This special Xbox One / A Bathing Ape console, which I like very much, will sadly never be sold to the public. It was a piece of swag, used only as a "promotional gift" for an event in Hong Kong earlier this month.
Track: Say My Name (feat. Zyra) | Artist: ODESZA | Album: In Return
Mikhail Rakhmatullin is a Russian freelancer whose work has single-handedly brightened up my day.
It still irritates me that the Xbox One isn't backwards-compatible. From Red Dead to GTA V, there are old games I still own and still want to play, but because I don't have an Xbox 360 anymore (one died and I traded the other in for the XB1), they just...sit there.
Concrete Jungle is a game where you build a city. But not like you would in SimCity. You construct cities in Concrete Jungle by building a deck, like a card game. How did nobody think of this until now?
Valve doesn't seem too pleased that devs have made a group to upvote each others' games on Steam Gre
Valve doesn't seem too pleased that devs have made a group to upvote each others' games on Steam Greenlight . A rep said, "Clearly this is not the feedback we are seeking from Greenlight. We do track these sorts of things and folks 'going this route' will likely not find the results they may have hoped for."
It has kart racing. Kart racing! With adorable chubby faced characters. Valve has finally lost it—in a good way, mostly.
From head-to-toe, the only way this Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cosplay could have been any more authentic is if guimancreative had stacked on 30 pounds.
Pokémon Emerald looks a bit different when you corrupt the file you play on. That's not a bad thing, though.
The first time a Sim died on me, my surviving Sims circled the body and cried their eyes out. Personally, I didn't feel the need to mourn. I was far too fascinated by the fact that the Grim Reaper had turned up to take the Sim away.
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Mechanical keyboards. What, dear readers, is the schitnitz? Dare I say it, there is such a thing as the mechanical keyboard movement. Indeed, we’re now at the point where there’s significant debate within that community over various types of mechanical keyboard switches. Knowing your Cherry MX Red from your Blue and Brown absolutely matters. But what exactly is a mechanical keyboard, why is it rapidly becoming so revered by some gamers and should you pop out and pick one up? While we’re talking keyboards, are programmable keyboards with per-key full-colour RGB LED backlighting the next big thing? For answers to all these questions (at best), ride your rodents to the other side. … [visit site to read more]
I doubt the greatest fighters in modern martial arts will square off against Street Fighter or Dragon Ball Z characters any time soon, largely because of rights issues. Also some of the fighters in this equation are, you know, fictional. But oh what a fight card it would be.
Supergiant's wonderful action RPG Transistor is now available for Mac and Linux, developer Greg Kasa
Supergiant's wonderful action RPG Transistor is now available for Mac and Linux, developer Greg Kasavin announced today. Huzzah! If you need to refresh your memory about how great the game is, check out our original review .
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As Halloween approaches, do you find that your hunger for horror is increasing? Fear not. Or ‘fear a lot’, I guess. The first three chapters of The Evil Within are now available as a demo on Steam, with demo saves carrying over into the full game should you choose to purchase it. There’s also a 50% discount on the Season Pass and anyone who buys the game during this promotion, or has already bought it, will receive a copy of Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth.
Those first three chapters are a fairly good taster, with a bit of spooky stealth, a big setpiece and just enough freedom and trapping to show what’s coming later.
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The Talos Principle is a very clever, very calm creation. Which is a surprising new direction from Croteam, who have previously given us the splendid madcap frenzy of Serious Sam shooters. While clearly sharing the same fast-paced twitchy controls of the Serious Engine, and a similar design ethic of ruined civilisations, beyond this Talos is dramatically different. It’s a captivating first-person puzzle game, more influenced by Portal than Doom, with an intricate back-story questioning the nature of consciousness and personhood told through fascinating interactions with an AI. I’ve had a play of its first, extensive chapter.