Vehicles in PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds are not your friends. They might seem like they're on your side, but then you hit a bump in the road, and they soar and tumble with no regard for the safety of their frail, fleshy passengers. One squad, however, turned a vehicular nightmare into every PUBG player's dream.


Yesterday, Bungie announced a two-day extension for the Destiny 2 beta, continuing a long-running video game industry tradition of announcing the same surprise news again and again. It's as sure a thing there is in video games: If there's a beta, it will be extended.


I liked the guesses of New Zealand Story, but yesterday's game was Balloon Fight. Props to WhitePointer for guessing that one first, good job mate.

But can they follow it up today? Or will you guess the game first? Let's find out.


The screenshot above shows the results of a Splatoon 2 match I played over the weekend. You'll notice my team won by a tenth of a per cent. If you look closely, you'll also notice how the other team could've stopped us.


Pyre is a sports game about starting a revolution. In a worse game, that would be a joke, but Pyre takes both its sports and its politics seriously and combines them in an unexpectedly compelling way.


Very few things in the world excited us as much as the news that the cruelly truncated Young Justice would be returning for a third season in 2018 on a new DC streaming service. The announcement was light on details, but thanks to a crowded early morning panel at San Diego Comic-Con we now know that the season will be 26 episodes long and introduce three new members of the team.


Early this morning, esports organisation ESL announced a number of changes to its rules regarding cheating, doping, bribery and, most notably, match-fixing. In accordance with these changes, four former players from iBuyPower who were lifetime banned for fixing a match will be allowed to compete in ESL events.


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Comic Con is ostensibly a comic book convention. In reality, it's the place where Hollywood drops new trailers for genre TV shows and movies. Here is the cream of this year's crop: from Netflix's Stranger Things 2 to Marvel Studios' Thor: Ragnarok.