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  • Switch off your Galaxy Note 7 immediately, Samsung says

  • LazyDan 11/10/2016

    I've had a Note 7 since it came out (I'm using it now,) and I'm pretty sure after all this time my phone isn't just going to suddenly expl Reply 0
  • First-person VR Pac-Man is as ridiculous as it sounds

  • LazyDan 24/09/2016

    I tried this with the Fallout 4 demo on Thursday, it does make you feel like a complete twat (and knackers you in the process.) Luckily my partner was filming it all which confirmed I looked like a complete twat. Also really nothing can prepare you for how slippery the surface is when you step inside it. Definitely recommend. Reply 0
  • 4-player co-op comes to Battlezone on PlayStation VR

  • LazyDan 15/09/2016

    Playable at EGX... If you managed to book a slot within the 4 seconds slots were available? Reply 0
  • Mario has an official Hot Wheels range

  • LazyDan 31/08/2016

    Those old box arts will always immediately stir my inner 7 year old and make me want whatever they're plastered over. I can't believe "should I get some hot wheels?" is a question I even have to contemplate. Where were these 25 years ago!? Reply 0
  • "We have to do better when we launch NX"

  • LazyDan 26/08/2016

    Thin on the ground. Thin on the ground? Thin on the ground. Reply 0
  • Chomping on corpses in single-player Divinity: Original Sin 2

  • LazyDan 22/08/2016

    105 relationship-straining co-op hours with my partner in the first one. Can. Not. Wait o plug an equal or greater amount into this. Definitely a case where more of the same would be more than welcome, but the oodles of new stuff will just be the A+ cherries on the A++++ cake. Reply 0
  • Disgruntled No Man's Sky players thrust Sony's PS4 refund policy back into the spotlight

  • LazyDan 19/08/2016

    In instances where players receive a refund, they will of course be able to re-purchase the game at later date and play.

    Is this part of some Jedi mind trick strategy?

    "Give me a refund"

    "No, look at our policy"

    "Your policy is crap, give me a refund."

    "You can have a refund if your claim is in line with our policy, but don't worry - you'll still be able to re-buy it later!"

    Reply +18
  • Classic Spectrum game Skool Daze gets official remake

  • LazyDan 17/08/2016

    Oh awesome, I was only revisiting the 'Back to Skool: Klass of 99' DOS remake a few days ago (which is excellent and still highly worth a look.)

    Definitely time for a modern version of this game. Mobile and tablet only signals bad things, but the screenshots look faithful (love the Spectrum logo on the dialogue boxes.)

    Can't wait to slap Einstein when he grasses me up for truancy for the 50th time again.

    EDIT: Oh god no, looking at enlarged versions of the screenshots... why do the characters look so ghoulish like something out of a Salad Fingers clip!?
    Reply +2
  • Fan-made Pokémon Uranium pulled after 1.5m downloads

  • LazyDan 15/08/2016

    @ShiftyGeezer @Binba42 They have a long history of everything to do with plumbing their classics - re-releases, emulation *and* remakes.

    Their very first example was a remake - Super Mario All Stars (those individual games also were then re-made again for the GBA.) They remade Mario Bros for the GBC, they've done various Zeldas (Ocarina of Time & Majora's Mask to 3DS, Wind Waker to Wii U - both were graphical do-overs with new content.) Kirby's Dream Land was upgraded and in Kirby Super Star, Pokemon Red & Blue got FireRed & LeafGreen on the GBA then again Ruby & Sapphire were remade in X&Y's engine as OmegaRuby & AlphaSapphire. There was the whole New Play Control! remake series for the Wii (Jungle Beat, Power Tennis etc.) NES Metroid got a 16-bit re-release on the GBA, as well as the waggle remakes of Metroid Prime for the Wii. Star Fox (N64 -> 3DS)... Even recent stuff - Wii Sports games were remade for the Wii U.

