The E3 Moment – Bethesda Brings Franchises Back From The Dead

By Steven Petite For the second year in a row, Bethesda demonstrated the right way to showcase current and upcoming products effectively. First impressions are very important, and Bethesda kicked off the show with a clever command prompt reveal of Quake Champions. It was only a short teaser with no actual gameplay footage, but when…

The Roundup: The Circle Speaks

By Harry Rabinowitz With the storm known as E3 now over, the Circle eases back into the daily routine. Mostly with Batman… Ebenezer Samuel reviews Batman: Arkham Knight. And he has a beef to pick with the developer’s use of the Batmobile this time around. If you are on PC, you may have noticed Arkham…

The Roundup: The Circle Speaks

By Harry Rabinowitz You’re a kid now, you’re a squid now… Jason Cipriano reviews Splatoon, Nintendo’s fresh, ink/squid based take on the third person shooter genre. Chris Plante is joined by Griffin McElroy to explain E3, its history, and its place in the 2015 gaming landscape. Anthony John Agnello talks song licensing, away-time, and Rock…

What The Games World Can Learn From The Whitney Museum

by Harold Goldberg Today heralds the opening of one of the world’s great museums, the Whitney Museum of American Art‘s new home in downtown Manhattan. I attended the museum’s inaugural press event, roaming its wondrous halls and nooks and crannies for hours. It was all so glorious, I couldn’t help but feel I present was…