Monthly Archives: October 2014

Enderal: The Shards of Order — Skyrim mod review


Playing Skyrim in November 2011 felt like joining an expedition into the unknown. We were experiencing strange things for the first time and excitedly sharing them. Rumours abounded. Was there really a headless horseman on the roads around Whiterun at

Quadrilateral Cowboy review


NEED TO KNOW What is it? A puzzle game in which you use hacking equipment to commit heists.Developer: Blendo GamesPublisher: Blendo GamesReviewed on: Windows 10, 8GB RAM, GeForce GTX 970Multiplayer: None, but there are leaderboardsLink: Official site  Quadrilateral Cowboy is

Puzzle platformer Little Nightmares is as cute as it is terrifying


Do you remember Hunger? You know, the sidescrolling “suspense adventure” puzzle platformer that Shaun suggested was more like Silent Hill than other genre similars? Well it’s been renamed Little Nightmares, it’s set to arrive in Spring of next year, and

Overwatch could be getting a free trial mode


Overwatch is not free-to-play but, if dataminers poking through the patch that recently hit the PTR are correct, a free trial mode of some sort may soon be available. Three strings relating to a free trial have been dug up, according

You can play Overwatch’s first new map on the PTR right now


Last week at GamesCom, Blizzard revealed the first new map coming to Overwatch, called Eichenwalde. A huge German castle and the site of a massive battle during the Omnic Crisis, Eichenwalde is a hybrid map where attackers must first capture

The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker: a ‘Lovecraftian FMV murder mystery’


The surprise renaissance of the FMV adventure continues with *deep breath* The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker, a game whose premise gets more intriguing by the word. That’s because Dekker is a “Lovecraftian FMV murder mystery”, missing only ‘roguelike’ and

What the hell did Goat Simulator become when we weren’t looking?

To say Goat Simulator has gone off the rails isn’t exactly fair, given that I’m not sure it was ever affixed to the rails in the first place. This is a game, in case the name didn’t give it away,

The Division 1.2 update is out now, full patch notes released


Ubisoft Massive rolled out a major update for The Division earlier today in the form of patch 1.2, otherwise known as Conflict. In addition to a new Incursion, new gear sets and more, the update makes some sweeping changes to

MSI uses mini


MSI is proud as a peacock over a new overclocking record it set using its own Z170I Gaming Pro AC motherboard. The company sent us details along with links to screenshots showing it was able to take a single stick

Asus launches record breaking ROG Rampage V Edition 10 motherboard


Asus is celebrating the 10th year of its Republic of Gamers (ROG) division with a new flagship motherboard based on Intel’s X99 chipset. It’s the ROG Rampage V Edition 10, a decked board for Haswell-E and Broadwell-E processors that’s already