Articles by Cody Gravelle
An article in French newspaper Le Monde reveals teams at Blizzard Entertainment have seen a Diablo 4 build despite the game leaking only recently.
A new Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order gameplay trailer releases, showcasing some stealth gameplay and the ability to hijack an AT-AT to pilot.
Golem Gates attempts to port its PC prowess over to Nintendo Switch, but it's yet another example of why RTS games just don't belong on consoles.
Watch Dogs Legion is as open-ended as modern video games get, with replayability so much of a focus that there's 20 different versions of its script.
Harry Potter: Wizards Unite probably isn't the next Pokemon GO according to its early results, as Niantic's next game indicates some burnout on ARGs.
Dota Underlords is the latest Valve game to emerge out of an already pre-existing and successful mod. Why can't the company make its own new games?
Final Fantasy 7 Remake will remove some materia in favor of new options, which will work essentially the same way by slotting into weapons and armor.
The latest iteration on the autobattler craze also appears to have the most potential, and Teamfight Tactics could be bigger than League of Legends.
Dark wins his first GSL Code S Finals, defeating the long under-rated Trap in a battle of two players trying to live up to their potential.
Dark Souls creator and Elden Ring director Hidetaka Miyazaki describes the upcoming collaboration with George R. R. Martin as the evolution of Souls.
Harry Potter: Wizards Unite potions are some of the most important items available to aspiring wizards. Here's how to get the most out of them.
A recent Final Fantasy XIV Shadowbringers trailer spotlights two unlikely warriors of darkness in actors Tom Holland and Hannibal Buress.
Harry Potter: Wizards Unite looks like it will challenge Pokemon GO for ARG supremacy this summer. Here are some tips, tricks, and a beginner's guide.
Niantic's Harry Potter: Wizards Unite releases one day ahead of schedule in the United States and United Kingdom, with official launch tomorrow.
Nintendo's torrid 2019 pace continued in May, where the company's Switch console was able to outperform both PS4 and Xbox One in sales.