Any time an alien commander spots you in XCOM 2, it yells some garbled junk in its stupid alien language and deploys troops in your direction. So, what is it really saying?
Even if you’ve spent hundreds of hours within Fallout 4, chances are pretty slim that you’ll see everything within the game. There are hundreds of smaller locales hiding within the Commonwealth, all of which aren’t actually marked on your Pip-Boy’s map.
I am pleased to report that in Dying Light: The Following, you can still dropkick a zombie off a cliff and into the sea. You also get to drive a car.
Do you see this? This is what madness looks like. Thank you, The Witness, for driving me truly insane.
Today on Highlight Reel we have rhythmic snake monsters, loafing Assassin’s Creed workers, Black Ops 3 mistakes, and much more.
XCOM 2 Bebop. I’m not sure why ion bomb decided to mash-up XCOM 2 and sci-fi anime classic Cowboy Bebop, but you know what? It works weirdly well. (Warning: this video will give you glimpses of a few later-game alien types. Also “Tank” will be stuck in your head forever.)
Only in Crusader Kings II could a horse rise to power and, after decades of war and conquest, restore the might of the Roman Empire.
Endciv is a post-apocalyptic city builder with a focus on, you know, surviving. Think Banished meets SimCity meets Fallout.
Firewatch is a very lonely video game that’s all about people.
The last time we heard from Chinese cracking forum 3DM—responsible for illegal cracks of pirated video games—they were being frustrated by Just Cause 3's “Denovo” copy protection. Now they’re walking away from the game entirely.
On the face of it, you wouldn’t pick DenDD vs. PixelFire to be a classic Counter-Strike match. They’re minor professional teams, far below the level of the Fnatics or Na’Vis of the world. But last weekend, they ended up making history: the first map of their best-of-three went into triple, then quadruple, and finally…
XCOM 2 not only supports fan-made mods, but it’s also quite easy to modify soldiers to look like someone familiar.
This brilliant summation of our journey through the Underground comes courtesy of an unlikely source: a tribute to a JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure ending sequence.
It’s the kind of thing you wonder after having too many donuts and margaritas: what would happen if you were stuck inside the two portals that a Portal gun shoots out? The answer: shit gets weird, man.
The Looming VR Revolution™ may not completely change the world, but it at least promises to change how we think about video games and porn.
Shadowrun: Hong Kong just got a free six-hour expansion. Shadowrun: Hong Kong - Extended Edition augments the cyberpunk tactical RPG with a bonus campaign, dev commentary, and numerous tiny improvements. If you already own Shadowrun: Hong Kong, it’s completely free. Nice one, Harebrained Schemes.
Grappling hooks and dinosaurs, a match made in video game heaven. My inner 12 year-old, once deceased from overexposure to the dual radiations of responsibility and YouTube comments, lives once more.