Finding my photographic muses and then taking nonstop pictures has suddenly become my favourite thing to do in The Sims 4.
Painful counterfactuals stalk even the best athletes.
I appreciate what it's trying to do, but I wish I had more time to enjoy it.
What’s incredible about Beyond isn’t all the new features - it’s how it shapes the game into something that feels like a real, living universe.
According to a Motherboard report, accidentally triggered Xbox voice commands resulted in audio recordings stored by Microsoft, which contractors could hear.
At one point players had to battle literal freaks on a leash.
'My Word Means Something': Indie Dev Elaborates on His Viral Decision to Reject Epic Store Exclusivity
“I wish there wasn’t a double standard and indie developers were given an equal opportunity to sell their games across multiple store fronts.”
'Winds of Magic' feels disconnected from the strong lore and ambient apocalyptic mood that guided previous additions to the game.
Ancestors opens with the developers promising to not hold your hand, and throughout the game that promise becomes very clear.
Eliza is a fascinating game about tech start-up culture and mental health. It also contains a devilish Solitaire game that I can’t stop thinking about.
New Game From the Developers of Her Story is an Unsettling Trip Through Stolen US National Security Agency Footage
Telling Lies is a disturbing puzzle with the potential to be different for everyone who plays it.
Holy crossover, Batman!
Bring back dynamic weather is just another step to adding some excitement to PUBG.
Oninaki comes out of the gate promising, but it doesn’t truly capitalise on its dark themes.
Damn, I’d love to play this hypothetical game.
Life is rough when your parents gave you the name “Dildo Face.” But why wallow in self-pity when you can engage in a little nominative determinism?