Five weirdest licensed games that worked

Sometimes, it might be the property, the genre, the developer or just the timing but certain licenses should not work for Video Games. These five did despite the odds.



Review: Fire Emblem Warriors (Switch)

Nintendo has allowed another franchise to get the Warriors makeover. With Fire Emblem and Musou being so far apart, one of the weirdest mashups gets ready for release.



Review: South Park: The Fractured But Whole (PS4 Pro)

Get ready for more South Park as the game explores superheroes and plumbs the depth of anal jokes.

Super Mario Odyssey’s speedrunning community is already starting

Two weeks before launch, the next 3D Mario is already a speedrunner favourite.

Star Ocean: The Last Hope Remaster is a thing

Nobody asked for it, 'Kay?

EA shows off how to make your pets in Sims 4 Cats & Dogs

The pets are returning with detailed ways to make the perfect animal companion.

OpenCritic is tired of all the loot boxes too, will add business model information

With business models being more muddled than ever, OpenCritic wants to give readers all the relevant info on how publishers want your money.

WWE 2K18 features sponsored achievements

Instead of microtransactions, 2K is instead opting for sponsors to be a part of your WWE 2K18 achievement and trophy list.

Amanita Designs show off Chuchel for first time

Machinarium developer has unveiled their new ball of comedic hair five years in the making.

Upcoming “Goose Game” is about being pure terror

The untitled in-development game reveals the core mission: Being the most abhorrent creature to walk the planet.

Silicon Echo shuts down following removal of all games from Steam

The biggest asset flipper on Steam has to close its doors following Valve's removal of their 173 games.

Noclip’s new documentary series covers the origins of The Witcher

Danny O'Dwyer releases the first of a six-part documentary on CD Projekt Red's The Witcher.

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