Corpses, man, what are they good for? You’d probably say absolutely nothing, but you’d be wrong. Corpses have quite a lot of uses, and you don’t even need to be a cannibal. You’d be amazed at how often a dead body that’s just lounging about can save your bacon, or get you where you need […]
There are many reasons to love a video game. Maybe it has great gameplay that never ages, like Unreal Tournament. Maybe it has a great sense of humor, like Monkey Island. Maybe the settings, characters and story are so out of left field you can’t help but to love them, like Anachronox. And then there […]
It’s been almost 30 years since the release of Metal Gear for the MSX2 computer. Almost three decades where Hideo Kojima has tried to make a progressively better game, grander, and with a cultural value that will loom upon the world, shaping minds, changing ideas and provoking discussions. Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain should […]
Rollcage Stage 2 is one of my favourite combat racing games. Dating back from the tail end of the Playstation 1 era, and battling Need for Speed 5 in net-cafes for the title of best racing game, it had a neat idea, cars with two sides that went so fast they could be driven on the […]
The idea that Bungie had was to make an action game heavily inspired by anime. Namely, by Ghost in the Shell. It even had its own kick-ass intro made in that awesome style that every cinematic in Myth 2 had. Only the intro, though. And, well… the about 12 seconds of outro the game had. […]
Video game and CGI characters are about to look a hell of a lot better, thanks to a new technique developed by the Institute for Creative Technologies of the University of South Carolina and Imperial College London. At this year’s edition of Siggraph, the team has demonstrated Simulated Dynamic Skin Microgeometry, a method that allows […]
Severance, that's a name that was visceral before marketing decided that “visceral” was a neat buzzword. It was known in its full name as Severance: The Blade of Darkness, or Blade: The Edge of Darkness, depending on where you're from. With such a title, you get the sense it had a lot to do with darkness and blades, and it did.
You know you’ve run into this same problem again and again, and again. You’re out strolling through the parks, minding your own business, gazing upon the beauty of nature, and then BAM! You died because you forgot how to breathe. Well that stops now, thanks to a new device on Kickstarter called “Remember to breathe”.
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