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
A month after release, some ads find their way into NBA 2K.
Microsoft would want the whole ecosystem to move over, not just games on a case-by-case basis.
You can still play on your new console with backward compatibility, though.
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.
The publisher responds to one developer, surprised to see a reportedly crunch-ridden project brought back to life.
A new RPG adventure, just in time for RPG-loving PS5 owners.
We've finally seen the interface of Sony's next-gen console.
Take to the streets as Kiryu-chan.
Be any Eivor you want to be.
Milla Jovovich is going hunting.
The classically-inspired RPG shifts into another year.
It has a fair bit of new content, too.
It's a good month for Definitive Editions.
The cultural event of Blaseball only continues to escalate.
Going fast would be ideal in Fall Guys.
A new report puts the studio's North American presence into question.
Plus, Anji and newcomer Giovanna look to join the roster.
The guest and backer characters won't be joining the roster.
There are a lot of ways to transfer that data, though.
The "overwhelming majority" will be playable on PS5, but a handful won't make the cut.
The studio's looking to make something "aspirational."
Celebrate Christmas with some creepy scares.
There were "ultimately some trade-offs" made for next-gen console versions.
You'll get to play with your food right when the PS5 launches.
Two oft requested returning fighters and John Rambo join the lineup.
Hyrule is in a slightly better condition than you last saw it.
The book will set the stage for the game, just a few days before launch.
It's also got a lot of options for keeping cool and quiet.
Some more info on Nintendo's remaining Fall lineup.
A good glimpse of the future for sports games on next-gen.
The Order extends into the world of Watch Dogs.
Robbie and Purah get some spotlight.
Bethesda could already be bolstering Xbox's lineup.
There's still more to come for Mortal Kombat 11.
Add some more swords to the fray next Friday.
Early figures are pointing towards this being one of 2020's big success stories.
Custom characters are looking like a pretty appealing choice.
Expanding the player base and improving combat feel are on the docket for Ubisoft's battle royale.
I'm gonna fly like an eagle.
Steve's building up the roster.
A free giveaway leaks a little bit early.
The webslinger looks a little different under the mask.
Another combatant joins the massive lineup of Ultimate.
CD Projekt Red is in a "final sprint" towards launch that entails mandatory overtime.
Some items might help with not dying a bunch early on.
The AI seems particularly unruly.
Bring your mobile pals into the world of Sword and Shield.
Load times, last-gen improvements, and a new controller were all discussed in detail today.
Flash is going, and taking FarmVille with it.
We'll probably hear some more about the upcoming Crown Tundra.
Ichiban's journey will take a little longer to hit next-gen PlayStations.
The Legendary Edition will reportedly have all the DLC and no MP.
An attempt will be made.
See the sights, only better now.
The great beyond is full of cute puzzles, it seems.
Xbox is getting ahead of some rumors that have been spinning up.
We might need to make a Punnett square to explain this one.
The two studios, Moonshot and Secret Door, are helmed by former Blizzard veterans as well.
Even after a big buy, Xbox could still keep growing.
Bungie is honoring a coworker and friend today.
Tactical Solitaire Espionage.
Time to catch up on Destiny 2, before Beyond Light.
See the world in even more ways.
Your old Spidey save won't make the trek over to PS5.
The creatives behind Skullgirls are taking the wheel.
The 2003 resistance shooter returns.
The week begins with industry shaking news from Xbox and Bethesda.
Next-gen Rutger Hauer.
After 30 years in games, he's chasing other passions.
There are a lot of meters, but it all somehow clicks.
The bikes are setting back down on the ground.
Gather up some Goodfellas, it's time for crime.
Lower resolution target, smaller file size.
Demon's Souls and Destruction All-Stars indicate a shift in pricing for Sony's next generation.
PlayStation's version of Game Pass, it seems.
Here's what the next fantasy looks like, on the next generation of consoles.
Nine Inch Nails' classic tracks have been remastered for vinyl.
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