Look, nobody said that the zombie apocalypse doesn’t have to be fun. There’s plenty for you to do while you wait to die of dysentery, such as MacGuyvering your very arsenal of weapons. In Dying Light, there are tons of those weapons, just waiting to be used. But to get them, you’ll need some blueprints, string, batteries, chewing gum and a midget corpse. Here’s how you can find all of that. Except for the midget corpse. I ain’t touching that.
SEGA was once one the biggest console hardware purveyors on the planet. In the 16-bit era, it very nearly dethroned Nintendo and its Super NES to claim the console crown. Since then though the company’s abandoned its console hardware – and it’s starting to look like the once prolific company may abandon consoles entirely.
Can you believe it? We’ve just clocked the first month of a new year in the face. January is dine, dead and ready to be buried this weekend, as we move into February. My most hated of months, because nobody ever accepts the true love that I have for my Hatsune Miku body pillow. You’ll see. You ‘ll all see that true love can conquer any prejudice!
In just under two weeks, Evolve will launch around the world. It's a game that's received critical acclaim and a ridiculous amount of hype. But not all games are for all people. Here is a rundown of the various game elements and who they might appeal to; hopefully, this helps you decide if it's the type of thing you might like.
I like the PlayStation 4 Dual Shock controller. It’s a helluva lot better than the PS3’s controller, a firm piece of plastic with some neat features. What isn’t neat however, is that damn lightbar. It’s a nice idea, but one in practice that has very little functionality beyond shepherding ships past dangerous rocks in foggy weather. Even with the latest firmware update providing an option to dim it, the Dual Shock controller still burns with the intensity of a star. But you can easily remedy that. Let me show you how.
Some days you get stories that you look at and think "yeah, that's not happening", and other days it isn't so clear cut. Looking at a rumor posted late last night, I was sure that I was reading a lot of misinformation seemingly straight out of Blizzard HQ. But looking at it again, it seems a lot of it could be true. Maybe. Ok, probably not. That includes a rumor about the final StarCrat II's release date.
I used to love watching Law and Order. I used to watch it on normal TV as a student because the Dutch TV stations would show a few episodes in a row, but it became even better when Netflix got all of the seasons - it's perfect background TV that you can watch, fall asleep or cook to and not feel like you really missed anything. They usually base episodes on real events, but this latest one might depict gamers in a way that they won't like.