The first episode of Resident Evil: Revelations 2 wasn't very good. Maybe it'll get better, maybe not. What I didn't expect, however, was to be spending so many hours with the game's RPG-influenced Raid Mode.
I spent most of my life religious—Christian, to be specific. Semi-recently, however, that small part of me died. Or maybe I killed it myself. I know one thing for sure, though: video games had a hand in it.
Recently, after I completed a mission in a popular big-budget video game, one of the "good guys" I was working for began yelling at me. Apparently, cutting off the nation's drug supply was a bad thing.
Riot put out a new patch for League of Legends this week, and anticipation curdled into disappointment once players realised the developer had made some unwelcome changes to the key position of jungler.
For fans already thrown by the idea of multiplayer-only Fable, this might not seem like the most reassuring news, but it certainly appears that Lionhead aspires to the Valve model of free-to-play as opposed to the Candy Crush model.
Spider-Gwen is technically a Spider-Woman. But the 'Gwen' part of her moniker highlights the most potentially exciting aspect of her: she's an alternate version of Gwen Stacy, a character famous for how she died.