While previous attempts to simulate city life were certainly fun, City Living surpasses them all by making the new locale of San Myshuno feel alive, bustling, and connected.
Sid Meier’s Civilization VI, the latest in a landmark strategy series that spans decades, is less a game of sweeping changes than it is minor tweaks—and that’s a good thing. Civ V, released a lifetime ago (in video game turns) back in 2010, was damn close to perfection and kept gamers—this one included—coming back for hundreds and hundreds of hours. Messing with that formula too much might have been a recipe for disaster. Instead, Firaxis kept what worked and enhanced everything along the way.
The Final Station challenges the player with scarcity and survival and weaves just enough context to make the world built around it interesting.
Microsoft Studios' free-to-play game creator and sandbox simulator, Project Spark, is getting rid of its microtransactions, making all of its premium content free.
After the fiasco of Simcity's 2013 launch, Electronic Arts has merged what's left of its Maxis studio into EA Mobile as Senior VP Lucy Bradshaw leaves the company.
No objections here — Capcom announced they're making Phoenix Wright's sixth Ace Attorney game for the 3DS and it's officially heading West.
Koei Tecmo is considering shipping the girls out West, as Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 could be localized if the demand is there.
Bethesda's free-to-play vault manager for smartphones has finally launched on the Android format. Also, its iOS version has had a significant update.
Do like first-person survival sims? Do you like dinosaurs? Well then it sounds like Ark: Survival Evolved might be right up your alley. Don't believe us? Check out this first trailer.
Coffee Stain Studios is launching some DayZ-inspired DLC for Goat Simulator, which features the best undead adventure you'll ever encounter on four legs.