Showrunner Mike Flanagan will adapt Henry James' gothic novella for anthology series. ARS T...
Bandai Namco has announced and detailed the upcoming update for their anime fighting title, Jump Force
Nintendo has announced today in a press release that long-time acting Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime will be retiring from the position this April.
Rainbow Six Siege players have been pulling apart a recent cinematic trailer for clues toward the game’s upcoming updates, and a newly discovered detail seems to tell us what to expect from the upcoming Danish operator. In short, it’s stealth – the phrasing suggests a sort environmental blending ability that could mean a sort of optic camouflage. At the very least, it means some sneakiness.
You may have recalled Overkill’s The Walking Dead, a video game based within the Robert Kirkman created universe filled with zombies. The game went on to release on the PC platform and it was set to feature a similar playstyle as to what you would find in the Left 4 Dead series. Essentially, a team of players is tasked with completing objectives while gunning away from the undead threat. When the game released, it was met with an unfavorable response as players complained over some of the technical aspects of the title along with how dated the game looked.
AMD is slashing prices for the RX Vega 56 ahead of Nvidia’s rumoured 1660 Ti launch tomorrow. Not only does the RX Vega 56’s shiny $300 (£249) price tag show the red team’s hopeful intention of swaying gamers to Radeon, it also ostensibly confirms the GTX 1660 Ti launch and performance rumours are true. Thanks AMD.
Paradox has launched its own mod distribution platform appropriately titled Paradox Mods. While many of the publisher’s titles already support easy mod installation through the Steam Workshop, Paradox Mods is intended to bridge the gap between the company’s games no matter the platform – whether we’re talking about consoles or the increasingly broad selection of PC distribution platforms.
For centuries, humanity has been content with turn-based games. Chess and its ancestors taught us to be patient, waiting for our opponents to calculate and make their moves before we could take our own. But our fast-paced modern lifestyles leave no time for such a slow approach – I need to be making my move at the same time as my opponent, in order to crush them as quickly as possible.