Daily Archives: 10/04/2016
Darkest Dungeon is dripping with H.P. Lovecraft: inky alien tentacles protrude through dimensional rifts in the game’s fetid sewers, your characters’ sanity is steadily drained as they trudge further into the darkness, and Wayne June (the narrator of several Lovecraft
After so many years, vague teases about the possibility of Beyond Good & Evil 2 are just a part of the video game landscape now. Heck, we just had another one last week. However, creator Michel Ancel might finally be
Consumers aren’t exactly flocking to VR technology quite yet, but that’s not stopping Google from entering the VR arms race. The Daydream View allows users to access VR from their phones – like a more advanced version of Google Cardboard.
Virtual reality has been touted as the vehicle that will bring us high-level escapism, but in 1973, writer and director Michael Crichton envisioned a more terrifying scenario where advanced robots would be used in different worlds for people dawn a
In today’s digital world, having a long-distance relationship and staying connected is easier than ever. Couples no longer have to wait extended periods without seeing each others’ faces or knowing the thoughts of their significant other. Thanks to the rise
HBO’s latest original show, Westworld, premiered on Sunday. The show’s mysteries already have people talking, and video game fans may feel like they’re being transported into a new open-world RPG. That’s not exactly an accident. In an interview with Vice,
We’ve already seen a little bit of Marvel’s upcoming Iron Fist show on Netflix, but the release date was a mystery. However, Netflix has now revealed when its audience of superhero fans can expect to binge on the latest series.
If you subscribe to the computer or tablet edition of Game Informer magazine, you can now learn all the latest details surrounding South Park: The Fractured But Whole. Following today’s cover reveal, our digital issue is now live on web browsers and will be coming