Diego Arguello

Diego Arguello

Diego Argüello is a freelance journalist from Argentina who spends most of his time reading in public transport and thinking about replaying Fable: The Lost Chapters.

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More than 40 studios at Ubisoft are working on improving accessibility in games

Ubisoft's accessibility project manager David Tisserand shared details on a new accessibility initiative during Global Accessibility Awareness Day. Here's what's to come in the future from the company.

From explosive combat to new abilities, here's what we know about Rage 2 so far

Rage 2 is an upcoming first-person shooter from Bethesda, id Software, and Avalanche Studios. While there's plenty returning from the first entry, there are loads of new features to get excited about. Here's everything we know about it.

The Division 2 promised big strides in accessibility. But did it deliver?

Ubisoft has been vocal about their focus on providing accessible options for as many players as possible, and The Division 2 is the latest to make its case. We spoke with them and a number of players about features and room for improvement.

I finally played Undertale and I learned monsters have feelings too

Deltarune will arrive later this month on the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 so I decided to finally play Undertale, the game that inspired it, to see just what makes it the iconic indie game its known to be.

Maybe it’s the Disney-fueled nostalgia, but ‘Kingdom Hearts’ is still pure magic

Have you ever wondered what it would feel to play a part in your favorite Disney movies? The Kingdom Hearts series answers this question, bringing a Square Enix action RPG and fusing it with familiar Disney worlds. Just as Kingdom Hearts…
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Raw and brutal, ‘Dead Cells’ will pummel you, and you'll like it

Dead Cells is an indie game that blends elements from roguelite and Metroidvania genres to bring fast-paced combat pace, a complex progression system, and gameplay with plenty of secrets to uncover.