As if the PR chasm of bad reviews and crude remarks wasn’t enough, Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford stands by his company’s game. He had this to say to Eurogamer: I don’t know if you’ve played Duke Nukem Forever. It’s awesome. I’m shrunken down and I’m running through a hamburger restaurant and I’m jumping across vats [...]
Disclaimer: To all those who actually care about buying this game. The score will tell you nothing. Nada. Zip. Zilch. This game happens upon one of those rare occasions where there is so much to say, and so much that is left to the player’s interests that a score is meaningless . This is one [...]
Despite its name, Ship Simulator Extremes is not extreme in any way. Unless you’re talking about the extreme loading times, extreme lack of music, extreme rides to the middle of nowhere and the extreme boredom I felt while waiting an extremely long time for the fun part to come.
There’s nothing quite like beating a mission in Human Revolution. While I couldn’t get into the original, the sequel provided choice and customization of mission approach like no other. In short, it’s very good. And in short short, it’s on sale. Currently, the entire Deus Ex pack (which includes the original, Invisible War and Human Revolution) is 75% off on Steam, and [...]
It seems Valve is taking its innovative take on the industry to the classroom. The critically-acclaimed Portal 2 will soon be used to help children develop skills that they will use for the rest of their lives. The recent TeachWithPortals.com blog post writes: Welcome to the new, free educational collection of puzzles and teacher-created content from Valve’s [...]
I was excited for The Line. As a huge fan of the Rainbow Six: Vegas series, the initial spotlight seemed to shine from that end, but with the promise of moral complexity to back it up. Our own Stephen Weaver just posted his preview the other day, and while it touches on the issue at hand, [...]