Briefly: Sony is live-streaming this year's PlayStation Experience via Twitch, which means you can watch the action (and not so action) parts as they happen.
Today's PlayStation Experience showcase was packed full of people talking and images flickering by so quickly you could be forgiven for missing half of the games that got some love on the big stage.
Jason Rohrer, creator of experimental games like Passage and, most recently, a satanic gambling game that people have won as much as $US6000 ($8106) from, has a new project. It's a multiplayer survival game about living life in an hour. Also, other players are your parents, and you cooperate across generations to take civilisation from sticks and stones to iPhones. Warning: NSFW if your work disapproves of goofy cartoon nudity or magical poof cloud birthings.
The Sims 4 was patched yesterday and, big surprise, some of the changes are hilarious. Let's take a look.
Hideo Kojima's new best friend, Mads Mikkelsen, features heavily in the new trailer for Death Stranding. To most people, Mikkelsen is best known as the villain in the Doctor Strange movie, if he's known at all. But the Danish actor already had a thriving fanbase, and they have got some feelings about his appearance in Kojima's trailer.
Yesterday at the Game Awards, Uncharted voice actor Nolan North made some vague and puzzling remarks referencing the recent voice actors' strike during his acceptance speech for "Best Performance". Throughout the web, his comments were interpreted as criticism of the strike. But was that really what he was trying to say?
The 2016 edition of The Game Awards came and went yesterday with all trophy winners announced save one. But we found out today that Skyrim mod Enderal did indeed win the fraught Best Fan Creation category. Show host Geoff Keighley confirmed the win to Kotaku, saying that not mentioning them last night was a mistake.
When it comes to keeping players busy, Grinding Gear's Path of Exile has its fans well covered. The proof is, clearly, in the blood-drenched pudding, with the developer recently pushing out its 2.5.0 Content Update and Breach expansion. Along with more monsters, items and locations, the patch includes and new 64-bit, DirectX 11-enabled client.