I'm working my way through Titanfall 2 and will have a review next week. For now, we need to have a very important discussion about the game's user interface. One small touch makes it truly shine.
It's Halloween in Destiny, a game about travelling the solar system destroying evil aliens and green engrams. Halloween brings with it goofy masks, novelty items and, if we're lucky, dance routines.
Matthew McConaughey once said that sometimes you need to go back to move forward. The team at DICE must have been very moved by that sentiment. Taking it to heart and pushing the Battlefield series nearly 100 years back into World War I for this year's release of Battlefield 1 was a gamble. It has largely paid off.
Battlefield 1's campaign manages a sombre tone but the game still manages to sneak a ridiculous pistol into the multiplayer for some laughs. It's super small and super not deadly.
You can't have enough Lovecraft. Except, perhaps, right before bed. Or during a meal. And never in the dark behind your house where the mice people live and want to turn your eyebrows into a shrine. But aside from those? Just load me up, especially in the games department, where a gorgeous title called Conarium has awoken from its marketing slumber.