pcgamer wrote a new post, Metro Exodus is bigger than 2033 and Last Light combined, on the site GoGame.com sometime ago
4A Games has said previously that Metro Exodus will be more open than the previous games in the Metro series, but it won’t be a completely open world like that of Stalker. For one thing, individual levels in Exodus will be much larger than anything seen in the previous games. The biggest outdoor level in Last Light was roughly “200 meters to 100 meters,” Prokhorov said,. That means everything from weapons, attachments, and other loot, to “frozen stories” that reveal more about the game world and
gamesradar wrote a new post, Netflix’s The Witcher show will have 8 episodes and film in Eastern Europe, on the site GoGame.com sometime ago
If you thought this Friday was going to be a quiet one then buckle up, Witcher fans. Lauren S. Hissrich, writer and executive producer on the upcoming Netflix adaptation just spilled all her Witcher tea in a series of tweets. There will be eight episodes, it’ll maybe be done by 2020 and only the pilot has been written so far. I know, I know, it may not seem like enough for you, but creatively, it’s the right call. The episodes can be tight, action-packed, rich in character and story, without lag
pcgamer wrote a new post, An Ohio university is offering Fortnite esports scholarships, on the site GoGame.com sometime ago
Ashland University of Ohio, the home of the Eagles, has announced that it will include Fortnite Battle Royale in its collegiate esports program, set to begin competition in the fall of 2018. The school said that its esports team “will be the first known collegiate esports program in the country” to add Fortnite to its roster. Ashland launched its collegiate esports program in February, when it announced Buchanan’s hiring. Other games offered in Ashland’s esports program include League of Legends
pcgamer wrote a new post, Side-scroller Aura of Worlds opens its ever-changing labyrinth next week, on the site GoGame.com sometime ago
After a stay in early access on Itch , Aura of Worlds will enter Steam Early Access on Tuesday, April 24, developer Cognitive Forge announced today. Cognitive Forge says they’ve made significant additions since Aura of Worlds’ Itch debut. The Steam Early Access build sports three types of procedurally generated worlds made from eight environmental themes, as well as 70 different enemies. You’ve got grappling hooks, most importantly, but also cloaking items, hackable turrets, portable light bridg
pcgamer wrote a new post, The life and death of EVE Online’s first all-woman pirate gang, on the site GoGame.com sometime ago
Mynxee has just had her first encounter with EVE Online’s most nefarious players: pirates. EVE Online also has a large transgender community, as far as I could tell. It was a good time to be a woman and a pirate, Mynxee says. They were adults, they had kids and jobs, they just couldn’t devote that much time to EVE Online. MynxeeWhen she returned nearly three and a half years later, she hung up her rogue cloak and started doing some serious good for EVE Online.
As much as we like Oculus Touch controllers, interacting with virtual environments using buttons and joysticks will never feel wholly immersive. But based on Oculus’ latest patented plans, Facebook’s virtual reality (VR) division wants to ratchet up the tactile realism to 11. In a pair of creepy-sounding but intriguing patents publicized today, Oculus is circulating its goal to create a “skin stretch instrument” that will sense how much your skin moves when picking up certain objects. The gears
pcgamer wrote a new post, Hollow Knight Lifeblood update now available, Gods & Glory DLC ‘coming together’, on the site GoGame.com sometime ago
Hollow Knight’s long-awaited Lifeblood update is now available, developer Team Cherry announced today. If you purchased the game through Steam or GOG Galaxy, it will automatically update. DRM-free GOG and Humble buyers will need to download an updated version from their respective storefronts. Lifeblood’s headlining addition is a new boss, but an existing boss has also been “seriously upgraded.” A medley of smaller fixes and extras are also included, most of which help catch the PC version up to
pcgamer wrote a new post, Daedalic Entertainment is having a weekend Steam sale, on the site GoGame.com sometime ago
German game house Daedalic Entertainment is holding a Steam sale, with prices reduced by as much as 90 percent. Point-and-click adventure fans should probably give it a look—that’s what Daedalic is known for—but as the saying goes, that’s not all. Shadow Tactics, which we scored 92/100 in our 2017 review, is half price ($20/£17.50/€20), as is the more recent and also very good The Pillars of the Earth ($15/£13.50/€15). A few that I would recommend:There are also some good deals on big bundles, i
