This year, games refined old ideas and introduced brand new ones. They also provided the fuel needed to power through the murk of 2017.
Oh, right. 'Gravity Rush 2' DID come out this year.
A study on urban spaces in our virtual worlds.
We're just going to pretend chapter 13 in 'Final Fantasy XV' never happened.
Despite being anime-as-fuck, 'Gravity Rush 2' takes on some surprisingly complex themes.
If you want to find the game's hidden treasures, players need to work together.
In terms of video games, 2017 is already off to a really great start.
Because we all know that cats secretly want to fly.
The telltale touch of Keiichirō Toyama is all over this second game, setting it apart from less-singular “action-adventures”.
And it’s the start of the week, which means it’s time for Witcher Wednesdays. Er, Mondays.