I have once again returned to an Assassin’s Creed game and found great things. Specifically, I have learned a lot about open-world video games, how Ubisoft makes them, and why I love them so much. I must show you.
The Dark Souls games are praised for their gameplay, but the complex lore is nearly as good. Most players rely on experts to explain what’s going on, and VaatiVidya is the most well-known story scholar around. At the moment, however, he’s embroiled in a nasty plagiarism scandal.
The sizable expansion to one of last year’s best puzzle games, The Talos Principle, is arrives on July 23, the developer revealed today. It’s divided into four episodes and tells the story of a completely different society within the game’s bizarre complex.
Family Man looks like it’s gonna get really dark really fast—depending on how you play it.
No more obnoxious switching.
I only stopped playing Rocket League to write this article, and man am I ever itching to get back to it.
I gotta say, CD Projekt Red is killing it with all the free stuff they keep adding to The Witcher 3.
The opening moments of Skobbejak Games’ first-person horror game Vapour are alot like being seated next to a chatty person on an airplane, only with more flames and dead bodies.
For years, No Mutants Allowed, a news site and message board, hung in a happy obscurity. It’s the largest Fallout fansite on the internet and was founded back in the late ‘90s under the shadow of the first two games in the franchise.
It’s almost the Fourth of July, so why not?
On today’s episode of Highlight Reel we have car problems, horrifying Witcher horses, terrifying Metro moments and much more!
I’ve been thinking a lot about Rage lately. Last week, I dove back in. Minutes became hours, and I soon realized I was having a blast. When I was finally done, I had to ask: why doesn’t Rage get the love it deserves?
“I actually tried to fight in armor myself,” the game developer Daniel Vávra said. We were in the middle of a demonstration of his game in progress, Kingdom Come: Deliverance, which is nothing less than an attempt to make a no-magic, realistic answer to the epic role-playing game Skyrim—set in a historically accurate…
Steam reviews...Steam reviews never change. And that’s good, because Steam reviews are damn hilarious—especially the ones for Fallout 3.
The next big Team Fortress 2 update is almost here, and it’s a doozy. Players can’t decide if they love it or hate it.
Ronin has style, a lot of style. From the first moment you control your character you know you are about to do some serious stylish kills, I mean, it’s called Ronin, which in japan is a term used to describe wandering Samurai that had no master.
Both as a test of their skills and an exercise in fanservice, a small group called Zombie Games has recreated an entire level of PS2 shooter Killzone in the Source Engine on PC.
In the first five minutes of Zachtronics’ Infinifactory you’re abducted, scanned, fitted with a red jumpsuit, nearly sucked out of an airlock and introduced at length to your new alien overlords. Then the real fun begins.