This is a full disclosure discussion of Life is Strange, so…here be spoilers!
While everyone’s staggering out of the vault, eyes dazzled by the sun and lips seared by the desert wind of Fallout 4, I’ve been finishing Life is Strange. Well, that was weird.
After five amazing episodes, all the time-traveling drama comes down to the final few choices. Come see the ending, and a few different possibilities, as we come screaming into the end of the line for Life is Strange. Who will live? Who will die? It all ends now.
Less arguing and more celebrating in the Argue the Toss studio today, as Todd and Chella look back at the last 10 years of gaming on Xbox 360.
Bioware celebrated N7 Day, on 7 November, with a new teaser video for Mass Effect Andromeda, the next game in the series.
In an interview , Frank O’Connor of 343 industries revealed a backwards (in more ways than one) engineered reason for Cortana’s nakedness in Halo 5. Apparently, she’s not naked, it’s all an illusion.
This is part two of our Episode 5 Let’s Play of Life is Strange and Chella meets with the Mr. Jefferson for more drama. Will Max be able to save Chloe and Arcadia Bay?
Chella and John throw down the unwelcome mat in this episode of Argue the Toss to tell you what’s big for the ultimate hell home – gamer style. The stylish duo take their inspiration from horror games to help you really make a splash (of blood) and disconcert your guests, this Halloween
Sony’s press conference finished on a high note, as David Cage, of Quantic Dreams, announced a new game called Detroit: Become Human, with a trailer. Detroit is based on the character Kara, the female android featured in a tech demo Quantic created in 2012.
Sony announces No Man’s Sky release date as June 2016, during its Paris Games Week conference. New trailer features Rutger Hauer and shows combat.
Sony revealed a new gameplay trailer for WiLD, detailing some aspects of the game at Paris Games Week. WiLD is the new project from Michel Ancel.