Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) has received a new matchmaking system that analyses player behavior across Steam. According to the Counter-Strike blog, the new system has created something called a Trust Factor for Steam players. This system takes into account total time playing CS:GO, times players have been reported for cheating, and time spent playing other games on their Steam account, with all of these contributing to create a player’s Trust Factor.
Give your bank account a break this year. These gifts will surely wow the recipient as well as save you a ton of money.
From Knights of the Old Republic 3 to Visceral’s project, here are the Star Wars games we’ll never play.
A TON of huge Star Wars news including a new trilogy and a tv show, EA buys Titanfall studio, Respawn, and Microsoft puts their money where their mouth is on first party titles. These are you top 5 stories of the week.
On this week’s Xbox show, we discuss Phil Spencer’s recent comments about Xbox’s first-party situation, Call of Duty: WW2 reviewer Miranda Sanchez joins us to dive into the new FPS, more Xbox One X-enhanced 360 games, and much more!
Mickey almost bought “the merc with the mouth” and the x-men, GameStop rents games now, and Call of Duty WWII sales bring the series back around. These are the top stories you may have missed this week.
From Red Dead Revolver to Jade Empire, here are the OG Xbox games we’d love to see return.
Warner Bros. screened Justice League for members of the media ahead of the film’s debut next week. The press were allowed to share their reactions on social media before official reviews go live, and going by the posts below, the film is entertaining, but not without problems.
A new arsenal rolls out to the game.
EA announced the acquisition today, saying the move “builds on a successful publishing partnership” already in place between the two companies.