Proteus, the 2013-released procedurally-generated exploration game developed by Ed Key and David Kanaga, tends to get gamers riled up as they often wonder: how do you win at Proteus?
Jack Wood continues his ‘LOVE LETTERS’ series with Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, explaining why the first GTA game that anybody plays is always one of their more memorable moments and why Vice City still stands above the rest.
EA Sports begin announcing the top 40 players on the FUT14 World Cup mode, who will light up the Maracanã?
Ash talks about Etsy and some of the sweet gaming merch that can be found on the site.
Being a newcomer to the golfing video game genre, much less one themed around the world’s favourite Italian plumber, I wasn’t sure what to expect with Mario Golf: World Tour. Thankfully, the game is still a blast.
Are video games art? It’s a question that’s been deliberated for years, but a definitive consensus has yet to be made. Our own Callum Graham delves into his thoughts on the age-old question.
The urban legend of Atari’s burial of millions of copies of the failed E.T. game and Pac-Man port appear to have been confirmed, after Major Nelson tweets evidence of the landfill’s uncovering.
Origamihero, best known as the guy behind the ‘A Game With a Kitty’ games, has released his free seventh iteration of the charming platformer series.
A game has to be something special to be marked as one of key early events in the latest generation console war, yet that is undoubtedly how Titanfall, for better or for worse, will be remembered. Now finally released, Titanfall is underpinned by the hopes and fears of worldwide gamers and company CEOs alike.
No pressure then, Respawn Entertainment.
It’s come as an unexpected hit, but unfortunately the FreeIndieGam.es blog (a blog dedicated to highlighting great free indie games) has shut its doors after two years of service.
Youtuber Spumwack has created what he hopes to be the most useless Minecraft creation ever made: a door that, aided by an intricate clock system, will only open in 1 googol years (a googol being one followed by 100 zeroes), after the universe will have likely ended.
Wherever there’s a fad, there’s sperm – and that’s just why the Flappy Bird game-making jam has already brought us two spermy alternatives to the sweeping fad.