Category: PC Games

Back to school isn’t just a time parents should celebrate, it’s a time kids should be happy about too… …at least when video game sales are involved. Looks like Amazon is doing their best to emotionally support youngsters dreading the end of summer. What better way to do so than to offer up some great…

Bad news for players that are going to buy the latest entry of the Battelfield franchise for current generation consoles: DICE has confirmed that the system’s new Battlemap feature will not be compatible with the Xbox 360 and Ps3 versions of the game. Battlelog for Battlefield 4 will, however, be compatible with all the other…

A new trailer has been released for the upcoming Splinter Cell: Blacklist, the latest entry of the highly successful Splinter Cell series. The new trailer, which can be seen at the end of this post, details the “threat” and who is behind the Blacklist terrorist organization. Sam Fisher will have his hands full dealing with…

In an accidental discovery made by members of a Valve tour group, it seems as if Valve’s next game (and engine update) may be closer than we once imagined. Pictures taken on the tour indicate that Left 4 Dead 3 is currently confirmed to be in development. This is noteworthy for two reasons. Firstly, Valve…

Super Mario Crossover has been out for awhile now, but every time the game sees an update, you’d swear the excitement it generated would convince it was launching first time. Initially launched as a pet project of Jay Pavlina, the original launched on NewGrounds back in 2010, and immediately saw extremely favorable feedback. Super Mario…

Creator and lead designer of successful indie game Fez (Phil Fish) is no stranger to speaking candidly to both press and public. The newest saga of heated back and forth between Fish and journalists may have reached a fever pitch, however. The most recent exchange of anger with GameTrailers Michael Beer has left Fish bitter…

Suda 51 is well known for some of the most over the top main stream video games out there, with a back catalog filled to the brim with sex and violence. Having developed games such as Shadows of the Damned and Lollipop Chainsaw, the man never seems in short supply of controversial material to develop…

A game that completely snuck under my radar: Dropchord, a touch based rhythm challenge experience announced by Double Fine productions. This was the first I had heard of Dropchord, which was a surprise, as I check Double Fines website every half hour. The new game is already available on PC and Mac (For Leap Motion Controller…

With a slew of recent policy reversals by Microsoft involving the Xbox One, the quote train is once again in motion. From indie’s calling B.S on Microsoft for back pedaling, to major devs saying the Xbox One is an appealing prospect, everyone is cashing in with their two cents. Another voice enters the fray of…

In a move that is sure to effect millions of gamers in the coming years, Activision Blizzard has finally broken away from Vivendi as an independant video game publisher in a deal worth $8.2 Billion dollars. In an article posted on Gamasutra,  we find that the deal had been in the making for some time,…

Surprising but very welcome news comes from the words of a man who needs no introduction. Neil Gaiman has just posted a  new video, in which he informs us, the gaming public, of his new and very first video game endeavor entitled WayWard Manor. In the launch video to hype the game, Mr.Gaiman reveals he…

Shadow of the Eternals, the spirtual successor to the Gamecube fan favorite Eternal Darkness, looks more promising every day. The most recent bit of news from the ambitiously crowd funded horror title, comes in the form of some  serious star power. The legendary David Hayter (Solid Snake/Big Boss) will lend his vocal cords to one…