Archive for "Editorials" Category
An analysis of Sony's first party studios to try and figure out what unannounced exclusives could be coming to...
Nothing ventured, nothing gained is a quick summary of the Nintendo show.
Now that the dust has settled, it's time to look at the week's biggest winners and losers.
Sony shows us how to almost sabotage an almost guaranteed win.
Microsoft addresses some immediate failings as it takes the long view of the market.
Microsoft needs a solid strategy at E3 and announcing the same old exclusives may not be enough.
EA starts off E3 2018 on an inauspicious note.
Sony's heading into E3 as the leader but can it up the ante?
Cry "rip-off!" all you'd like but the two big shooters continue a long tradition of iteration.
Bethesda is setting up an excellent precedent of great single player experiences over the last several years.
Where the hell is the next Onimusha game?
Going into E3, Nintendo is playing with power. Here's how it can leverage that to stand out.
Sony may have tipped their hand, but they still have plenty of tricks up their sleeves.
An in-depth look at why exclusives still matter in this day and age.
Microsoft is riding on a wave of goodwill and momentum- here's how they can continue down that path.
Losing the plot, quite literally.
Interesting challenges and clear feedback can lead to memorable experiences, especially in difficult titles.
The state of the Halo franchise.
Sony doubles down on its already announced lineup for E3 in preparation of the move to the PS5.
Does it make sense for Sony to launch the PlayStation 5 in the near future?