Monster Hunter World is easily the most accessible in the series to date, but there are still aspects that keep the game from being a home run for Capcom.
The Entertainment Software Ratings Board (ESRB) has announced they will be adding “In-Game Purchases” labels to video game covers. This is to alleviate issues related to accusations that loot boxes and in-game purchases can be considered gambling. The problem, however, is that this label covers too broad of a spectrum. Source link
The visual novel 2236 A.D. stars our protagonist Yotsuba, a young boy attending school in the distant future. This future doesn’t have flying cars or instant teleportation like how many futures are portrayed. What differs from this reality and our own is that the people of the future are capable of telepathy, which for the […]
Digital Foundry: While the wait continues for back catalogue titles to arrive Nintendo Switch, owners of the Chinese version of Nvidia’s Shield have been playing a quartet of Wii games for the last few months. These are entirely official emulated titles co-developed by both Nintendo and Nvidia, and as the same Tegra X1 processor powers […]