In case your team of Phantom Thieves ever feel like moving onto crimes of a more tangible nature.
You might not be a master of both games, but this is a lovely place to get started.
It is exactly as awkward as it sounds.
Yesterday, a localiser for the publisher XSEED took a dramatic stance on what he saw as potential censorship.
It offers a fascinating look at some early versions of Mass Effect: Andromeda.
One Breath of the Wild speedrunner decided to get flashy with the final boss. Too bad Ganon was having none of it.
It's described as “gritty” and “visceral” and “boots on the ground”.
Played from a top down perspective, it’s a new adversary mode that channels old-school GTA.
Kickstarter should maybe reconsider its policy on helping backers of failed projects get their money back.
As ever, these games are only “free” if you have an active PlayStation Plus subscription.
With Danger Zone, due out next month for PC and PS4, they’re trying it with cars. Excellent.
Okay, 3... 2... 1... Let's jam.
James O’Brien is a CG artist from Ireland. You like cars? Because O’Brien does real nice cars.
I’m here to show it to you the only way I know how. With copious amounts of Squirrel Girl.
An imaginative puzzler that traps your hands before pushing all the right buttons