There have been plenty of questions about Game Freak’s development bandwidth in recent months, especially in light of Pokémon’s overall lack of polish over the past few years. But that isn’t stopping the studio from pursuing projects like Pocket Card Jockey: Ride On, which launched on Apple Arcade last week. “The question of resources is
YouTuber Mutekimaru Channel is well-known for livestreaming their pet fish playing various games through motion tracking software, which registers the pets’ positions as button inputs. The fish have accomplished some pretty impressive things during these streams — in 2020, they even beat Pokemon Sapphire after a 3,195 hour run. But earlier this month, their fish
Annapurna Interactive and Giant Squid Games have announced a release date for The Pathless on Switch and Xbox consoles. Previously a console exclusive on PlayStation, the game will release digitally for the aforementioned platforms on February 2. The Pathless – Switch and Xbox release date trailer Developed by the team behind ABZU, the 2020 game
It’s never a bad time to play a horror board game. There’s something about zombies, ghosts, werewolves, and other nightmares that are a great fit for huddling around a table with your friends. The horror genre is filled to the brim with great games, and below we’ve assembled some of the best. Each game represents
We recorded Unlocked immediately after Microsoft’s Xbox Developer Direct presentation this week, so these are our in-the-moment reactions to the excellent presentation, from the deep-dive on Redfall (including a May 2 release date to look forward to) to another look at the gorgeous Forza Motorsport (though it came without any release date attached) to the
Support for third-person, action-adventure game Marvel’s Avengers will end this fall. Crystal Dynamics made the announcement overnight. The studio said the decision to end development was made with its partners, and that now was the “right time” to make the change. Marvel’s Avengers – The Winter Soldier narrative trailer The final update will release on
A little more than two years after its original release, Crystal Dynamics is preparing to end active development on Marvel’s Avengers, a decision it says it “undertook in conjunction with our partners.” According to a blog titled “Final Update on the Future of Marvel’s Avengers,” support will discontinue on September 30, after which digital purchases