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: February 2017

Claim Your Nintendo Switch User ID Ahead Of The Launch On March 3

Nintendo has been making strides in collecting all of its disparate console and handheld user accounts under one umbrella, and – in theory – the account you complete for the Switch should be the last Nintendo account you have to

Star Wars Han Solo Film Has Begun Filming

Today brings word that the next Star Wars film is underway. The untitled Han Solo-focused movie began filming on February 20 at Pinewood Studios in London, and today brought us a shot that shows some of the cast and crew

For Honor Is The Fighting Game For People Who Don't Like Fighting Games

Strutting around an alcove atop a dilapidated castle as a Shugoki – a hulking brute wielding a giant kanabo club weapon – I see a Valkyrie quickly approaching. I’ve fought her before, and I know her playstyle: Go for the

Trailer Reveals Bretonnia Faction For Total War: Warhammer

Total War: Warhammer’s release last year offered ample evidence that the Total War franchise still has some exciting new avenues to explore, as expressed through a sprawling fantasy military adventure. You can read our full review of the initial release.

The Coolest Pokémon Sun And Moon Cards We Pulled From Booster Packs

Pokémon Sun and Moon were enormous successes for Nintendo when they launched on 3DS in 2016, and the makers of the Pokémon Trading Card Game hope to capitalize on that popularity with the new Sun & Moon expansion. The expansion

Four Things To Know About Halo Wars 2

Adapting what has been primarily a PC genre to the console can be a challenging task riddled with uncertainty.  And while the original Halo Wars was regarded as a triumph in bringing real-time strategy mechanics to the Xbox 360, Creative

Celebrate Release Of Psychonauts In The Rhombus Of Ruin With Making-Of Documentary

Today sees the release of Psychonauts in the Rhombus of Ruin on PlayStation VR. The new game from Double Fine acts as an interlude of sorts, telling the story of young hero and psychic, Raz, and the mission he undertakes

Science-Fiction Weekly – Horizon Zero Dawn, Power Rangers, BioShock, The Predator

Horizon Zero Dawn isn’t out for another week, but reviews are already hitting, and they are mostly glowing. Roughly 50 writers weighed in on Horizon, leading to an average score of 88 on Open Critic. Game Informer’s Jeff Marchiafava nearly

Everything We Know About Princess Zelda In Breath Of The Wild

In most Zelda games, the titular princess is nothing more than a goal for the player to acquire. She is a princess in peril, and Link is her knight in shining armor. She has grown beyond that simple role recent

Blizzard Teases New Overwatch Character

For the wildly popular Overwatch, the introduction of a new character is a big deal. Not only is it a new set of abilities to explore in the competitive shooter, but it also means that every other character has to