Green Man Gaming believes it can formulate an hourly price for its games, but this “Average Cost Per Hour” nonsense is… well, nonsense!
Nintendo finally revealed its Switch Online plans and… they’re not great.
Worse than that, they make Nintendo look as clueless and weird as ever.
There’s plenty to talk about with God of War, and I’m going to do it. I’m also going to use Chill Dad Kratos’ latest adventure to talk about console exclusive games.
Wow, you really do pay Warner Bros. or otherwise watch a helpless child get strangled. That’s pretty much the perfect symbol for modern games.
Let’s see what one of the worst entertainment companies in the world has done with Harry Potter this time.
Nowadays it seems “AAA” publishers are giving us fewer games, and consequently fewer options. That’s because they are.
In today’s all-or-nothing industry, the “middle shelf” game, the kind of game that has a budget but isn’t mega mainstream, is a dying art.
PUBG might have been a massive hit, but the behavior of the team behind it indicates it’s a failure in one very important way.
In 2017, the “AAA” game industry went all-in on loot boxes – microtransactions that emulate gambling to maximize ill-gotten gains.
In 2018, new games aren’t using them and old games are scrubbing them. Are they done in the mainstream business, or are companies just biding their time?
Is Far Cry 5 good? I think so. The problem with Ubisoft games is you can’t tell anymore, they’re all the same.
It’s understandable when a sequel iterates on its predecessor, but Ubisoft is one publisher with MANY franchises all building off each other.
It’s making it hard to care, or at the very least view these games as anything other than fluff.