The Super League creators worry young people care more about games than football - they're right, but for the wrong reasons.
Maybe you'll play The Elder Scrolls on PS5, maybe you won't - but for Xbox, and indeed for Bethesda's studios, that's not really the point.
Game Pass is another matter.
And this one will be different.
Super smashing great.
Having appointed itself the god-king of PC gaming, Valve is vacating the throne.
You'll always walk alone.
A less than stellar year for PlayStation.
But does it have the vision to excite?
The pressure's on for E3.
"Put aside the petty bickering and embrace a new outlook."
Direct is a reasonable solution to one of Steam's most serious problems
Alexis Kennedy on games, empathy and happiness.
Chapter and Miiverse.
And reminds us not to pre-order video games.
Why should we welcome PlayStation Neo and Xbox Scorpio? There is a reason.
Look, at least it's not another Pokemon Go article.
Gurdurrs of perception.
Perhaps its only option for staying in the hardware game.
But it's still great news for Nintendo.
Deepening the rut.
The great teraflip-flop.
Welcome to the post-generational era.
Or the special whatness that makes them so special.
"'Another hoppy IPA!?' is this industry's 'Oh, they've put in a horde mode.'"
"I didn't sign up for this."
A new Metroid and a new Animal Crossing should have kept the faithful happy, but instead they're up in arms.
Will Phil Spencer try to save Xbox One, or push for the cross-platform future?
The assumption that old games have no value indulges our nostalgia but is killing the industry.
Farewell, Wii hardly knew U.
"I love my friends."
"Time is like location, but for watches."
Reasons to be cheerful.
Xur, you are being hunted.
"Most likely, you live with them..."
From the archive: If you come at the king, you best not miss.
The tone problem in Rockstar's classic series.
Ubisoft Montreal's latest could be a fine portrayal of a country under siege, if only it stopped to breathe.
It's struggled in the marketplace, but Nintendo's console has remembered something its competition seemingly forgot.
It was the console that could do no wrong - but software was another matter.
What Destiny tells us about life, the universe, and everything.
Why it's time to tear up the open world genre's greatest crutch.