The last couple of months brought us three games that utilized capitalism as the villain in one way or another: Borderlands 3, The Outer Worlds, and Disco Elysium. These games tackle the idea in different ways — some more successful than others — but they suggest that the issue is at the forefront of a lot of people’s minds.
“” Paradox Interactive, the publisher behind Crusader Kings II, Stellaris, and other games you’ve probably spent way too much time playing, announced at GDC Thursday that it’ll be releasing Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines II, the sequel to the cult classic action game that debuted in 2004.”
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“Overwatch is rolling right into its third year after a sprawling anniversary event. It’s a reminder of all the skins and emotes that have slipped through your fingers, but also a lookback on all that the game has accomplished since its launch.”
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I sat down with Jens Matthies at this year’s Game Developers Conference to talk about how Wolfenstein manages its two seemingly contrasting characteristics and how he feels about the games being reduced to their most violent moments.
B.J. is half-Jewish, specifically. He’s the child of a Jewish mother and a Texan, anti-Semitic father. I got a kick out of this because, most of the time, people don’t realize I’m Jewish either.
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