Gaming

State Of Decay 2 Dev Talks Larger World, Co-Op, Griefing, And More A sequel to the hit zombie game State Of Decay 2 was announced last summer for Xbox One and PC. Since then, developer Undead Labs has shared a lot of concept art, but has not said much about what fans can expect from it. […]

Oh blimey. Hello Games is releasing the Path Finder update for No Man’s Sky [official site] today. Alice? ALICE? ALIIIIIIIICE? Alice, there doesn’t seem to be a bicycle but there are a selection of planetary rover-type things called exocraft. No bells as far as I can tell, though. There’s also the potential to visit other […]

Nintendo Switch sales are double Wii U, but Horizon Zero Dawn is new UK number one Horizon Zero Dawn – considerably more than zero sales It’s a been a very busy week for video game sales in the UK, as Horizon Zero Dawn becomes the biggest new game of the year. Horizon Zero Dawn has beaten […]

Bolivia Taking Legal Action on Ubisoft of Ghost Recon: Wildlands? Bolivia is not exactly thrilled about the country’s depiction in Ubisoft’s new shooter Ghost Recon: Wildlands. Reuters reports today that the Bolivian government has filed a formal complaint over the country’s portrayal in the game as an “area controlled by drug traffickers.” “Interior Minister Carlos […]

  As Mass Effect: Andromeda nears its March 21 release date, developer BioWare has been releasing a series of videos detailing different aspects of the game. This week’s video is all about exploration, which seems to be a bigger focus in Andromeda than any previous Mass Effect game. The video notes that there are over […]

Reviews

There’s always been something voyeuristic about sniping in video games. With a powerful rifle in hand, you’re perched in some bombed-out tower overlooking a Nazi-occupied town, your crosshairs fixated squarely on the head of an enemy soldier as he strides along his designated patrol route. He has no idea that with one pull of the […]

Few could have predicted that the niche “social farm simulator” genre would become a hotbed of competition in 2017, but thanks to trademark shenanigans and the surprising success of indie favorite Stardew Valley, that’s where we are today. Publisher XSEED Games is once again looking to capture part of the audience for these charming life […]

From its mysterious opening to its action-packed conclusion, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is a revolution for Nintendo’s revered series. It’s both a return to form and a leap into uncharted territory, and it exceeds expectations on both fronts. The game takes designs and mechanics perfected in other games and reworks them […]

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Hardware

Nintendo’s new console is out this week, but is it worth the money and what’s going on with the online features? Nintendo’s brand new console is set to be released on Friday 3rd in the UK, and at £279.99 that’s a purchase that no one will want to make lightly. We’ve already described the Switch […]

Will AMD Better Intel Once Again This Year? Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ:AMD) is giving both NVIDIA and Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) a run for their money, as the latest market share numbers for graphics processing units (GPUs) and central processing units (CPUs) indicate. Jon Peddie Research shows that AMD’s overall GPU market share — including both discrete […]

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