Freddie’s Restaurant and Pizzeria in Long Branch, New Jersey has a serious Five Nights at Freddy’s problem.
If you were a human with functional Internet access last week, you probably heard about the big Counter-Strike gambling scandal. Despite a secondary market’s potential to help bring in big bucks, Rocket League’s developers don’t want a slice of that increasingly tainted pie.
Last week, Valve launched Team Fortress 2's big competitive mode update and, with it, a new casual mode that took the place of classic quick play. So far, people... don’t exactly love it.
It’s a tough call... I’m not sure what I should do here... gonna have to put this one to a vote.
Well, here’s one of the most straightforward video game reviews I’ll ever write.
It’s the year 2016, and people are actually playing Evolve. What a world.
The past week has seen the world of online games rocked by a major gambling scandal. Two YouTubers with millions of subscribers, Trevor ‘TmarTn’ Martin and Tom ‘ProSyndicate’ Cassell, were revealed to be owners of a site they repeatedly promoted sans overt disclosure. The potential ramifications are not pretty.
The PalmDesert dynasty is, at least for now, over. As of today, a new guy has the world’s highest Steam level, and he managed it almost over night. His handle? St4ck. As for how he did it, well, it’s quite a story.
Streamer T Ronix set himself a pretty tough challenge: to beat Fallout 4 without being hit even once. Oh, and without using chems, power armour or companions (unless the story mandated it) either. If he got hit or broke those rules, he’d have to go right back to the start.
Just how much of a pain is it to build your own PC? Is it worth the savings? And do you really need to use thermal paste?
Evolve, the 4v1 multiplayer game that launched last year to tepid responses, is now free-to-play on PC. It’s also getting some major gameplay changes and an entirely new progression system.
Launching July 19 and priced for mass consumption, Nvidia’s Pascal-powered GTX 1060 promises power comparable to the company’s former flagship GTX 980 and twice the energy-efficiency in virtual reality.
In the wake of a scandal where it came to light that two prominent YouTubers, Trevor ‘TmarTn’ Martin and Tom ‘ProSyndicate’ Cassell, promoted a Counter-Strike gambling site they founded and owned sans overt disclosure, the two have been sued.
XCOM 2 is a phenomenal strategy game. The DLC Firaxis has released in its wake, on the other hand, has mostly been middling. Thankfully, Shen’s Last Gift is straight-up good. It lets you improve the shit out of your squad. With mechs.
YouTuber Trevor ‘TmarTn’ Martin has issued an “apology” over the CSGO Lotto scandal. In it, he claims his connection to the site was always a matter of public record and says he’s sorry that some people “felt like that was not made clear enough.” Check out my now updated story on the scandal for more.
Probably my favorite virtual reality experience was unearthed around 1863 in the Roman suburb of Prima Porta. Well, it’s not a virtual reality experience as much as it’s an illusionistic fresco on four walls, but bear with me. In the villa of Livia Drusilla (58 BCE-29 CE), the wife of the first emperor of Rome, there…
First, you spend too much on a new graphics card. Then, you fire up your chewiest, toughest PC games and make them beg for mercy. For one brief moment, your exorbitant purchase feels completely reasonable.
As part of Doom’s first major post-release update last week, id Software added a photo mode, and people are already doing amazing things with it.
Team Fortress 2's last big update came in December, but now, finally, Valve is about to shake things up again. Much like TF2's biggest inspiration, Blizzard’s Overwatch, Valve’s undying team shooter is adding a competitive mode.