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Andrew Zucosky

Andrew Zucosky

Andrew has been playing video games since he was a small boy, and he finally got good at them like a week ago. He has been in the video game media industry for almost ten years ranging from writing guides and reviews to interviewing top celebrities on the red carpet. When he is not talking about games he is probably playing one, or hanging out with his cat, or both.

A party of heroes stands on a cliff in Baldur's Gate 3.

Baldur’s Gate 3 review: staggering RPG opens up a world of possibilities

Baldur's Gate 3 is a staggering CRPG that feels like it's on its way to becoming a foundational video game.
A party of four adventures walking through a mushroom forest in the Underdark

Baldur’s Gate 3 makes gaming’s most complex genre more player-friendly than ever

CRPGs have always been a daunting genre, but Baldur's Gate 3 does a fantastic job at introducing new players to them.
Hunters facing off against Malzeno

Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak isn’t loaded with content, and I love it for that

Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak brings new life to Capcom's stellar series without relying on cheap live service hooks.
A character in Valkyrie Elysium points.

Square Enix brings two surprising RPGs to Sony State of Play

Square Enix announced two new games during the Sony State of Play showcase.
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Babylon’s Fall commits gaming’s cardinal sin

Babylon's Fall fails to do anything interesting or different with its live service model, making it a forgettable experience
Guardians fighting against the Lucent Brood in Destiny 2: The Witch Queen.

Destiny 2: The Witch Queen review: Watch the throne

Destiny 2: The Witch Queen strengthens an already great game with its best story content to date.
Minotaur mech facing off against the Sentinels in No Man's Sky.

No Man’s Sky’s Sentinel update disrupted my quiet space life

No Man's Sky's newest update focuses on combat and offers new toys to the players, but the overall result was off-putting.
Reveal of a titan in Xenoblade Chronicles 3.

Xenoblade Chronicles 3 is coming this September

Xenoblade Chronicles 3 was announced during the Nintendo Direct on Wednesday with a release date of September 2022
An alien world found in No Man's Sky

No Man’s Sky reaches the final frontier: Nintendo Switch

No Man's Sky was announced as a Nintendo Switch release during the Nintendo Direct livestream.
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Lost Ark review: Amazon’s new MMO is worth the long haul

Lost Ark brings a lot of content that can be enjoyed without putting any money into the game.
Human and orc sharing a drink together.

World of Warcraft will finally unite the Alliance and Horde

World of Warcraft adds cross faction play after almost twenty years of open war.
A collection of soldiers.

Call of Duty will remain on PlayStation … for now

Microsoft confirmed that it will honor Activision Blizzard's agreements and keep Call of Duty on PlayStation consoles.
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As legendary RPGs moved on, turn-based games found new life in 2021

2021 was a defining year for turn-based games where we saw a changing of the guard of sorts.
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Wonder Woman finally gets her own video game

Wonder Woman was announced at the Game Awards 2021 as a stand-alone game for the Amazon warrior princess.
All playable characters in the Ruined King

League of Legends’ spinoff games get what the series is really about

The Ruined King and Hextech Mayhem prove that Riot Games wants to focus on its characters more than the story.
Characters face off in Babylon's Fall.

Babylon’s Fall has strong combat, but lacks Platinum’s signature style

Babylon's Fall's closed beta showcased the combat of the game and little else of note.
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The best Xbox accessories to give as gifts this holiday season

Shopping for an Xbox owner? Here are some key accessories to add to your holiday shopping list.
A character looks down at a horde of the undead in Dying Light 2.

Dying Light 2 brings back zombie-killing mayhem — and humanity

Dying Light 2: Stay Human brings back the zombie-killing carnage, but also moves humanity to the forefront.
Ziggs exploding past Heimerdinger.

League of Legends gets a spinoff rhythm game called Hextech Mayhem

Hextech Mayhem is a new rhythm-based game based on the League of Legends universe.
Spider-Man on a wall.

Marvel’s Avengers finally adds Spider-Man this month

Marvel's Avengers has announced the release date for Spider-Man as well as the game's first raid, the Discordant Sound.
Jinx from League of Legends entering Fortnite.

Riot Games’ titles can now be launched via the Epic Games Store

Jinx from League of Legends is the newest skin available in Fortnite, as Epic and Riot join forces.
Netflix gaming service on Android.

Netflix launches its new video game platform on Android devices

Netflix has announced a new gaming service that gives players free games and no microtransactions.
Characters stand together in the remastered edition of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is coming to VR

GTA: San Andres will be coming to the Oculus Quest 2 according to a Meta announcement on the Facebook VR/AR Conference.
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Darkest Dungeon 2 is dark, stressful, and full of hope

Darkest Dungeon 2 may be incredibly stressful, but it's a surprisingly hopeful experience too.
Title art of The Sinking City.

Video games still can’t quite nail Lovecraftian horror

Lovecraftian horror is difficult to pull off in video games, especially if we do not know what it entails.
Heroes from Hearthstone Mercenaries stand together.

Hearthstone’s standout Mercanaries mode is smothered by the main game

Hearthstone Mercenaries is a fresh take on the game, but it cannot be separated from the original game.
Two players fighting in New World.

New World review: A gorgeous mountain with nothing on top

New World brings a lot of fresh ideas to the table, but its lacking a real endgame at the moment.
Riley and Jacob at the fisherman hut.

Oxenfree II: Lost Signals is much more than a “part two”

Oxenfree II: Lost Signals is more than just a sequel. It takes lessons from the original and goes beyond it.
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Alan Wake isn’t like Twin Peaks. It’s a completely unique experience

Alan Wake has always drawn comparisons to director David Lynch, but that doesn't do its story justice.
Cover art of Diablo 2.

Diablo II: Resurrected review: The path to Hell is paved with gold

Diablo II: Resurrected is a shining example of what a remaster of a legendary game from years past can be.
Yoshi's Story composite image.

Yoshi’s Story taught me about consequences in video games

Yoshi's Story taught me a valuable lesson about the consequences of my actions.
Animal Crossing New Horizons Winter Update

Animal Crossing: New Horizons is adding The Roost in next update

Animal Crossing: New Horizons will add The Roost and Brewster to the game this November.
League of Legends characters inside the Wild Rift.

Riot Games to hold its first mobile esports tournament for Wild Rift

Riot Games announced Wild Rift's first international tournament, which will be held in Singapore later this year.
Phasmophobia player inside the truck.

Phasmophobia adds single-player mode in one-year anniversary update

Phasmophobia has added a new single-player mode in its one-year anniversary update.