With the sudden news of Ben Brode’s departure from Blizzard , today feels like a good time for me to repromote this profile charting his unstoppable rise, from January this year. As our writer Luke Winkie noted at the time, these days every major developer wants its own Ben Brode. Brode has always been prepared to front up for what he believed in and explain the team’s thinking. Our feature also describes how Brode only wanted to do the management thing on his terms, which meant being completely
pcgamer wrote a new post, Edmund McMillen’s next game, The Legend of Bum-bo, gets its first trailer, on the site GoGame.com sometime ago
The Binding of Isaac creator Edmund McMillen first teased The Legend of Bum-bo in March 2016 as a “turn-based puzzle RPG thingy that’s randomly generated,” and this January confirmed it had been delayed to the second half 2018. Today, McMillen and co-creator James Id revealed the first trailer for Bum-bo in a Tumblr post outlining the gist of the game. The Legend of Bum-bo features a papercraft aesthetic, but its general vibe is reminiscent of The Binding of Isaac. McMillen says these similariti
techradar wrote a new post, Can this app pace your perfect race at the London Marathon 2018?, on the site GoGame.com sometime ago
Going into the London Marathon this year, I now know two things: I’m not great at converting speed in a 10K into a good marathon time. So when I heard about Pace-Man, an app that could predict your time based on Strava efforts, I wasn’t really that bothered. That ability is pretty similar to the FiveThirtyEight online that gave me a slightly slow marathon time. “What we’re hoping to do [in the Marathon] is validate the system,” adds Doherty. “It may be that it’s too late to use this app for the
pcgamer wrote a new post, Through the Ages is a superior civilization-building game, on the site GoGame.com sometime ago
Through the Ages is perhaps the most beloved board game in this genre. I remembered playing the board game fondly, if through a haze of sleepless convention thought, and gave it a shot. Each turn in Through the Ages, you must develop your civilization with a limited handful of actions. Through the Ages uses these limited choices and opportunities to focus on grand sweeping movements in society, rather than a hex-by-hex view. Each game forces you to deal with what opportunities chance serves you—
pcgamer wrote a new post, Blizzard accidentally revealed that Overwatch’s Horizon Lunar Colony map is getting a major rework, on the site GoGame.com sometime ago
Horizon Lunar Colony is one of Overwatch’s most-hated maps. For starters, it’s an Assault (two capture point) map, the gametype that “everyone hates” due to the incredibly close defenders’ spawn location. It looks like Blizzard has taken notice, as a map rework is currently underway, dramatically changing the potential attack and defense avenues surrounding each point. Here’s a video flying through the updated map on the current Overwatch PTR:Interestingly, these changes weren’t actually intende
pcgamer wrote a new post, Agony, the horror game about salacious demons in Hell, has a new release date, on the site GoGame.com sometime ago
I’m still iffy on Agony. But it would be easy enough to say basically the same thing about, for instance, Amnesia—”Oh, you’re touring some guy’s mansion, how bad could that be? My hope is that Agony will deliver in the same way: unexpectedly, brilliantly awful. Unsurprisingly, Developer Madmind Studio recently announced that it had to tone down some of Agony’s content to avoid an AO (Adults Only) rating, which would have prevented its release on console. Those of us on PC will be able to enjoy t
It’s easy to feel under pressure and fall behind with your work when you have so much to do, but task management software can help keep things under control. To ensure that task management procedures are effective, project managers must consider the priority, deadlines, recurrence, aims and resources of projects. However, through technology, firms are able to simplify the task management process and cut through red tape and time-consuming bureaucracy. An affordable task management toolStreamline
pcgamer wrote a new post, Valve loses final appeal in Australian lawsuit, on the hook for $2.4 million fine, on the site GoGame.com sometime ago
Australia’s High Court has upheld a ruling against Valve in a lawsuit filed against it in 2014 by Australia’s Competition and Consumer Commission over the lack of a refund policy on Steam. The ACCC won the suit in 2016, and came out on top again a year later when Valve’s first appeal was dismissed. Valve implemented a refund policy in 2015, but the suit was filed in relation to the years prior to that. In December 2017, Valve applied for special leave to appeal the prior Full Federal Court denia
techradar wrote a new post, Frustration be gone: this robot will build Ikea furniture for you, on the site GoGame.com sometime ago
