Crunchyroll’s original series struggles to find its footing.
Is story more important than gameplay? A Plague Tale believes so, but is that actually a good thing?
Halo is delayed and the world goes crazy. But does it really matter if Halo isn’t there for launch?
Video game companies release an endless stream of trailers and teasers. But is that enough to build hype for consoles and video games?
Sunset Overdrive is a spoof wrapped up in a piece of gaming history. It’s also a frustrating, yet fun open-world game.
Did you skip Wolfenstein Youngblood? If you did, you missed out on one hell of a shooter.
Hannibal is what I would want from a Seven miniseries. And it’s now available on Netflix.
Mixer is closed, and hundreds of streamers were left with nowhere to go. If the platforms can determine whether a career lives or dies, who owns your audience? And where exactly do you and your audience call home?
What does it take to sell a console? More specifically, what must a company say to motivate you to buy their product on launch day?
How important is it to play every new release that comes out? Is it even necessary?