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Briefly: Supergiant’s wonderful action RPG Transistor is now available for Mac and Linux, developer Greg Kasavin announced today. Huzzah! If you need to refresh your memory about how great the game is, check out our original review.
Dayshot: In this rather mesmerising GIF, the creators of Witchmarsh, the (successfully) Kickstarted 1920s action RPG, show off some of the gun types you’ll be able to pick up in-game when it arrives on PC late next year.
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Concrete Jungle is a game where you build a city. But not like you would in SimCity. You construct cities in Concrete Jungle by building a deck, like a card game. How did nobody think of this until now?More »
It still irritates me that the Xbox One isn’t backwards-compatible. From Red Dead to GTA V, there are old games I still own and still want to play, but because I don’t have an Xbox 360 anymore (one died and I traded the other in for the XB1), they just… sit there.
I doubt the greatest fighters in modern martial arts will square off against Street Fighter or Dragon Ball Z characters anytime soon, largely because of rights issues. Also some of the fighters in this equation are, you know, fictional. But oh what a fight card it would be.
In the red corner… the heart, soul and PR Voice of Bethesda — and keynote speaker at this year’s PAX Australia — Pete Hines. In the blue corner, Magic: The Gathering’s Director of Research and Development, and ex-professional Magic player Aaron Forsythe!
This Saturday, at PAX Australia, these two are facing off against one another in a Magic: The Gathering contest for the ages. More »
Embodying a soldier has been a staple of video games for a while now. But, on November 14th, players will control the kind of ordinary citizen who the machines of war usually roll right over. Here’s what This War of Mine will look like when you play.
If you’re lucky enough to have a media badge at PAX, you get the chance to head into the venue an hour early. This time is best used scoping things out, getting your bearings, checking out a few things before the crowds get in. But my absolute favourite part of getting in early is getting to watch the exact moment when everyone else is allowed in. It’s like a goddamn stampede. More »
There are a few key things that keep PC gamers tethered to their desks, one of them being the awesomeness of having the “click clack” of a quality mechanical keyboard punctuate their gameplay. Impressive as they may be, laptops haven’t been able to replicate that experience… yet. MSI to the rescue!
Here’s an entirely plausible scenario: you are a human who enjoys video games, owns a PC and likes Star Wars. You’ve heard forever that Tie Fighter is something you should play, but a combination of necessary fiddling and the fact you couldn’t actually buy it anywhere mean that you’ve never tried it yourself.
As you are probably well aware PAX Australia is in full flow. I’m currently sitting in a corner trying to connect to Wi-Fi and bashing out some stories. Consider this a public service announcement: if you want to keep track on what’s going on at PAX Australia but couldn’t actually make it, there are actually a number of Twitch livestreams that’ll allow you to keep tabs on the show floor and watch a number of really cool panels. More »