You can't fish hamburgers out of the trash cans, though.
"So far things are going well" with work from home for the Elder Scrolls Online team.
But to tide you over, check out these retro throwback fighters.
Why Matsuno is collaborating with the Final Fantasy 14 team again.
It's tough to get a Switch right now, but that will hopefully change.
You can still drop into Verdansk solo, though.
Don't worry, that audio jack for headsets isn't going anywhere.
An itsy-bitsy survival game from Obsidian arrives this summer.
The newest PlayStation controller will have haptic feedback and adaptive triggers.
Support a good cause, and get some loot in the process.
A trial run last year produced "unhealthy data" in terms of keeping new players engaged.
Lego ain't cheap, and getting your plastic plumber will set you back $60.
The new kid on the block seems popular.
The stalk market has always been serious business, and now it's very easy to make a profit.
Due to COVID-19, the focus is shifting to online presence.
Sea of Stars just picked up a new guest star.
All refunds are being issued immediately.
ZA/UM's bringing USgamer's Game of the Year 2019 to the Switch.
A report from VGC backs up the latest rumors.
Hello Games' latest addition says "hello" a bit too early.
Netflix's true-crime documentary about big cat traders is spurring odd and occasionally concerning Animal Crossing crossovers.
I doubt this one will be challenged anytime soon.
Still not as weird as half the Sans fanfic on Archive of Our Own.
Tuesday's show is set to feature news about Gears Tactics, Grounded, and more.
Following its delay, Naughty Dog's Neil Druckmann discusses the state of the game.
Publisher Planet Entertainment says it's "as anxious as you for the digital download" release.
Shine a new light on Steelport.
Here's a nice story to brighten your Monday morning.
Unleash the balloons once again.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | Console sales and engagement numbers have been up, but nobody's happy about COVID-19.
Need a little patience, yeah yeah.
There's a lot of uncertainty in the air right now.
This summer, we settle all family business.
You can now select any hero from an event, after a certain amount of pulls.
The announcements aren't done quite yet.
The remake is truly filled with beautiful people.
It's sort of like a bunch of tiny Nintendo Indie World videos all released at once.
Block by Blockwest isn't the same as a real festival, but does SXSW have square pigs?
"Logistically, the global crisis is preventing us from providing the launch experience our players deserve."
Along with a lore dump and a limited time event, Apex gets more ways to play next week.
You can stream, but Square Enix will find you.
We heard you like Dreams, so here's something like Dreams inside of Dreams…
Sony's Mark Cerny dives into exactly how and why the PS5's chip can mimic the PS4 and PS4 Pro for backward compatibility.
You now can't start, or download, the game at all.
"I did some learning around Fable Legends and Scalebound."
These two things definitely belong together.
Spencer says the Series X's on-board software needs to be all-there for launch, but games are another matter.
Super Mario 3D World, Galaxy, Sunshine, and 64 are getting everyone's attention.
Midgar takes up a lot of disc space.
Other companies will have online events in June to replace their E3 plans; Bethesda won't.
First it'll launch on PS4, then it'll come to the Switch and PC in 2021.
And it's surprisingly good fun.
It's probably not a Titan, sorry.
Aspyr says a "remedy for this loophole is now in the works" and will come out soon.
There's been no explicit reason given, but the infamous "No Russian" mission is the likely cause.
It's been pushed back, though not by much.
Jake Rodkin says there'll be more info about the updated mod tool soon.
It's real, and it's available right now for some.
Instead of releasing in May, inXile's RPG is now slated for August.
With the global situation uncertain, Gamescom prepares for a digital show.
Super Mario 64, Sunshine, Galaxy to get Switch ports, while a new Paper Mario will hew to the N64 original.
You'll be able to take Halcyon on the go this June.
And it still hasn't been officially announced.
Some big changes are coming to the Dota card game.
Only your most recently played games will pull down updates right away.
Now you'll have no excuse for being blindsided by a haven for tarantulas.
Dan Golding's goose-y Debussy interpretations have been released by a real classical music label.
More Takeshi's Castle than Hunger Games.
As GameStop prepares to permanently shutter hundreds of stores this year, those still open are operating at risk.
Many Mario classics could make their way to Nintendo's latest console.
It looks like the remaster's release is imminent.
Square Enix is going back to Nier's roots.
Do they also handcuff the briefcase to the carrier?
US copies will likely be shipped this week for release day.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | Reports of the retailer's imminent demise have been mildly exaggerated.
It may be highly specific, but it is masterful.
If you don't want to be spoiled on how this cute Spring foliage works, look away.
All around the mulberry bush, the monkey chased the weasel. The monkey grabbed his elephant gun...
The premiere speedrunning fundraiser is also delaying its annual summer event.
Shantae's latest is exclusive to Apple for a spell, with console release in May.
In a new statement, Matt Booty reiterates on Microsoft's commitment to supporting studios as they adjust to working from home.
Sony is taking measures to help ensure internet stability.
At least your virtual landlord is doing the right thing.
A Sony spokesperson said they still don't see COVID-19 affecting the console's launch.
It looks like April 1 is when we're going to hear about PlatinumGames' final announcement.
Life, death, and mise en scene.
It features music from Super Mario Odyssey, Splatoon 2, and more.
Play on one Switch, several Switches, or the internet.
Maybe on Earth Day we should stop ransacking other islands for resources.
Push, pull, and climb your way to victory.
A taste of the next Bravely Default is a short download away.
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