1. Avengers Game Brings On Call Of Duty And God Of War Developers

    The new Avengers game from Square Enix that was revealed at E3 this year has some big names behind it. It was already confirmed that Naughty Dog veteran Shaun Escayg is the game's creative director and longtime EA/Visceral developer Stephen Barry is game director, and now we've learned a few of the other names working on the PS4, Xbox One, and PC title.
  2. What Happened With Anthem And Why It'll Become "Something Great"

    BioWare's Anthem released in February this year, and it wasn't a huge critical success. Part of the reason why the game struggled, according to EA CEO Andrew Wilson, is because it attempts to appeal to two different audiences. He talks about the game's struggles and opportunities for future growth and success in a new interview.
  3. Droidekas Highlight Battlefront 2’s Next Big Update

    Hot damn, the Droidekas are coming back. Battlefront 2 players wondering WTF the wonder-wheel scorpion bots from the Star Wars prequels were can wonder no more. EA DICE said yesterday they’re coming back as of the Wednesday, June 26 update.
  4. Pokemon Go Adding Shiny Spinda And More In July's Field Research

    A new month is just around the corner, which means Pokemon Go players will soon have a new batch of Field Research tasks to complete. Niantic will be rolling out a new set of quests in the game beginning at 1 PM PT / 4 PM ET on July 1, and they'll give you a chance to encounter more Legendaries, as well as another Shiny Pokemon.
  5. Bungie Waits To Fix Overpowered Destiny 2 Weapon

    Destiny 2’s Lord of Wolves shotgun was a powerful tool against PvE enemies last season, but, in an effort to fix the weapon in one mode, Bungie accidentally made it overpowered in competitive PvP. Creative Director Luke Smith sat down to talk about the studio’s plans for the weapon during Bungie’s block of the GuardianCon 2019 charity stream.