Category: Gaming

Shadow Of Mordor’s nemesis system is patented, which sucks

Monolith’s Lord Of The Rings games Middle-Earth: Shadow Of Mordor and Shadow Of War are fun action stealth ’em ups that deserve praise just for their combat. What really makes both worth mention though is

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Give us the time-travelling gal pal Assassin’s Creed TV show we deserve, you cowards

Every game and their dog seems to be getting a TV show these days. Just this week Crystal Dynamics announced a new Tomb Raider anime that will continue the reboot trilogy, but last year brought

Dead Cells: Fatal Falls’ launch brings a cute animated trailer

More Dead Cells isn’t exactly a hard sell (aha!), but that didn’t stop developers from going all out with a new animated trailer for the Fatal Falls DLC. It’s even relevant to the game, introducing

Furry martial arts RPG Biomutant gets release date

Biomutant caught our eye three years ago, with ambitious promises of being an open world, post apocalyptic action-RPG with a mutating protagonist who knows kung fu. Now it’s got a release date of May 25th,

AMD Radeon RX 6800 vs 6800 XT: benchmarks compared

AMD’s long-awaited Big Navi GPUs, the Radeon RX 6800 and RX 6800 XT, are finally here. But how do they compare performance-wise and which one should you consider buying when they finally come back in

The Sunday Papers

The Sunday Papers is our weekly roundup of great writing about (mostly) videogames from across the web. Sundays are for tucking yourself up in some freshly washed bed linen and feeling really good about it.

Mech Mechanic Simulator’s demo is a relaxing way to spend time with mechs

Mech Mechanic Simulator is a PlayWay joint, and it shows. PlayWay publish games like House Flipper and Car Mechanic Simulator, and if you’ve played or seen them, you know what to expect with this upcoming,

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