PC

COMMANDER’S LOG: SPACE TIME 9333333333333-[[[[[CHECKSUM ERROR:ℂlⓞ匚Ҝ’𝐒 B𝓸ⓁĻ𝓞𝓬ⓚ𝕤єᵈ}}#….[ Alice B: Oh no. I’m back here. It takes me a minute to work out where “here” is, but my hindbrain’s way ahead of me, already shuddering in revulsion. I’m in the bloody spider. Or rather, the gigantic vessel that looked like one. The name comes to my
0 Comments
I’ve been thinking a lot about “weird games” lately. When folks call things weird it seems to be a shortcut for saying, “this is different from what I usually experience, and was, therefore, unexpected.” Sometimes it is dismissive, sometimes it is contentious, sometimes ‘weird’ is worn as a badge of honour. In a past life,
0 Comments
Following the departure of chairman Shawn Layden, Sony has named Hermen Hulst, Guerilla Games’ director and co-founder, as the new head of Worldwide Studios and will be tasked to oversee software development across Sony’s 14 internal game studios. Guerilla promoted three people as co-studio directors: Michiel van der Leeuw, who was the technical director, Angie
0 Comments
Terry Bogard, the baseball cap-loving combatant from SNK’s Fatal Frame and King of Fighters series, is now available as a DLC fighter in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Nintendo also released update 6.0.0., which brings hero balance tweaks, item adjustments, and new spirits in the Vault. Battle Arena also received a number of new features, including
0 Comments
Have You Played? is an endless stream of game retrospectives. One a day, every day, perhaps for all time. Robocode is a coding game about telling your little robot exactly how to move, dodge, aim, shoot, and assess its situation so that it can destroy all opposing robots in the arena. It’s also a game
0 Comments
Digital subscribers to Game Informer can now learn all about Blizzard’s new slate of games announced at this year’s BlizzCon! Following last week’s cover reveal, our digital issue is now live to subscribers on web browsers, iPad/iPhone and Android devices. Individual issues will be available for purchase later today. You can download the apps to view the issue by
0 Comments
Developer: Frontier DevelopmentsPublisher: Frontier Developments Release: Out nowOn: WindowsFrom: SteamPrice: £35/$45/€45 Planet Zoo is a game where you can build your own zoo. It’s buggy, intermittently opaque, frequently saccharine, and – barring an eleventh hour miracle – it’s my undisputed game of the year. Because here’s the thing: it’s a game where you can build
0 Comments
The worthiest reticules of all time The best shooters endure. While other genres warp beyond recognition, there is something solid about the first-person shooter that makes it as dependable as a nice big AK-47. Maybe it’s the gung-ho simplicity – look down a barrel and pull the trigger. It’s as fun to fire a double-barrelled
0 Comments
During the opening ceremonies of BlizzCon 2019, Blizzard announced both a new game mode and expansion for Hearthstone, its premiere strategy card game. Focusing on the fierce winged beasts, Descent of Dragons will feature dragons from Azeroth’s storied history. The newest expansion features 135 new cards for players to experiment with, along with a new Hero Card featuring Galakrond.
0 Comments
For this issue, Game Informer is going big with four different covers. This year marks possibly the biggest BlizzCon in Blizzard’s history, showing off a multitude of high-profile projects. As a result, we’ve got an issue packed with exclusive deep dives and information on not one, but four different games. We visited the developer’s Irvine,
0 Comments
It’s Halloween! We’ve put the Hivemind Of Horror into a spooky jar of bubbling green liquid, and it’ll be pumping horror-themed articles onto the site today. Do you struggle with horror games? Me too. I could list exceptions. System Shock 2, or the good Aliens Vs Predator (even after months of playing it, getting caught
0 Comments
[embedded content] Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter Play as the beloved Victorian detective, Sherlock Holmes, as he uncovers the disturbing past of his adoptive daughter.  [embedded content] Final Station Part side-scrolling shooter, part train simulator, Final Station is a unique take on the popular zombie apocalypse where you transport survivors seeking safety.   [embedded content] Joy
0 Comments
Themed Game Product Have You Played? is an endless stream of game retrospectives. One a day, every day, perhaps for all time. It’s a name I’d come up with in a list of extremely generic titles for a joke. What were they thinking? Fantasy Wars is both about as generic as it sounds, and… that’s
0 Comments
Can’t Stop Playing is our monthly celebration of a game we’re loving. This time we have been buried under the pixel avalanches of physicsy roguelike Noita. Watch out for more articles on it throughout the month. Castle Shotgun has been ringing with the sound of spells, explosions, and squelching purple monsters thank to the chaotic
0 Comments
Death Stranding developer Kojima Productions has announced that the title is coming to PC some time next summer, and it’ll be published by 505 Games. Kojima Productions made the announcement via twitter, and currently there are no other details regarding any possible additional content or enhancements for the PC version. We’ll have our review of the PS4
0 Comments
If you’ve not been following PC games goings-on across the week, catch up on some of the big stories quick in our noncomprehensive Weekly News Digest. I’ve slipped in a few things we haven’t already posted about, and do also read The Updates Update for some of the week’s notable patches and updates. In this
0 Comments
Pack your thermals: Monster Hunter: World‘s Iceborne expansion now has a PC release date of January 9th, 2020. While console Monster Hunters got Iceborne at the tail end of summer in September, when the frozen land of Hoarfrost Reach might have offered welcome respite from the searing sun, it’ll be proper cold all-round for us.
0 Comments
The latest patch for Teamfight Tactics didn’t change a lot, but there is a bit of a resurgence of the Yordles Shapeshifters comp. So to that end, we thought we’d start again with the TFT best comps list for the current patch – 9.21. The TFT comps guide will have a list of the best comps in
0 Comments