    I love that Nintendo are frequently criticised for opposing things ("Release a new Mario!" "Oh my god not another Mario, make new IP!"), and this I think is my favourite example of that (too many remakes/re-releases is the usual criticism).
    Reply -2
  • LazyDan 15/08/2016

    These Nintendo fan games (mostly am2r) show a market that Nintendo isn't fulfilling. Remakes of older games.
    Spits out drink

    Don't think I've heard that one levelled at Nintendo before
    Reply +14
  • Pokémon Snap releases on Wii U Virtual Console this week

  • LazyDan 15/08/2016

    Pokemon Go should've been based on taking good pictures like in Snap, rather than on capturing. Snapping multiple hundreds of pidgeys and so on makes a lot more sense than capturing them. Reply +1
  • Watch: We play No Man's Sky on PC locked to 4K 60fps

  • LazyDan 15/08/2016

    It really benefits from the smoother framerate. I regret getting it on PS4 rather than PC now.

    I also regret getting it, but that's a different matter. Seems the people who appreciate grind & craft mechanics like it, but it's a turd to everyone else. Bit galling because their initial footage showed super exciting cinematic action (i.e appealing to the latter crowd,) and not hours of firing a lasers at rocks and shuffling inventory slots.
    Reply +6
  • Pokémon Go player claims to have first ever legendary

  • LazyDan 02/08/2016

    @DanForinton The two leading theories are that it's either a move to trick radar apps which has backfired, or a botched implementation of Ditto.

    As an engineer, I would suggest: just a bug. Discrepancy between shown pokemon on map vs caught pokemon suggests they're really struggling with the map view right now, especially given recent google maps API changes and them temp removing the in game tracking.
    Reply -1
  • LazyDan 02/08/2016

    A recent server change introduced a glitch: after catching a Pokémon, the one you caught is sometimes randomly swapped out for a completely different one. I don't think it's been fully figured out yet, but at least Articuno as well as a range of other less exciting swap-outs like Arcanine have been chanced upon this way.

    Here's the reddit thread:
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  • Pokémon Go players erupt in anger after fan tools forced offline

  • LazyDan 01/08/2016

    I was hosting a modified alert chat bot myself, which is now dead because they've blocked API access from cloud hosting providers.

    Anyone who didn't think they'd kill these off was deluded - it was cheating, pure and simple.

    On the flipside, I have absolutely zero respect for Niantic:

    - Their head was quoted in an interview as saying he was disappointed people were pulling through the app data and figuring out their API.

    What an idiot. Did he honestly expect people wouldn't? Niantic are made up chiefly of ex-Google Maps and Google Earth people - I would've expected them to be at the forefront in knowing how to build and run a web service and application. "What about when people figure the API out" should've been one of the first edge cases they had to consider. Two changes on their side would've made scanners impractical: only reveal what pokemon is on the spawn point when you're in range of it (like in the game,) make spawn points randomly located, rather than fixed.

    - Their servers go down.

    Again, they are Google staff. I imagine them using Amazon Web Services would've been a faux-pas, but Google Compute Engine is also capable of auto-scaling servers, and rolling your own isn't hard with the right experise in house (again, they should have it.) Auto scaling is what keeps Netflix running, keeping the minimal server interactions from Pokemon Go alive is trivial in comparison.

    They're a small ex-Google team with $20 million of funding behind them, but they've produced an app that would be written off as a shitty china-made knock off had it not come with Nintendo and Google's name attached. The game shouldn't be as broken as it is or designed as poorly as it is. Them allowing for scanners in the first place through sloppy design then prioritising killing the scanners over the bot players, screaming bugs and poor design is the bitter pill to take, and it's really put me off the game.
    Reply +4
  • Watch: Six game worlds we'd really rather not visit, thank you

  • LazyDan 30/07/2016

    Thank you EG - I'm so unreasonably happy to see any mention and recognition of Rainbow Islands. My all time favourite game (grew up with the Spectrum version,) which is criminally underrepresented in retro world usually.

