If you were hoping for the highest of high-end performance… dream on, Faden.
Jesse Faden's bringing Haven, Va-11 Hall-A, and cheap three-month subscriptions with her.
The streaming giant's new response to a rash of copyright-related removals is seen by many as long-overdue and insufficient.
Remedy needs a bit more time getting Control ready for PS5 and the new Xboxes.
Cloud gaming is rolling out on more Switches.
Those bids in the tens of thousands of dollars? They may be meant to oust the scalpers.
Looks like a switch got flipped somewhere.
The publisher isn't budging on letting Control owners upgrade for less than ticket price.
It looks like Jesse will investigate an off-world Altered World Event.
If you've already explored the FBC on Xbox One or PS4, you're out of luck.
It's all one universe? Always has been.
Today's State of Play was packed with new trailers.
Remedy confirms that the Bureau will return for another generation.
Counting Control's DLC and Crossfire X, that's four projects in the works.
It was a wonderful night in Las Vegas, and the winner is one mischievous goose.
Plus, a ninja and a goose round out the Game of the Year category.
Xbox Head Phil Spencer indicated that it was, but Remedy says otherwise.
And Smash Bros. gets some belated acknowledgement.
An Epic representative tells USG that DRM and store authentication decisions are up to developers and publishers.
Document your time as the Director of the Federal Bureau of Control.
It's available on the PS4 now.
But we'll be hearing about an update to the game's map screen "soon."
Remedy's latest is impressing players across all platforms, but on the lower-end things start to look like a slideshow.
They've all been through concepts that gradually turned into other Remedy games.
A syllabus for what to try before jumping into Remedy's Control.
It's been a busy week for games. Here are our biggest takeaways.
Epic is trying to sweeten the pot and bring PC players over to its store.
Remedy Entertainment's mind-bending adventure has a release window.