Brenda Noiseux shares news of The Witcher TV series and the closure of another game studio, and Emily Durham rounds up this week in crunch.
In this week’s news: Runescape users reject microtransactions, G2A’s business practices come to light, and the problem with a Cuphead TV show.
Brenda Noiseux brings you feminist games and the “official” beer of esports. Emily Durham updates on the Riot Games litigation saga.
This week’s gaming news includes League of Legends’ new mode Teamfight Tactics, Wizards Unite from the makers of Pokemon Go, and Steam’s LGBTQ+ tag.
Emily Durham brings you word of new Animal Crossing and Breath of the Wild games, and also tries to make sense of the term “non-obligatory crunch.”
Marvel’s Spider-Man is a delightful game about a young adult learning to be a better person, but despite that, it’s not actually YA.