    But yeah, you wouldn't holiday there. A close representation of the dangers of Toy Island in real life would be Hamleys on Christmas Eve.
    Reply +5
  • Celebs named for Dara O Briain's Go 8 Bit TV video game show

  • LazyDan 28/07/2016

    I'm still skeptical that it won't be a sterile festival of BBC's post-Frankie Boyle/Brand+Ross safe comedy, featuring low effort jokes ("hur hur, do you reckon Mario actually DOES any plumbing?") and turning off actual gamers by constantly treating the audience like they've never heard of games before ("Street Fighter is a long running series known as a 'beat em up' where...")

    The obvious response to that last point is "how else is it supposed to appeal to non-gamers and get more people involved!"

    a) When gaming's a firmly established billion dollar industry, is getting your Nan interested in Metal Gear Solid really the noble goal every gaming TV show has to continually aim for?

    b) Match of the Day and Top Gear don't explain the basics of football every episode, or who Ferrari are. Top Gear quite famously gets on well with people who aren't interested in cars (or at least, it did before Jeremy got slap happy)

    I'm being pre-emptively sour and could be completely wrong in that this could finally be the gaming TV show to hit the right note... But this combination of names and the BBC doesn't give me much hope.
    Reply +27
  • Nintendo NX is powered by Nvidia Tegra technology

  • LazyDan 26/07/2016

    Oh man, this pushes my suspicion further - If the 'NX' isn't Nintendo Nexus as a mobile+tv stick hybrid in partnership with Google, I'll eat my hat. Reply +3
  • Steam gambling sites such as CS:GO Lotto banned on Twitch

  • LazyDan 14/07/2016

    Twitch bans people playing pirated games? Given that I watch plenty of speed runners doing their thing via emulation, I'm going to say they're not enforcing that evenly. Reply 0
  • There's a new Micro Machines!

  • LazyDan 14/07/2016

    Microtransactions will sap the soul out of any game, but Toybox Turbos was pretty soulless to begin with. Not a bad game taken on its own merits, but nowhere near as detail packed and varied as the old Megadrive games.

    Cartoon racers today (including this) have a horrible habit of going for the 'collect stars to continue' route, rather than the focusing on grand prix style competitions. Completely removes that animosity you'd feel towards your nearest AI rival, and makes it feel like you're not racing at all when you're just replaying the same level over and over to qualify for a 3 star rating/collect coins/whatever other grindy mechanic.
    Reply +11
  • Pokémon Go officially released in the UK

  • LazyDan 14/07/2016


    Catch 'em all. Literally them all. Even those Pidgeys and Rattatas are useful for the exp you get for evolving them after claiming enough candies. And exp means levels, and levelling up is the best way to catch stronger and better Pokémon. Save star dust for your favourites or for when you need to edge out a gym leader.

    Nothing will happen while the 'loading' Pokéball on the top left of the screen is showing. It is known as Pokéball of Doom. If it gets stuck spinning forever, restart the app.

    Keep hold of Lucky Eggs, save using them until you have a bunch of eggs hatching at the same time and save evolving any Pokémon you don't need to evolve until you have a Lucky Egg active. Evolving and hatching each give you nice exp bonuses, which are doubled with a Lucky Egg. Timing your incubations and evolutions around this can have you jump multiple levels at once.

    Pokéstops and Gyms are at specific points on the map, and so are Pokémon spawn points. So for instance, if a Pokémon ever appears over a particular bin in your park, then in future that bin will *always* be a spawn point. If you have a regular route (dog walking, commute, etc.) learn where specifically the invisible spawn points are, so you can hit them efficiently without being glued to the app.

    Sometimes spawn points are empty, they most frequently will have a common Pokémon for your area, and naturally will occasionally have a rare Pokémon for your area. The spawns rotate roughly once an hour, but no one's quite figured that out yet.

