Warlords of Draenor Beta – Second Round of Information

by adminon April 8, 2014
This is just a couple of the things we’ve found so far, check back often for more updates! Draenor World Map We have a preview of what Draenor will look like, constructed from the game’s minimap files!


The Elder Scrolls Online to get first content update later this month

by adminon April 8, 2014
Have you finished The Elder Scrolls Online yet? No!? Seriously, what’s taking you so long? For most people, the announcement of new content for a massively massively MMO probably won’t have much impact. But, for those who are on a mad dash to the end, Zenimax Online have announced that a new zone will be […]

Outcast Reboot HD is an HD reboot of Outcast, now on Kickstarter

by adminon April 8, 2014
Graphics don’t matter, right? It’s all about design, singularity of vision, and the ability to craft a believable world from a consistent aesthetic. On the other hand, ew, look at all those angular models and aliased textures! Gross. While the design concepts and wild ideas can be paradoxically refreshing, it would be nice to have […]


Age of Mythology hits Steam in May with Steamworks, Twitch, better graphics

by adminon April 3, 2014
One day, every game you’re nostalgic for will be easily available through Steam, and then you’ll have nothing left to pine for. That day draws closer now that Microsoft has announced that it’s bringing real-time strategy game Age of Mythology: Extended Edition to Steam in May 2014. Like last year’s Age of Empires II HD, […]

The 10 best Elder Scrolls Online addons, tweaks, and tools

by adminon April 3, 2014
The Elder Scrolls Online has been officially playable by the pre-ordering type since Sunday. Look for the first of our review impressions later this week, but for now, we expect most players will share this observation: the UI is too sparse. ESO seems ashamed of its MMO mechanics, hiding damage numbers and useful information such […]


FTL: Advanced Edition out April 3

by adminon March 30, 2014
Subset Games has announced on Twitter that FTL: Advanced Edition will release on April 3. The new edition of the game will release on iPad for $10 on the same day, but will be offered as a free upgrade to those who already own the original game on PC. As you should.

Enemy Front – CryEngine 3-powered WWII shooter to finally hit shelves in June.

by adminon March 30, 2014
City Interactive’s Enemy Front will arrive in the US on June 10, Australia on June 12, and Europe on June 13, the developer has announced.


Watch Dogs Chicago trailer

by adminon March 29, 2014
Hey, who watches the watch dogs anyway? Ubisoft is hoping the answer is you, and is offering a new trailer as temptation. Having re-emerged from extended development, Watch Dogs‘ biggest hook remains its fully explorable modern city – Chicago – which comes complete with the horseless carriages not found in its stablemate Assassin’s Creed series, […]

Dead Space is free on Origin until May

by adminon March 28, 2014
EA doesn’t want your money anymore. Well, it does, but mostly for its newer and shinier selections. Starting today, the publisher will choose one older game from its library and offer it On the House, a new Origin category for games available free of charge. First up: Visceral’s disturb-tastic Dead Space. EA hasn’t specifically said […]


Civilization 5 mod brings Blizzard’s all-stars to turn-based strategy

by adminon March 27, 2014
I understand the desire for a lore-bending battle royale between Blizzard’s various franchises. I also understand the desire for that all-star showdown to not take the form of a lane-pushing game. While Blizzard aren’t about to create a 4X strategy, modders can certainly shoehorn their characters into an existing one. That’s what has happened in […]