When The Game Awards start cranking out trinkets and marketing tomorrow night, you’ll be able to watch the whole shebang from within an official “metaverse experience” in game-making platform Core. Launched on Monday, it’s named Axial Tilt, and what I played of it ahead of the live in-game event is rubbish. This is exactly what I have come to expect from the ongoing “metaverse” gold rush: marketing wrapped in a bad video game.
9 December 20210
9 September 20220
The Steam store has been updated to introduce revised hub pages for tags, genres, theme and category pages. The changes include clearer personal recommendations, easier access to subcategories, andRead More
6 October 20220
Upcoming monster-hunting but not Monster Hunter game Wild Hearts has debuted seven minutes of gameplay, which gives us a proper look at how the game’s wooden tech can help take down its hulking prRead More