Moss VR is like living inside a storybook

Polyarc Games Moss is more than just cute — it’s maybe one of the most artful and thoughtful representations of what virtual reality has to offer. Developed by Polyarc Games, Moss hovers somewhere in between first and third-person gameplay. The player can control Quill, a tiny but mighty mouse protagonist, and is also able to […]

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Europe gets a way superior Metroid: Samus Returns special edition

Mercury Steam/Nintendo Metroid fans have every reason to feel spurned by Nintendo time and again over the past half-decade, but the company’s treating Metroid: Samus Returnslike a big deal. Two separate versions of a limited edition set will launch alongside the Nintendo 3DS game this September … but to pick up the superior of the […]

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Hearthstone will give out legendary cards more freely in next expansion

Today, Blizzard announced some major changes coming to how it gives out cards in its popular digital card game Hearthstone. These changes are aimed at providing a wider variety of cards for players and cutting down on the frustration of not getting the specific cards you want. Beginning with the release of Hearthstone’s next expansion […]

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Paradox scrambles to roll back prices after backlash

Concept art for Crusader Kings 2.Paradox Interactive Paradox Interactive, the Swedish developer and publisher known for its strategy games, is scrambling to roll back recent price hikes on a number of titles internationally. CEO Fredrik Wester himself took to the official forums to apologize and promise to attempt refunds. “I have promised myself never to […]

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Join the McElroy Brothers for a tour of the E3 2017 show floor

Polygon’s Justin and Griffin McElroy are old hands at E3, so this year they welcomed their middle brother (and co-host of the My Brother, My Brother and Me podcast) Travis to the big show in an effort to show him the ropes. Sadly, Travis had other plans, namely trying to score the show’s top chicken […]

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Bored? Watch a random world-record speedrun

Nintendo Speedrunning is intimidating on two levels: becoming a speedrunner yourself and becoming a fan of the genre. You need plenty of patience for both, because there’s a lot to sift through — rules, terms, glitches, lengthy runs, etc. But a really good speedrun is still fun to watch, and a new tool makes it […]

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Watch Beyond Good & Evil 2’s 14-minute E3 gameplay demo

We learned last week that Beyond Good & Evil 2 is actually a real video game, no goofing, and now we have even more concrete proof: Ubisoft has released footage of the in-engine gameplay demo that developer Ubisoft Montpellier showed behind closed doors at E3 2017. Running for more than 14 minutes, the video goes […]

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