Blazing A New Trail

about X hours ago from
Blazing A New Trail

Everything I've ever loved is gone.

Family. Friends. Home. It’s all back on a planet that can no longer sustain human life, a planet that we lost contact with 15 years ago. Earth is a distant memory, but there is hope: Our ship orbits Enoch, a planet that could give the 500 thousand souls on the S.S. Flores a chance at redemption. Perhaps this time we won’t fail.

The probes have given us cause for celebration: Enoch is a rare breed of “Goldilocks” planets, which is neither too hot nor too cold to sustain human life, with a breathable atmosphere and gravitational pull that won’t instantly crush us. Before we can colonize this rich new home, there’s one final formality: The Outriders have to make a quick landfall and ensure that it is, indeed, the paradise scientists have promised us all. What could possibly go wrong?

Blazing A New Trail

about X hours ago from
Blazing A New Trail

Everything I've ever loved is gone.

Family. Friends. Home. It’s all back on a planet that can no longer sustain human life, a planet that we lost contact with 15 years ago. Earth is a distant memory, but there is hope: Our ship orbits Enoch, a planet that could give the 500 thousand souls on the S.S. Flores a chance at redemption. Perhaps this time we won’t fail.

The probes have given us cause for celebration: Enoch is a rare breed of “Goldilocks” planets, which is neither too hot nor too cold to sustain human life, with a breathable atmosphere and gravitational pull that won’t instantly crush us. Before we can colonize this rich new home, there’s one final formality: The Outriders have to make a quick landfall and ensure that it is, indeed, the paradise scientists have promised us all. What could possibly go wrong?

Blazing A New Trail

about X hours ago from
Blazing A New Trail

Everything I've ever loved is gone.

Family. Friends. Home. It’s all back on a planet that can no longer sustain human life, a planet that we lost contact with 15 years ago. Earth is a distant memory, but there is hope: Our ship orbits Enoch, a planet that could give the 500 thousand souls on the S.S. Flores a chance at redemption. Perhaps this time we won’t fail.

The probes have given us cause for celebration: Enoch is a rare breed of “Goldilocks” planets, which is neither too hot nor too cold to sustain human life, with a breathable atmosphere and gravitational pull that won’t instantly crush us. Before we can colonize this rich new home, there’s one final formality: The Outriders have to make a quick landfall and ensure that it is, indeed, the paradise scientists have promised us all. What could possibly go wrong?

Blazing A New Trail

about X hours ago from
Blazing A New Trail

Everything I've ever loved is gone.

Family. Friends. Home. It’s all back on a planet that can no longer sustain human life, a planet that we lost contact with 15 years ago. Earth is a distant memory, but there is hope: Our ship orbits Enoch, a planet that could give the 500 thousand souls on the S.S. Flores a chance at redemption. Perhaps this time we won’t fail.

The probes have given us cause for celebration: Enoch is a rare breed of “Goldilocks” planets, which is neither too hot nor too cold to sustain human life, with a breathable atmosphere and gravitational pull that won’t instantly crush us. Before we can colonize this rich new home, there’s one final formality: The Outriders have to make a quick landfall and ensure that it is, indeed, the paradise scientists have promised us all. What could possibly go wrong?

Cover Reveal – Outriders

about X hours ago from
Cover Reveal – Outriders

People Can Fly is nothing if not consistent. Since it was founded back in 2002, the Polish studio has focused primarily on the shooter genre, starting with Painkiller. Over the years, they’ve adjusted and made more technically sophisticated games, such as Bulletstorm and Gears of War: Judgment. Their latest project, Outriders, is its most expansive release yet, taking a solid shooter framework and adding deep RPG systems, an engaging storyline, and loads of powerful (and occasionally bizarre) loot. We visited the Warsaw studio and got hours of hands-on time with Outriders, and we also got to know some of the people behind the game. There’s a lot to talk about, and it’s all in the next issue of Game Informer Magazine.

