Analysing E3 2017: Sony – Second verse, same as the first

Sony’s 2017 E3 press conference had an air of the familiar about it, spending plenty of time digging deeper into

Analysing E3 2017: Ubisoft – Beyond Expectations

Ubisoft’s 2016 press conference felt like the last remnant of a bygone era; two long hours of celebrity guests and

Analysing E3 2017: Bethesda – Short on Surprises

In its first two E3 showcases Bethesda has relied on an extended demo of its upcoming tentpole release to anchor

Analysing E3 2017: Microsoft – The Future is Tomorrow

Microsoft has made its opening arguments for Scorpio, now designated the Xbox One X. It was a solid sales pitch

Analysing E3 2017: EA – The Influencer Economy

If E3 2016 was EA’s step up to the present of E3 press conferences, dropping all mention of mobile games

Why we think Destiny 2’s first Raid will be in the Tower

Since the Destiny 2 announcement trailer, I’ve been convinced I know where the first Raid will be held: the Tower. Nothing

The one thing Injustice 2 needs: More victory poses

There’s no doubt that Injustice 2 is amazing. Sadly though, it’s severely lacking in one department: victory poses. I’ve decided my main

Thank boring early access for the fury over Mass Effect: Andromeda’s animations

I can’t get over how much people are bitching over Mass Effect: Andromeda’s animations. Right or wrong, and wholly undeserving

Injustice 2: Is that Wally West as Kid Flash in the second story trailer?

Update 2: NetherRealm’s used a recent livestream to confirm that the character in yellow is indeed Reverse Flash. Sadface. Update: We’ve forgotten

Nintendo doesn’t look like it will detail Switch unknowns like Virtual Console before launch

Did anyone else optimistically assume Nintendo would dazzle with a Switch Virtual Console unveiling in a Direct prior to launch

Resident Evil 7: Should you play in VR or not?

Resident Evil 7 is now available, and those on PS4 with PlayStation VR can choose to dive headlong — and face

Nintendo Switch is too expensive, no matter how you spin it

Ever since Friday’s reveal of the Nintendo Switch’s launch date and price, gamers around the globe have taken to social

Everything we want Nintendo to reveal during its Switch presentation

After a small tease last year, Nintendo is finally ready to completely unveil Switch this week. Much of what is

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End: Readers’ Choice 2016 Game of the Year

Our Readers’ Choice voting has finished, and Stevivor patrons have awarded Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Game of the Year 2016.

2016 in review: Stop hating on a harmless year and actually do something to fix the next

First off, this has hardly anything to do with gaming, but I’m the Editor-in-Chief of this site and, as such, I

Reader’s Choice: Stevivor’s Game of the Year 2016

We’ve weighed in with our GOTY entries, and now it’s time for our readers to have a say. Vote for