The Vive, Valve and HTC’s VR headset collaboration, will be out in April 2016. Like, for consumers to actually buy.
The good news: Final Fantasy VI will be out on Steam next week, publisher Square Enix just announced. The bad news: It’s hideous.
Mod-master MrVicho13 basically took the entire N64 Yoshi Valley course from Mario Kart 8 and dropped it into Grand Theft Auto V, because he could.
A pair of Assassin’s Creed sidescrollers set in 19th century India and early 20th century Russia will be released on January 12 and February 9, respectively, according to a Ubisoft press release, months after the publisher had all but stopped talking about them.
It’s the talk of the Internet: a big Steam “leak” just dropped, and people are saying it “confirms” things like PC ports of Everybody’s Gone To The Rapture and Journey. Oh, and some little game called Half-Life 3. There is, however, reason to be skeptical.
While messing around with a save game trying to take some nice screenshots, yttriumtyclief stumbled upon a perspective that looked...familiar.
My favorite Just Cause 3 moment so far. In a mere 23 seconds, I soared gloriously, crashed hilariously, and encountered a man who looked like Luigi from Super Mario Bros. After scrutinizing the bag of broken bones before him, he blurted, “Rico! I have your old race car tattooed on my back!” and casually strolled away.
At face value, Far Cry Primal looks like an easy diversion for Ubisoft to take from its main line of militaristic shooters—a side project full of vicious animals instead of rifles and rocket launchers. I’d argue it’s something more than that. Primal is the apotheosis of the series’ post-Far Cry 2 design trends.
Players are diving into Fallout 4’s files, and what they’re finding is actually pretty damn cool. First, there was that cool harpoon weapon that never made it into the game. Now someone has found files that shed light on a different ending for Fallout 4.
Hearts of Card is a mod for The Witcher 3. When active, it lets you walk up to an enemy, draw your sword and...the second someone takes damage, physical combat is replaced by an impromptu game of gwent against the opponent.
I was more mixed on Just Cause 3 than I was expecting to be, but the game can still be a hell of a lot of fun. It’s definitely more fun once you’ve gotten your head around how to fly without crashing into everything.
Just another video of Fallout 4. Nothing to see here. Except... hey, wait a second.
Cheaters are the worst. In Team Fortress 2, they use illicit programs to emulate near-perfect aim. That does not, however, mean they’re untouchable.
Even the post-apocalypse can be beautiful, under the right circumstances.
Metal Gear designer Hideo Kojima was apparently not allowed to attend tonight’s Game Awards, per an announcement by host Geoff Keighley. A lawyer for Konami reportedly barred Kojima from attending, nor accept his awards. The Phantom Pain’s Kiefer Sutherland accepted one of Metal Gear’s awards on his behalf. When the…
Just Cause 3 is the type of a game where, when something silly happens, it’s hard to tell whether it was intended or just a glitch. Like this little accident above. With grapple hooks and all kinds of upgraded gear, the possibilities are definitely endless, that’s for sure.
Dark Souls III will be out on April 12, 2016, Bandai Namco just announced. Prepare to die, etc. It’ll be out on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
I was absolutely delighted when I found out that Tim Schafer’s studio Double Fine was going to be resurrecting Psychonauts.
Let’s take a field trip, you and I. To a place where we probably shouldn’t go.
For the longest time, you could uninstall a Steam game from your machine, but—no matter how regrettable the purchase—it’d remain in your library, cluttering up your precious game hoard. With Steam libraries growing into the hundreds and thousands, this became a problem.