Shouldn’t that be cleverer? Oh, I’m probably overthinking it. I’m playing more Dying Light this weekend, because it’s fun and I never finished. How about you? Anything new going? Sound off below.
"Brotaku: The Bro's Guide." As spotted by Wilfrid d'Anjou in Infamous: Second Son's Paper Trail DLC.
Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag still looks (mostly) beautiful.
If you haven't been keeping up with screenshot superstar Dead End Thrills, head on over and see what's new. He's got some great stuff from Skyrim (like the one up top), as well as some excellent shots that capture the striking look of DMC.
Hey, maybe you're playing some more Skyrim lately. Maybe you've even downloaded the latest DLC, Hearthfire? Seems like a good enough excuse to share this amazing image by Dead End Thrills. It's part of his "Parting Shots" series, which he's put up to bid Skyrim farewell.
We spend a lot of time with our video game devices, so it's easy to start to think of them as family members.
I live out in the western part of San Francisco, and some mornings we get a lot of fog. "A lot" of fog to a San Franciscan is more fog than most people would even know what to do with.
Moments of grace are few and far between at a hectic conference like PAX East, but this photo of the Prince from Katamari Damacy surveying the queue-room is about as graceful as they come.
I don't know the name of this soon-to-be-announced PC exclusive shooter from Polish developer Flying Wild Hog, but this one brief glimpse is all I need to know this is a world I'd like to hang out in. How about you?
Here it is, your first colorful look at the bustling alien world of Prey 2—that is, if you haven't already seen previews of the game in OXM, PlayStation The Official Magazine or any of the other print mags with a peek at Human Head and Bethesda's very different sequel.
A bleak future is portrayed in these Ghost Recon Future Soldier screens, released for this weeks Gamescom. No hotel sign is safe.
The first screenshot for EA Sports' MMA appeared in Sports Illustrated this week, showing off the development teams' firm grasp of men firmly grasping each other.
Gearbox sent out a punchy update today assuring us that Borderlands is "pretty damn huge" and all that we've seen so far are "the noobie areas of the game. You haven't even met the real bad guys yet."
Faithful Kotaku reader Beaver apparently takes marketing surveys over at something called Play Insights, which assures visitors in fine (and grayed) print "Please be assured this is a legitimate research study."