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Reflections on E3 2018

Reflections on E3 2018 After taking a year off, I returned to E3 this week. It’s always a fun show, in spite of the fact that the show floor has come to rival Comic-Con in terms of the mass of people the show’s organizers are able to cram into the aisles of […]

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Feast your eyes on these uniquely beautiful indie games from E3

Feast your eyes on these uniquely beautiful indie games from E3 The AAA games on display at E3 this year have, as usual, an amazing array of beautiful, nearly photorealistic graphics — and while they’re amazing in their own way, I always find it fun to highlight a few games that take […]

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This AR guppy feeds on the spectrum of human emotion

This AR guppy feeds on the spectrum of human emotion Indiecade always offers a nice respite from the wall of undulating human flesh and heat that is the rest of the E3 show floor. The loose confederation of independent developers often produces compelling and bizarre gaming experiences outside of the big studio […]

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Here’s what having the biggest game of the year looks like at E3

Here’s what having the biggest game of the year looks like at E3 For all of the beautiful photo-realistic titles shown off at E3 this year, for all the mind-bending storylines and beautiful art styles, it seems that nobody can stop thinking about Fortnite. The battle royale title has picked up users […]

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Check out this adorable Bluetooth controller for the Nintendo Switch

Check out this adorable Bluetooth controller for the Nintendo Switch 8bitdo debuted a bunch of gaming controllers at E3 this week, but honestly, we only care about one. The Zero 2 is an adorable little Bluetooth controller that fits in the palm of your hand. It’s compatible with all sorts of systems, […]

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Valve sets sights on Discord with updates to Steam Chat

Valve sets sights on Discord with updates to Steam Chat Discord has risen among the ranks of gamers as the most common choice for game-related communications. And it’s easy to see why: it works well and the competition is pretty dismal. But Valve is looking to keep users in-house with an overhaul […]

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How Nintendo regained its footing with the Switch and smartphones

How Nintendo regained its footing with the Switch and smartphones As recently as a couple of years ago, Nintendo very much felt like a company at a crossroads. The Wii U presented a rare major misfire for the gaming giant, while its executives stubbornly clung to a strategy that actively excluded smartphones. […]

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Gaming leans into diversity at E3, but not hard

Gaming leans into diversity at E3, but not hard To say the gaming community is not known for its friendliness to women and minority groups is something of an understatement. But we’re starting to see developers abandon the usual excuses of tradition, demographics, and the most absurd of all, “realism,” in favor […]

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Fortnite won’t support cross-play between Nintendo Switch and PS4

Fortnite won’t support cross-play between Nintendo Switch and PS4 As rumored, Fornite is coming to the Nintendo Switch. In fact, it’s arriving even earlier than we imagined, available today as a free download from the Nintendo eShop. The addition widens the play field for the title’s wildly popular gameplay. The Epic game […]

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Everything Nintendo announced at E3 2018

Everything Nintendo announced at E3 2018 Nintendo came out with the big guns for its pre-recorded E3 conference this morning, delivering updates on a couple veteran franchises while also bringing some new titles to its Switch console. We didn’t get a ton of big surprises, but what Nintendo showed off was certainly […]

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