EA’s Origin service is hosting a holiday sale with up to 67% off select PC titles. Some offers include: Battlefield 1: 40% off FIFA 17: 50% off Titanfall 2: 50% off The Sims 4: 67% off Star Wars: Battlefront: 67% off

Ah, our favourite part of Stevivor’s Game of the Year celebrations: the wooden spoons. Yep, plural. There’s a lot to be unhappy with this year. Let’s get to it, in no particular order. No Man’s Sky Where to start with No

And now, the exciting conclusion to our Game of the Year podcast! Ben, Shane, Steve and Tano duke it out over games released in the latter half of 2016. Missed the first half? It’s right here. Remember to post comments

It’s the night before the night before Christmas, and all through Stevivor, we basically deferred to Nicholas on the best racing or sports games of 2016. Sure, there were a lot of sports games this year — as in every

Hot on the heels of news it has closed all but two of its studios, Crytek has announced that Robinson: The Journey will soon head to Oculus Rift. Available in January, Robinson is a virtual reality title that places you in the

Blizzard’s Overwatch has generated the largest revenue of any other (non-free-to-play) PC game in 2016. According to research firm SuperData, the popular shooter bested the likes of juggernaut Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Minecraft to take top honours, amassing $585.6 million USD in

Bethesda today took to Twitter to advise that Fallout Shelter is getting into the holiday spirit. Expect new decorations, quests and outfits in the holiday update. Bring holiday cheer to your #FalloutShelter Vault today! New decorations, outfits, & quests are available

Updated story: The sale is now live! Here’s what you can expect. All discount percentages below reflecting that of an Xbox Live Silver user (lowest) to an Xbox Live Gold user (highest). Xbox One ARCADE GAME SERIES 3-in-1 Pack Xbox

(Non-)update: Yep, it’s still happening. Aaaand … as a developer of gay games trying to make a living … fuck you google for associating gay games with worst games pic.twitter.com/wtVqICs7IE — Luke Miller (@dodgyville) December 21, 2016 Original story (22 July 2016): Up

First the premiership, and now the cover of AFL Evolution. The AFL today announced that the reigning champion Western Bulldogs’ Marcus Bontempelli has been selected as the game’s cover star. 128,000 entries were received in the popular vote, with Bontempelli garnering

Blizzard has teased a host of new content coming to Overwatch in the new year. Here’s what to expect in 2017 from what many outlets — not Stevivor, but many others — are calling 2016’s shooter of the year. New maps Already

Starting off a conversation with BioWare’s Michael Gamble about Mass Effect: Andromeda, I immediately landed a low blow, talking about fan reception to Mass Effect 3‘s ending. I could practically hear him wince over the phone. “You know what? I joke a

The Resident Evil franchise has had an identity crisis in recent years. Resident Evil 4 and 5 shifted to action-based gameplay and 6 took this even further, presenting blockbuster set pieces that completely abandoned the isolating sense of paranoia the series was

We’re near the end of our Game of the Year 2016 awards, so it’s time to bring out the big gun: Battlefield 1 as the year’s best shooter. It was practically a no contest this year, as Titanfall 2 was equally deserving, yet

EA today announced it will make Star Wars: Battlefront‘s “Death Star” DLC free to all players this coming weekend. Additionally, those that login to the game between 23-25 December will receive 5,000 credits and double score in multiplayer matches. The game’s

2016 was a great year for puzzle and strategy games, but in the end, it’s hard to go past XCOM 2. In reviewer Stuart Gollan’s words, “XCOM 2 made [XCOM] Enemy Unknown seem like a bad game.” “It had me eyeing off