Those who predicted that PC gaming would die off were quite wrong (though it looked like they might be correct for a while) as gaming on the PC enjoys a huge resurgence in popularity. Fire up those PCs, because gaming on the PC is here to stay.
The battle for Destiny is also a battle for gamers as Bungie’s new FPS could secure a sales lead for the PlayStation 4 this Christmas, thanks to the help of some clever marketing tactics from Sony. All’s fair in love, war and gaming, right?
Todd continues his report on all the negative insults hurled at gamers these past weeks, and calls on everyone to support a petition for decency.
Todd wonders what happened when simple competition between game consoles results in death threats toward developers just trying to make good games for us to play.
At E3 Expo this year, GiN Reporter Lisa Campos was able to interview Dragon Age: Inquisition producer Cameron Lee, as well as get a great demo of one of the most intriguing titles scheduled for release this year.
Chella reports on all things Gamescom this week. Watching both major conferences, it looked like Microsoft would finally put one in the win column, until Sony came out and blew them away once again.
Todd pits the new PlayStation Now streaming service against the new EA Access download service as both try to mimic the success of PC streaming services like Steam for the console. So, which is better so far?
It’s been a long, slow summer, with games releases very thin on the ground. All is not lost, dear play chums. Gamescom, Europe’s biggest industry show and one of the highlights of the gaming calendar, is just two weeks away. Publishers and developers are whetting our appetite with lineup announcements and it’s looking good. Based on what we know and some wishful thinking, I list the things I want to see at Gamescom. BioWare’s new IP What we know: The Mass Effect developer has confirmed that a new IP will be revealed at Gamescom 2014. We’ve been treated to a […]
A dying Mac forces Todd back into the world of PC gaming, where he finds that a lot has improved since he left in disgust a few years ago. So look out PC players – he’s baaaaack!
Chella deconstructs Valiant Hearts: The Great War in terms of artistic merit, gameplay and storytelling style. And she’s mighty glad that the industry, and Ubisoft specifically, is willing to take chances like this beyond the normal run and gun bullet storm gameplay we normally get.