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
Yoji Shinkawa seems interested in manga, too.
And he took some sets, too.
It's leak season, y'all.
Ninja Theory is diving deeper into mental health issues and games.
The state is trying to intervene to get more for the women of Riot.
Lots of dogs in Texas this year.
Pikachu tears, now in 3D.
No more waiting on someone's initial dialogue.
The delisted games will also be returning to Steam this week.
It sure does look shiny.
Ten of the top 15 games were Call of Duty.
The delay seems to have pushed back multiplayer development as well.
CD Projekt Red wants this game to be its "crowning achievement for this generation."
This is it, this roguelike, it was made for me!
Byleth dives deep into the Abyss for more students to teach.
And there are even more Smash DLC fighters on the way.
Some new playable characters enter the fray.
One of E3's most infamous sights seems like it might never return.
Bet it all on Green Team.
Without PlayStation at the show, Microsoft will have the next-gen stage to itself.
And he gets a sweet sword, too.
The co-op superhero experience will get an extra round of fine-tuning and polish.
Sony says it does not feel the "vision of E3 2020" is the right venue for showing PS5 and other announcements.
The former pro footballer wants to help educate parents about loot boxes.
Signs of life for a classic RPG?
Medical help was called in thanks to his friend's efforts.
The World of Darkness will address real-world Seattle issues like homelessness.
It's starting to highlight a discovery issue.
We're gonna shout it loud, even if our words seem meaningless.
Carlos might get a little more spotlight in the remake.
But it's created a new divide in the process.
Sol and Dizzy can clash with Kunio and Riki.
You can catch a Galarian Slowpoke once the update is live.
Notes, quotes, and rumors from the week in gaming.
Audio storytelling from the corner.
We're getting more Pokemon news sooner than you'd expect.
The power of PC gaming and two not-Joy-Cons.
It's like physics class for video games.
AMD's shot of the Series X had some surprising info.
The autobattler has been slowly bleeding players.
He's also got a new original VN in the works.
The action game dev is looking to make some announcements this year.
It's a week full of wonderful speedruns, and one mischievous goose.
Nothing has been resolved on the legal front, though.
The Respawn CEO is helping DICE LA step out of Stockholm's shadow.
The Star Wars super studio that almost was.
The new Midgar might be headed for home computers (eventually).
Terms for "future cooperation" between the two have been set.
Pressure is mounting for government regulation of loot boxes.
There's no mandate from on-high to stick to a status quo.
The indie publisher is offering an out for those who want it.
Google makes its first big studio grab for Stadia.
Reach out and touch crab.
The leads behind Ubisoft's wall-smashing success story are moving on.
Going back to Modern Warfare seems to have worked out.
It took years of searching and Scumm work.
See just how much time Fire Emblem and Pokemon ate up.
Meet me in the Life of a Peasant lobbies.
How Compulsion Games found itself in stormy weather.
Xbox wants game saves to make the jump to next-gen.
I want you back (buttons).
"Series" is a designation, leaving the door open for more models to come.
An old snapshot of Tifa gets the Remake treatment.
Fill your space base with chippy cheer.
Seth is back with a brand new body.
Don't worry, there are still chainsaws on the Lancers.
It's a new project from the maker of PUBG.
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.
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