Expanding on a rumour they first published last year, The Wall Street Journal now reports that Nintendo is planning on releasing two new models of the Switch, and both may be out in 2019.
Masahiro Sawada is a senior concept artist at CDPR, the developers of The Witcher 3 and Cyberpunk 2077.
There’s currently an international cosplay battle going on between Overwatch fans, and the results are out of this world.
Here’s the ever-excellent Knightmage as DC’s Hawkman, with photos by Gwen Graham. The very classical location is the President McKinley Library in Niles, Ohio.
Quixel is a company that sells textures and other assets (similar to the way games like Battlefront are able to achieve almost photo-realistic visuals). That’s amazing work for the present, but the future is obviously going to look even better.
Tano Bonfanti is a concept artist and character designer from Argentina who has worked in video and board games.
As tough as it is, The_Happy_Hob has just put the Dark Souls series well and truly in its place, completing all five games—the three Dark Souls, Demon’s Souls and Bloodborne—in a row. Without taking a single hit.
Sea of Thieves’ next update, to mark the game’s 12-month anniversary, has something cool: a series of quests that you can tackle solo. It’ll be out April 30.
Jama Jurabaev is a senior concept artist at Lucasfilm, and has recently worked on movies like Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Ready Player One and The Crimes of Grindelwald.
For decades, cosplay conventions have followed the same basic formula: everyone goes to a hotel or convention centre, they meet up, they take photos, they party after then they go home. As cosplay grows in size and scope, though, some cosplayers are finding that the same ol’ same ol’ just isn’t enough anymore.
To celebrate the company’s 50th birthday, Konami is releasing a set of bundles called the Anniversary Collections, which will round up a ton of games from Castlevania, Contra and the company’s arcade past.
Song Nan Li is a concept artist from China working in the games business.
With a new Dune movie on the way, it’s time to start digging up the property’s old tie-ins, and there’s no better place to start than the critically-acclaimed—and long out of print—board game.
Fallas Week is held every March in the Spanish city of Valencia, and involves locals building huge displays of prominent and historical figures which are adored, awarded prizes and then burned to the ground.
It’s been in development for a few years now, but we’ve finally got our first proper look at System Shock 3—which sees the return of Warren Spector to the series—at this year’s Game Developers Conference.
The Emerald City Comic Con, held in Seattle, draws around 100,000 visitors each year, and many of them are cosplayers. Here are some of our favourites from 2019's show.
Alexander Sköld is a freelance concept artist and illustrator from Sweden.
This is Towers, a prototype/demo made by a small team of developers, including some of the same folks behind Hawken. It looks a lot like Ico cosplaying as Monster Hunter.
I really enjoyed grand strategy game Hearts of Iron IV at release, but one thing that sucked was the way navies worked, which was boring and not fun and made using some of the game’s biggest powers a massive pain in the ass.