Eric Van Allen
Eric is a writer and Texan. He's a former contributor to sites including Compete, Polygon, Waypoint, and the Washington Post. He loves competitive games, live music, and travel.@seamoosi
Not to be confused with GreedFall or Godspell.
The new Xbox finally has a name.
There is some silver lining to 7th place.
The VR-exclusive Half-Life won't share more info as part of tonight's festivities after all.
The Kombat arena seems to be expanding.
Ghosts, games, and Grimes are all set to show up at some point.
Martin should probably stay away from small rooms with descending ceilings.
72 Mini Coopers drop somewhere in the UK.
Over a dozen games will have demos available for a limited time.
Re-construction is complete.
Thomas Happ answers our most pressing questions about today's announcement.
Tennis, baseball, even volleyball and soccer.
Takedown notices going out to small-scale devs on Itch.io.
It'll be the campaign of the previously announced survival co-op game.
New box art details indicate the remake might be a timed exclusive.
Devs recall how a tech test and late nights led to the king of 3D fighters.
Relive Platinum Games history in 4K.
The creator of the killing games turns to FMV.
After a tough year for the publisher, Payday seems like its best bet.
Allegations against Dangen Entertainment and its CEO are coming to light after a falling out between the company and some of its dev partners.
It took some finesse to make Switcher happen.
It'll run for almost three hours, too.
If he beats you in Killer Instinct this weekend, feel free to blame that.
The streaming future is upon us.
Turns out the PS2 memory card's quirks were other people's nightmares.
The goal of Strive is to make everyone feel like a "newcomer."
The updated Persona drops in at the end of a stacked month for games.
Falcom's behemoth RPG series is coming to the Switch in 2020.
The League developer has reached a settlement with its maligned employees.
There weren't enough people on some players' tails.
For those still clamoring for Starship Troopers games.
An employee will receive some compensation for the spread of Photoshopped images.
A fleshed-out photo mode is on the way, too.
A bevy of new listings are teasing something new.
If your special someone is always on the go, here's some ideas to make those delayed departures sting a little less.
GENTLE LOVE re-arranges one of King Knight's jams.
One of Metal Gear Solid's guiding hands has reportedly left the building.
I hope one of them pops out of a traffic cone or manhole.
Bullet hells can be a little less punishing for some players.
It might literally be sitting in a file folder somewhere.
Valve's controller will be missed by someone, I'm sure.
The core changes to Dota's formula feel like Dota 3 in disguise.
The changing of the guard continues for Pokemon, but it's not too drastic.
No vampire hunting after giving thanks.
"We had no idea we were making a JRPG until we were almost at full JRPG."
Cal Kestis rockets to the front of the pack.
Info from the official strategy guide got out, and they'd like to know who did it.
Explore the world through Alyx's eyes.
Google, Sony, Microsoft, and soon, Amazon.
The Undying Mind's return left a little to be desired.
Star Wars links a father and the son he inspired.
Like Ocean's 11, though probably a lot louder.
Plus, the president enters the fray.
And you won't have to wait long to see what they're working on.
Some indie darlings are up for smaller awards, but not the major one.
And Smash Bros. gets some belated acknowledgement.
Corner Wolves is the first project meant to expand the scope of storytelling in the industry.
The Uncharted co-creator has found a Hollywood-sized backer.
The trial by fire pays off, for once.
There should be more news before the year is out.
Also, Gill is back, both buff and almost in the buff.
We've got a tussle for the loot game spotlight on our hands.
It looks more frightening than it really is.
The developers of Guildlings and Threes say the model is fixing the player-dev relationship.
A Kotaku report indicates the series may return after a rough venture to Andromeda.
Phil Spencer says putting games on Game Pass doesn't devalue them.
"...We will not be out of position on power or price."
More resources doesn't mean Feargus Urquhart wants giant teams.
Tell Me Why looks like it ain't nothing but a heartache.
The former CTO is now the "consulting CTO."
Family sharing, Android compatibility, and more are missing the launch window.
The new game's director explains why one feature is locked in the On position.
It's just something in his eye, okay?
It looks like the many, many studios of Xbox will have some news to share.
Also, Piccadilly should hopefully be less of a circus.
Some old treasure for the Youngbloods.
The power of the cloud?
President Furukawa says they'd like to sell the Switch at its current price point for as long as possible.
The only cure for the offseason blues.
Shepard's legacy should outlive their consoles.
Final Fantasy 14 and mobile games carry Square Enix through a quiet year.
The Switch Lite has been "additive."
PlayStation Now will still lag behind Sony's first-party rollout.
Shuhei Yoshida will meanwhile be heading up a new indie-focused initiative.
Sam's sneaking missions can still be fun, even if they don't quite measure up.
Turns out hitting level 999 was just the tip of the iceberg.
Terry's entrance into Smash Bros. came with a lot of fanfare.
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