Test Chamber – Rez Infinite For PlayStation VR

Test Chamber – Rez Infinite For PlayStation VR

Rez released 15 years ago on PlayStation 2, but despite its age, it feels like a game that was meant for virtual reality. Rez Infinite has a new level, but is otherwise More »

Test Chamber – RIGS Mechanized Combat League For PlayStation VR

Test Chamber – RIGS Mechanized Combat League For PlayStation VR

RIGS Mechanized COmbat League is one of PlayStation VR’s more interesting competitive multiplayer experiences. It’s a game with mechs (or rigs in this case) and guns, but it has more in common More »

Decorate Your Vault With This Power Armor Statue

Decorate Your Vault With This Power Armor Statue

Vault dwellers trying to find some classy Power Armor won’t have to look far with this new set of statues from Three Zero. Both models are 14.5-inches tall and based on the More »

Seven Creative Approaches To Difficulty That Make Games Better

Seven Creative Approaches To Difficulty That Make Games Better

Normal difficulty steals all the glory. It makes sense that most developers would tune their base difficulty for the average player, because that’s the mode that the majority of their audience is More »

Upcoming Steam Update Will Expand PlayStation 4 Controller Support

Upcoming Steam Update Will Expand PlayStation 4 Controller Support

Valve is currently hosting its Steam Dev Days developer conference in Seattle. During the conference, Valve’s Jeff Bellinghausen revealed that an upcoming Steam update will soon expand its controller options for the More »

Catch Up On Gears Of War's Lore With This Video

Catch Up On Gears Of War's Lore With This Video

Want some more lore before you play Gears of War 4? Lore, a YouTube channel focused on quick facts and recaps, has your back. This video is geared towards reviewing the lore More »

Test Chamber – Exploring Here They Lie's Dark VR Underground

Test Chamber – Exploring Here They Lie's Dark VR Underground

With the PlayStation VR launching this week, buyers are going to be looking for what games they should pick up with their fancy new headset (along with motion sickness medicine). As I More »

 

Monthly Archives: November 2016

Ubisoft Outlines Second Year Of Rainbow Six Siege Content

Ubisoft has detailed the second year of content for Rainbow Six Siege that they confirmed a few weeks ago. From February 2017 to February 2018, Rainbow Six Siege will get eight new operators, new weapons, more cosmetic items, seasonal events,

Destroy Your Beloved Hometown With Cities: Skylines' Natural Disasters DLC

Just as players put the finishing touches on their perfect cities, Paradox Interactive has added a new expansion to obliterate your virtual citizens. Cities: Skylines’ new Natural Disasters DLC adds a variety of catastrophic events to the game, including earthquakes,

Game Informer's Holiday Buying Guide 2016

Let us introduce you to a few things you didn’t even know you wanted. Whether you’re looking for a hot new item to add to your wish list or need that perfect geeky gift to give to a loved one,

Take To The 16-Bit Jungle In The First Teaser Trailer For Shakedown: Hawaii

The sequel to 2012’s Retro City Rampage is Shakedown: Hawaii, and there’s a shiny new teaser trailer for it just in time for PSX. Retro City Rampage was a labor of love for indie developer Brian Provinciano, and the same

Ninja Theory Explains Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice Delay In New Video

Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice is no longer going to hit its 2016 release window. Developer Ninja Theory has pushed the game to 2017, and detailed how they came to that decision in a new video update. Product development lead Dominic Matthews

The Virtual Life – Becoming A Monster In Tyranny

Tyranny is a CRPG in the style of Baldur’s Gate and Pillars of Eternity that has a novel concept: you play the bad guy. And we’re not talking a mischievous cackling Snidely Whiplash huckster, either. No, you are a capital-B bad

Pokémon Sun/Moon Set New Sales Record For Nintendo

The newest generation of Pokémon games have managed to smash the sales of former games in the series, as well as most other Nintendo titles. Sun and Moon have sold an astounding 3.7 million units in the Americas in the

Game Informer's Full Extra Life Murder Mystery

This year our Extra Life charity live stream displayed a host of Game Informer shenanigans, chiefly among them was the incredibly convincing murder mystery starring our beloved PC editor, Daniel Tack.  For the second year in a row Tack was

Red Dead Redemption Rides Again On PS4 and PC Via PlayStation Now

If you’re a fan of Sony’s streaming service, the wait for Red Dead Redemption 2 just got a little easier. Red Dead Redemption will be available on PlayStation Now beginning December 6, making Rockstar’s western adventure available to PlayStation 4

This Wireless Controller Fixes A Big Problem With The NES Classic Edition

One of the biggest gripes about the NES Classic Edition(besides its extreme scarcity) is how amazingly short the controller cable is. 8bitdo has a bluetooth solution to this conundrum that works with a variety of controllers as well as the