Far Cry Primal is something of an spinoff for the series—a stopgap release meant to fill the hole between Far Cry 4 and Far Cry 5. So it’s no surprise to see it recycling things from its predecessor.
Spintires is a popular Steam driving game. Recently, it stopped working under mysterious circumstances. People came to believe the game’s own programmer, Pavel Zagrebelnyy, sabotaged it because he wasn’t getting paid. That’s (probably) not true.
Wanna use Steam’s market or trading features? Don’t have a compatible mobile phone for security purposes? Then prepare to wait weeks before anything happens.
Whenever piracy is mentioned, people always whip out the argument that, if pirates actually like the game, they’ll totally purchase it in the future. For Stardew Valley, the farming simulator which is currently tearing up the Steam sales charts, that age-old saying might actually be true for some players.
Last month, video game enthusiast Square Enix surprise-released Final Fantasy IX on iOS and Android. But the PC version is still nowhere to be found, which is driving some fans crazy.
XCOM. Fire Emblem. Civilization. Invisible Inc. Endless Legend. Don’t look now, but if you’re a fan of video games where the action is broken up into turns, you’ve never had it better.
As somebody who obsessively roots around in video game trash cans, I’m pretty happy with what Stardew Valley gave me for my troubles. Take that, AOL of the year 1996.
Managing a city is hard. Managing a city that could topple off a teetering platform and into the hungry sea below at any moment is harder.
I used to live on a boat. It was a converted World War 2 rescue vessel that sat in an industrial canal, docked at the end of a lot owned by an Irish mobster and his son. I lived a strange little existence there, in a world with its own characters, customs, and myths. Even the people who lived with me don’t always…
Far Cry Primal is a game about a caveman who explores a new land. If you play on the game’s default settings, it’s also about a caveman who methodically conquers that new land thanks to his helpful smartphone GPS.
Right now, Capcom doesn’t have a way to punish people who disconnect from online Street Fighter V matches when they lose. Until they do, the game’s publisher is asking people to record rage-quitters and put them on blast.
February’s the shortest month of the year. Does that affect our recommendations for February? Not sure but, as a matter of fact, we are down to 18 games this month. Those 18 are pretty good, though. Take a look:
Humble farming simulator Stardew Valley is taking Steam by storm right now, and when you consider the charm, depth, and number of cuties you can smooch within the game, it’s no surprise why.
It’s not an open world game without hidden references and easter eggs. And Far Cry Primal has some pretty cool ones: some related to other Ubisoft games, while others to our own prehistory.
If you think Donald Trump would be a disaster for the USA/world given 4-8 years of leadership, imagine the devastation if he was allowed to reign for millennia.
I could feel it setting in: the rhythm, comforting as the twang of a slightly out-of-tune guitar. Wake up, clear my field, water my plants, fish for a bit, talk to folks, give gifts to pretty folks, go to bed. Starting Stardew Valley was like a homecoming for me. The home in question? Harvest Moon 64.
Counter-Strike is a game about terrorists and counter-terrorists locked in an eternal dance of strife and headshots, as viewed by an audience of chickens. Except when it’s not.
What started out as an underwhelming tournament for North American Counter-Strike ended on a more hopeful note as Team Liquid, Counter Logic Gaming, and Cloud9 eked out victories on Sunday to qualify for the MLG Columbus Counter-Strike tournament next month, where they will compete for a $500,000 grand prize.
Killer robots, an apocalyptic wasteland, explosions...yeah, it’s not much of a stretch taking Fallout 4 and turning it into Terminator. All that was needed was some neon lasers, and boy does this video have neon lasers.
One of my favorite PlayStation 2 games of all time arrived on PC last week, and the transition was far from painless. Still, nothing a few settings tweaks, opting out of Steam betas and possibly buying a game pad can’t fix.