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Judging by comments and social media interactions, everyone agrees that loot boxes are bad for gamers, but according to Shamus, they're even bad for the publishers pushing them.
After 17 years of Xbox, Microsoft still hasn't made a dent in the Japanese market. Shamus Young sees an opportunity to change that.
Shamus Young takes on No Man's Sky NEXT
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"Why try to copy other games (and even do it in a mediocre way) and add generic features, when you have a pretty unique game and features? Why [decide to] not enhance those, but copy others instead?"
Valve set the Steam Direct fee today, and it's not nearly high enough.
Last fall, the idea of a Stargate reboot seemed to lose steam. But what if the original plans for their trilogy had already been released as stand-alone films?
Arkane shouldn't try to suggest that gamers should just use Steam's refund system in place of a Prey PC demo.
The Switch has sold well so far, but don't get carried away on predictions for the future just yet.
A Serbian Film deserves its reputation as a revolting film.
Microsoft needs more than hardware to make Project Scorpio a success - it needs more good games.
Without Bullitt, we may not have the car movies we have today.
I want to talk about role playing. And why it seems to be such a very small part of what are termed "role-playing games" these days.
The Australian government's Classification Board refused to classify Outlast 2, effectively banning the game from sale in the country. Unless, of course, they remove certain content.