The first Halo was chock full of memorable levels. Know what would’ve made them even more memorable? Goddamn dinosaurs.
Football Manager, a time-consuming game about running a football team, is very hands-on. It does, however, have a mode that lets you simulate seasons in case you want to skip a few. This is the tale of Lorf_Yimzo, who skipped a lot more than a few.
Let’s be real: Five Nights at Freddy’s games are not pretty. That’s part of the charm. Still, it’s something else to gaze upon a version of FNAF that shows us what the games could have looked like with modern graphics.
The second day of the biggest DOTA 2 tournament around, The International, was at a standstill for three hours today, thanks to an intense DDoS attack. The matches have since resumed.
A young woman steers a boat through old ruins, young boy in tow. She pulls up to the remains of a watchtower, hoping to find refuge. She carries her brother inside, and lays him down. He has a gash on his stomach. He might not make it.
Luke and Patrick have been playing a lot of Rocket League, one of the surprise hits of the year so far. Rather than have them fight it out to review the game, we figured it was best to just let them both do it.
This must be one of the coolest eSports arenas we’ve seen so far. Valve’s annual Dota 2 tournament The International kicked off yesterday and they’ve built a stage that fits the $18 million total prize money.
Tangiers is a stealth game like no other. Its art style is derived from dark surrealist landscapes, its levels alter and rebuild themselves based on how you play, and your weapons are pieces of dialogue that you snatch out of the air. It’s also set in “a parody of 1970s concrete Britain.”
You’re going to have to wait a little bit to play Metal Gear Online. Konami just announced that the PC version of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain will be coming out at the same time as the console versions. But Metal Gear Online apparently needs more time, and will come to consoles and PC in October and January…
The annual tournament for Valve’s popular online multiplayer game Dota 2 is just getting started, and this year the crowd-sourced prize pool is bigger than ever before. 16 teams will compete for prizes totaling $18 million over the next five days, with the first place team winning $6.4 million.
“I don’t want to set the world on fire,” the Ink Spots croon, but the truth is, I’ve just arrived outside Galaxy News Radio headquarters with every intention of detonating a nuclear warhead. When the Super Mutant Behemoth charges through the wreckage, bellowing, I’m ready. I take aim, then pull the trigger, letting…
Woah. Where did THAT come from, Life is Strange?
A game called Spooky’s House of Jump Scares seems self-explanatory, but it’s really not.
I never expected the world’s first Alaskan Native video game to come out with DLC. But Never Alone’s new add-on means more than just than just extra gameplay.
Yesterday, Deadline reported that Gil Kenan (Monster House, Poltergeist remake) was set to direct the Five Nights at Freddy’s movie. Since then, Kenan has been answering all sorts of questions on Twitter and Instagram—and these juicy details give us a better sense of what we can expect from the movie.
In the last half a year or so, we’ve gotten not one but two epic western fantasy RPGs in the form of Dragon Age: Inquisition and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. It’s only natural that we’d want to compare them.
A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of playing Upper One Games’ Never Alone, or Kisima Injitchuna. It was a relatively simple puzzle-platformer game that on the merits of gameplay doesn’t do anything too drastic from the norm. However, what the game did do incredibly well was teach me something new.