My dad was the Thegn and now he's very much dead. You know what that means - time for a Viking MAAAAKEOVER!
In Tyranny the bad guys have won and you're basically Judge Dredd. Okay, so there aren't any perma-frowns in the character creation menu. And you don't come across any rad reflective visor helmets with garish color schemes. Still, fantasy Judge Dredd.
After checking in on Star Citizen we weigh the relative values of Laundry Day Goku and Large Beef Man on Motorcycle.
People are always asking me to write more One Sentence Reviews. Well, here you are, and I hope you've read The Monkey's Paw.
When your character slows down and puts his finger to his ear during a conversation with someone on comms, you can feel an enormous coarse finger clumsily brushing against your actual ear.
These are flying insects?! Why is this happening?! Did you tell your wife?!
The most revolutionary item of gamer clothing since No Man's Tie, maybe even since Sunset Overalls.
In Quadrilateral Cowboy: My body is a box. In reality: My body is a roughly human-shaped source of shame.
Stop the politically correct censoring and put naked ladies back in all the games. Even Excitebike. Especially Excitebike.
You just finished Super Mario Bros. on the NES. You loved it, and are on the lookout for similar games. Luckily for you, we've scoured every known database of video games for other titles you might enjoy.
New Star Trek Actor Anton Yelchin Dies At 27 (Game of Thrones Spoilers Within)
Beautiful, extra-durable new exterior. Blow on it all you want, it probably won't dent!
Today I look at Descent, the new app that makes it better, and expansions like Mists of Bilehall, Labyrinth of Ruin, Lair of Vomitgulp, Manor of Dryheave, and Shadow of the Lair of Ruined Barfberg.
(In a business suit, with slicked back hair, speaking into a gold-plated pager) Buy!
Black Desert Online is a Korean MMO with a cash shop for pretty virtual outfits. Chess is the world's most popular strategy game, played with a physical board and pieces. But the similarities end there.
The game's not quite what I imagined. Instead of scouring a dungeon by torchlight, you briskly jog through it, your party members politely nodding as they power walk in the opposite direction.
As always, the bosses in the latest Dark Souls are noble, tragic, and feature glowing double damage weak points.
What if you had a chance to interview some of gaming's most prominent figures, but could only ask each of them one question? You'd make that question a good question? Oh. Huh. Sort of wish I'd thought of that.
Look, frightened villagers, I'd really love to save you from these rampaging bandits. The thing is, I want to take my time and see if I can't find a magic crossbow or a gloriously armored standard bearer in your cupboard.
Firewatch has exploration and all sorts of items to interact with, but it's not an open world or survival game. Traversal and Metroid-like map progression are prominent, but you're a chubby guy pushing 40 who grunts while stepping over a log.
Give the wood plank to the ogre twin on the left. He will comment, "I cannot do anything with that item". Repeat this process. On the thirtieth attempt, he will cast a magic spell on the plank, turning it into the red keycard.
Could the "Star Marine" module of "Star Citizen" possibly be canceled?