News galore about Elite: Dangerous’ upcoming Horizons expansion today, including confirmation of multi-crew ships and custom faces.
The Prince of Kickstarter RPG Stretch Goals joins the Original Sin 2 writing staff.
Producers, artists, community managers, programmers and marketers have all left Cloud Imperium’s Star Citizen project in recent days.
Once more unto the breach: Tim dives head-first into Final Fantasy V, hoping that maybe this time it’ll be a decent port.
Well, that was bloody quick. Particularly for Valve.
Hold onto your bandwidth, folks: Dota 2’s 6.85 patch will be out very, very soon.
Peter sets up a PC training session for FIFA 16 to see whether it’ll run at a smooth 60fps out of the box this time.
Valve have announced that the first Dota 2 Major tournament will be held in Frankfurt, between 16 November and 21 November.
Lead your hordes of sweaty men to victory, with new commander Arminius.
Feeling perky about Fallout 4’s character development system? Bethesda hopes so.
The heartwarming tale of what might be Tim’s favourite game in a long, long, long time.
This week: More Undertale, Metal Gear Online thoughts, Hitman, “Instinct” modes, System Shock licensing, and weird DOTA 2-FIFA parallels.
The much-requested 3D editor for Arma 3 is now available to play around with in beta.
Eating irradiated food, shrugging off bullets, and more, thanks to the ever-ready power of Endurance.
Those hackers at Night Dive Studios have done it again, by re-releasing the original System Shock with a number of updates to make it work on modern PCs.
Hold, bold adventurer! For lo, the treasures of Sword Coast Legends must now remain buried until October. Or something like that.
Agent 47 has surveyed the December scene and decided he doesn’t fancy making the hit until later, in March 2016.
Max’s adventures in photography and time manipulation will (most likely) be wrapping up next month.