Teaching robots to assemble Ikea furniture is considered a major milestone in the robotics field, and CRI wasn’t the first to achieve it. Back in 2013, MIT professor Ross Knepper built IkeaBot, an AI-based robot that could assemble furniture without needing blueprints or specific instructions. In the report, the group projects that the robot will be programmed with a construction sequence for each Ikea catalog entry. Being able to tell your personal construction robot, “Okay, build my Brusali ta
techradar wrote a new post, Huawei’s Honor MagicBook is a MacBook Pro-like laptop on the cheap, on the site GoGame.com sometime ago
Huawei has been hot on making waves in the mobile computing world, especially with its Huawei MateBook X Pro. This 15-inch laptop may lack the MateBook X Pro’s barely-there bezels, but has a normally-placed webcam as a result. In fact, this laptop will be more powerful than an entry-level MacBook Pro at 13 inches while costing hundreds less. Throw a claimed battery life of 12 hours on top of it all, and the MagicBook begins to look like a mighty strong MacBook Pro competitor – at least the 13-in
pcgamer wrote a new post, Grab a Zalman mechanical keyboard with Cherry MX Red switches for $40, on the site GoGame.com sometime ago
If you are and want to upgrade to a mechanical keyboard, first off, solid choice. Secondly, you don’t have to spend a ton of money on one—Zalman’s KM-K700M is just $40 on Newegg today. Zalman’s keyboard uses Cherry MX Red key switches. They’re also fairly quiet (see our guide on mechanical key switches for more info). It also features various lighting effects, a frameless design, and a set of dedicated gaming/macro keys, that last bit being a rare amenity in this price range.
gamesradar wrote a new post, Hearthstone game director Ben Brode is leaving Blizzard, much to the shock of the community, on the site GoGame.com sometime ago
In a heartfelt post on the Hearthstone forums, game director Ben Brode has announced (out of nowhere) that he’s leaving Blizzard Entertainment to start a new company. “After 15 years at Blizzard and almost 10 years working on Hearthstone, I have made the incredibly difficult decision to embark on a new journey,” Brode writes. “I am very fortunate to be able to take a crazy risk right now in my life, and I’m excited to be scrappy and a little scared. It’s hard to imagine what Hearthstone will loo
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4A Games has said previously that Metro Exodus will be more open than the previous games in the Metro series, but it won't be a completely open world like that of Stalker. For one thing, individual levels in Exodus will be much larger than anything seen in the previous games. The biggest outdoor level in Last Light was roughly "200 meters to 100 meters," Prokhorov said,. That means everything from weapons, attachments, and other loot, to "frozen stories" that reveal more about the game world and
As Luke Winkie wrote earlier this week, Fortnite may dominate the battle royale scene in the west, but it's not on top of the world. It's hardly a stretch to assume that this means Fortnite will launch in China next week. PUBG has managed, but Fortnite may not have the same momentum it did in the west: consoles aren't big in China. For some fascinating insight into Fortnite's chances in China, Luke wrote about it earlier this week. Or... it could have nothing to do with a China launch at all, as
This week's PUBG event, dubbed Metal Rain, takes us to Erangel, where eight-player squads (up to 12 squads in total) get to fight over flare guns hidden throughout the map's usual loot locations. And no, you won't be fighting with the flare guns, that would be silly. The flare gun spawn spots won't be fixed, so the event won't devolve into a desperate sprint to a series of hotspots. If the flare gun is shot inside the safe zone, care packages will be dropped, but if you shoot one outside of the
Netflix has already changed the way people think about films and television, giving its subscribers the ability to stream prestige shows and blockbuster movies from the comfort of their homes, but could it also be looking at bringing the theater experience back to its glory days? According to a report by the Los Angeles Times, the streaming giant has been looking into starting its own theater chain, giving movie buffs the opportunity to experience its Netflix Originals on the big screen. The rep
While the eBay apps for Android and iOS have long had the function of barcode scanning, the latest addition moves beyond simple identification of products to a feature that should make the selling of products process a breeze. Instead of manually entering in data, descriptions and images of your item, once you’ve found the appropriate product via the barcode scanner or search, it will autofill all this information. This includes product images, a basic description, and a starting price to help y