Cover Reveal – Outriders

about X hours ago from
Cover Reveal – Outriders

People Can Fly is nothing if not consistent. Since it was founded back in 2002, the Polish studio has focused primarily on the shooter genre, starting with Painkiller. Over the years, they’ve adjusted and made more technically sophisticated games, such as Bulletstorm and Gears of War: Judgment. Their latest project, Outriders, is its most expansive release yet, taking a solid shooter framework and adding deep RPG systems, an engaging storyline, and loads of powerful (and occasionally bizarre) loot. We visited the Warsaw studio and got hours of hands-on time with Outriders, and we also got to know some of the people behind the game. There’s a lot to talk about, and it’s all in the next issue of Game Informer Magazine.

The Coolest Pokémon Sword & Shield Cards We Pulled From Booster Packs

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The Coolest Pokémon Sword & Shield Cards We Pulled From Booster Packs

Following the launch and runaway success of Pokémon Sword & Shield last year, it was just a matter of time before we got the first Sword & Shield expansion for the Pokémon Trading Card Game. While we got a sneak peek at the first Sword & Shield cards through the Galar Collection Boxes in December, today marks the release of the first full Sword & Shield expansion.

As the name implies, the emphasis of this expansion is on Pokémon featured in Sword & Shield. That means you can expect a heavy dose of all-new Pokémon (including Gigantamaxed versions and Legendaries), as well as Galarian forms of old favorites. However, that's not all this expansion offers, as the Pokémon from past generations also appear throughout the expansion.

We were sent several booster packs, as well as all three themed decks. The themed decks feature the evolved forms of the starters, while the booster packs yielded several exciting pulls. Check out the gallery below for my favorite pulls from the new Sword & Shield expansion.

The Coolest Pokémon Sword & Shield Cards We Pulled From Booster Packs

about X hours ago from
The Coolest Pokémon Sword & Shield Cards We Pulled From Booster Packs

Following the launch and runaway success of Pokémon Sword & Shield last year, it was just a matter of time before we got the first Sword & Shield expansion for the Pokémon Trading Card Game. While we got a sneak peek at the first Sword & Shield cards through the Galar Collection Boxes in December, today marks the release of the first full Sword & Shield expansion.

As the name implies, the emphasis of this expansion is on Pokémon featured in Sword & Shield. That means you can expect a heavy dose of all-new Pokémon (including Gigantamaxed versions and Legendaries), as well as Galarian forms of old favorites. However, that's not all this expansion offers, as the Pokémon from past generations also appear throughout the expansion.

We were sent several booster packs, as well as all three themed decks. The themed decks feature the evolved forms of the starters, while the booster packs yielded several exciting pulls. Check out the gallery below for my favorite pulls from the new Sword & Shield expansion.

An Interview With The Minds Behind Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet

about X hours ago from
An Interview With The Minds Behind Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet

Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet is just a day away from its launch on Friday, February 7. The Ubisoft and Apple TV+ sitcom comes from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’s Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day, and Megan Ganz. The comedy tackles the challenges of making games by taking us inside a fictional game development studio and showcasing the issues the characters face in its day-to-day operations. Expect big personalities to clash, as the team desperately tries to keep their successful MMORPG interesting and profitable. Ahead of the show’s debut, we chatted with some of the creators and executive producers (McElhenney, Ganz, and David Hornsby) to see what went into making it. 

An Interview With The Minds Behind Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet

about X hours ago from
An Interview With The Minds Behind Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet

Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet is just a day away from its launch on Friday, February 7. The Ubisoft and Apple TV+ sitcom comes from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’s Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day, and Megan Ganz. The comedy tackles the challenges of making games by taking us inside a fictional game development studio and showcasing the issues the characters face in its day-to-day operations. Expect big personalities to clash, as the team desperately tries to keep their successful MMORPG interesting and profitable. Ahead of the show’s debut, we chatted with some of the creators and executive producers (McElhenney, Ganz, and David Hornsby) to see what went into making it.