GYGO: Hardware, Software, Everywhere

GYGO: Hardware, Software, Everywhere

Hey, everybody! This week’s news was populated once more by companies doing Big Corporate Things: some that will positively impact the gaming landscape we all find ourselves in, and some that, well, won’t. So let’s dive in first with a look at the literal circuits and batteries of the thing: (more…)

GYGO: Hardware, Software, Everywhere

GYGO: PlayStation Shutters Stores & Nintendo Switch Updates

Hey there, Maddi here! I hope this week is treating you kindly. What have you been up to? I’ve been catching up on Haikyuu!!, Jujutsu Kaisen, and Delicious in Dungeon lately. I also upgraded to Fitness Boxing 2 on the Nintendo Switch, which includes some awesome quality-of-life improvements that I’ve been enjoying a lot. Speaking of quality-of-life improvements for the Switch… here’s this week’s news. (more…)

GYGO: Hardware, Software, Everywhere

GYGO: Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater Gets a Documentary

Howdy, GYGO fans! Welcome again to your weekly news roundup. This week I was both delighted and distinctly undelighted by some of the biggest news stories. So let’s dive in: (more…)

GYGO: Hardware, Software, Everywhere

GYGO: Baby Sonic Is an Abomination

Happy New Year! Welcome, all, to a new decade! I’m honored to bring you the first round of 2020’s gaming news hot off the presses. So let’s start with what’s most important to me: (more…)

The Women Stars of E3 2018

The Women Stars of E3 2018

E3’s over and the gaming community is slowly falling back into the normal swing of things, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t still lessons to be learned from this year’s show. Feminist Frequency recently published their yearly look at the number of women-centric video games showcased at E3, and while the numbers are still frustratingly low (8 percent of games vs. 24 percent featuring men), the games we did get show plenty of promise. I want to take a look at the specific games which starred female protagonists and/or featured women predominantly in their trailers, broken down by press conference. E3 has a long way to go toward equality, but we still have some games to look forward to in the next couple of years. (more…)