THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | Phil Spencer says tribalism could drive him out of the industry.
The final sip will need to steep a while longer.
That means it'll also be removed from the eShop soon.
With many still banking V-Bucks from one Battle Pass to buy the next, Epic’s adding a new subscription to entice players.
No, sadly, Goro is not one of them.
This terrible, historic year has also seen an uptick in interest around gaming. That's exactly when our best writers should follow their instincts.
Hot on the heels of IO's big 007 announcement, Hitman's looking to give Night City a run for its money.
This is not a drill; I repeat, this is not a drill.
Checking in on Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin, WoW: Shadowlands, and even more Fall 2020 releases.
It sounds like this is one big benefit of Smart Delivery for developers.
Hades is a great choice, Doom Eternal... less so.
Sorry, Nintendo, but Mitzi won't ever be taking down her Bernie 2020 yard sign.
Supergiant and Naughty Dog have racked up the nods at this year's Keighley-tastic show.
The Chicago-based team is also welcoming some Bungie talent to the fold and creating a new Co-CEO position.
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity shows you a good time in Calamity Ganon's looming shadow.
Party like it's 2002.
Move your island! Expand your home inventory! Go completely bald for the holidays!
Steve isn't into diamonds anymore. He's all about Kyber crystals now.
This week's episode is all about Square Enix.
The company is warning more could be potentially compromised.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | Don't worry, there's PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S stuff in here too
Look out world, Kirby has some important poyo to take care of.
Rest assured, The Legend of Heroes will survive the 2020 apocalypse.
Pump the brakes on transferring that Shiny Groudon to Pokemon Sword and Shield.
The streaming giant's new response to a rash of copyright-related removals is seen by many as long-overdue and insufficient.
Listen to me, Nintendo.
These combinations are haunting my every waking moment.
Another Telltale adventure property makes a comeback.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | The Xbox Series X|S and PS5 offer two competing visions for the future.
Remedy needs a bit more time getting Control ready for PS5 and the new Xboxes.
The Switch is still pretty popular.
Brenda Romero and her team are close to launching their take on 1920s Chicago, and it's shaping up to be full of storytelling potential.
GDQ is sticking with social distancing, which means we get another round of off-beat speedrun showcases.
It's a single-player adventure from the makers of Battle Chasers: Nightwar.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | Cyberpunk 2077 developer stays true to form.
Ahead of Season 7's launch, Respawn's Jason McCord also fills us in on Horizon, map design, and Respawn's new studio.
Let's do the time warp again.
A new map and a new way to get around are coming to the Apex Games.
Transfer your save when the full game comes out! You can't lose, hero.
Travis Touchdown is really making himself at home on Nintendo's latest device.
Cloud gaming is rolling out on more Switches.
Hopefully it'll run better at launch than the Switch version did.
Many have come over, yet some remain overseas.
You're guaranteed to make new Poke-friends in Sword and Shield's Crown Tundra DLC. (Still, stay away from Stunfisk.)
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | Take-Two offered an ugly peek at the future with NBA 2K21.
The start of Season 7 will mark Apex's Steam debut.
Updating Westwood's 1997 classic is a bit harder than expected without the source code.
Nintendo's experiments with AR and Toys-to-Life games don't pay off in full here, but there's still some fun to be had.
After the success of 3D All-Stars, this new trend is starting to feel uneasy.
Inside: More jokes about Steve's reproductive organ in the context of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
Sometimes, you don't need to aim to shatter convention or establish a new genre.
Shadow Dragon, in its original form, but only for a limited time.
It might not be a total overhaul, but it's a spit-shine at the very least.
So long "complete" editions of Pokemon games, you will not be missed.
Connect will bridge the gap between consoles and generations.
To avoid a Modern Warfare problem, Fortnite's new update is like ripping off a band-aid.
It doesn't sound like ads are necessarily going away, but 2K promises the issue "will be fixed in future episodes."
Play as Luigi in Super Mario Bros. 35. (Or wear his skin, whatever.)
The Blaseball team's house-of-cards adventure is coming to new platforms.
There's a bit more of Pikmin 3 in that demo than intended, it seems.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | A new deal raises big questions about the present console generation and the future of gaming retail.
Microsoft would want the whole ecosystem to move over, not just games on a case-by-case basis.
Yup, a game with player retention issues and a widely criticized collection both did quite well.
Supergiant Games' Logan Cunningham shows off his pipes.
A new RPG adventure, just in time for RPG-loving PS5 owners.
A new job listing hints at the nature of Ken Levine's next "outrageous and ridiculous" title.
The classically-inspired RPG shifts into another year.
Who is that masked wizard?
After "Journey's End" comes the actual ending, credits and all.
It has a fair bit of new content, too.
A new report puts the studio's North American presence into question.
COMMUNITY QUESTION | Who else you got in your dream movie match-up?
The guest and backer characters won't be joining the roster.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | Accusations of sexual assault and racism at the streaming platform leave us wondering who's going to take responsibility.
Peter Piper plucked a peck of pickled Pikmin. Now you can too.
Hyrule is in a slightly better condition than you last saw it.
Some more info on Nintendo's remaining Fall lineup.
It's time for Animaniacs. Cuphead style.
Robbie and Purah get some spotlight.
Publishers, developers, journalists, influencers; we're all just guessing.
Thanks for the heads up?
Geralt is firmly on the big titty committee.
Ahead of its return to leading the series, Criterion revisits its first Need For Speed with the help of Stellar Entertainment.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | Game set in a dystopian world where corporations are stomping on people is being made by a corporation stomping on people.
Journey back to the Minus World with me.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons' new pumpking growing doesn't go full farming sim, thankfully.
You, too, can spend your points on a Tom Nook tote.
Young people need to get off my lawn, but they're still a vital market for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
Steve's building up the roster.
September's best game was a roguelite, but not the one we expected.
Another combatant joins the massive lineup of Ultimate.
You can imagine the reaction from folks who are mad about Super Mario 3D All-Stars.
Caty embarks on a frankly stupid exercise through her game tracking spreadsheet.
Get your free Switch fitness title while you still can.
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