I don't know if the term closed world makes any sense per se, but considering that The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim ushered in the term 'open world' and it's become synonymous with a certain kind of gameplay experience -- also known as sandbox games -- I thought I'd talk about whether or not gamers are finally ready to embrace games which don't subscribe to that philosophy.
I haven't finished The Outer Worlds, and that's because I have a lot of stuff to do before I fly out to California this week and so this is less a full review and more a preview -- for full disclosure I'm up to level 19 or so and stuck in pretty deep into the world Monarch, or Terra 1, after starting out on Terra 2 and the Groundbreaker.
After about a month of playing Greedfall, I finally finished it last night and I immediately wanted to write a review of it for the site, because it's a game unlike anything else I've played in years.
It was a huge shock the first time I played a role playing game with a fully voiced protagonist.
What is the lifespan of a game?
As E3 winds down, we sat down around our figurative water cooler to discuss the trailers and upcoming games that really caught our eye.
Off-Topic: Animal Crossing: New Horizons won’t come out this year because Nintendo cares about its employees
Animal Crossing: New Horizons won't make it to your Nintendo Switch this year because Nintendo cares about the health of its employees, according to IGN.
CD Projekt Red has become a major force in RPG gaming over the past few years with their Witcher series, a series of RPGs so influential that other game companies directly reference them as inspiration for their own games.
HopFrog's cute farming adventure game Forager is full of the plucky joys you'd get from Animal Crossing and the heartless joys of Factorio.
Celeste is a game about climbing a mountain.