Earth: Year 2066, a game that was greenlighted by the public on Steam earlier this year, is receiving a lot of negative attention recently because it charges £14.99 for a shoddy game that plays horribly and seems unlikely shape up down the line, despite developer promises to improve the game.
The much beloved Game Boy has reached an important milestone. Can you believe it's been a quarter of a century already? To commemorate this fabulous occasion, let us know what your favourite Game Boy memories are
Compared to pop music or Hollywood, games often seem like they have a culture of celebrity that's far more subtle. Nonexistent, even. But that's only when games aren't stirring up the passions of their most zealous players.