Valve recently overhauled Steam’s review system, putting a larger focus on recent perspectives. The move made sense. Games are no longer static works. They constantly evolve thanks to updates and programs like Early Access. The system is, by and large, very useful, providing percentages that give narrow and wide…
Services that sell game-breaking cheats are no secret; many multiplayer games, from Counter-Strike to GTA V, have their share of dishonest players. And, as it turns out, the people providing these cheats are rolling in the dough.
The Flame in the Flood is a survival game that just launched on Steam. It’s not about building, or zombies, or pranking your friends. Just surviving and seeking civilization. That makes sense, given its background.
The official DayZ message boards were recently compromised, and while it’s not clear everyone’s passwords are out there, the developers are recommending folks change ‘em anyway.
DayZ social experiments continue to delight and amaze me.
Sick of all the trolls and griefing? Want to wander the apocalypse solo? DayZ is getting a singleplayer mode.
What could've been just another blood-soaked tale of DayZ douchebaggery turned into something, well, kinda beautiful.
Alternate headline: "Every PC Game Released In The Year 2015."
On today's Highlight Reel we have spaceflight in DayZ, nail-biting Mario Kart races, confused cops, bad cabbies and more!
Sixteen teams of two go in. Only one team survives. This is Survivor GameZ, a "last man-standing" deathmatch tournament that happens in DayZ every month.
H1Z1, the DayZ-like zombie MMO by Sony, has been at the top of the Steam charts since release. But what's it all about?
Today on Highlight Reel we have exploding Battlefield motorcycles, new ways to kill enemies in Far Cry 4, chill mountain hovering glitches in GTA V and grenade throws in Destiny and DayZ.
DayZ is a game about the zombie apocalypse, survival, and permadeath. It is also—thanks to players—about trolling, griefing, and the truest, douchiest darkness of the human heart. Bitter enemies become the best of friends... until it stops being convenient.
Oh hey, time to spend another few days trying to get this tune out of my head. Or weeks. Yeah, weeks.
Today's Highlight Reel shines the spotlight on enemies who show up out of nowhere, bad guys with invincible leg anatomy and a weirder-than-normal GTA V car-jacking.
FireFilms' live action short got right not just the glitches, like the zombie bypassing walls, but also all the humor that comes with the game: the weird way characters move, the eerie locations, the handcuffs and, of course, the disinfectant sprays.
This "40-minute Photoshop" was uploaded to the DayZ subreddit by Sweden-based Statsmakten, and shows what life might have been like in Chernarus (specifically, Olsha) before the zombie apocalypse. Quite lovely for a quick Photoshop project, and apparently, it's the first of a series. Full size pic below.