Updated: PAX Online: All The Panels You Won’t Want To Miss

Updated: PAX Online: All The Panels You Won’t Want To Miss

Panels are the heart and soul of PAX — and PAX Online is no exception. There’s a lot more of them this year, thanks to the show’s expansion into a 9-day event. But parsing the schedule can be a bit tricky, so to help out, here’s a list of the biggest and most interesting panels you’ll want to catch up on.

Fall Guys’ New Mini-Game Variations Are Kicking My Arse

Fall Guys’ New Mini-Game Variations Are Kicking My Arse

Earlier today, Fall Guys received a mid-season update meant to shake the game up before things get medieval. Mini-games that were previously a walk in the park have been remixed with new obstacles. As someone who had previously burnt out on the battle royale, this has been the perfect opportunity…

How To Create An Indie Game Revolution In Japan

How To Create An Indie Game Revolution In Japan

Some of the greatest games ever developed were made in Japan. The institutional know-how and skills are there. But the country’s indie game scene still hasn’t broken through in a major way like its counterparts in the West.

AMD’s New Video Card Is Now Live In Fortnite

AMD’s New Video Card Is Now Live In Fortnite

AMD isn’t ready to reveal everything about its upcoming Radeon RX 6000 series video cards to the world, but the company’s fine with giving gamers a little sneak peek at the card’s design via a honking-big virtual model within Fortnite Creative.

IKEA Has Teamed up With ROG to Design Comfy Furniture for Gamers

IKEA Has Teamed up With ROG to Design Comfy Furniture for Gamers

IKEA has really been getting into collaborations lately, with the new Lego storage solutions and stylish Sonos speaker lamps. This latest collaboration with the Republic of Gamers (aka ROG) promises to make your gaming furnishings more comfortable, ergonomic and affordable (allen key included). While the announcement today was maddeningly non-specific,…

Avengers Players Are Frustrated By Its Terrible AI Teammates

Avengers Players Are Frustrated By Its Terrible AI Teammates

Marvel’s Avengers includes the option to play online, or you can play solo with computer-controlled teammates. Playing with AI means you don’t have to deal with the game’s lousy matchmaking, but it does mean you have to deal with the game’s terrible AI, who appear in every mission where you…

Spelunky 2 Doesn’t Mess With A Good Thing

Spelunky 2 Doesn’t Mess With A Good Thing

In the original Spelunky, every run is different, but it’s also always the same. Your objective never changes; enemy behaviour is always predictable. In the 100 hours I’ve spent with the first game, my skills, mistakes, and choices are what make every run unique and exciting. Spelunky 2 keeps the…

GameStop Is Closing Another 100 Stores

GameStop Is Closing Another 100 Stores

Back in March, struggling retailer GameStop announced that it would be closing at least 320 stores over the course of the year. That number has now jumped to “between 400 and 450 stores”.

That’s Seven Years Of Bad Luck

That’s Seven Years Of Bad Luck

This week on Snapshots we have a wide and varied selection of screenshots from a bunch of games, including some photos from Control, The Last of Us, Fallout 76, and Red Dead Redemption II.

It’s Spooky Season

It’s Spooky Season

This week we find to try to figure out what’s up with all these confusing Xbox console names, capture a cute pup in a net, check out the new trailer for the Prince of Persia remake, and put on a creepy mask.

41 Brilliant Games For Laptops And Low-End PCs

41 Brilliant Games For Laptops And Low-End PCs

We all want to have the best gaming setup possible, but we can’t all afford thousand-dollar GPUs and 12-core monster PCs. Sometimes you’re a student stuck with a potato laptop, or you’re just getting by on an entry level rig. And that’s fine, because there are a ton of great games available. If you’re looking for something that’ll run without much fuss, here’s a massive list of games to try out.

Xbox Series S Was Actually Revealed Back In June

Xbox Series S Was Actually Revealed Back In June

Earlier this week, the folks over at Microsoft announced a lightweight alternative to the beefy Xbox Series X known as the Xbox Series S. But what if I told you that the official reveal wasn’t the first time the world caught a glimpse of the cute little console?

Destiny 2’s Weirdo Planetary Vendors Are Finally Getting Their Due

Destiny 2’s Weirdo Planetary Vendors Are Finally Getting Their Due

A bristly researcher taking a one-way trip into an ancient alien cave. A gruff warrior making one last stand against the odds. A fanatical cutlist watching the abyss stare back while trapped in a time maze. A brilliant engineer set on rescuing Earth’s last, most advanced artificial intelligence from cyber-death….