Seemingly dishing out interviews left, right and center over the last few days, Todd Howard went on record to say that Bethesda's most recent titles are still bringing in big numbers.
With three distanced weekends of Final Fantasy XIV goodness now behind us, it's time to reflect on every main sliver of information that dropped out of the weekend's curtain call event.
Maybe spilling his mouth a little too soon, Todd Howard has recently let numerous publications know that Bethesda Game Studios has around 7 projects currently in the works.
Wrapping up with a final event in Frankfurt, Germany, it's time for the last major set of announcements regarding Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood.
Writing up so many news stories per day, it's hard to imagine there's anyone out there with no games to play over any given period of their free time. There's too many, they're too cheap too often and they're usually pretty good. But if you're still in need of something new to play, there's two major sales going down this weekend.
It's difficult to believe we would see a HITMAN: The Second Season reveal so soon after the finale of the first, but someone over on NeoGAF claims to have found conclusive evidence of its existence.
If you're into reading 11-page documents of business big-wigs talking financials, then do we have the goods for you! It's time for publishers to relish in the cash we threw at them over the holiday period and that's a time for data and statistical analysis we can all enjoy.
Is there a time when Humble Bundle isn't offering a lot for a little price? Not lately. Their latest stint is a large-scale Star Wars bundle that even includes the new release of an old classic.
Landing just 3 days before the first anniversary of the main game, NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM 4 just got its long-awaited expansion pack.
We've been sat here wondering when news of the next 'season' of HITMAN would begin, but with a new bonus mission now out for the current one, our expectations are all over the floor.