Rapture’s collapsing ideological dystopia provides a consistently-engaging backbone for this narrative-focused first person shooter.
One of Steam’s most content-packed games goes out with a bang.
A short hike becomes an at-your-own-pace adventure.
Maybe “normal” isn’t what we need right now.
An impressively-crafted fan mod manages to evoke the feeling of old Wizarding World PC games while maintaining its own modern identity.
It’s been an entire decade, and games have come a long way. Let’s revisit their journey together.
Game: The Outer WorldsMade by: Obsidian EntertainmentPublished by: Private DivisionAvailable on: Playstation 4, Windows, Xbox One A limited-length RPG set in the caustically-corporate Halcyon system, The Outer Worlds aims to be Obsidian’s spiritual successor to Fallout: New Vegas.
Note: Since writing this story, Blizzard has officially responded to the issue. ExLudico’s response to the response has been added below. In an interview with Taiwanese casters Virtual and Mr. Yee last weekend, the Chinese professional Hearthstone player Blitzchung offered a message of solidarity with the ongoing pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong. Speaking in Mandarin, […]
Meme marketing isn’t a groundbreakingly New concept for advertisers, and advergames go as far back as the movie tie-in titles of the pre-Nintendo era, if not further. Still, if there’s anything I expected to see on Steam’s “coming soon page” early this morning, it wasn’t I Love You Colonel Sanders! Even then, I assumed (naturally, […]
PC Gaming’s biggest sale is still its best, but it’s losing its charm. This year’s Steam Summer Sale started earlier this week, ushering in discounts on most titles across the PC gaming storefront. Accompanying this year’s sale is the Steam Grand Prix event, which is… confusing at best, something Valve’s since admitted, and they’ve changed […]