Last month, EA announced it would be consolidating its EA Access and Origin Access subscription services and rebranding them as EA Play, and the publisher now says its Origin desktop launcher is getting a new name and overhaul as part of its rebranding push too. … [Read more...] about EA ditching Origin name with new EA Desktop app as part of ongoing rebranding efforts
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Wes Fenlon: Taking a slightly different approach to this question—if I could only play games from one specific console, I think I'd go with the PlayStation 2. Its library was just immense, full of games from Japanese developers across a wide range of budgets and styles, and because it was the dominant console of the generation, every cross-platform game was guaranteed to be on the PS2. 3D gaming was in its ugly duckling phase on the N64 and PS1, but generally looked and played much better by the early 2000s. Many PS2 games are still rough by today's standards, but there's also charm in that, and a tendency for quirky ideas to blossom into entire games that wouldn't get made today because they're too expensive. I'd definitely miss the availability of indie games and today's triple-A blockbusters, but I think the PS2 and its full library would keep me busy for a long time. That's my desert island pick. … [Read more...] about If you could only play console games, which console would you choose?
As to what happens next, it's not entirely clear, given the limited nature of Bandai Namco's announcement, but it appears that the resulting stages are played just like any regular high-score-chasing game of Pac-Man - complete with ghosts, plus some collectible landmarks thrown in - with no real-world roving required. The publisher even states that Pac-Man Geo can be played "from the comfort of home". … [Read more...] about Pac-Man Geo lets you play mazes created from real-world roads
Hearthstone is in rude shape right now, with a good amount of deck diversity on the ladder and a spooky expansion waiting around the corner. But there's always room for improvement, and one perennial complaint about the game is that it does a terrible job of tracking your stats. The only data the client exposes in-game is your total number of wins with each class, and overall across constructed and arena. Thin gruel, given that the game is well-suited to statistical analysis, with sites like HS Replay and Vicious Syndicate designed to give players an edge using data. There's also a range of deck tracking software which all use Blizzard's API to give you a ton of extra info and help ensure you know what's left to draw. … [Read more...] about Hearthstone finally gets an official deck tracking app (but only in China)
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