    If you switch out of the app without closing it, go into another app for a bit, then switch back to Pokémon, in a lot of phones your GPS will be screwy for a few moments and your avatar will end up walking in a wide circle around your current spot. Useful for snagging a Pokéstop or spawn point just outside of your desk/house's current location.

    You don't need to tap the bubbles to claim the items from a Pokéstop, just quit back out once they appear - useful for quickly snagging Pokéstops when you're a passenger in a car/train.

    Once you're in battle with a Pokémon, you're free to move to the other end of the Earth - the battle won't end with you going out of range, but can only end with you catching it or it running away. So if you're doing the GPS trick or in a fast moving vehicle, if you manage to just get in range of a spawn point, tap the Pokémon as fast as possible to get in battle with it.

    When you level up, you'll get items. You'll get these items even if you're at your storage limit, and it'll take you over. Be aware of that when you're near your limit and grabbing Pokéstops.

    CP level isn't the be-all-and-end-all - you can take a Pokémon several hundred levels above your own if your moves are super effective and theirs are not effective. The game uses Pokémon X & Y's type chart, but only has Red/Blue/Yellow (generation 1) Pokémon in it.

    Mew, Mewtwo, Articuno, Zapdos and Moltres can't be found, and there are suggestions there'll be special events held at specific locations to catch them (similar to Ingres' Anomaly events.) In addition, Ditto also can't be caught in game at the moment. has a complete list of which Poké hatch from which eggs:

    While Team Mystic is a fine choice, Team Instinct and especially Team Valor are for scrubs and should stay out of my territory.
    Reply +24
  • Watch: 6 unexpected side effects of Pokémon Go

  • LazyDan 11/07/2016

    Pokemon Go is both amazing and a typical mobile turd.

    The virtual-geocaching aspect of hunting around for Pokemon works really well. Trying to get the strongest version possible of your favourites by finding and catching multiples of them sounds wank, but turns out to be the charm.

    The Pokestops are genius: keeping you stocked up, tying the real world with the Pokemon one and also making you suddenly aware of all the cool minor sights in your area you never noticed before. Although one of my local Pokestops is a strip club, so there's that too.

    Finally, the possibility of being the Gym leader of a local landmark is super super alluring - definitely gives you the drive to find those 100 Magikarp you'll need to make a Gyarados.

    The only flaws are the many bugs, needing the app open and active in order to detect Pokemon and have egg-hatching steps count, and the action aspects. Throwing Pokeballs is clumsy and irritating, and the combat (limited to Gyms only) is just a confusing tap-fest. It feels like Pokemon, but it doesn't feel like Nintendo - for good and for bad.

    It's not even out yet and someone dropped a Lure round the back of The Oracle in Reading - a group of about 10 of us quickly appeared and were chatting away to each other, half embarassed, half impressed.

    When they improve some of the bugs and flaws, this very simple, relatively shallow game could be getting mentioned in game of the year articles. Imagine it at EGX this year.
    Reply +7
  • We need to talk about Pokémon Go's lure feature

  • LazyDan 11/07/2016

    We need to talk about these obnoxious fad-y 'We need to talk about..." headlines. I'm sure I'm not alone in preferring Eurogamer to be Eurogamer, and not Buzzfeed Games - Millenials Please Read Us Too Edition. Reply +25
  • Steam warns users against gambling site after YouTube stars discovered as owners

  • LazyDan 04/07/2016

    I love how the internet keeps giving us industries and every time it's a wild west of shady practices you wouldn't get away with in a similar setup offline. Internet advertising has skated through because it was traditional businesses doing the advertising.

    How do you effectively regulate a US-based video service with global reach (Youtube) to fit every country's rules, preventing people who have become celebrities on that service (these guys) from using manipulative techniques to advertise their online gambling business (their site)?

    It'd be like Ant and Dec using one of their TV programmes to encourage viewers into spending money to cast a phone vote in a poll where they'd decided the results anyway.

