Eidos Montreal Head Says the Studio Isn’t Abandoning Single-Player Games

The publication of Eidos Montreal’s updated vision statement, which placed an “added emphasis” on online experiences, resulted in fans instantly bidding adieu to a developer that they recognized for single-player games. While the update didn’t come as too much of a surprise, it did seem to disappoint many, prompting a response…

Game protagonists are old farts now and that’s okay

[I was still in my twenties the first time I read this blog. At exactly two months into my thirties, this feels more relevant than ever.  In the newest entry for our Who Let The Blogs Out initiative, where we promote older blogs that may have been overlooked the first…

Review: Gorogoa

I didn’t hear about Gorogoa until I read an article about its creator, Jason Roberts, and his seven-year journey developing this game. It intrigued me, as did the art in the screenshots, and I felt I owed it to him in some way to play this passion project. Spending seven…

Target is no longer stocking the Super Mario Cereal

If you’ve been looking for the Super Mario Cereal either as a goof or for its amiibo functionality, then you’re going to really dislike this news. Not even a week after release, Target stores in the US have discontinued the product and will no longer be carrying it. Read more…

What is the worst game you’ve ever played?

Since starting this weekly feature back in January, I’ve tried to keep things positive. There is so much negativity throughout gaming that the last thing we need is another article on a somewhat popular website throwing shade and trashing the art tens or dozens or hundreds of people spend years…

Version 5.0 announced for ARMS, releasing this year

At the recent ARMS Japan Grand Prix 2017, Nintendo showed a teaser for the upcoming Version 5.0. The teaser showcases a new character and stage, as well as possibly some more cinematic elements. The bigger surprise however was that the update would be releasing this year, with less than half…