Battlefield 6 or 2143? What New Battlefield Needs
editorial05 May 2020
Battlefield is a classic series of shooters, but it has been going through an identity crisis for a good few years now. The upcoming next generation of consoles is a chance for a new deal for EA DICE. We look at possible ways of making sure it's better.
The Phoenixes of Video Games, or How Flops Become Hits
editorial10 August 2018
"Video games as a service" is usually associated with unfair microtransactions, lacking content and watered-down story – but there's more to it. The term also implies an opportunity the devs have to mend the things that don't work properly.
Stories are not dead – do we really want battle royale or single player campaigns?
editorial04 May 2018
The publishers are trying to convince us that the future of video games is immortalizing them as online services. In the meantime, closed, linear, singleplayer stories have been thriving. As always, should I add?
11 Things Done Faster than Cyberpunk 2077
editorial04 November 2020
Cyberpunk 2077 has been delayed – again! It made us wonder about how long this game has been in development, and we started to compare it to... anything that came to our minds, actually.
Lay Down the Pitchfork, Timmy, and Spare a Though for Cyberpunk 2077 Devs
editorial28 October 2020
I've been working in this business more or less since the release of Skyrim, and I've been following it for a good 25 years. So far, I haven't heard of anyone delaying a game that's already wnet gold. But Cyberpunk 2077 was always supposed to be special.
Smash Hits Inbound! The Best Upcoming Games of 2020
editorial02 August 2020
The gaming world is beginning to wake up from the pandemic lethargy. The number of releases that will flood us starting from late summer is really impressive. Here are the most interesting games we're expecting in the last months of 2020.