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In sports they call it a rebuilding year.
There’s one crucial way Smash Ultimate falls in line with its predecessors: its crappy design for online play. And with the Switch, you get to pay extra for it.
Visiting an evolving space dedicated to celebrating and preserving games.
You should prepare for the Nintendo 3DS to stay alive for a couple more years at least – if you can truly call its fate “living.”
Smash Ultimate has it all, and whether you’re a seasoned pro or a newbie coming in blind, “it all” is a lot.
Recommendations for those starting out or even for players who are a few hours into their online wild west adventure.
As fun and polished as it feels, I’m just not up to dealing with another game that’s constantly itching to get into my wallet
How a project meant to test what a state of the art 1960s computer could do unintentionally helped launch the video game artform.
Launched in September, Army Esports mixes soldiers with competitive-minded, strategically-inclined gamers to explore new avenues for recruitment.
Pokémon Go is the next best thing to visiting Kanto and Johto, and trainer battles are just another piece of that puzzle.
Even the best game can be made better with the right updates.
A fantastic new start for accessibility in the video game industry.
As more and more eyeballs are drawn to Livestreamfail, hopefully it can evolve into something that acts as a louder megaphone for the good.
“We make money like it’s 1899 and everything is priced like it's 2018.”
Group-finders make connecting with others so easy that, in effect, these connections are meaningless, and the people connecting, disposable.
Fallout 76 is filled with intriguing ideas, set amid an appealing post-apocalyptic sprawl ripe for exploration. It’s also a mess.