The countdown to Todd’s final retirement is on this week. And as saddened as this news makes us, we are still pretty stoked that he is going out with a bang. It’s time for the 2019 Hardcore awards. Who will earn accolades, and who will get the lemons this year?
It’s a strong month for new games and while Drew has been caught between a whole bunch of them, here are the twohe’s lost most of his time to this week – the perspective-bending philosophical puzzler Superliminal, and a new entry in a little-known series of monster-catching simulators.
After 22 years charging every windmill in the game industry and offering his blood, sweat and tears to provide fans with thoughtful and entertaining articles, Todd Hargosh is hanging up his Hardcore column. This week begins the final countdown for Hardcore. And, Todd names his well-vetted successor.
Ever wished you could find the perfect game to give to a non-gaming friend to show them why you love the artform so much? Or maybe it’s you who wants to get into the hobby, but you’re just not sure where to start. Either way, Drew is here with an exhaustive list of three whole options that just might be what you’re looking for.
This week, when not constantly playing The Outer Limits, Todd is excited about the news that Hideo Kojima’s (maybe) masterpiece Death Stranding is breaking out of the PlayStation 4 platform and coming to PC games as well. Not that everyone feels the same way.
Like any fan of horror gaming, our online editor loves Halloween. But what was once a beautifully frightening creature, those walking corpses known as zombies, have become a bit overused and dull in games today. Check out some other scary creatures that could amp up our frightening fun.
Bethesda have announced a subscription service for the Fallout game that you probably thought was as abandoned as the wasteland it depicts. Does Drew think the subscription is worth the asking price? Well, judging by the article title, obviously not.
Under a newly announced partnership, MSI will outfit the University of Missouri Esports team with state-of-the-art gaming systems and provide resources and expertise to bolster their program. The campus will enjoy a high-tech gaming space with high-end broadcasting capabilities and a spectating area.
With his missing PlayStation 4 finally back in place, longtime Xbox player Todd Hargosh tries out some PlayStation gaming services like PlayStation Now. With all the improvements Sony has made recently, he’s shockingly impressed.
Backed by more than 50 experienced, independent esports reporters, the Esportz Network is building a new state of the art broadcast center in Orange County, California, with completion targeting the end of the first quarter of 2020.