First-person? In a city builder? It might sound strange, but there's nothing quite like getting your city humming along to a perfect, efficient rhythm and then having a leisurely look around. Now you can see all of Cities: Skylines' smallest details.
Today on Highlight Reel we have bumbling CounterSpy enemies, poor civic planning in Cities: Skylines, sad cats in GTA V and more!
Assassin's Creed Rogue was released in November 2014 and almost immediately forgotten. Which was a shame, since it was pretty good, but also understandable, since Unity was both louder and flashier. Well, the delayed PC release of Rogue is hoping to make up for that.
When Valve unveiled the first prong of their living room invasion, the Steam controller, it was unique, but also hella wonky. Since then, it's been through multiple revisions and overhauls. The result? Something not quite as good as a mouse-and-keyboard, but close.
Before you can understand one of the most popular Tomb Raider porn videos online, you need to know about a key scene in a recent Tomb Raider game.
Early in Valley of the Yetis, protagonist Ajay Ghale sees one of the mythical beasts for the first time. "What the fuck is that?" he asks. It's a yeti, Ajay. It's a yeti.
Traversing portals to solve puzzles split between two worlds, one black and white, the other white and black? Sounds like a simple enough concept to grasp in five minutes.
There are few games with more loyal followings than System Shock 2, Ken Levine's classic sci-fi horror game. System Shock Infinite, an ambitious fan mod, kicks into gear as the game ends.
Cities: Skylines is a game coming in hot. The People want a good city-building game to play, and it's been a long time since they got one. So there's a surprising amount of excitement and expectation for Colossal's attempt at fixing SimCity's mistakes.
Steam Greenlight is a mess. It's a system for bringing lesser-known games onto Valve's store that doesn't really help people who play games or make them. Two years ago, Valve said the plan was to kill it and replace it with something less broken. And yet, here it remains. So, what's next?
The biggest plot twist in Assassin’s Creed history is this: Assassin’s Creed Rogue, the least-hyped console game in the series, the one we had good reason to think would be bad, is...a very, very good game. It’s a must-play for any AC fan.
Why is one of these guys not wearing a black shirt and jeans? Who knows! But if you watch that latest episode of GameTrailers' Bonus Round (embedded below), you'll at least find out what Kinda Funny Games' Greg Miller, GameSpot's Danny O'Dwyer, Bonus Round host Geoff Keighley and I think about what virtual reality…
Pleasant. If I had to sum up Ori and the Blind Forest in one word, that would be it. The new Xbox One and PC platformer looks like a magnificently drawn kids' fantasy book sprung to life. It has the lush, magical aesthetic and inoffensive charm that gamers have come to accept—and expect—from indie games.
Valve does a lot of things right, but they also have a reputation for leaving fans in the dark. What's going on with Counter-Strike updates or Steam Greenlight's brokenness or Half-Life 3? We rarely find out until release day. This leads to fans who are confused at best, pissed at worst. Valve knows, and they agree…
Europa Universalis IV is a very good video game, but there are always ways to make it a little better. In this case, by adding some DLC that's not only poignant, but makes the game a little more realistic as well.
First, you upgrade your PC. Then, you fire up all the games that used to give your PC a hard time and obliterate them.
Some games have secret endings that people don't uncover until days, weeks, or even months after they've come out. Spider: Rite of the Shrouded Moon is trying to one-up them all. You won't be able to beat it unless the real moon—yes, the one in the sky—is glowing just right.
"Have you ever tried VR porn?" Vander Caballero asked me. The video game developer was trying to convince me of VR's potential to revolutionize intimacy. "Do you want to try it right now?"