During Toy Fair, New York's Javitz Center is filled with thousands of collectibles. including brand new Funko Pops, everyone's favorite big-headed figures. Check out the new lineup!Note: Some Pops are still being developed, and not all pictures represent final products.
It's hard not to have your interest piqued by Rust. Few other games strive to make you feel as helpless, vulnerable, and lost as its startling opening and outwardly confusing mechanics do. Rust wants you to think it's about survival, but it never uses the tools at its disposal to realize that. Instead it becomes a playground limited not by your understanding of its inner workings, but instead by how much time you want to spend slogging away at its tedium.Starting stark naked on a beach with nothing more than a rock and torch on your person, Rust doesn't waste time letting you know that you're ...more
Rainbow Six Siege's third year of DLC is about to kick off, introducing a new, limited-time co-op event and two new Operators. We'll have more on Outbreak--the elaborate co-operative missions set during an extraterrestrial invasion--soon, but for now, let's look at how Siege's new characters will change the way you play its traditional PvP mode.Operation Chimera, as this first new season of content is called, introduces a new Russian Operator, Finka, and an additional French character, Lion. The former is essentially an attacking form of Doc: she comes equipped with a stim pen that applies a 2...more
As the first stage of Overwatch League drew to a close, it represented a major milestone for Blizzard's big gamble on esports. The London Spitfire faced some setbacks during the final day of Stage 1, but after coming back from an earlier defeat against their rivals the New York Excelsior, they were able to secure victory and earn $100,000 in prize money. During a chat with Overwatch League commissioner Nate Nanzer at the finals, he spoke about how event organizers plan to refine their approach to the competition, while also reflecting on how things have transpired so far."I think we're off to ...more
Wishing upon many stars.Kingdom Hearts 3 is so close, we can almost taste it. After 10 long years, it goes without saying that fans have had more than enough time to think about what they want out of the franchise’s latest release. Since 2018 is shaping up to be the year of bombastic sequels, our expectations are definitely high. While we’ve seen a bunch of beautiful trailers, it remains to be seen if Square Enix’s latest will address some of the shortcomings of its predecessors. Here are nine things we want from Kingdom Hearts 3.Kingdom Hearts 3’s release date is yet to be revealed, but we kn...more