Still got a copy of No Man’s Sky kicking around? Throw it into your PS4 this morning and you’ll discover the free V1.1 patch, also called the Foundation Update, is now live. This is a huge patch and brings a significant amount of changes, fixes and new modes to what has been the year’s most divisive space exploration sim. Continue reading No Man’s Sky drops huge new Founder’s Update
It’s always a bit an event when Valve’s Steam store drops one of their huge sales. As expected, there are deep discounts across a massive number of games from new releases to old favourites. Continue reading Prepare your wallets: The Steam Autumn Sale is on now
Up until now, it’s been understood that heroes in Overwatch were only capable of deploying a single ultimate ability. This all changed this morning when Blizzard released their new Developer Update, confirming that the character is about to undergo a substantial redesign. Continue reading Blizzard redesigns Symmetra, will become first Overwatch hero with two ultimates
I was in the minority when the original Dishonored came out back in 2012. When it seemed like the entire world was throwing roses at the game’s feet, I found it to be a competent if uninspired homage to the Thief series with a few superpowers thrown in. Dishonored 2 is certainly a better game than its predecessor in many ways, but it also comes with a set of entirely new problems. Continue reading Video Games Review: Dishonored 2 (PS4, 2016)
Wanna take Sombra for a spin? Of course you do. Lucky for you, Blizzard’s team shooter Overwatch is free all weekend and you can grab it right now. Continue reading Reminder: Overwatch is free-to-play this weekend
To say that I was not a fan of Watch Dogs would be a bit of an understatement. Despite its fantastic concept and an E3 showing that blew the doors off the show in 2013, the finished game was a dreary, by-the-numbers open world shooter that sold quite well but ultimately failed to engage. Ubisoft have come back strong from a first-game stumble before, however, and they’re putting that experience to work with Watch Dogs 2.
Watch Dogs is a 2014 open world action adventure title that, despite strong sales, largely failed to meet fan expectations. Hype for the game reached a fever pitch following a series of trailers that indicated a very different experience than the one the game eventually delivered. With its sequel, Watch Dogs 2, releasing tomorrow, we thought we’d go back to the original and see if we couldn’t think of ways to address its problems.
Continue reading Can I Pitch You Something? Rethinking Watch Dogs
Blizzard have announced the next expansion for their online card game Hearthstone during the BlizzCon 2016 opening ceremony. Mean Streets of Gadgetzan will be Hearthstone‘s fourth expansion, and the third add-on released just this year following One Night in Karazhan and Whispers of the Old Gods. Continue reading BlizzCon 2016: Mean Streets of Gadgetzan is Hearthstone‘s new expansion
After a months long ARG that has driven players and game sleuths mad with its endless puzzles, Blizzard have finally confirmed what we knew all along: that sneaky hacker Sombra will join the game in its next major update. Continue reading BlizzCon 2016: Blizzard finally reveals new Overwatch hero Sombra
The fourth annual PAX Australia convention got underway in Melbourne and we were there when the doors opened, ready to take it all in. Continue reading PAX AUS 2016: Day One Wrap Up