Check out some of the top eSports events that both fans and professional players will be looking forward to in the coming year.
This week Fresh Look Columnist Michelle Sayatovich is overjoyed because Apple Arcade subscribers are getting new mobile releases every Friday for the entire month of January 2023. And these new titles are just the recipe for combatting the winter blues. Check out her column about these newly released mobile games.
The three most popular genres right now for indie games are survival, roguelites and metroidvanias. But sometimes, developers find a mysterious way to mix all three genres and come up with something brilliant. In this week’s Save State column, Vincent Mahoney plays with a perfect example of that in Rogue Legacy 2.
This week, Michelle Sayatovich has returned from her hiatus and is back to writing her Fresh Look column. Michelle is starting the new year in her column by sharing all about the video games that she is looking forward to in early 2023.
This week, Save State features the action RPG franchise known as Ys series by Nihon Falcom. Vincent Mahoney takes a close look at a title in the series from 2006 called Ys Origin. It’s a prequel to the previous nine titles, all with action, puzzles, platforming elements and movement that is both agile and responsive.
This week, Neal Sayatovich is Fresh Look’s guest columnist for his wife, Michelle. Neal takes a look at the year in gaming, and he shares with us his picks for the biggest highlights and deepest disappointments of 2022.
Dignitas has announced its League of Legends Championship Series roster for the 2023 season. This is the first time that Dignitas will field multiple regional champions.
River City Girls 2 continues the tradition of being a wonderful beat ‘em up series. As funny and irreverent as it is a solid combatant, this is one title that no self-respecting brawler will want to miss. It also has four player co-op for even more punch.
Recent high profile game releases like Pokémon Scarlet and Violet and Cyberpunk 2077 have exposed a real problem with modern titles. Perhaps because of unrealistic deadlines, high technical requirements and a lack of playtesting, many video games are swarming with bugs these days.
Fresh off his review of Sonic Frontiers, Save State columnist Vincent Mahoney goes racing off again with an indie game series called Spark the Electric Jester, which is inspired by all things Sonic the Hedgehog. Let’s see how well this new game flies around its electrified tracks.