Gaming Library — Nintendo
Nice music, but there may be spoilers. A new video for Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood has revealed the game's theme song, "Revolutions," composed by Nobuo Uematsu and performed by Susan Calloway. It is, in essence, an anime music video (and a very nice one), but for dedicated players, there's quite a bit of potentially meaningful things to see—and possibly some spoilers, too. Read More
The crowdfunded MMO continues to improve. It's been a little over a year since we last looked at the crowdfunded MMO Crowfall, when we said that it had come a long way since the early days of 2015. And so it has again, as developer ArtCraft Entertainment revealed two new trailers showcasing major upgrades to the game's graphics and lighting, as well as a complete overhaul of the character system that will uncouple races and classes. Read More
Visor is a Quake Champion who can see through walls The man with a metal plate for a face is back in action. A new Quake Champions teaser turns the spotlight on the Quake 3: Arena stalwart Visor, a "cybernetic clone" with a big piece of metal welded to his face. You might think that would put him at a disadvantage when it comes to things like, say, seeing where he's going or what he's shooting at, but actually it's just the opposite: His "Piercing Sight" active ability enables him to see through walls, making him very difficult to sneak up on. ...
Will have crossplay with those still playing on ye olde monitors. While Payday 3 is already officially in development, Overkill Software is still tinkering with its predecessor Payday 2. Its publisher Starbreeze announced as much in a live stream today, revealing that the heist shooter will receive VR support later this year. Read More
Maybe they just got sick of your crap and went home? Update: There's no explanation as to what exactly went wrong, but Rockstar has confirmed that the problem has been fixed, and the clerks are back on the job on all three platforms. You may now resume your usual life of crime. Original story: Something very strange is afoot in the world of GTA Online. As reported by Kotaku, all the clerks in the game's convenience and liquor stores have simply disappeared. They've apparently been missing since yesterday, May 2, in fact, and nobody knows why. Read More