Besiege is a devilishly simple, physics-based building game. You can create machines of destruction with ease.
Recently a bunch of people stumbled across a mysterious Steam account that's part of nearly 200,000 groups. It's level zero and has only one friend. It's the strangest goddamn thing. It's also a little creepy, if I'm being honest.
Like Nathan, I played a good four or five hours of The Witcher 3 the other week, and like him, I’ve been oddly preoccupied by it ever since.
Max isn’t a stereotypical outcast teenager; she’s a rather quiet, intelligent girl, just trying to get by. Also, she can rewind time at will.
I do not like the implications of Skyrim's craftable followers/NPCs mod. Not one bit. You can create life—give birth to fully formed adult wooden children—and then marry them if you so please. I can't believe I even need to say this, but don't marry your wooden children, people.
It's common to think of structural considerations like physics simulations in games like Gravity Ghost. They send you spnning around little planets, after all. But in Erin Robinson's new game, the physics don't feel like physics. They feel like emotions.
I wasn’t expecting to enjoy Nosgoth. In all honesty I only loaded up the beta because it was free and my love for Soul Reaver is strong.
But what does it take to create a robot dragon in Kerbal Space Program, a game centered around building space rockets? Patience, time, and lots of trial and error, apparently.
Now that Grim Fandango has a remastered edition, what better time to sit back, relax, and solve a few puzzles with Manny Calavera?
Kitty0706 was a popular YouTuber who made funny videos for nearly a decade. He spent two of those years battling leukemia. Recently he passed away, leaving a community heartbroken. But they haven't forgotten the laughter he gave them. They never want to forget that.
"Eh, it was a video game," I flippantly told a friend shortly after I got back from a recent Witcher 3: Wild Hunt preview event in San Francisco. "I don't know. It was alright, I guess."
1,158 players. 5,089 vehicles destroyed. 53,729 kills. Big numbers, is what I'm saying.
Recently, substantial evidence came to light that a number of pro players had been involved in a huge Counter-Strike: Global Offensive match-fixing/gambling scandal. Valve took their time investigating, but now they've finally decided to bring the hammer down. Hard.
Another teaser for Five Nights at Freddy's 3 has landed, and this one gives us a look at what the game will look like in motion—and the animatronics you'll be screaming at once more. Looks like this one will be focusing on Golden Freddy.
If the last couple of years didn't make it clear, Steam players sure love their survival games.
If Microsoft is serious about PC games, Xbox One should be the real Steam Machine. Here's some interesting reading from VG247 on how Valve's living room centric Steam Machine plot failed, and how Microsoft—fresh off a years-long stint of pretending PC gaming doesn't exist—could partner with Steam and pick up where…
Despite practically being PC gaming, Steam is by no means perfect—as we've discussed on numerous occasions. But is the whole enterprise busted, not so much a sinking ship as it is a ship that's sinking a lot of great games? Popular YouTuber NerdCubed thinks so, and that's why he's abandoning Steam altogether.
When a game features catgirls, it's probably not surprising to hear that people are reacting to it in funny ways. Especially since, in this case, the catgirl game is of the 'sexy' variety.
Ninjas in Pyjamas—aka NiP—came so close to pulling off a massive upset and winning last year's Dream Hack Winter finals that it hurt. But the stinging taste of defeat eventually fades, and I imagine having a rad (though weirdly spooky) mansion to train out of doesn't hurt.