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
He believes it's due to mass reporting, though he's been given little to go on from Nintendo.
Yup, that's a horse alright.
Bump up the resolution and slide into the beats.
This has been a very interesting offseason for virtual soccer.
And the monkey's paw curls on more finger.
Whatever you do, don't look ahead.
An old controversy heats up once again for Ubisoft.
Where you come from will affect where you go, and how.
That's a lot of chicken for one chocobo.
A huge turnout for Ultimate's debut year.
A re-release isn't off the table, but probably not happening soon.
If you want to see it, you'll want to make it to Hall H.
I really hope this isn't your dealbreaker.
You're gonna have to work for those levels.
More love can bloom on the battlefield.
An untranslated interview will finally be available for those who can't read Japanese.
Snatcher is here, but sadly not in English.
Even with a new Lite model out, folks are still whispering about an upgraded Switch.
As if regular Kaizo levels weren't hard enough.
It might get a little easier to find your diamond in the rough.
The spirit of one of the best Fire Emblems lives on, two decades later.
Also, Glavenus and another familiar face are here to mess you up.
A full reveal is coming at Gamescom this August.
The director of Baten Kaitos worked up a claymation-like concept for Nintendo.
For some, the Workshop is "one of the best things to happen to Overwatch."
So don't dump that 3DS XL just yet.
It might veer towards stealth and sci-fi as well.
The company is looking to Middle-earth and a new partnership.
Switch Lite adopters will be able to move their "gameplay experiences."
This odd slip-up makes us curious about a potential new platform.
Get in the spirit a week ahead of the new Pokemon game.
So hopefully no P.T. situations on Stadia.
Burnout doesn't help make Warframe happen.
It's monetized like, y'know, a mobile game.
Might wanna look out below.
Some good times and some bad, bad times.
It's already pretty, for one.
It's looking great for whenever it comes over to the west.
Settle in for the long haul.
There's also some new Pokemon to fill out the Galar Dex.
Cyber Sleuth is coming to Switch, but you'll have to wait a while.
It's incredibly anime, in a good way.
Time to woo some lads and lasses. And farm, I guess.
But they are keeping an eye on how it progresses.
They needed a hand making battles even bigger, so they went to the masters.
Sony isn't saying why, though.
So kids can also experience frustration over an alchemical formula gone haywire.
And it seems like there's more on the way, too.
So you can better track your target while reloading.
The boys are in trouble, and the girls are here to bail them out.
Though three studios are all on 2077, no comment on further-out projects.
Relive the glory days, now on the go.
No more bouncing out when you can still get picked up.
Your origin will change where you start the game, among other things.
You'll need to wait to savor the final sip.
It also includes Heavy Rain, which is nice.
The Marvel movie crosses over into the Marvel game.
They're also scrapping one stretch goal in favor of some others.
A few personal picks from a phenomenal week of charity fundraising.
The 70/30 split is "outrageous," says Fredrik Wester.
Cavill's Geralt is looking... cool?
The developer teased the multiplatform potential, though they're focused on another game for now.
SIE CEO Jim Ryan says content is "more important than ever before."
"This was a very difficult decision for me," says Junichi Masuda.
Maybe aim for quality over quantity, makers.
Because some folks just wanna ruin everyone's good time, I guess.
Stadia might not be the only outlet for Gylt-y pleasures.
Just because it's in the cloud doesn't mean you'll pay any less.
Not surprising, given Dota's history with passes.
Alliances are putting campaigns on hold to respond to an unexpected invasion of NPC forces.
It could be a bid for the West, similar to the new Tales game.
If you see a Yoshi and a Fire Flower, drop whatever you're holding.
It doesn't look like video games are on the agenda, though.
Pete Hines says it wasn't just about the brand, but pride.
It's about getting things right, rather than getting things out.
We can all agree Team Corgi is best, though.
And look at the adorable little legends you can play as!
The longer cut gives a glimpse at how you'll tackle the story at large.
Move over, Geralt of Rivia.
The new cards are getting a lukewarm reaction online.
Now starring Infringio and his brother, Copyright Infringio.
The Professor's New Look.
A 20th anniversary celebration seems to be teasing something more on the horizon.
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