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Contrary to how most people play RollerCoaster Tycoon, crashes aren't my first preference. Too much indiscriminate death and destruction. I like to mete out my fury in teaspoons, slipped to my guests one by one. Individual tragedy lets you enjoy the subtleties of suffering, and forces your subject to wonder what they did to deserve it. Because it's so tailored that they must have done something, right? Psychological and physical torment, in one convenient package.

So, upon completing several challenges in Planet Coaster, I decided to reward myself with a nice, traditional drowning.


In 2012, as work on Mass Effect 3 came to a close, a small group of top BioWare employees huddled to talk about the next entry in their epic sci-fi franchise. Their goal, they decided, was to make a game about exploration -- one that would dig into the untapped potential of the first three games. Instead of visiting just a few planets, they said, what if you could explore hundreds?


In fandom, the rules of fiction don't matter, or at least matter a lot less. This is what allows shipping to exist, where fans write fanfiction, draw fanart, and get enthusiastic by a couple that may never happen in the game's canon. Fandoms for video games this year were enthusiastic and loud, and sometimes cropped up in unexpected places.


Anyone who plays PUBG on the reg is bound to have a favourite strategy. Perhaps you stock up at the military base, or enjoy a good fire fight in the school. But what about Brendan "PlayerUnknown" Greene himself? Well, he's all about that bush.


We now live in a world where a slash through the air can create a cornucopia of sound and light. One movement provides an oratory and visual feast that is free from the spacial confines presented by traditional instruments. What you're about to witness is the future of electronic music. And it all started with a video game controller.


When the Destiny 2 PC beta finally kicked off, it inadvertently renewed a debate about aim assist on controllers. The problem wasn't that controller users would get a legup, but that mouse and keyboard users could enable aim assist by using certain adapters.

That was back in August. But wind the clock forward to October, and the aim assist hasn't been changed.

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Remember the Xbox Onesie? Love it or hate it, there's no denying it was a stroke of marketing genius. So, like all successful original ideas - there's a sequel. And this time, it has been created in collaboration with Porsche.

I'm not even kidding. Society has devolved to the point where that statement, about a onesie and one of the most well-known luxury Motorsport brands of all time, is an actual fact.


I'm an old school South Park fan, and I loved Stick of Truth. My only real disappointment was that I couldn't create a female character. That's changed with The Fractured But Whole, but it wasn't until a recent preview I discovered exactly how gender choices play out.