Loot boxes and microtransactions are still major talking points, and for very good reason. While some games have managed to implement them in ways that aren’t shady, there are many more that are predatory, cleverly using psychology to prey on addictive personalities. It’s the ol’ carrot-and-stick, dialled up to 11.
Six months in, and 2017 has been a fantastic year so far for gaming yet again. Mind you, it isn’t pulling another 2016 in terms of releases, but I’m not complaining so far. So which games are the very best then? Which new releases have been well worth the financial and chronal investment required to own and complete them?
Square Enix announced that the Team Ninja developed final fisticuffs simulator will hit PlayStation 4 consoles in 2018 under the name of Dissidia Final Fantasy NT because I’m dead certain that the names for these titles are chosen via the trusty dartboard method.
Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far On Foot is the upcoming biographical drama based on the life of cartoonist John Callahan from director Gus Van Sant. Joaquin Phoenix portrays the disabled cartoonist who regularly courted controversy for his dark humour when tackling sensitive subject matter.
When it comes to collector's items some like bobbleheads, some like toys, and others like signed memorabilia! Well, guess what, we are giving away two posters for the upcoming movie 12 Strong, signed by Chris Hemsworth, Michael Pena, and more.
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