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One Year In, Battlefield 1 Is Still Going Strong

Battlefield 1 continues the franchise’s tradition of launching in a somewhat patchy state, only to be bolstered through ongoing developer support. In the past 12 months, the game has added 22 maps and seven modes, along with millions of new players. Let’s examine BF1’s launch state, its evolution through updates, and the radical multiplayer tweaks that […]

Monster Hunter: World – PlayStation global launch date announced

Monster Hunter: World – PlayStation global launch date announced

As mentioned in previous posts, Monster Hunter: World will be launching first on consoles, followed by Windows PC at a later date. Today, at the annual PlayStation Press Conference before Tokyo Game Show begins, it was announced that the PlayStation 4 version of the game will launch simultaneously worldwide on 26 January, 2018, including the English version. Sony also […]

One Year In, Battlefield 1 Is Still Going Strong

The Amazing Eternals – Warframe dev reveals new first-person shooter

Formerly known as Keystone when first announced back in May, developer Digital Extremes recently confirmed the game has been re-branded as The Amazing Eternals. Players who opt into the Founders Program, starting 29 August, will have direct feedback access to the dev team, as well as exclusive in-game gear, instant access to the Closed Beta, and more. The […]

One Year In, Battlefield 1 Is Still Going Strong

Azure Striker Gunvolt 2 Review

Azure Striker Gunvolt 2 is a fulfilling follow-up to Inti Creates’ electric 3DS action-platformer from 2014, and while it’s notably similar in many ways, the subtle changes it introduces expand and enrich the experience. An additional playable character–the returning antihero Copen–completely changes the way the game is played, and expanded sub-systems imbue the action with newfound […]

One Year In, Battlefield 1 Is Still Going Strong

Sonic Boom: Fire and Ice Review

Although formulaic and somewhat one-note, Sonic Boom: Fire and Ice is a fast-paced platformer in a similar vein to classic side-scrolling Sonic the Hedgehog games. It combines the same enjoyable spin-dashing, looping courses, and ring collecting of old with some new–albeit vapid–ideas. The story comes down to the classic struggle of Sonic and friends trying to clean […]

One Year In, Battlefield 1 Is Still Going Strong

Yo-Kai Watch 2 Review

You’d be forgiven for confusing the latest addition to the Yo-kai Watch series–a set of sequels with minor differences named Yo-kai Watch 2: Bony Spirits and Fleshy Souls–for its original predecessor. That’s because Yo-kai Watch 2, first released in Japan in 2014 and now only having reached North America, is nearly a carbon copy of the 2013 original. The sequel’s […]

One Year In, Battlefield 1 Is Still Going Strong