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It may seem strange to start talking about a potential Pokémon GO Halloween event in the middle of September, but that does seem like the first time we’re likely to see the game return to its style of “holiday” based events, something the game has now abandoned almost entirely for months now.
The saga of Battleborn appears to be drawing to a close, as after almost a year and a half, Gearbox appears to be willing to let the game fade gently into the good night. But Borderlands 3 is coming.
Xur is back in Destiny 2, but the game's totally reworked economy practically seems ready to put him out of a job. How can Xur remain relevant in Destiny 2 going forward?
It may be a better show than The Walking Dead in any number of ways, but Fear the Walking Dead is suffering from the same affliction as the original. Ratings are dropping.
I am running out ways to describe just how astonishing the success of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has been in the course of the past year, but it’s just broken what was the last Steam milestone to clear.
Destiny 2 has been out almost two weeks, and in that time I've come to realize I was wrong about one thing I disliked about the game initially.
Another week, another Pokémon GO event that is almost certainly not happening where you live. Why has the game abandoned its old global events every month?
Destiny 2 is the first major release of the fall/holiday rush, and Activision has just put out a statement singing its praises, calling it the “biggest console video game launch week” of the year.
Despite supply shortages, the Nintendo Switch is still selling well enough to dominate its competition, at least according to new NPD ranking which have the Switch on top of the Xbox One and PS4 in sales for four of the last six mon...
Destiny 2 has finally brought Xur into the game, and he's selling one of the sequels best weapons so far. Here's where to find Xur, and what to buy.
I genuinely didn’t think it was possible to make a more ugly special edition PS4 than the solid gold monstrosity we saw a few months ago, but here we are, and thanks to its ongoing deal with Activision and Call of Duty, Sony has topped themselves.
Legendary raids are all the rage in Pokémon GO these days, but there are other raids that still exist, ones that have been around since earlier in the summer and have largely been left by the wayside after those first initial weeks. Here's how to fix that.
Once you reach a certain point in Destiny 2, usually an hour or two after you finish the story, hit level 20 and are running around doing side missions and the like, progress starts to feel a little weird.
Game of Thrones had a bit of a rough year trying to keep its twists and turns a secret. Now they're taking drastic steps, and a page out of the Walking Dead playbook, to ensure that doesn't happen.
As dual hurricanes have just finished pummeling the US, and other natural disasters from flooding in Asia to earthquakes in Mexico have done incredible damage, Blizzard has announced their stepping up with a new charity venture to raise money for those affected.
The Nintendo Switch's portability is a feature that I can't help but want in every single new game I play. But that is likely going to remain a dream for a number of reasons.
There are a ton of new exotics in Destiny 2 (and a few old ones), but which are the best weapons in the game right now? Here's a ranking order.
Apple’s ARKit demos always look amazing, but it's important to pause and remember that just because something looks neat as a futuristic concept, it also has to perform well as a game in order to truly take off.
Destiny fans were puzzled when Bungie sent out a cryptic tweet this afternoon, one about the removal of an in-game Legendary item.
Pokemon GO has made a serious mistake with Legendary Pokemon from the start, but it may be too late to fix it now.