We're rerunning Richard Cobbett's classic Crapshoot column, in which he rolled the dice and took a chance on obscure games—both good and bad.
A new filing by the Solidaires Informatique union in France names multiple former executives, CEO Yves Guillemot, and the company as a whole.
We've got our first mutant joining the MCU and it's not Wolverine, Professor X, or any of the X-Men—it's Ursa Major. The Soviet Super-Soldier made his way from the pages of Marvel Comics and into the MCU's Black Widow with a cameo appearance performed by actor Oliver Richters. This is quite the moment for the MCU, as Marvel Studios has historically rarely jumped into mutant territory. It wasn't until the 2019 acquisition of Fox by Disney that the restrictions of freely using mutants, like the X-Men, were taken away. Kevin Feige has hinted that we may see additional mutants pop up in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and Ursa Major in Black Widow is a promising sign of things to come. In other news, HBO Max has reportedly ordered two more animated Game of Thrones spinoffs, while cancelling one of their planned live-action spinoffs. According to The Hollywood Reporter, HBO Max is now developing a total of three animated Game of Thrones spinoffs, with Flea Bottom, th..
And people are buying them.
More trigger resistance is kind of annoying in Call of Duty.
We sat down with the devs at Relic to have them walk us through why they chose the Mediterranean theater and how fans of the series can be more involved than ever with the development of this third installment
Welcome back to IGN Game Scoop!, the ONLY video game podcast! This week your Omega Cops — Daemon Hatfield, Sam Claiborn, Tom Marks, and Michael Swaim — are discussing the Steam Deck and a controversial issue of Die Hard Game Fan. And, of course, they play Video Game 20 Questions. The music in this episode is from Metroid on the NES. Enjoying IGN Games? Subscribe for more here! https://www.youtube.com/c/IGNGames/?sub_confirmation=1 #ign #gaming
IGN contributor Travis Northup spent a weekend in Ashes of Creation, the upcoming MMORPG that lets players build settlements and cities together and elect player-controlled mayors. These are his impressions.
In today's episode, could we be getting PlayStation content in Netflix? A recent datamine of the Netflix app could be suggesting that. It's possible we might be playing a Ghost of Tsushima choose-your-own-adventure game on our TV's sometime in the future. Or maybe it's something else? Netflix…cloud gaming perhaps? Speaking of PlayStation, June's NPD numbers are out, and the PS5 was the fastest unit selling console hardware platform in U.S. history. Impressive! Also impressive is the Nintendo Switch was NOT the best-selling console in June. What was? Gotta watch to find out. And what could be giving the Switch even more competition? Valve's Steam Deck, preorders of which went live today. Developers are already impressed with it, with Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney having some kind words for the upcoming handheld. Did you preorder a Steam Deck? Let us know in the comments. It's your Daily Fix!
These bad computers did the crime, and now they'll do the time: death, after being steamrolled by the Malaysian government.