After the hubbub around The Evil Within’s PC requirements, Ubisoft has decided to step it up a notch with Assassin’s Creed Unity’s PC requirements. If anything, there is something very wrong with the predicted PC requirements of games of late…. Read More »
Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty is a cinematic platformer that follows the adventures of a Mudokon named Abe as he tries to escape from the plant he works on, and save as many of his fellow workers as he can along… Read More »
In a recent study dealing with online harassment and its impact on the people dealing with it by The Pew Research Center, 40% of internet users have been identified as victims of online harassment in some way or another. To be… Read More »
Civilization: Beyond Earth is a great game and has what it takes to keep you coming back for more, for now at least.
Mortal Kombat X fans will be pleased to know that Warner Bros. has announced a live-action series based on the game. Unfortunately that’s all they did. No particulars have been given about the series, such as name or date to… Read More »
State of the Game today is a rather simple topic, and that’s because, oddly enough, it’s about difficulty in games. Difficult games versus easy games is way too subjective and generalised a topic to argue for or against. What principles… Read More »
If you’ll recall, CD Projekt RED recently announced that the mysterious tease on The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt’s site, The Trail, was the opening cinematic to The Witcher 3. They then went on to say that we would get to… Read More »
When Bethesda initially announced the recommended PC requirements for The Evil Within, we suspected that shoddy or otherwise inefficient coding had something to do with the unusually heavy requirements, especially for a game using the id Tech 5 engine. It… Read More »
Mike Maulbeck has resigned from the development studio he co-owns after causing quite the Twitter outrage that escalated into a death threat against Gabe Newell. Yesterday, we published an article about a Code Avarice developer’s fit of rage on Twitter… Read More »
Hidden pop-cultural nuggets and other assorted Easter eggs are one thing, but if Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel’s secret boss Iwajira has taught us anything, it’s that The Pre-Sequel has taken to hiding its special bosses. That’s particularly the case for a… Read More »
Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is all the Borderlands you could want and more.
Platinum Games’ The Legend of Korra has launched, and is available for PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox One and Xbox 360. Based on the Avatar series as well as the titular character Korra, as is the nature of all Platinum Games,… Read More »