Ryan Potts

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Guide :: Cities Skylines: An In-Depth Beginner's Guide & Walkthrough

Introduction<p>The purpose of this guide, or more accurately walkthrough, is to show our newer players and those without years of experience playing …

Guide :: Traffic Planning Guide for Realistic Cities

About<p><i>This guide is originally written by Tulip In the Eye. Translated with his permission. Kazumi also helped with translation.</i><p>I am a student in …

Guide :: Avoiding grids - Tips and tricks to create more natural cities

Introduction<p>In this guide I will explain some concepts to help you avoid building cities with only grids, by using a more natural approach.<p>I will …

The Road to Tomorrow

In the beginning there was a single road connection.<p>The city of Dolhesh begins its life as a simple grid. Starting from the existing highway …

Teleport all you want, Destiny players. The grenade will still kill you

The first Mythbuster video for <i>Destiny</i> was great, and the follow-up includes even more interesting details about what does and doesn't work in the game. Video games are just a bundle of interacting systems, and this sort of video works at the the edges of those systems to find what's permissible and …

Why I'm Glad 'Assassin's Creed: Unity' Will Run At 900p

Recently, Ubisoft revealed what for some was some disappointing news: it’s new Xbox One and PS4 exclusive, Assassin’s Creed: Unity, was (probably) going to run at 900p on both devices, falling short of what many consider the gold standard for modern games. There was a big question about whether or …

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel - Eurogamer Let's Play LIVE

'Titanfall' Is The First 'Must-Have' Game For Xbox One

I haven’t been excited to turn on my Xbox One in quite a while—not since launch day, really, when I first played through some of the system’s launch titles like <i>Ryse: Son of Rome</i> and <i>Dead Rising 3</i>.<p>For the past three months, there simply hasn’t been much of a reason to use Microsoft’s new video game …

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Five Hurdles The Steam Machine Has To Overcome

It seems that iBuyPower’s Steam Machine will be the first to market, priced at $500, sized between an Xbox One and PS4 and reportedly close to outperforming both. Many are celebrating the arrival of Steam Machines as a way for the console market to open up past the usual big three, but in a way …

The Way Forward For EA And Battlefield

I’m not quite sure why it took so long, but suddenly, it’s official: Battlefield 4 is bad. Mike Futter (of Game Informer) and Ben Kuchera (now of Polygon) have both come out with opinion pieces in the last few days about how much of a disaster the launch of Battlefield 4 has been, and how both DICE …

The Ten Commandments Of Microtransactions

We’re entering a new era of gaming with the debut of the PS4 and Xbox One, and with it comes some unforeseen developments. Everyone knew we’d be getting bigger, better games, but there’s one feature that’s being slid into nearly every new game released these days, …

Xbox Live bans users from Skype and Upload. But why?

A slew of Xbox One users have claimed that they've been banned from the Skype and Upload Studios apps on Xbox One supposedly due to nothing more than …

The technology of Killzone Shadow Fall

It was an irresistible opportunity. Just before the launch of Killzone Shadow Fall, Guerrilla Games offered us the chance to visit its Amsterdam …

At Launch, Xbox One Has A Games Advantage

As a rule, launch games are terrible. Most consoles meet the market with little more than a few lackluster placeholders and the hope that enough early adopters will sign on to get the company moving towards fatter days. Sony's PS4, unfortunately, was no exception to this rule, launching with the …

Joystiq Remembers: Some of our best Xbox 360 Memories

'Need for Speed: Rivals' Review: The Thin Blue Line

<i>“If everything seems under control, you’re not going fast enough.”</i><p><i>― Mario Andretti</i><p>The world of video game automotive racing has two camps. One is made up of the likes of Forza and Gran Turismo, where the graphics are so real you may accidentally try to stroke your television thinking you’ll touch …

'Dead Rising 3' Review: Zombie Disco (Xbox One)

<i>‘Dead Rising 3′ is a competent, silly open-world zombie game that’s worth playing if you plan to buy an Xbox One.</i><p><i>Dead Rising 3</i> is a silly, bloody, zombie-slaughtering gore-fest of a game developed by Capcom Vancouver and published by Microsoft as an Xbox One exclusive.<p>Don’t worry about the plot; …

How To Avoid That Sinking Feeling When You Unwrap A Next-Gen Console

So, that’s it. As of today, the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One are both technically out, although they’re widely unavailable unless you had the foresight to submit a preorder many moons ago.<p>Ironically, those who didn’t prepare, and who are now being forced to wait, may actually be in the stronger …

Over 1 Million 'Xbox One' Units Sold In First 24 Hours

Microsoft has sold over 1 million Xbox One units in the next-gen console’s first 24 hours according to the company.<p>“We are humbled and grateful for the excitement of Xbox fans around the world,” said Yusuf Mehdi, Corporate Vice President of Marketing and Strategy, Xbox. “Seeing thousands of excited …

'Knack' Review

The next-generation of console gaming is upon us, though you wouldn’t know it by looking at this game. Knack is a magic title, capable of transporting you back to the bargain bins of the early 2000s, where the disappointing and justifiably obscure game experiences are somehow rendered in a …