Somehow, developer CD Projekt Red managed to create some of the finest fantasy women in video game history. And they’re all in The Witcher 3.
The game had a troubled launch but when all is said and done, it will be a much-improved, more stable product. Should critics respond?
As those who cover the videogame industry aren’t even seen as legitimate reporters in other fields, game journalists may have limited careers.
Final Fantasy fans wept tears of joy. It was the biggest announcement in recent E3 memory. But sadly, the game probably won’t come to fruition.
The gaming industry is often accused of unnecessary gore and violence but we keep seeing an increase in both. When will it stop?
Everyone is praising The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt to high heaven (despite the technical hitches), but will Batman: Arkham Knight steal the crown?
There are a number of well-documented hitches, glitches, and annoying issues in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, and responsible critics shouldn’t ignore them.
It’s a given that The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is a fantastic title. But is any game capable of pulling down perfect scores without pre-launch hype?
CD Projekt Red’s hugely anticipated new role-playing game is already in the hands of some reviewers. What scores will this blockbuster pull down?
It’s an all-too-common accusation these days: Blaming developers for holding back content for the sake of premium DLC. But let’s clarify.
It’s bound to be one of the most brutal video games ever, and it’ll prove offensive to some. Should this factor impact an overall review score, though?
The video game critic has a bad reputation but why? What are the reasons behind the general dislike and distrust of critics in this industry?
The theory is that harder games tend to score better among industry critics, while easier games are actually docked. Does Bloodborne prove this theory?
Bloodborne could be one of the year’s very best…or it could end up being yet another disappointment in a generation that hasn’t quite delivered.
Even though the game didn’t score particularly well, it may still enjoy solid sales due to all the controversy. And what does it mean for a sequel?