NEWS 23 Mar 2017 by Kyle Johnson

Weapons Both Real and Imaginary Combine in Ghost Warrior 3

Polish Developer CI Games are no stranger to taking real-world conflicts and abstracting them into video games, as it seems to be doing with the upcoming Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3. Set within a fictionalized region of Georgia wracked by a separatist conflict, CI Games is set to ignite the very powder keg they’ve created. For…
REVIEWS 22 Mar 2017 by Kyle Johnson

Torment: Tides of Numenera

Part of the first wave of highly successful Kickstarter projects, notable others being Wasteland 2, Pillars of Eternity, and more, Torment: Tides of Numenera angles itself as a spiritual successor to one of the most legendary CRPG games of all time, Planescape: Torment. Known for a colorful cast of characters, an unusually rich world and…
ANNOUNCEMENT 18 Mar 2017 by Kyle Johnson

Mirage: Arcane Warfare Returns from PAX With Surprises

From the creators of Chivalry: Medieval Warfare comes the next competitive murdering game, with a new artstyle and abilities, and the same loose implementation of physics. The first video, linked above, is a commentary-free jaunt through footage captured at the PAX East open test, showing some of the different characters, arenas, abilities, and more. The…
NEWS 18 Mar 2017 by Kyle Johnson

Brazenly Busty Fighter Senran Kagura Released on Steam

You know, you have to hand it to Marvelous AQL and the localization team at XSEED, they know precisely what sort of game Senran Kagura is, and who it appeals to. In case you missed it earlier, Senran Kagura’s surprise announcement that it would be coming to Steam, along with the Western releases on PlayStation…
ANNOUNCEMENT 18 Mar 2017 by Kyle Johnson

Nier: Automata Now out on Steam

The long-awaited day of vengeance for mankind is upon us, with the release of Nier: Automata for PC. Ten days after the release of Platinum’s genre-busting RPG on PlayStation 4, the story of mankind, flung some 9,000 years or so into the future has landed on Steam, though not without generating some controversy. Never mind…
NEWS 18 Mar 2017 by Kyle Johnson

The Future of Titanfall 2

No, this isn’t meant to sound like a farewell post, as much as the odd title from Respawn made it sound, but rather, a look ahead. Early in development of the stunning Titanfall 2, Respawn announced that all forthcoming maps and updates would be free, with the only paid micro-transactions being cosmetics, either for Titans…
ANNOUNCEMENT 18 Mar 2017 by Kyle Johnson

Meet the Tale of Two Snipers in Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3

When two brothers take two very different courses through their military career, despite similar upbringings, it sets the stage for personal confrontations among a very dangerous backdrop. Such is the stage for Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3, the upcoming game in the series from CI Games. Despite its delay, CI Games have been hard at work building…
NEWS 13 Mar 2017 by Kyle Johnson

The Elder Scrolls: Legends Now Out of Beta

Following the reveal of the card-collecting game set in the Elder Scrolls universe last year, Dire Wolf Digital and Bethesda Softworks are moving The Elder Scrolls: Legends out of Beta and into a wider release. Though versions are coming for iOS devices on March 23rd, and Android devices on April 4th, with mobile phones sometime this…
ANNOUNCEMENT 12 Mar 2017 by Kyle Johnson

Nyx Phases Into Existence in Quake: Champions

Building off the Closed Beta announcement earlier this week, id Software and Saber Interactive have released the first Champion trailer concerning Nyx, the Fathom Agent. Her active ability is “Ghost Walk,” which teleports her into a space where she can avoid damage and move without being seen. This can be used for repositioning, stalking, or…
ANNOUNCEMENT 12 Mar 2017 by Kyle Johnson

Check Out Just How Well Torment: Tides of Numenera Is Doing

Techland, in partnership with developer inXile, has put out a brief teaser showcasing some of the more exotic and exciting moments and positive reviews of Torment: Tides of Numenera. Finally released earlier this year after a successful Kickstarter campaign, Torment promises and delivers on a world full of surprises, both in science fiction and magically.…
ANNOUNCEMENT 09 Mar 2017 by Kyle Johnson

Mass Effect: Andromeda Releases Ansel Support Info & System Specs

Coming by way of a post on the GeForce website, the article reveals specs, graphical settings, and some gorgeous-looking screenshots made with Nvidia’s Ansel screenshot tool. Some of the graphical settings included are: Post-Process Effect Quality, Vegetation Quality, Chromatic Aberration, Film Grain, and many more. HDR support is also included, and all of the options…
ANNOUNCEMENT 09 Mar 2017 by Kyle Johnson

Get Your First Glimpse at Decay of Logos

Coming from Portugal-based studio Amplify, whose previous work is exclusively texture and graphical tools for Unity and Unreal Engine, Decay of Logos snagged its first trailer prior to its appearance at PAX East. A third-person action/adventure RPG hybrid, Decay of Logos follows the story of a young girl, wandering the remains of a kingdom torn…
ANNOUNCEMENT 09 Mar 2017 by Kyle Johnson

Homefront: The Revolution’s Spring Update Brings Third DLC

The third and final DLC in the Homefront: The Revolution comes with a bevy of changes and free content for console players, plus an update to the PlayStation 4 Pro version. First, the DLC, entitled “Beyond the Walls,” moves Homefront from the claustrophobic streets of Philadelphia to the Pennsylvanian countryside, and in the last stronghold of…
NEWS 09 Mar 2017 by Kyle Johnson

Spike Chunsoft Is Bringing a Whole Lot of Games to the West

Fire Pro Wrestling World, more Danganronpa games, Project Psync, the Zero Escape series, and 428: Shibuya Scramble are coming to PC. Don’t worry if you haven’t heard of most, if any titles that were just mentioned, because Spike Chunsoft is aiming to change that. There’s a lot to break down from their GDC announcement, so sit back…