About Eric Switzer
Eric Switzer is Features Editor that specializes in Pokemon, VR, and tech coverage. He is also the host of TheGamer Podcast, now entering its second year. Eric loves board games, fan conventions, new technology, and his sweet sweet kitties Bruce and Babs. Favorite games include Destiny 2, Kingdom Hearts, Super Metroid, and Prey...but mostly Prey. His favorite Pokémon is Umbreon.
The PlayStation Showcase was full of a lot of great games, but not many PlayStation exclusives.
The Snake Eater remake is definitely off to a good start because no one can figure out what the hell is going on.
Resurrecting Cayde-6 undermines the impact his death had on Destiny 2, but I'm not sure that's a bad thing.
Destiny 2's fishing isn't much, but it's an important routine for any thriving MMO.
Destiny's seasonal content feels threadbare these days, but maybe I'm expecting too much.
If you're willing to give up the rights to your user date and install a permanent billboard in your home, you can have a pretty lousy TV for free.
Narrowing it down to just six nominees this year will be almost impossible, but how long can the list get?
Tears of the Kingdom's puzzles aren't designed games the way we're used to, and it's going to take a while to understand the impact it will have.
The Pokemon Unite community has plenty of reasons to be upset, but the reason they've decided to boycott is surprising.
If players are telling the PlayStation boss that waiting three years for PC ports is okay, then he's talking to the wrong players.
Navigating the sky islands in Tears of the Kingdom takes careful planning and determination.
The only value of remaking Snake Eater is in exploring the ways it can further move the stealth genre forward.
There's a great Resident Evil reference in Tears of the Kingdom, but not the Resident Evil you're thinking of.
Upgrading your Energy Cell in Tears of the Kingdom requires an absurd amount of grinding in the Depths.
Tears of the Kingdom lets you go wherever you want, but there's a certain order you're meant to do things.
Overwatch 2 scrapped PVE mode has people wondering why the sequel was even necessary, but Overwatch 2 was never about the co-op campaign.
You can save 90% on BioWare's best games, but only if you've never played any of them.