Creative Assembly, the guys behind the Total War series—some of my favourite games—have along with publisher Sega tried something slightly different for their next release’s DLC. And it hasn’t gone down too well.
Today on Highlight Reel we have Just Cause 3 landings, fireworks, Jedi streaks, spartan rain and much more!
Fallout 4’s wasteland holds many secrets—and also many more not-so-secrets. Case in point: creepy-ass mannequins are goddamn everywhere.
In Rainbow Six Siege, the attacking team controls drones in addition to human operatives. But really, why use wimpy old human meatbags at all?
The crouch. One of humanity’s most basic movements. Humans have been crouching since they figured out that going to the bathroom standing up only worked half of the time, but in video games we sometimes need a little prompting.
In the 100+ hours I’ve played Fallout 4, I’ve been a pretty heroic dude. Well...with one exception.
If you’re proud of your little wooden shack with a turret or two and a landscape painting, you might not want to take a look at this.
When in doubt, throw your gun. Throw your gun and pray.
Rainbow Six Siege is out. As in, right now. I know, I was surprised too. But it’s actually a solid team-based shooter, and the ability to blow through walls and floors is a game-changer.
Last night, while wandering in Fallout 4, I heard something strange in the distance. A man on a megaphone was enthusiastically commentating a race. I’d never heard something like it before, so I had to take a closer look. To my surprise, I didn’t find a horse race, I found a robot race. A robot race! People were…
Some solid tips on movement and peeking angles. voo CSGO shows some of the mistakes new and even experienced players make a lot (strafing by using W too much for example) and how to fix them.
Released last year as a fan game for Rooster Teeth’s hit animated webseries, RWBY: Grimm Eclipse returns as an official four-player co-op action game on Steam Early Access, and it’s a blast.
It’s like Starship Troopers. Or Helm’s Deep. Only scarier.
The new Rainbow Six is out. It’s supposedly equal parts destructive and tactical. Let’s find out if it’s any good.
By default, Fallout 4’s faces are a little too stiff for many people’s liking. Naturally, modders took it upon themselves to fix that.
Game releases slow down as we near the end of the year—this is evident if you look at how short this list is compared to last month’s. Although that could also be attributed to the release of Fallout 4. In any case, there were still plenty of games we liked, such as...
It’s probably the perfect item to scare off guests from the living room. Modder Evie Bee built a replica of Portal 2’s AI companion that moves and sounds just as annoying as the original one.
Fallout 4’s armor situation is a bit confusing. I’m not talking about Power Armor here—I’m talking about the more everyday stuff your character can wear to keep him or her safe from the hazards of the wastes.
“U-S-A! U-S-A! U-S-A!” chanted the crowd at the IEM San Jose Counter-Strike tournament. It was an echoing roar that persisted during games, while players were speaking on stage, and sometimes even in the halls.
Just Cause 3 does one thing really well, and a lot of other things poorly. The thing it does well can be extremely cool. Shame about all those other things, though.