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Overwatch agents are making unexpected appearances around the world

Seemingly popping up overnight, this giant display found outside the Hollywood Highland mall depicts an action figure of Overwatch's well known scout Tracer.It seems Blizzard put the word out in a recent post on Twitter regarding a few of Overwatch's agents activating around the world.

Overwatch Review: Believe the Hype

Since it's announcement, Overwatch has been followed with an almost unbelievable amount of hype -- which can be a dangerous thing for a new IP.For a game just launching, Overwatch already has a ton of content.

Younger Audiences don't know about WW1 according to EA

Did World War 1 ever happen?According to EA, some people don't even know about it.

What Happened to Perfect Dark?

It was also considered necessary to attempt to avoid Joanna Dark's younger version in Perfect Dark Zero, as she was essentially fairly sensitive and naive.Blonde, a character from the original Perfect Dark who disguises himself as a man, but is actually an extraterrestrial known as a Skedar.

Cat Girl Without Salad: Amuse-Bouche Review: The Myth, The Legend, The Living Joke

Then there are games like Cat Girl Without Salad: Amuse-Bouche, which started life as an April Fools joke.The impossibly complicated screenshot was nothing more than a joke, but nonetheless, people began clambering for a real version of Cat Girl Without Salad.

Anew: The Distant Light -- An Intriguing 2D Adventure From Industry Veterans Coming To Kickstarter

According to the game's official Kickstarter page.If you're curious about the soundtrack, you can here one of the game's tracks by clicking here.

For Honor or Sniper Elite 4: Which of This Week's Games Should You Get?

The Sniper Elite series has something of a checkered history.If you're expecting a high-octane rush of explosions and set pieces à la Call of Duty, then it won't be for you.

Retrowatch: Wolfenstein 3D - The Granddaddy of FPS's

Today we are going to take a look at the granddaddy (at least one of them) of the FPS genre, Wolfenstein 3D.If you are looking for a title with a story you can get absorbed in, then Wolfenstein 3D may not be what you are looking for.

Anew: The Distant Light Adds New Stretch Goal to Kickstarter; Includes Potential Switch Port

With nearly 99% funding (at time of writing) and only a few days left to go, the first stretch goal for Anew has been added to its campaign page.The stretch goal is for $35,000, surpassing the funding goal by $5,000, and includes (but is not limited to) expanded localization, speed run features, minigames, a new area as well as a new mechanic, boss, weapon, vehicle, and last but not least, "Nintendo Switch feasibility research".

11 Best Video Game Bromances

Since the conception of the term "bromance," we've seen more and more examples of this type of friendship in all forms of pop-culture.We've had movies (mostly comedies) portraying this inseparable bond between buddies but (all alliteration aside), video games have used many bromances in their own stories, Here are STG's 11 Best Video game Bromances, bro.

Retrowatch: Wolfenstein: Spear of Destiny - Another Helping of Classic Nazi Shooting

For the release of "Spear of Destiny" on both Steam and GOG.The plot to "Spear of Destiny" takes place before the events of the original game.

Indiewatch: Gunman Taco Truck - Become a Post Apocalyptic Taco Master

In order for a game to be covered on Indiewatch, it must fit into the following criteria: This week we are taking a look at the post-apocalyptic roguelike action game, Gunman Taco Truck.And that is pretty much the plot for Gunman Taco Truck.

3 Indie Shooters with Amazingly Accurate Weapons

As such, shooters are some of my favorite games and have been since I was a kid.And today, shooters, particularly first-person shooters, are possibly the most popular game genre in the world.

Retrowatch: Quake -- The Game That Gave Us So Much

Despite that, the game's combat is still fast and furious and overall, it is a satisfying experience.Much like the rest of Id Software's games, Quake too had varying difficulties that catered to all players.

DYSTORIA Review: Stick With What Works on the Grid

Developed and published by Tri-Coastal games, DYSTORIA boasts “mind-blowing sci-fi imagery and 360-degrees [of] gameplay."  While I’m not sure if I’d go that far, DYSTORIA does have a fascinating sense of style that makes it a blast to play for at least a couple of hours.

Retrowatch: Quake: Scourge of Armagon - Another helping of Ultra-Fast Action

Welcome to another edition of Retrowatch, a weekly series where we take a look at a good game from years long past.This week we are taking a look the expansion of Id Software's Quake, Mission Pack 1 Scourge of Armagon.

8 Star Wars Expanded Universe Novels That Should Be Cannonized by Video Games

With Star Wars officially canonizing expanded universe characters like Grand Admiral Thrawn and Revan, there are still some novels who deserve recognition in cannon gaming.Nothing says classic Star Wars novels like Vector Prime.

6 Mods for the Original Battlefront II Keeping the Game Alive

The ingenuity of the modding community always finds ways to improve the games so which games are keeping the original Battlefront II alive a decade after release?For as well as other mods do in adding assets to the game, this one does an excellent job in re-texturing the actual game into one that could rival the current Battlefront game.

Retrowatch: Quake: Dissolution of Eternity - A Final Helping of Classic Quake

This week we're taking a final trip to the original Quake with the second expansion, Dissolution of Eternity.You can expect to find the same old-school fast-paced action of the original game along with the first expansion in Dissolution of Eternity.