Friday the 13th: The Game recently received update 1.23, and it adds Part 5 Jason to the mix.
Bethesda’s beloved Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim’s VR edition recently received an update.
Have you been getting the finger-tapping workout of your life with Trap Adventure 2? There’s another (much more forgiving) mobile adventure to keep on your subaquatic radar called Ink or Swim, releasing in just under a week. Adorned with retro aesthetics and nostalgic chiptune melodies, it’ll send you right back to Ariel’s secret grotto. Sebastian would be so proud of this game.
The last couple of weeks have been filled with some exciting announcements, from the grand unveiling of Mario Kart Tour and God of War‘s release date, to the release of hotly anticipated titles like Monster Hunter: World and the Shadow of the Colossus remake. Do you feel so absolutely, thoroughly spoiled you can’t possibly take any more brilliant news? Well I’m sorry to disappoint, but things are about to get even better.
Nintendo has just dropped the latest update for its open-world action RPG, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild.
Being a single-player gamer means you prefer the relaxing solitude of adventures like The Witcher, testing your reflexes in Cuphead, or embracing the siren call of Horizon Zero Dawn‘s luscious, post-apocalyptic open ranges. Alone. That’s the key word here. Occasionally, you might play some Overwatch with a friend. But it’s never really your idea and you’re probably calculating how to shave a few seconds off your best time in Sonic Mania the whole time anyway. You can’t really see the point of games that continue on forever, and nothing turns you off faster than the words “team-based”. If this sounds like you, congratulations, you are now a member of the exclusive single-player secret society. Sadly, it does have its drawbacks. Quite a few of them at that, as Falcon reveals.