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Guilty Gear Strive Is Coming To Arcades–In Japan, At Least

Guilty Gear Strive has been confirmed for PlayStation 4, but if you’re in Japan, you’ll also have the option of playing it in an arcade. The arcade release of the game was reported on Arc System Works’ website, and was picked up on and translated by Gematsu. While it’s possible that the cabinets will make […]

This Xbox Adaptive Controller Mod Makes It Nintendo Switch Compatible

The Xbox Adaptive Controller has been an important step for making games more accessible, but it’s had an obvious downside–it’s only compatible with Xbox. However, one man has found a way to change this, customizing an Xbox Adaptive Controller to work on Switch for his daughter. Rory Steel, head of the Digital Jersey Academy, tweeted […]

First Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary PC Test Starts Next Month, Here’s How To Sign Up

The first beta test for Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary’s release on PC is coming up soon. Developer 343 Industries announced in a blog post (via Windows Central) that the first public test–or “flight” in the Halo vernacular–will begin in February. You can sign up for the Halo Insider program for a chance to get into […]

The Controversial HBO Show From Game Of Thrones Bosses Is Officially Canceled

Confederate, the controversial HBO show from the minds of Game of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, has been officially canceled. HBO programming boss Casey Bloys confirmed this to TVLine. Confederate was to take place in an alternate reality and depict the ramifications of a Confederate victory during the American Civil War. It would […]

Quentin Tarantino Reveals Inspiration Behind Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood was a huge movie, earning 10 nominations at the 2020 Academy Awards and grossing over $373 million worldwide. Now, in an interview with critic Peter Travers on YouTube, Tarantino has talked about his process working on the film, and what inspired the film’s narrative. (Warning: some spoilers […]

How Gears 5 Turned A Helper Into A Hero

The Gears of War franchise’s most lauded feature is undoubtedly its cover-based combat. From the weighty movement and the satisfying slam into waist-high walls, to firing bullets into meaty humanoid monsters, the feeling of playing a Gears game is unique and distinct. But since the first game’s debut in 2006 the series has also built […]

How Games Became Obsessed With Nuclear Weapons

Whether it’s video games, movies, or TV shows, entertainment is filled with iconic tools of warfare, and much of the stories we love are defined by them; the Pulse Rifle is synonymous with the Aliens franchise; the Man With No Name’s mystique and effortless cool is heightened by the revolver he whips out in the […]

Games Gone Missing 2020: Where Are These Games?

New games get announced all the time, but amid the news and excitement, many quickly drop off the radar. After all, there are quite a few games that we haven’t heard from in some time, while others have only been hinted at with no official word. Heck, some haven’t been canceled outright, either, leaving their […]

The Stages Of A Live Game: How Communities Gravitate To Struggling Games And Find Fun

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. An online game, created by a well-respected developer, and/or as part of a beloved franchise, and/or that is breathlessly anticipated, launches with major technical issues and receives a raft of negative reviews. From there, things get worse. Maybe some features that were promised aren’t in the game. […]

Frog Detective Is The Hero We Need In 2020

After a busy year of video games, the slower pace of January is a great time for us to go back and play some of the cool, smaller titles that we might have passed over while trying to keep up with the big blockbusters of the end of the year. In this article, we take […]