The American pro Dota 2 team Evil Geniuses won the game’s biggest eSports event ever this past weekend, taking home $6.6 million as a reward. What’s really cool about their victory is how, specifically, they accomplished it. It all came down to one awesome and highly improbable play.
The latest SimCity was a total mess. It did have a few good ideas, though. Now one of them is getting its own game.
It’s looking to be a good year for horror fans, and I cannot wait to play Stasis when it comes out for PCs on August 31. Yes, I would like a scary-as-hell point-and-click adventure game.
The U.S. team Evil Geniuses won on Dota 2’s biggest stage last night, earning a $6.6 million prize and becoming the first American squad to win the International tournament.
Dissatisfied with the gameplay of the PC version of GTA Online, a group of modders built a service that let them host custom multiplayer variants. Now, they’re finding themselves permanently blocked from playing Grand Theft Auto V and other games published by GTA maker Rockstar.
Pontus Olofsson works as an artist at Paradox Interactive, where he most recently did some stuff for Magicka: Wizard Wars.
When Hoosker Don’t crashed his bike playing GTA V, he probably figured—as the opening seconds of this video suggest—that he’d just get up and get another vehicle. No big deal. Oh, how wrong he was.
Journey of the Light was billed as “one of the hardest games on Steam.” Turns out, its first level was unbeatable and the rest were nowhere to be found.
Games of Dota 2 are usually played with two teams of five. So what happens if you double that number? A lot of things, most of them involving killing and/or dying.
I would very much like to play this version of Skyrim.
What happens when three friends decide to run an actual full-on marathon inside of GTA V? This video by Berdu, that’s what.
Years ago, Fallout fans discovered that it was possible to escape the opening area of Fallout 3 at the start of the game, thus allowing players to go through a game as a baby. It was a fun trick, sure, but it seemed untenable for an entire game...until now.
Oh hi, AER. We first wrote about the game a couple of years back. It’s come a long way since. It’ll be out next year on PC, PS4, Xbox One and Mac.
Chop, no! What have they done to you! Some other classic shows and their openings already have GTA V versions, made with the Rockstar Editor and Director Mode, and thanks to YouTuber btz now Scooby-Doo has one too.
Steam-style survival with traces of No Man’s Sky? Interesting! Also, familiar.
Devil’s Share is a new Steam game that has, in the span of five days, racked up 454 reviews. Most of these are negative. And yet! The game is currently selling for less than a dollar. How bad could it be?
Man, hide-and-seek has gotten daaaaaark.