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.
Games that have us worried will they meet the expectations?
editorial24 October 2017
Many potential hits will be released in the coming days and months. Some of them, unfortunately, raise doubts whether they will be up to snuff.
The most anticipated games of the second half of 2017
editorial25 July 2017
After a satisfying first half of the year, the second half looks no less interesting. The publishers are planning releases for almost each and every of the most popular genres.
The most anticipated games of 2017 Gamepressure picks
editorial05 January 2017
2016 has just come to an end. Its high time we thought about what to play in 2017. Here are the top 30 picks of our editorial team.
The Best RPG Companions and Squad Members
editorial22 May 2021
There are some companions from game you just can't forget. Even when we don't know what cause the hero fought for and what the plot was really about. This is probably most evident in RPGs.
Players Are Amazing - The Most Creative Gaming Fan Art
editorial04 May 2021
When passionate gaming doesn't quite cut it, and someone has a bit of talent and a lot of creativity, amazing things can happen. There are plenty of examples of some wild imagination that only we, gamers enjoy.
Cyberpunk 2077 Refunds - All the Fuss About Nothing?
editorial30 April 2021
If I had to pick the single most intriguing piece of info we learned from CD Projekt's recent financial report, it sure was the low number of Cyberpunk 2077 refunds. While the company only revealed a partial number, the final figure could be surprising.