The Witcher showrunner denies that she disrespects the source material
"I've never mocked the books. The books are my entire livelihood."
There are no plans for a sequel to Hobbs & Shaw
It seems that Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham are not going to team up again for a sequel to the Fast & Furious spin-off.
Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster seems to be heading for Switch and PS4
At least according to the ESRB ratings.
Atlus details all the improvements in Persona 3 Portable and Persona 4: Golden for modern consoles and PC
The enhanced ports include several quality-of-life features as well as improved graphics.
World of Warcraft gets a new Trading Post feature that awards you with cosmetic items
The feature will soon be available in the Public Test Realm.
The most recent Final Fantasy game contains a painting with a Getty Images watermark
Rockstar nearly made a wrestling game in the late 90's
According to recent interviews, Rockstar was close to buying the rights to the ECW wrestling league.
Nintendo's Year in Review 2022 is now available
Which games did you play the most on your Switch this year?
Marvel's Spider-Man 2 writer mentions "fall 2023" release on her website
The website has since been edited after the information was discovered.
Watch Dogs: Legion is heading to Steam early next year
The hacking adventure will no longer be a Epic Games Store and Ubisoft Connect exclusive on PC.
Platinum Games founder has no issues with Elon Musk buying Twitter
"My impression is that someone with a clear idea of what he wants to do with Twitter now owns the company."
Returnal requires at least 16GB of RAM to run on PC
And 32GB for the recommended experience.
Hideki Kamiya can't imagine the Bayonetta series ever ending
The game director reveals that Platinum Games might make as many as nine Bayonetta games.
How Obsidan brought the past to life in Pentiment
Art director Hannah Kennedy on the challenges of using a 500-year-old art style and why paintings can't always be trusted.
Could video games finally be heading for mainstream recognition?
We speak with Casey Baltes, Vice President at Tribeca Games & Immersive.
Obsidian has delivered a masterpiece.
Takashi Iizuka explains why Sonic Frontiers will still run well on the Nintendo Switch
The versatility of the Hedgehog Engine should (hopefully) result in a smooth experience.
The head of Team Sonic really wants a Sonic theme park
"Wouldn't that be cool?"
What you need to know about Sonic Frontiers
Learn more about the open zones, progression, combat, controls, and the story of Sonic Frontiers.
Sonic Frontiers shows great potential, but still feels like a Chaos Emerald in the rough
Despite traveling all the way to Hawaii to try the game, I still can't make up my mind about Sonic Frontiers.
Does the new game focused on building with Lego entertain, or are you better served with sticking to the actual toy?
Better than actual roller coasters? We've played Park Beyond at Europa-Park
Recently we travelled to the German city of Rust to play the upcoming theme park game Park Beyond and compare it with the real deal.
How to construct the perfect roller coaster - in games and in reality
During a recent preview event we got some tips from a real roller coaster designer.
Is FIFA 23 a worthy goodbye to the iconic license, or should you just wait for EA Sports FC?
The developer of Owlboy explains how their new game combines accessibility with a challenging difficulty
Quite the balancing act.
Despite featuring more action than its predecessor, Endless Dungeon will still be difficult
"One or two turrets in the wrong place can mean the difference between life and death."
Coffee Stain North explain why goats are still "the goat" in Goat Simulator 3
"For us, all animals are goats," the developer told us at Gamescom while also revealing why they skipped Goat Simulator 2.
Ghost Signal: A Stellaris Game - The most immersive version of Asteroids you'll ever play
We've tried the upcoming VR game at Gamescom.
How Bridge Constructor Portal inspired Lego Bricktales
The Lego Group was very fascinated by the crossover game and wanted something similar.
The minigames in Goat Simulator 3 can be played anywhere on the map
Expect to be run over by a car or get hit by lightning while you are playing goat football.
The Werewolf-inspired Eville keeps you engaged even after death
During Gamescom we learned more about how the social deduction game incorporates real-time gameplay and keeps toxic behaviour at bay.
Fractured Online has a novel approach to PvE and PvP
We also learn how crime is handled by both the players themselves and the in-game systems.
We spoke to Stefanie Joosten about the challenges of recording voices and motion capture during the pandemic
The voice actor and model, known for her role as Quiet in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, plays a more talkative character in the upcoming Wanted: Dead.
Fast Travel Games - Plenty of exciting VR titles on display at Gamescom
From realistic swordsmanship to multiplayer for one, the VR-publisher Fast Travel Games continues to build its diverse portfolio.
"There is not a limb that cannot be chopped up" in Wanted: Dead
The Ninja Gaiden inspired action game has a few tricks up it sleeves, the creative director revealed at Gamescom.
The music in Metal: Hellsinger had to "intertwine and overlap perfectly with every component"
Talking to the developers, we also learned how long the new rhythm FPS takes to complete.
Lego Bricktales plays like childhood memories brought to life
The team behind Bridge Simulator is trying, brick by brick, to build the most immersive Lego game yet. We played the upcoming puzzle game at Gamescom.
What we know about the upcoming Netflix-exclusive Assassin's Creed game
Like a templar secret, the game is still wrapped in mystery, but we we're able to learn some new details in a recent interview.
The first adventure game published by Don't Nod ditched the third-person camera for two very particular reasons
During Gamescom we spoke to the developer of the beautiful indie game about its unique art style.
The tactical horror of Aliens: Dark Descent looks surprisingly scary
At Gamescom we learned new details about how the upcoming squad-based action game adds horror to the mix.
Why Gerda: A Flame in Winter might be "an actual brutal game" despite little graphical violence
We also learned why hard mechanics are not always needed to create a difficult game.
Chants of Sennaar: Communication is key in this single player adventure
We deciphered an ancient language in less than half an hour during Gamescom.
Miasma Chronicles: We've tried the upcoming tactical RPG at Gamescom
You have to tread carefully when sneaking around in a post-apocalyptic wasteland. But maybe Miasma Chronicles could do with taking some more chances?
Gerda: A Flame in Winter
We are far from the famous battlegrounds such as Normandy and Stalingrad, but this new narrative adventure still manages to deliver a gripping story set during World War II.
Pentiment: We played Obsidian's upcoming RPG at Gamescom
The new adventure from the mind behind Fallout New Vegas looks a bit like Monkey Island meets the Bible.
Park Beyond Impressions: We've played a bunch of the wacky simulation game
While the newest digital theme park is still under construction, we are happy to report that no one has been injured despite some pretty dangerous rides.
Forza Horizon 5: Hot Wheels
The first expansion for Forza Horizon 5 fails to capture the speed and excitement of the iconic toy cars.
Trapped - Games Only Available on a Single System
These games deserve a much larger audience.
The prospects and pitfalls of NFTs
NFTs and Blockchain gaming has been stirring up a lot of controversy lately. We talk about the much-debated technology with a developer and a game researcher.
Pokémon Legends Arceus
The Pokémon series finally takes a bold step in a new, exciting direction, but also leaves a lot behind.
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