Game developer Jeff Minter has launched an attack on game publisher Atari overnight, claiming that they’re blocking him from releasing his PlayStation Vita shooter TxK on PC and PS4 (and other platforms) with legal threats. TxK is a “distantly related sequel” according to…
EA and Visceral’s cops-and-robbers Battlefield shooter Hardline launches today, unlocking on Origin and being picked up from retail stores around the country once their doors also unlock. We’ve take detailed looks at the game’s single player and multi player before, but stick around for…
By Tim Colwill on March 18, 2015 at 1:04 pm
Here at games.on.net there’s nothing we like more than handing out game keys to people, and we’d like to put admiral’s caps onto your handsome faces and then shove them directly into the World of Warships closed beta test.
How do you get a key? It couldn’t be easier…
By Tim Colwill on March 17, 2015 at 1:10 pm
Far Cry 3 — and Far Cry 4, which is just Far Cry 3 with a hat on — are all about one thing: outposts. Murdering bad guys in inventive and creative ways, involving bears as often as possible, is the bread and butter of Ubisoft’s new Far Cry, and it’s great. It’s genuinely great, and when I fired up Valley of the Yetis and began to take over my first outpost, immediately falling back into my old habits, I could feel a big grin spread across my face right away.
“This is what it’s all about,” I said to myself as I murdered a weird Tibetan mountain man with demon horns and threw his screaming body into a ravine. “This is what is best in life.”
Once they were all dead, Valley of the Yetis turned around and handed the outpost to me, and said “Now, you defend it from us.”
Yes, Valley of the Yetis. Yes I will.