset for the Shadowheart crowd.
The Trails of Cold Steel series is one huge saga, not necessarily four separate stories.
CD Projekt Red is pushing the date on Cyberpunk back yet again.
Nothing is true, everything is permitted.
Next-gen sports will arrive a little after launch.
Sony's hefty monolith is finally here.
If Facebook wants to become a serious gaming fixture, the least it could do is not squander its VR credibility.
Also, underwater spiders. Spiders that can swim. Water spiders.
The tiny odyssey will be ready for the big new consoles.
On top of the delay, it'll also be launching as a free title through PlayStation Plus.
A new video shows what it'll look like when you boot up a next-gen Xbox.
Hopefully it'll run better at launch than the Switch version did.
Its focus is a little different compared to most, though.
Kat and Nadia assess the Xbox One's RPG legacy while sharing their thoughts on Pokemon's Crown Tundra DLC.
Many have come over, yet some remain overseas.
Blizzard wants to make free progression less inscrutable and intimidating.
You're guaranteed to make new Poke-friends in Sword and Shield's Crown Tundra DLC. (Still, stay away from Stunfisk.)
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | Take-Two offered an ugly peek at the future with NBA 2K21.
This is cool for Bautista but… maybe a bit weird for long-time Gears actor DiMaggio?
The free update is pretty damn good from a company that doesn't do a ton of multiplater.
Spencer says he thinks we're "going to see lower priced hardware" in the Xbox ecosystem in the future.
The start of Season 7 will mark Apex's Steam debut.
Updating Westwood's 1997 classic is a bit harder than expected without the source code.
The tweets' sentiments "do not reflect those of Stadia, YouTube, or Google."
Nintendo's experiments with AR and Toys-to-Life games don't pay off in full here, but there's still some fun to be had.
After the success of 3D All-Stars, this new trend is starting to feel uneasy.
Former video host Isadora Basile says she thinks the abuse made her "too much of a problem" for Microsoft to handle.
Inside: More jokes about Steve's reproductive organ in the context of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
Sometimes, you don't need to aim to shatter convention or establish a new genre.
Shadow Dragon, in its original form, but only for a limited time.
Sony's initial slate of supported entertainment apps has one big addition, Apple TV.
Sounds like things are getting underway at Kojima's studio.
EA's hockey sim includes a long-awaited update to a classic mode, but legacy issues drag it down to the ice.
It might not be a total overhaul, but it's a spit-shine at the very least.
So long "complete" editions of Pokemon games, you will not be missed.
Looks like 2021 will also hold plenty of horrors.
A press release jokes that it could also be the other way around, but let's keep this publisher/developer relationship simple.
Connect will bridge the gap between consoles and generations.
To avoid a Modern Warfare problem, Fortnite's new update is like ripping off a band-aid.
Her Twitch channel's debut was a pretty big one.
It doesn't sound like ads are necessarily going away, but 2K promises the issue "will be fixed in future episodes."
Blizzard and Square Enix take two different paths on the same road.
Pushing the limits of Baldur's Gate 3's physics never gets old.
Titanfall mechanics... intensifying...
There's a free demo out now if you're down to try out Google's streaming service.
The founders of Frost Giant hope to make an RTS that'll resonate with a wide audience.
Play as Luigi in Super Mario Bros. 35. (Or wear his skin, whatever.)
Valhalla's Vikings set their sights on two new lands for future expansions.
120 FPS modes and 4K on Series X are coming soon.
Cara Ellison has left the project and the studio behind it.
The situation surrounding PT's next-gen hopes is, suitably, murky.
Sixteen years later, Rebellion is focusing on getting Evil Genius right.
In the olden days, game companies would sooner shank each other than put exclusives on each other's consoles.
Legume deicide is hard work, you know.
The Mojave has never looked better. Well, besides before the war.
The Blaseball team's house-of-cards adventure is coming to new platforms.
There's a bit more of Pikmin 3 in that demo than intended, it seems.
Some patches might tweak how fast the fans run in certain situations.
Plus, we let our imaginations run wild in this week's episode of the RPG podcast.
Ubisoft's popular multiplayer shooter could potentially be a big get for streaming.
A month after release, some ads find their way into NBA 2K.
Terror and catharsis intermingle in this superb sequel to a horror classic.
A roadmap isn't much more than a promise a studio hopes to keep.
COMMUNITY QUESTION | From GameCube to Game Boy, we're admiring all the ways our games start.
The Grim Fandango, Full Throttle, and Day of the Tentacle remasters will all arrive on Xbox in a few weeks.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | A new deal raises big questions about the present console generation and the future of gaming retail.
Play Peter's game (not the remaster), and maybe you can nab a tiny Miles.
Microsoft would want the whole ecosystem to move over, not just games on a case-by-case basis.
The Analogue Duo will run "nearly every" NEC format, but the Pocket will get in on some TurboGrafx/PC Engine fun too.
You can still play on your new console with backward compatibility, though.
Listings for those older platforms will vanish from Sony's desktop and mobile storefronts.
Yup, a game with player retention issues and a widely criticized collection both did quite well.
The publisher asserts more heroes are coming, and at a more regular cadence.
The end of an era, for one of the last of its titans.
Please blink twice if this is actually happening.
Supergiant Games' Logan Cunningham shows off his pipes.
The publisher responds to one developer, surprised to see a reportedly crunch-ridden project brought back to life.
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