Mathew Olson is a writer formerly of Digg, where he blogged and reported about all things under the umbrella of internet culture (including games, of course). He lives in New York, grew up under rain clouds and the influence of numerous games studios in the Pacific Northwest, and will talk your ear off about Half-Life mods, Talking Heads or Twin Peaks if you let him.
CD Projekt Red says the game will support Microsoft's cross-gen "Smart Delivery."
Also, Phil Spencer confirms how much power the Series X's processor has.
Resellers are trying to push for a price five times higher than retail.
A familiar face (and beard) from Game of Thrones is joining the show's cast.
Yes, you'll have plenty of folks to talk to beyond Tom Nook and Isabelle.
Game director Naoki Yoshida and other Japan-based staffers are bowing out.
The Pokemon-inspired MMO is off to a strong start.
CD Projekt Red is one of only a few companies that stand to reap this benefit.
It's not clear what this move means for KSP 2's former lead development studio.
That's PlayStation's second event cancellation in two days.
In development since 2015, the Borderlands movie now has Eli Roth at its helm.
Seems like Respawn is experimenting with multiple map hoppers.
NookLink will help you manage your custom designs and chat with friends.
There'll likely be a showdown between Google and Nvidia in Night City.
Grab your plasma cutter and get ready to punch the clock.
C'mon bud, join us on the island.
Could Sony finally be looking to retire the PlayStation Move?
It'll also finally debut on the Rockstar Games Launcher.
Turns out we didn't need to wait too long to see what Hello Games is up to.
Trade your gunmetal gray in for a Hasbro-approved look.
Want to explore space in a strange, organic pod? Knock yourself out.
We talk with Capcom's Matt Walker about Devil May Cry's past, present, and future.
Larian Studios is gearing up for a gameplay reveal at PAX East.
It's also getting a physical release for both the PS4 and Switch.
It's not out in all regions yet, so you may need to wait a bit.
Oculus' founder Palmer Luckey is one of the deep-pocketed bidders.
So, if what we have now is Armor 2.0, is this Armor 2.1?
The Index, Oculus, and even low-end headsets are seeing supply run dry.
Media Molecule says "that's just us being devs and exploring."
Counting Control's DLC and Crossfire X, that's four projects in the works.
The show and new Switch port boosted US sales 554% over last year.
Your virtual reality trip to City 17 is just around the corner.
Dante and Vergil can take on the Bloody Palace together.
Designer Jake Keating talks "Effect and Cause" in a new interview.
That's a big price tag for a beige bit of history.
Meditations on the theme of "repair" with robots, relationships, and more.
We'll come back for you some day, Tepig.
ConcernedApe isn't "setting out to make the next indie smash hit," but his next game sounds ambitious nonetheless.
A bug hiding on a small number of servers can impact thousands in a game like Destiny 2.
Battle.net's been disabled on it until further notice.
Brittle Hollow's not just hiding secrets beneath its surface.
"This is the most ambitious project I've ever been a part of," Condrey says.
Would you buy a stat boost if your PlayStation encouraged you to?
Starting tomorrow, you'll have a week to party up in pairs.
"I bristle a little bit, because Netflix doesn't sell the content that's in Netflix."
The studio will continue to work on its free-to-play shooter, The Cycle.
He's never used Kickstarter before, but now he's shooting his shot.
Jamie White eats these mines for breakfast.
Guardians who loot together scoot together.
It's still probably a good thing that Valve cut it.
CEO Strauss Zelnick wants investors to know he doesn't expect more turnover at Rockstar.
Virtuos, the team leading the port, has temporarily closed its studio.
Brush up on your detective work and drill those nonograms.
One of Ubisoft's recent delays has slipped further to 2021, and Beyond Good & Evil 2 looks to be farther out than that.
Seems like Artyom left Steam only yesterday…
They know Nioh 2 wasn't at the top of every fan's wishlist.
You could collect and breed your own Temtem… or you could fork over some cash.
To celebrate, Kamiya's sharing some early design docs.
Will we be seeing the PS5 in the next few weeks? Let's think about it.
GeForce Now lets you stream games you already own off the equivalent of a high-end PC.
It's "bye bye Turbocharger," and "hello new gun, new ammo, and more."
There's no trailer just yet, but there is a handsome new poster.
The tech's pricey though, so take this with a heavy pinch of salt.
This quaint love story is finding a few new homes.
Plus new quests and gear, including a rad compound bow.
It's harder to settle on a price when your competitor hasn't.
R.E.A.L. might be as close as you can get to visiting Los Santos in person.
2016's Doom didn't start off slow, but this is a full-on sprint.
They're not fully fledged missions, but they're not randomly generated either.
Also, Revenant's looking quite deadly in the arena.
Shuntaro Furukawa thinks the Switch is different enough from either next-gen console.
The brand is strong, but it could be stronger.
Here's what that means for you and your fellow villagers.
Picture a TV with Halo on it. In a barn. With the lights off.
Laidlaw joined the team in late 2018. Now, he's moving on.
Console releases, though, are a different matter.
We'll be meeting a new monster on February 27.
Alien Hominid Invasion isn't a sequel, but it's not a remaster either.
Don't start planning your retirement just yet, brave knight.
Two switching features are coming to the Switch release.
343 wants to preserve what makes Halo unique.
Also, if you have a mobile device, you'll be able to trade online freely.
The NES record will be the next to fall.
A Blaviken blow-by-blow, if you will.
House House joins the "Pay the Rent" movement in Australia.
He's not hot on "just throwing more pixels up on the screen."
Phoenix Labs will continue to work on its free-to-play action RPG.
Players logged in to find that their currencies had pulled a disappearing act.
Right now, it looks a little klean for kombat.
Want to store 'em all? It'll cost you a bit.
Want to make your supernatural samurai look like Yoshi-P? No problem.
He also believes that TV and video games aren't comparable.
So long Forge, we hardly knew ye.
You've gotta do more than strafe and shoot, Slayer.
The spin-off would be "impossible to fit in the actual timeline."
The people behind Dutch, Arthur, and other game stars want to set something straight.
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