This bomb may be dirty, but there's no pay-to-win happening either.
Obsidian delivers in every way with their massive new old-school RPG.
Playing cops and robbers in an engine built for military masterpieces makes for an unfulfilling experience.
A fan-made Half-Life 2 update called, er, Half-Life 2: Update has now released on Steam, following Valve’s official blessing of the endeavour. The mod (which requires you to own HL2, naturally) overhauls lighting, particle effects, has a bunch of bug-fixes, and includes community…
The big change ahead of Dirty Bomb‘s soft launch was the introduction of the tiered loadouts system. The first question that comes to anyone’s mind when playing a free-to-play game is “how do they make their money?”
It’s a good question, and one increasingly more relevant as more companies adopt the monetisation scheme in an effort to cut costs and increase profits. Who wouldn’t dream of making the next League of Legends or World of Tanks, right?
After showing off Sylvanas Windrunner in the very first incarnation of Heroes of the Storm - although it wasn’t called that then, and it wasn’t really the fully-fledged project that HOTS is now – fans have been wondering and waiting for the crafty little ranger-general to make…
If you’re anything like me, you’ve been waiting a long time for Pillars of Eternity. The record-breaking Kickstarter campaign finished in October 2012, which means the faithful have been waiting over two and a half years. As one of the first major Kickstarted projects to see fruition, there will be an abnormally large percentage of you that don’t need me to tell you whether to buy it or not – you’re already receiving a copy as a backer reward.
But let me assure you regardless: Pillars of Eternity was worth the wait.