Damn. Just... damn.
When the credits rolled on SOMA, my head fell into my hands. I felt relief that the harrowing journey was over, and was reeling at what my character had sacrificed along the way. SOMA is not just a horror game, it’s a nightmarish commentary on the possible future of humanity.
They haven’t even made it out of the Vault yet.
Its name is Bedlam, and it will probably kick your ass. In a good way, mostly.
The main character of In Between isn’t going to live much longer. The only thing left is to make sense of it all.
Here’s a weird thing. The PC version of Metal Gear Solid V, a Konami game running on the Fox Engine, looks great! The PC version of Pro Evolution Soccer 2016, also a Konami game running on the Fox Engine, is the worst.
This is André Schürrle. He’s a very, very good footballer. A lot of people would recognise him as a star for both Wolfsburg and the World Champion German national team. This German web TV host, however, did not.
There’s new DLC coming for everybody’s favorite car soccer game and the add-on will give a nod to Rocket League’s obscure predecessor.
Like the thousands upon thousands of games it hosts, Steam has secrets.
Against all odds, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II, a decade-old game, keeps getting official updates.
The next game from the creator of Braid will be out on January 26, 2016. Even the repeated numbers of the release date (0126•2016) are like a puzzle.
One of the biggest secrets in Metal Gear Solid V may not actually be possible—but that’s not stopping players from coming together and trying to achieve it anyway.
The bomb. Counter-Strike matches revolve around it. Suddenly, it’s different, and that changes a lot of things.
Undertale made me grin until my face hurt. Then it broke my heart. And that was just the prologue.
Now I really want a Fallout horror game.
Holy shit. Some of the stuff hidden inside Metal Gear Solid V is ridiculous.
As I type this, a computer is simulating the biggest and most destructive conflict Civilization V has ever seen. Over 60 factions are currently waging war, and the world they’re leaving in their wake is a...weird one.
I could watch an entire show in this style—it’s so good!