Monster Hunter: World, Assassin’s Creed: Origins, Tekken – Final Fantasy shows up in about as many games as Geralt of Rivia does these days. Now, the plush convertible touring car from Final Fantasy XV has shown up on the highways and byways of Forza Horizon 4.
The Razer Game Store will cease operations at the end of the month after less than a year, according to a post today on the store site. Razer didn’t provide an explanation for the shutdown other than to say that it is part of “the company’s realignment plans.”
The Lesion we know and love in Rainbow Six Siege uses Gu Mines to deter attackers – these are those lovely invisible devices that fire poison syringes that cause damage over time, screw with your vision, and prevent you from sprinting until you’ve pulled them out. But Lesion’s gadget began as a different and much more painful-looking trap.
Some Origin users are reporting that their security settings have changed to allow their EA profiles – along with the name they have associated with it – to be seen by anyone. Players who have accounts dating back to 2011 and earlier are saying their privacy settings have changed to allow their accounts to be publicly visible along with their real name.
Apex Legends launched last week, to pretty much everyone’s surprise. That means nobody had a chance to give it a formal critique immediately upon release, but following days have brought no shortage of opinions. Most of them say it’s good. But what if we could translate something’s goodness into a numerical score which we could then endlessly debate? Luckily, the magical world of game criticism allows us to do exactly that.
It was only a matter of time – Gritty has made his Overwatch League debut. Yes, the Philadelphia Flyers mascot, bizarre nightmare monster, and hero to the people is now conquering the esports arena, and he made his appearance in yesterday’s season debut. Naturally, he was there to support his local team, the Philadelphia Fusion.