Iron Man-meets-Destiny once seemed like a premise with incredible promise, and maybe with time, it'll actually get there.
Wyden sent letters to AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint urging them to reduce the time that they retain sensitive customer data.
Still preoccupied with whether they could, games and technology companies are still not stopping to think if they should.
A bug brought a "lootshower" to 'Anthem,' and now players plan to boycott a game they already bought to bring it back.
Plus, we got ships on the seas, boats in the breeze.
This is a weird video game.
I was ready for 'Anthem' to be my Destiny, splitting the difference between dropping colored objects and telling cool stories. It feels great to fly, but it has a long way to go.
According to a cryptic interview with TMZ, Mark Geragos suggested his client could land with two teams, hinting at the Oakland Raiders and New England Patriots.
If you don't want 'Anthem,' what's a BioWare fan to do? Facing the same problem with 'Fallout 76,' Bethesda came up with a solution: give them what they want.
The company refused to take responsibility for last fall's backlash, and let the creatives behind 'Battlefront II,' 'Battlefield V,' and 'Anthem' promise things would be different.