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During a Destiny 2 livestream with Bungie, the Head of Xbox drops a subtle but important update regarding the progress of its next-gen line-up.
Battle Supremacy - Ground Assault is a bland tank shooter with uninspired design and annoying combat that make playing it a mission worth deserting.
Despite some rough edges, Vasara Collection does a solid job propelling two obscure but entertaining arcade shooters back into the limelight.
AER: Memories of Old's calm atmosphere and laid-back gameplay make it decent chill pill, but its intriguing narrative and lore winds up being wasted.
Metal Wolf Chaos XD's absurd premise of the President and his mech suit saving America fuels a hilarious story hampered by dated gameplay.
Trackher's approach to solo cooperative play can be an entertaining novelty, though the steep price of failure makes it tough to truly invest in.
Instead providing high-octane thrills, Zombie Driver will have you sleeping at the wheel thanks to its bland and repetitive mission design.
Etherborn is a short but mostly sweet puzzler that challenges players to defy gravity in order to traverse its M.C. Escher-esque world.
Scrap offers respectable auto-running fun for the Switch but its barebones package and short length hold it back from being anything but forgettable.
Assassin's Creed III doesn't get much love among fans, and the Switch remaster's lackluster additions do little to change that negative perception.
Siege's Brand Director extinguishes any hope of the series returning to its tactical single-player roots for the foreseeable future in an interview.
Players continue to crowd the doors of Epic's free to play game Dauntless, and developer Phoenix Labs shares impressive stats as proof.
Valve clumsily tries to address the flood of positive reviews Assassin's Creed: Unity received in the wake of the Notre Dame cathedral fire.
Call of Duty's portable take on battle royale manages to squeeze in much of Blackout mode's big features while streamlining other areas.
World War Z sells nearly two million units since launching in April, performing better than expected in sales in addition to being a critical success.
A couple of character skins, banners, and weapons skins await players under the giving tree of Apex Legends - but only for PS Plus subscribers.
If official t-shirts are to be believed, three popular heroes will soon punch (or shrink) their way into Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order.
An unverified rumor lists much-requested updates set to bolster PS4 via a firmware update, and some of these features appear on rival platforms.