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Yesterday, it took all of about thirty seconds for the conversation surrounding the reveal of the Xbox Scorpio from “Wow, that’s a really powerful system” to “Specs mean nothing if there aren’t any good games.” But it's a lot more complicated than that.
Today is one of the biggest days for Hearthstone in a very long time. It’s not just the introduction of a new expansion, Journey to Un’goro, but it’s a moment when more past adventures and expansions are falling out of standard rotation.
New information about the power of Xbox Scorpio has been revealed, and it's definitely a monster. But all that tech may lead to a high price, and it's tough to wonder where in the market this new console will fit between current offerings and PC.
Mass Effect: Andromeda is rolling out big fixes that affect how the game plays from the very start. It's the most significant example yet of why you should wait to play pretty much every big new release these days, until it can be patched into what it was supposed to be at launch.
Some aspect of the Xbox Scorpio will be revealed tomorrow, but in order for the system to find success for Microsoft this fall, a number of different conditions are going to have to be met.
Everyone may believe Pokemon GO to be dead, but it's far from it, according to new numbers from Niantic.
BioWare promised they would start fixing Mass Effect: Andromeda, and they've just released a list of what exactly is going to be altered, starting this week.
Destiny and The Division have been doing battle for the last year, but now it's pretty much time to say goodbye to them both.
Blizzard is teasing something new coming to Overwatch next week, but it looks like something unlike anything that's come before.
I have been cautiously optimistic about Agents of Mayhem, the new open world shooter from Saint's Row creator Volition, but my opinion of the game’s potential is starting to change pretty significantly.
Pokemon GO's events are great and a way to get players back on board, but the game needs ways to get people to stick around during its in-between downtime as well. Quests are one possible answer.
The Walking Dead has had an uneven season seven, but it brought it all together for a great finale, and a touching send-off for one of its major characters.
The Walking Dead will avoid another major cliffhanger like we saw last season, and that almost certainly means that we'll know of a specific character's death before the night is through.
Dynasty Warriors Unleashed brings the series to mobile at last, but it's buried under a mountain of microtransactions as an entry into the popular and profitable "gacha" genre.
Five years later, what has Mass Effect: Andromeda learned from one of the most infamous gaming missteps of all time, the ending to Mass Effect 3?
Is there a Pokemon GO April Fool's Day joke today? So far, it doesn't seem like it, but there was something pretty obvious and funny Niantic could have done.
A non-Nintendo console would have more options to fill the dead space. But Nintendo does not have Mass Effect or Ghost Recon. Instead, what Nintendo should have as a “back-up plan” is its collection of older games, made accessible by its Virtual Console.
Bungie is giving Cayde-6 a larger and larger role in Destiny, particular as they head toward a sequel. While this might be fine, without a larger change in tone, making your comic relief your lead may not be the right path forward.
After a week fraught with leaks, Destiny 2 is finally official announced, thanks to teaser posters, a teaser trailer, and now a “full” cinematic trailer which was just put online a few hours ago. So, how is it?
Pokemon GO's Water Festival event came out of nowhere to be one of the best things the game has done since launch, and Niantic should do more events like it in the future.