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Pokemon GO players have been worried Niantic will ditch the game once Harry Potter: Wizards: Unite is released, but the developer says that isn't the case.
Destiny 2 is going to have two DLCs and a big fall expansion at least, but when is the game finally going to get around to adding this one, key thing?
There's one thing Niantic could do to increase engagement with Pokemon GO, and it should be as simple as flipping a switch.
Nintendo has seen the success of the Switch in 2017, and wants to massively increase production in 2018 to try and catch the Wii, Xbox One and PS4.
Another expansion, another window of time to talk about how expensive Hearthstone continues to feel, but this time, something’s different.
Battlefront 2 has made sweeping changes to its loot boxes and Star Cards, but it may not be enough to avoid accusations of being pay-to-win.
The Xbox One X is clearly powerful, but it's missing something to show off that power more coherently.
Pokemon GO developer Niantic is making Harry Potter; Wizards Unite next. But fans are worried that GO will suffer as a result.
Activision has confirmed that Call of Duty: WWII has doubled the sales of Infinite Warfare last year to this point.
The Xbox One X is out, and it's a hugely powerful, but enormously expensive console. Should you buy one? It's a complicated question.
Best Buy's Black Friday ad has just been leaked, and it has some pretty steep deals on hardware and software for PS4 and Xbox One, and some great 4K TV deals as well.
Assassin's Creed Origins is outselling its predecessor by a 2:1 margin since its release. Some time off seems to have done the series some good.
Call of Duty: WWII appears to be performing and selling far better than its predecessor, Infinite Warfare.
I've played a lot of mobile games in my day, but Marvel's Contest of Champions is the only one I've stuck with and continued to enjoy over a long period of time. Here's why.
If Call of Duty loves zombies so much, why doesn't it just marry the concept to its other modes?
There's a new theory a future death in The Walking Dead that was amplified further by the events of last night's episode.
Pokemon GO just introduced a bunch of new raid bosses, and nearly all of them are terrible. But why? There might be a somewhat logical answer.
The Walking Dead's cast has gotten overgrown at this point, and it's time for the Negan war to mow the lawn. Who needs to die?
Thor: Ragnarok is a hilarious new addition to the MCU, but once you excavate all the hidden jokes you missed, it's even more funny.
Blizzard showed off a bunch of awesome new stuff for Overwatch at Blizzcon, including a new hero, Moira, and a bunch of great skins.