The Steam summer sale Monster Game had thousands of players glued to their seats for a couple weeks. Then it disappeared. Diehard fans, however, are bringing it back.
Steam’s hottest game has no built-in way to stop jerks from ruining your fun...which means that players have to get creative if they want to maintain the peace.
You can’t buy Batman: Arkham Knight for the PC right now. Warner Bros. pulled it from digital and physical shelves last week, after players found that the PC version had critical performance issues. From what sources tell Kotaku, however, this shouldn’t have been a surprise for Warner Bros.
Would that more Steam groups had such noble goals.
With all the world building and character introductions out of the way, it’s finally time to reveal some mysteries and get the adventure on its way.
Random thug number 127 managed to defeat the goddamn Batman. I’m pretty sure that qualifies him for super villain status.
The Predator DLC may not be out for Mortal Kombat X just yet, but you can already see what one of his devastating finishing moves will be.
I’m trying to write my initial Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward expansion MMO log in such a way as to minimize my time away from Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward. This is a good sign.
The PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight is a bit of a mess at the moment, but it’s also the only version with a mod that allows you to swap between any playable character in free roam with the push of a button.
I suppose it was inevitable, wasn’t it?
Tales from the Borderlands episode three is out, and it’s good. Really good.
I stayed perfectly still after they chased me into the air vent. I hadn’t heard anything for several minutes. Surely they’d left by now. Crawling out of my hiding spot, I found myself face to face with one of my pursuers. He hadn’t moved. He started shouting, but he remained locked in place, unable to move at all. …
It’s nearly the weekend, y’all. Grab some coffee—or a beer!—and snuggle up with the games writing from the past week ‘n change. (We skipped an installment because of E3. Sorry about that.)
Yesterday, Apple pulled a number of games that contained the U.S. Confederate flag from the app store without warning. Today, one of those games is highlighted on Steam’s front page—and players are rallying around it.
It seems like everywhere you look, a new video game is broken. Your time and your money deserve better.
Portal Stories: Mel was not made by Valve, but it’s probably the closest thing we’ll get to Portal 3 for a while.
Prevailing wisdom says that if you delay the PC version of a major game, PC gamers get mad. Really mad.
Well I’ll be. The scheme to get Fallout 4 using only bottlecaps actually worked!