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Hack the planet.
The list of changes is so long, but perhaps the best indication of how far No Man's Sky has come is what happens in the first hour.
This hits many of the roguelike qualities I like best: randomness to keep me curious, combined with consistent mechanics that make the game easy to come back to.
And that's just fine by me.
The history behind an old-school arcade game's influence and legacy among Latin America's gamers.
Eliza asks a lot of big questions about our relationship to technology, but it's not that interested in the answers.
Clash Royale with less charm and more chainsaws.
Soule denied the accusations, calling them “outrageous”.
Even when its cruel difficulty tests the limits of my patience, I still can’t let this game go.
Control nails the terror that lies in the mundanity of government offices and mines it for every last drop of lore.
Knights and Bikes is earnestly fun while still examining all the ways children deal with the big, often scary world around them.
In some ways, Eris is a symbol of the old Destiny – pretentious, overly severe, and with zero self-awareness.
Despite all its castles and temples, the land of Ashina belongs as much to its animal inhabitants.
“If you keep digging into this, you’re going to come up with a story that will enrage people and expose the truth.”
Is attaining knowledge worth the risks if it's all for nought in the end?
When it comes to online play and digital distribution, Nintendo always seem two steps behind its competitors. But things weren’t always like this, at least in Japan.