By using your own custom-built Titanfall Eject Button. It's not just one of those big red buttons you can buy everywhere, but one that was created and programmed for one purpose only: To help you leave your Titan in the coolest way possible.
If you're short on time, the short version: you control the construction of a flying space station by cobbling together pieces of space junk, repurposing them into living quarters, propulsion systems and the like.
Open-world survival horror game The Forest is coming to Steam Early Access on May 22. I usually stay away from horror games but this one looks so good, I might just give it a try. When there's plenty of light and everyone's awake. Video within.
Recently, a family member of mine has been grappling with dementia. If you've ever been in that position, you know what it is like to see someone you really love erode and deteriorate, how difficult it can be to bear.
It's been nearly two years since we first saw Armello, an Australian game that I said at the time was like Game of Thrones, only with animals. Two years of development since that impressive debut trailer have led to a game that doesn't just look great, but sounds great too.
"The pattern is always the same," video game designer Pawel Miechowski told me recently. "People struggle for food, soap and medicine. They trade liquor or any alcohol for bullets or any weapons. That's what happened in Sarajevo." That's what happens in cities wracked by war. That's what will happen in Pawel Miechowski's most unusual war video game.
This is Mark of the Old Ones, a physics adventure-platformer with a Lovecraftian twist in which you're some sort of a tentacled abomination. Watching the trailer I'm reminded more of Gish than anything. A really pretty, horror-themed Gish. It has an ongoing Kickstarter campaign, if you're interested. Video within.