Archive for "Editorials" Category
While Sony and Nintendo undoubtedly had better years than Xbox, led by Phil Spencer, put in some work that wil...
All three companies ended up having a good year in 2018, but one reigned supreme.
Sony definitively won the exclusives war in 2018, but who might come out on top in 2019?
Fallout 76 may have a future but will it find success with its current focus, especially in such a crowded mar...
Part of the Effects Modes, Purify represents a deep level of strategy while illustrating relationships.
These two vastly different genres with all their quirks may have more in common than we think.
With E3 2019, Sony is caught between a rock and a hard place, and that’s its own fault.
How much can - and should - a massive open world immerse the player?
X018 was fine, but after all that hype, you can’t help but feel a bit disappointed.
Microsoft can use X018 to set Xbox up for success in the future.
Nintendo has set an ambitious target for itself, one that I am not sure they can actually meet.
Despite having a lower install base, Microsoft has a lot to gain with the release of Red Dead Redemption 2.
Not every game, even those with microtransactions, wants your cash. Some want to get on your good side first.
Rockstar's latest may be the "highest rated" but it's a phenomenon for many other reasons.
Spider-Man: The City That Never Sleeps is off to a great start with its first of three episodes.
The success of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 can only mean good things for fans of single player and multiplayer g...
The number of monsters with interesting mechanics, new skills and new gear seem far and few these days.
If streaming is the future of gaming, then PS Now is here, now.
Join us as we take a look back at Amplitude's quirky rouge-like.
What constitutes a "fun" grind? What makes for a "dull" grind? Is grinding even all that bad?