Fallout 4 has a ridiculous number of terminals, most of which the average player will never see. One man, however, has actually spent over 25 hours poring through every computer in Fallout 4. It’s madness.
I’ve never typed so hard in my life.
While playing the newest Walking Dead video game miniseries, it’s pretty easy to convince yourself that lead character Michonne will be okay no matter what scenarios unfold. But, she’s not okay and never will be because she’s a parent in a world gone wrong.
Mordhau is the latest attempt to try and get first-person melee controls working properly in a video game.
Star Wars: Rogue Squadron on the Nintendo 64 was the first game that made me feel like I was really soaring through a Star Wars movie, my X-Wing buoyed by glorious trumpets and gentle flecks of Bantha poodoo. Now it’s on Steam.
Maybe you haven’t heard of Samorost 3. It’s a very lovely adventure game by Amanita Design that also happens to be wickedly hard. The only way I can think to try to get you to play it for yourself is to spoil one of its best puzzles. Don’t worry; it’s only the first part.
Watch Paint Dry is a 45-second-long game about watching paint dry. It was made by a 16 year-old guy who’s not even a game developer. Despite not going through Greenlight or otherwise receiving Valve’s holy lambda of approval, it got onto the Steam store.
Counter-Strike’s Zeus taser is a very particular weapon. It’ll down anybody in a single shot, but it’s for use at extremely close ranges, and it can only fire once. In a moment of apparent mania, one team, Selfless, purchased only Zeuses in a round of a pro match. They won.
After an 18-month back and forth with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), the Australian Federal Court has finally ruled that Valve was in breach of Australian Consumer Law.
There are many ways to die in the Souls games. These are the worst.
iriarsham posted these screenshots over the weekend, to remind us all that despite its advancing years and creaking engine, Skyrim—with help from fans—continues to look absolutely stunning.
Once upon a time, Pillars of Eternity and Fallout: New Vegas developer Obsidian was working on a major Xbox One RPG called Stormlands. Then it got canceled, and Obsidian had to lay off 30 people, a large portion of a relatively small staff. Turns out, Tyranny, Obsidian’s new RPG in which evil has already won,…
Bunker Punks is a roguelike first person shooter by Shane Neville’s one-person studio, Ninja Robot Dinosaur. That’s a bunch of cool words all crammed together. Which is appropriate, because Bunker Punks is crammed with a bunch of cool stuff.
Stardew Valley may look like a game about farming, but it’s actually about people. And OK yeah, also a lot of farming.
The open-world fantasy role-playing series that opened with a horrid whimper but continued with a refined bang is getting bigger. Polish developer Reality Pump and TopWare Interactive announce fresh DLC for Two Worlds II and the beginning of work on Two Worlds III.
Price of individual products: $68.17. Your cost: $99.99. Hmmmm.
The world of Fallout is brimming with amazing characters, and Fallout 4's first DLC has now added one more great character to the list.
Today on Highlight Reel we have bad deer, kill streaks, selfies, car slides, unnerving Division moments and much, much more!
These days we’re spoiled for cooperative games. From Halo to Left4Dead and most recently The Division, the modern player’s choices for playing together with friends are abundant. Wind the clock back a decade and a half, however, and the situation was very different.