Category:  PC

By , July 23, 2014, @ 10:00 am 1 News, PC, PS, Xbox

With the most recent series of Dragon Age: Inquisition gameplay videos, it’s safe to say that we’re pretty excited by what we’ve seen so far. Sure, a few concerning little foibles have caught our attention, but they’re not elements we… Read More »

By , July 23, 2014, @ 9:00 am 1 News, PC, Video

Just like the 2K publisher bundle before it, this Humble Square Enix Bundle is jam packed with titles published by Square Enix, and we mean jam-packed. There are so many titles on offer, in fact, that we’d suggest you either… Read More »

By , July 23, 2014, @ 8:00 am 2 News, PC, PS, Xbox

A couple of months back, you may recall that legendary game composer Marty O’Donnell was let go by video game developers Bungie after a long stretch at the company. The announcement came from O’Donnell himself through the use of a… Read More »

By , July 22, 2014, @ 3:00 pm 1 News, Nintendo, PC, PS, Xbox

Britain is scrapping legal enforcement of online media piracy. Starting next year, file-sharers will receive warnings about their illegal activity, yet no further actions will be taken. Britain will me implementing a new scheme named Voluntary Copyright Alert Programme (VCAP)… Read More »

By , July 22, 2014, @ 1:30 pm 1 News, PC, Tech

In spite of having recently acquired Raknet and its networking technology, all eyes are on a rather different Oculus related company acquisition, Facebook’s acquirement of Oculus itself. That’s because the proposed $2 billion purchase of the kings of virtual reality… Read More »

By , July 22, 2014, @ 9:00 am 1 News, PC, Retro, Video

There’s something about beautiful aesthetics and gaming that go hand in hand. For one, it’s one of the few mediums where something doesn’t have to look brand new (or indeed like anything what came before it) in order to be… Read More »


Review: Whispering Willows (PC)

Whispering Willows
By , July 21, 2014 @ 3:30 pm 0 , ,

There’s definite potential here, but a nagging feeling that something is lacking detracts from the experience.

By , July 21, 2014, @ 2:30 pm 1 News, PC, Video

If you are one of those weirdos who likes to feel afraid, then this is the game for you. Acid Wizard Studio released a new interactive trailer for their successfully crowd funded top-down horror, Darkwood, and it’s very creepy. The… Read More »

By , July 21, 2014, @ 1:30 pm 0 News, PC, PS, Xbox

If the reactions of those who got to see Doom’s reveal at this weekend’s Quakecon 2014 are to be believed, Doom promises to be something else. After all, it’s Doom! If you know anything about id, it’s that they very… Read More »

By , July 21, 2014, @ 12:30 pm 1 News, Nintendo, PC, PS, Screenshots, Video, Xbox

Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty’s creator and lead developer, Lorne Lanning, has made it clear on a number of occasions that this latest outing into Abe’s Odyssey is not just another HD remake. Instead, it uses the original title only as… Read More »

By , July 21, 2014, @ 10:00 am 4 News, PC, PS, Video, Xbox

While it’s not immediately clear what you’re looking at, at least at first; Cubehamster’s creation is a marvel of invention and ingenuity. This mechanical marvel is the Minecraft creation to end all Minecraft creations, and has enough firepower to quite… Read More »

By , July 21, 2014, @ 8:00 am 3 News, PC, PS, Video, Xbox

Rainbow Six: Siege was one of the more pleasant surprises of this year’s E3. While the cancellation of the single-player focused Patriots to make way for the multiplayer focused Siege may have been a bit of a sore point for… Read More »