The game designer published an Instagram post suggesting "hackey politics" contributed to the game's failure. But it's simpler than that.
Cliff Bleszinski's struggling new arena shooter is trying to reach a competitive audience that might always have been more theory than reality.
It looks like a refreshing change of pace for the team-based multiplayer set.
In Texas, a public fight has broken out over a strategy used to fight drug crime: Civil asset forfeiture, which lets police officers seize property from suspected criminals.
You can't play them all, but we did get our hands on, and faces in front of, the intriguing likes of 'Yooka-Laylee,' 'Absolver,' and 'Mafia III.'
Cliff Bleszinski's comeback after leaving the Gears of War series is attempting to shake up multiplayer gaming as we know it.
Can LawBreakers have the same impact on shooters as Gears of War?