• Started World War Z →

    World War Z

    Based on the 2006 book of the same name, and set in the same universe as the 2013 film adaptation, the game follows groups of survivors of a zombie apocalypse in the cities of Moscow, New York, Jerusalem, and Tokyo.

  • Somehow, I’m not even a little surprised Samsung’s $2600 phone — the one that folds in half — is having major hardware problems.

  • Capcom Appears To Be Teasing Something Related To Resident Evil 3 →

    While I’d love to be wrong, I think it’s a massive leap to assume these vague, seemingly unrelated posts have anything to do with the announcement of a Resident Evil 3 game. Given the success of RE2, I’m certain we’ll see one at some point but I really doubt this is it.

  • Octopath Traveler arrives on PC in June

    Octopath Traveler

    Andy Chalk, writing for PC Gamer:

    Square Enix announced today that the previously Nintendo Switch-exclusive JRPG Octopath Traveler is coming to Steam on June 7.

    Octopath Traveler features a retro-styled mix of 2D and 3D graphics in the magical realm of Orsterra, where eight distinct characters, each with their own skills, stories, and motivations, undertake perilous journeys in pursuit of unique goals ranging from self-discovery to revenge.

    I loved what I played (the first 10-12 hours or so) of the game on Nintendo Switch and had always hoped we’d see the game make the jump to another platform. Even without any mentioned enhancements, other than achievements, trading cards, and Steam Cloud saving, the game is a must-buy if only for the amazing graphics, classic gameplay, and entertaining story.

  • I loved The Last Jedi. I’m excited for The Rise of Skywalker. That is all.

  • Art by Alex Maleev

    Art by Alex Maleev

  • Xbox: Stadia has the infrastructure, but doesn’t have the content →

    “Emerging competitors like Google have a cloud infrastructure, a community with YouTube, but they don’t have the content,” Xbox’s chief marketing officer Mike Nichols told The Telegraph.

    If anyone knows a thing or two about lacking content — particularly exclusives — it’s Xbox. 😂

  • Control from Remedy

    Control from Remedy

    Control from Remedy

    Control from Remedy

    I remembered today when opening the Epic Launcher (don't ask) that Remedy's new game Control is only a few months away from release.

    Regardless of my previous thoughts on this whole mess with Steam and Epic, I know I’ll be getting Control on day one. Remedy’s games are too good to pass up. Quantum Break is the reason I own an Xbox On and the last game I played on my Xbox 360 — after months of not using it — was Alan Wake.

    It’s safe to say I’ll always find a way to play a Remedy game.