There are two endings in Dark Souls. It’s not clear whether one is good or bad—they’re just endings. Or maybe not! According to a player who’d dug around in the code, From Software actually knows which ending is the “good” one.”
Steam is finally getting a proper refund system. Starting today, users of Valve’s PC platform will be able to get a full refund on any game for any reason, provided it’s been less than 14 days since purchase and they’ve spent less than two hours playing.
If you’ve never played Football Manager, everything you’re about to read will sound absolutely crazy. If you have, well, it’ll just make sense.
Panzer Corps is one of the best—and most underrated—strategy games available on the PC. Thing is, it’s a bit old-fashioned. Order of Battle: Pacific is what you get when a studio takes the same basic premise and makes it a little bit more 2015.
If you play a game long enough, you start to be able to predict it. Thirty hours in, The Witcher 3’s still got me stumped.
Here’s what I know about Moonrise. It’s bright. It lets you collect and battle monters. And people keep comparing it to Pokémon—except on PC.
This bullet point comes from newly released steampunk FPS Avenging Angel. The game looks alright, but oh god the pun hurts. It hurrrrrrrts.
Do I really have to do this? Fine. Let’s get it over with. Mind the foul language and overall lack of enthusiasm.
How much delight can one pack into five minutes? Watch and learn.
IGN has the first details on XCOM 2, the secretive project 2K Games has been teasing for a little while now. It’s coming to PC, Mac, and Linux in November. Nothing for consoles, at least not yet.
A couple weeks ago I reported on Umbra, a game that wants to be the unholy demon baby of Skyrim and Diablo. Does it succeed? I got my hands on a demo, so let’s find out.
It’s also very, very pretty.
There are a lot of big things that I like about The Witcher 3. But this game is full of charming moments and cool little details, too.
Chip’s Challenge 2 was finished more than 20 years ago. And yet, it didn’t come out until today. What the hell happened?
One step forward, one step back. As CD Projekt RED rushes to patch the ambitious Witcher 3, it’s also introducing new glitches. Right now, there’s one preventing players from gaining experience points when finishing quests six levels higher than what the game recommends.
I nearly gave up on Far Cry 4. I recently recovered from that mistake.
If you’ve had a hard time tamping down your excitement for the next Batman game, this probably isn’t going to help.
On today’s episode of Highlight Reel (back from our short vacation!) we have legless zombies, fast car crashes, headless peasants, and more Witcher clips than you can shake a stick at.
The idea of a horror game narrated by Sean Bean might sound schlocky, but Kholat looks good.