This week on COG Considers, we tackle one of the most tired and unpleasant tropes in horror games: why games–and every other pop culture avenue–are so determined to paint people with Dissociative Identity Disorder as murderers.
Atlus and Mochibi will join forces to present an all-new roster of adorable Phantom Thief plushies! We go over the announcement and let you know what you can look forward to.
An interview with Xbox chief Phil Spencer sheds some light on the console’s future. What’s coming up after the release of Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S?
Unfortunately for Nintendo Switch owners, the XIII Remake has been delayed until 2021. Maybe they’re releasing it on the 13th month of 2020?
Limited Run, specialists in physical media for cult classics, is releasing a special collector’s edition anthology of the beloved Monkey Island adventure game series.
Today on COG Considers, it looks like in-game advertisements are making a comeback! This time a full month after the game’s release!
Starting on October 20th, CoD players can participate in the new Call of Duty event called The Haunting of Verdansk, which is a Halloween crossover event with the Saw and Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchises.
World Esports Day is coming soon and we’re here to tell you why you should be excited, what this holiday is all about, and how you can get involved.
The fine folks over at Hothead Games are supporting the wonderful initiative of Extra-life – raising funds for The BC Children’s Hospital. The developer is offering great in-game content for players who donate to the campaign.
The announcement may only concern a Japanese release, but hopefully in time a localized Western version will come out for North American audiences.
The new game in the Hyrule Warriors series is set during the age of calamity, 100 years prior to the bestselling Breath of the Wild
The exciting action-RPG gets a stylish new cover that touches on some of the game’s motifs, as Bandai Namco reveal that PS4 players can upgrade to the PS5 version for free.
Indie Developer Lexip Games are looking to redeem themselves after the mixed reception to their previous game, releasing a new demo and trailer for their upcoming game.
Alongside the revolutionary cooling system, the PS5 will analyze game performance and release firmware ugrades to ensure the best performance in future games.
Unfortunately, due to the current state of the world, Digimon Survive has been delayed. It was originally meant to launch this year, but has been pushed back to early 2021.
The new trailer shows off the features of the new game, and offers some hints at what the nightmarish town has in store for us.