John is a Toronto-based author who does photography in his spare time. When not being insulted over Xbox Live, he spends his time playing soccer and perpetually napping. His favorite games include Mass Effect, Grand Theft Auto and X-COM.
Cosmic Contrarian returns to simulate a battle in Fallout 4! This time, it’s 10,000 mirelurks rising up against 500 Brotherhood of Steel knights on a beach.
A YouTube series finale contains a bizarre and unexpected mashup between Amnesia: The Dark Descent and Disney’s Frozen, with the song ‘Let It Go’. We’re scared.
A Fallout 4 parody cartoon joins the ever-increasing ranks of things that have made fun of Half-Life 3’s development cycle, by making a visual joke from the future.
The Division has four different damage indicator colors, which may have left some gamers scratching their heads. This YouTube video explains what each color really means.
In February’s first Open Discussion, we’re discussing the beta for The Division, the upcoming release of DOOM, a potential Conker game, and more. Come join the discussion!
A fan of XCOM 2 makes a corgi puppy gun for the turn-based strategy game, which Firaxis acknowledges is the first post-release modification made by a fan.
A YouTuber named MarcoStyle measures out the map of The Division and directly compares it to the in-game worlds of both Grand Theft Auto 5 and Fallout 4.
22 Cans is canceling a controversial surprise microtransaction that forced Godus Wars players to pay a $5 fee if they wanted access to the second half of the game.
The February 2016 update video releases for Skywind, the fan-made total overhaul modification that brings the land and characters of Morrowind to Skyrim.
Find out more information on The Division’s third enemy faction – a group of private military contractors who go by the name of the Last Man Battalion.
An eight year old boy in Japan writes Nintendo a handwritten apology letter after accidentally breaking his Nintendo 3DS by leaving it in a bag with a leaky thermos.
The Division has a great weather engine powering its wintry New York City setting, and one fan has recorded a beautiful in-game time-lapse so everyone can see it.
SCS Software decides to release American Truck Simulator a few hours earlier than scheduled, so that the studio doesn’t have to stay up late at night to address bugs.
Former Ant Simulator developer Eric Tereshinski explains that he canceled development of the game because his business partners squandered his cash on booze and strippers.
Ubisoft responds to complaints about a profusion of hackers on the PC version of The Division, and promises to address these issues before the game is released.
A YouTuber prank calls several people using sound clips from the Vault Tec Rep from Fallout 4 in an effort to sell vault access to unsuspecting people over the phone.
Ubisoft reveals more details for the Rainbow Six Siege DLC called Black Ice, which comes out tomorrow and will introduce two Canadian operators and a brand new map.