There’s a lot of stuff to love about being a gamer in 2015. Advanced graphics, state-of-the-art gameplay, integrated social interaction. But it’s not all sunshine and achievements. These are the six gaming trends that absolutely need to die. Immediately.
Welcome to Early Release! A series that covers games that are in available in early release form on Steam. Today’s featured game is the newest title from BitMonster Games, Grav, an action survival game set in space.
This time, on the Super Circuitcast, the gang discusses remastered re-releases of video games. Yes, Matt, Ryan, and Sean discuss the merits of such a practice. Also, Jen and Rami are there as well. Listen below!
The switch from an overhead camera to third-person isn’t the only change Hi-Rez brings to the MOBA community. Smite’s World Championships are now over (congratulations to Cognitive Prime for the win), and with it comes a massive influx of new players. If you aren’t on the hype train to Smite town yet, you should be.
It feels like every game ships broken these days, but in the case of these landmark titles, "broken" turned out to be a good thing. Here are 10 examples of bugs, glitches, and behind-the-scenes mistakes that turned games into iconic pieces of pop culture.
When the PlayStation 4 was unveiled, one of the most controversial changes was that PlayStation Plus, Sony's "premium" subscription service, would now be required for multiplayer games. Then everyone remembered that Xbox users have been paying for Live for years, and most of us stopped complaining.
In the roughly nine years since Kingdom Hearts II came out, Square Enix has released not one, not two, but four Kingdom Hearts games... and none of those were Kingdom Hearts III. They've even had time to completely re-release those games for new consoles. Come on Square, is Kingdom Hearts III coming out!? Oh, this year?