Controversies over characters like Diddy Kong and Little Mac illustrate a larger concern that people have with the game: is it properly balanced? One of the most compelling arguments I've read says no.
The Metroid Prime trilogy, arguably the best gaming trilogy ever, has just been re-issued as a download for the Wii U. That's a good reason for Kirk "never played a Metroid Prime" Hamilton to try them out. I had to see how that went.
When you start playing Evolve, you'll probably suck. Even as you get better, you'll still run into players who also suck. It can be frustrating. So, let's skip the learning through trial by (sometimes literal) fire.
Yesterday, Daybreak went through massive layoffs in order to stay "profitable." That's just business as usual in the video game industry, where it seems like there's a new round of layoffs every single week.