You may have noticed a lot of people talking about the new PS4 game Bloodborne. It’s good, they say. It’s really difficult, they say. Maybe you’ve considered checking it out, but you’re worried about that difficulty. I’m here to help. »
A Quick Note For My Readers: Back in 2013, I wrote a ‘blip’ about a game called Read Only Memories. I missed this small post during my initial sweep last summer of posts I wrote that needed disclosure, but it’s been brought to my attention today, so I’m updating it with that information.
The North American Xbox One got its first MMORPG today, in the form of a two-year-old free-to-play Dungeons & Dragons PC game. Check out character creation and the opening tutorial for Neverwinter. »
The man who wrote Y the Last Man. The guy who drew incredible runs on Amazing Spider-Man and Batgirl: Year One. In 2013, they launched The Private Eye, a provocative sci-fi series set in a future without the internet. It just ended a few weeks ago, and you really should read it. If you need extra incentive to read… »
Steam is great, but nothing's perfect. Valve's beast of a service is colossal, multifaceted, with a million different limbs being pulled in a million different directions. Inevitably, it sometimes falls flat. What features do you wish Valve would add to Steam? Or take away? »
“I’m not interested in Dying Light,” a friend recently told me. I arched an inquisitive eyebrow. “Why?” A few seconds later, his response flashed on screen. “Because it doesn’t look that original.” For a few moments, I struggled to compose a response.
Over the past few days, diehard League of Legends players have been in a bit of tizzy over something called “NURF.” »
Ok. This looks cool. What was going to be a single side-scrolling Assassin’s Creed game set in 16th century China is now going to span three eras and three countries, starting on April 21. »
The days of having to wire up a complete replacement outlet to add a USB charging port will soon be long gone. »
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