GameStop is selling Splash Damage shooter Brink, brand spanking new, for 97p on Xbox 360. The Bethesda-published resistance-security title launched in May earlier this year for PS3, 360 and PC. You’d be utterly bonkers to not buy it at a quid. Go do it here.
Overwatch team spent 18 months working on Genji, and his double jump is still a "headache" for the design team
Overwatch secrets include true stories of a time when Genji was even more OP.
Destiny 2's "followable" campaign tells the story of the Red War, but other tales are layered around it
Destiny 2 is going to have a story you’ll actually notice happening around you – and other narratives to explore, too.
SNES Classic: "significantly more" stock than NES Mini but you might only have till the end of the year to get one
SNES Classic won’t be as thin on the ground as Nintendo’s last retro hardware, but you’ll need to move fast regardless.
Brink and Batman: Arkham Origins multiplayer developer Splash Damage is hiring for a triple-a title for PS4 and Xbox One that seems to be tied to a well-known property of some kind.
GamersGate has taken a two-handed greatsword to the price of its Bethesda games, and even though many games have sold out already you can still buy them cheap for when more license keys come in. FUS-RO-SAVE!
What’s more, Gears of War 4 for PC will support LAN games too.
Well, this is interesting.