If you've had problems with Mass Effect: Andromeda, all of them are probably contained in Dunkey's latest video.
As you slowly come back to life this Tuesday morning, here's some food for thought: Bungie Announces Destiny 2 • Highschool Of The Dead Writer Daisuke Sato Has Died • Badass German Kids Show Performs Intro In Klingon • This Week In The Business: Lengthy Switch Shortages
If you are one of the many people who hated Final Fantasy 15's thirteenth chapter, you will be pleased to hear that you can now skip it entirely, thanks to a new route that's full of beefy Gladiolus shots and even political humour (see above).
First leaked last week via poster, here it is: Destiny 2, a video game in which players travel through space, reminiscing about Destiny 1. It will be out this September.
"The demand is incredibly strong for this. As soon as we get any in our stores, it's out within hours. We anticipate we're going to be chasing supply this entire year." That's GameStop COO Tony Bartel, suggesting Nintendo Switch shortages could last for quite a while.
Last night was a fond walk down memory lane for any StarCraft fan. Between the announcement of StarCraft Remastered and the showmatches between old Brood War favourites like Lee Jae Dong and Lee "Flash" Young Ho, anticipation kept building for the night's climactic battle for the Global StarCraft II League finals.
"What they teach you in juvenile halls or in youth offender facilities is not about education," researcher Dana Ruggiero told me during a recent phone interview. "It's not about making better choices. It's literally just a rhetoric, and then they put you back into the same system you came out of." She started Project Tech, a program focused on teaching game design to young people in prison, to help break that cycle.
Forty years ago, the opening crawl of the original Star Wars revealed the Rebels' had just won "their first victory against the evil Galactic Empire." Given that we knew a major battle would be ending the third season of Star Wars Rebels, that presumably meant things in the finale probably weren't going to go well for our heroes. They very much didn't.
Fake It To Make It is a game that puts you in charge of a website devoted to creating and spreading fictional and/or sensationalised online "news" articles. It has been put together by someone who clearly knows how online media works, and that makes it more than a little frightening.