Rhode Island Representative Plans Tax Bill On Violent Video Games

Robert Nardolillo is a Republican member of the Rhode Island House of Representatives. Recently, the politician announced that he will be introducing legislation that would add a ten-percent tax to all M-rated video games sold in Rhode Island. Proceeds for this proposed bill would reportedly go to fund mental health initiatives and counseling for students. “There is evidence that children ... Read More »

Vote For Your Favorite 300 Games Of All Time

We’re coming up on the 300th issue of Game Informer magazine, and spoiler alert, it will feature our editor-selected top 300 games of all time. We’re excited to share our list, but we want to know what a list made by our readers would look like! To do that, we’re taking your vote. Just make sure you’re logged into your ... Read More »

Opinion – I Miss The Bad Games Based On Movies

Video games based on motion pictures often draw a wary eye. Perhaps, we, the consumers, are the ones to blame for thinking games based on Space Chimps, Night at the Museum, and The Polar Express would deliver reasonable amounts of fun. Curiosity sometimes gets the best of us – we can’t be faulted for this troublesome human instinct, right? For ... Read More »

Trump Drudges Up The Violent Video Game Debate Again

During a White House listening session, President Trump talked about the violence in video games and films, alluding to the idea that video game violence is at least partly responsible for modern youth violence. The President also implied he’s keen to do something to regulate the kinds of games and films that kids see: “We have to look at the ... Read More »

Destiny 2’s Development Roadmap Hits Some Bumps

At the end of January, Bungie laid down a Destiny 2 roadmap that led up to the beginning of season 3 in May. Now, they have modified the map to push back many features, including Nightfall rewards and Exotic weapon and armour balance. The Nightfall rewards were supposed to hit on February 27 in the 1.1.3 update, but will now ... Read More »

Photo Reveals Emily O'Brien And Troy Baker Join Cast Of Death Stranding

An Instagram photo posted by an actress reveals she and another well-known voice actor have joined Death Stranding’s cast. Emily O’Brien, who is in PlayStation 4’s upcoming zombie title Days Gone and plays Gamora in TellTale’s Guardians of the Galaxy, posted a photo on her Instagram account showing her between Norman Reedus and Troy Baker. “Honored to be working alongside ... Read More »

Trump Points to Violent Games When Discussing School Safety

The Level of Violence in Video Games & Other Media Is Brought Up Yet Again President Trump brought up the possibility on Thursday that violent media such as violent video games could be to blame while addressing school safety in the aftermath of a mass shooting that occurred at a Florida high school last week. Trump said that something would have ... Read More »

Konami Forbids Metal Gear Survive Use as Dating Service

Finding Love in Metal Gear Survive Is out of the Question If you were hoping to improve your love life playing Metal Gear Survive, it looks like you’re going to be disappointed. In the game’s end-user license agreement, Konami prohibits anyone from seeking “a relationship with another person or [do] an act that Konami determines is made for the main ... Read More »

Fortnite 3.0: Battle Royale Now Supports 60 Fps on All Consoles

Season 3 of Fortnite Has Begun As Epic Games just revealed, we’re now into Season 3 of Fortnite, which means tons more loot. There will be additional improvements to Battle Royale and Save the World modes. Plus, the developers are committed to visual fidelity and top performance on all consoles. When I say improvements are coming to Fortnite, I mean there are tons of improvements. ... Read More »