Category: Gaming

Cyberpunk 2077 patch 1.1 is out now

CD Projekt Red have released patch 1.1 for Cyberpunk 2077, the first of several updates and fixes that they have planned throughout 2021. Patch 1.1 is largely focused on stability, CDPR say, which they will continue

Resident Evil Village will release in May, comes with RE: Verse multiplayer game

The Resident Evil Showcase aired today with new footage of Resident Evil Village, a release date announcement, and a brief glimpse of a new multiplayer game called RE: Verse that will be bundled with Village.

Opera bought Game Maker to form the basis of Opera Gaming

On Tuesday, I reported on game development tool Game Maker being acquired by Opera, makers of the Opera internet browser. Opera have now officially announced the acquisition, saying that Game Maker would be paired with

Ocean’s Heart is out, uses this one extremely common key art composition I can’t resist

Ocean’s Heart is a Zelda-like, in the sense that it’s a 2D, top-down sword swinger in the vein of Link To The Past. That means you’ll never see the kind of vista that’s in its

Razer’s best gaming mice get big Black Friday price cuts

Almost all of Razer’s current gaming mice line-up are present and correct in Amazon UK’s Black Friday week sale today, with some – like the Razer Basilisk V2 and Razer Naga Trinity – dropping to

Have You Played… Chasm: The Rift?

Have You Played? is an endless stream of game retrospectives. One a day, every day, perhaps for all time. If you’ve heard of Chasm: The Rift, I salute you. If you haven’t, I don’t blame

Screenshot Saturday Sundays: lights out, power on, time for a suburban space party

Screenshot Saturday Sundays! Yes, the sound of jingling bells may be getting irrepressibly lounder on the horizon, but we can still take reprieve against the oncoming yuletide with a festive-free edition of lovely videogame screenshots.