Above, via Kotaku reader SilentAssassn87, a lovely little dig from the developers of The Witcher 3, CD Projekt Red, who are quite critical of the restrictive anti-piracy method known as Digital Rights Management (DRM).
I’m not an expert or anything, but I’m pretty sure sex isn’t supposed to work this way. (NSFW warning!)
Half-Life is one of the greatest games of all time, but it’s missing something. Obviously, that something is hamfisted advertising for Taco Bell.
Call of Duty is not supposed to be good, so the idea goes, especially not Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. The sixth Call of Duty has been described as a jingoistic mess, a Michael Bay-esque cacophony of nonsensical story bits, a mere shooter that couldn’t—shouldn’t—try to be anything more. “It’s Call of Duty” has…
The developers of StandPoint were surprised to wake up on Monday and discover their game was being sold for $1 on a flash deal site. They’ve tried to end their publishing contract for months, alleging they haven’t been paid. Suddenly, that same company was apparently trying to cash-in.
Does the magic of Apple’s 2013 iPad Game of the Year carry over into its PC and console port? We’ll know in five minutes.
I...just...holy shit. Look. This dude is literally on fire.
The Witcher 3 is a really big game. This is known. Still, I’m not sure everyone grasps just how massive it is. I sure didn’t.
Invisible, Inc. is a game that is all about secrecy and hacking. Fitting, then, that one of its achievements can only be nabbed if players mess around with the game’s files.
Angela Burnes left Baltimore in 1972 looking for freedom. Things would be different in Latin America, she thought. They had to be. But the main character of Sunset quickly finds herself trapped in a country torn apart by civil war. Can doing chores for a rich man help her tear down a military coup? Should she?
Well, except maybe Geralt, but you can’t stage a massive battle between 20 bears and 20 cyclopes without breaking a few Witchers.
Over the weekend, Gking19 posted the results of an interesting experiment: tracking the movement of the mouse through their favourite video games.
The nuke sirens go off and you’ve got one minute to grab your family and everything they’ll need to survive a ‘50s style fallout shelter. What do you do?
There are lots of first-person games, but how many of the characters are blind? Perception, a new horror game from some ex-BioShock and Dead Space developers, is using that as its hook.
Should I care about Neon Struct? Absolutely. What it lacks in complexity, it makes up for with pure stealthy satisfaction. It’s the original Deus Ex meets the original Thief. I’ve been wanting to play another stealth game like this for years.
The weekend is close, which means it’s time for another installment in Worth Reading, our weekly round up of the best games writing from the past week.
This series sure has come a long way since this early prototype from 2002.
Back in the day, the original Carmageddon garnered quite a bit of controversy for its gory brand of pedestrian slaughter. Years later, it’s back. But is it good? Watch me play it below.
It’s easy to rack up money in The Witcher 3 by slaughtering hundreds and hundreds of bovine.