    What do you mean that's alreCANCEL POST
    Reply +50
  • What does Brexit mean for the UK video games industry?

  • LazyDan 24/06/2016

    Fuck today Reply +214
  • Mighty No. 9 gets off to a rocky start

  • LazyDan 21/06/2016

    Mighty No 9 is a strong reminder that a great game is rarely down to one person alone. Hopefully this will be the wakeup Inafune needs to realise that *he* was not the secret recipe for Megaman's success.

    I mean, Smash Bros has been the best representation of Megaman in 3D - that says something by itself.
    Reply 0
  • Nintendo announces seven new Super Mario series Amiibo

  • LazyDan 14/06/2016

    That guy at Wrestlemania will be pleased

    Reply +24
  • Nintendo confirms there is no female Link in Breath of the Wild

  • LazyDan 14/06/2016

    @rock27gr Because this isn't Shakespeare or any other sacred institution and there are a variety of people who would appreciate a break from the 'hero saves the princess' mould for a variety of reasons - boredom, being one. Reply -2
  • LazyDan 14/06/2016

    Stolen from twitter:

    what if link were...
    - a bunny: ok
    - a wolf: ok
    - a chalk drawing: ok
    - a girl: first of all, link is an established character, you can't ju

    ...Honestly the people in here, it would've been fine. I'm not fussed either way but I'd have applauded Nintendo's guts in making that choice.
    Reply 0
  • Five years on, Nintendo 3DS passes 60m sales milestone

  • LazyDan 10/06/2016

    As if the 3DS is 5 years old... I remember Iwata on stage at E3 announcing it after telling us how old the *regular* DS was and that feels like last year.

    Come on Nintendo, gaming is in one of its worst creativity recessions right now - whatever you're cooking, please make it good.
    Reply +6
  • Nostalrius team meets Blizzard and says company wants legacy WOW servers

  • LazyDan 09/06/2016

    Since WoW came out Blizzard has slowly polished away any in game system which allowed for emergent gameplay. Luring boss monsters or virulent plagues to cities? Acknowledged as fun, cut out. Having to interact with people in order to progress? Slowly but surely cut out, so progression is an exercise in button pressing.

    The thing is, people asked for it all at every step. Yeah bringing that boss to Stormwind was fun, but if it happened every hour of every day, people would get annoyed. Dungeon finder was a great relief when it turned up, and a much requested feature.

    They've spent all of WoW's life answering to what people want, and they're doing it again now that 'want' has come full circle. I wish they'd focus on allowing more emergent gameplay, which means having less control of each player's experience, but in that there's a balance they could find. I might initially want to just get into the city to hand my quests in, but the big monster lured into the city stopping me is actually quite exciting - as long as it doesn't happen every day. I think that's the essence of why people are really into vanilla servers, because there was more potential for shenanigans back then.
    Reply +2
  • EGX partners with Amazon for 2016 show

  • LazyDan 06/06/2016

    @Eternal_Lee perfect then! Reply +1
  • LazyDan 06/06/2016

    So have Amazon just booted GAME out (good), or does this mean we also won't see Turtle Beach, Asus, Razer, Nvidia stands (very very not good)? Reply +1
  • The UK's only video game TV show canned

  • LazyDan 06/06/2016

    Most of us here have been despairing at the gaming TV situation in the UK since childhood. Thank goodness for Youtube and Twitch which have finally come along and made the problem largely irrelevant.

    I've now gone from despair to looking forward to the day when a major broadcaster, way too late, realises that UK gamers could be a huge audience and try their best to coax us back from online, shortly before the entire broadcast medium becomes obsolete.
    Reply +23
  • Editor's blog: Introducing Eurogamer's new Guides Editor

  • LazyDan 31/05/2016

    And he's hot! Reply +9
  • Pac-Man 256 is coming to consoles and PC in June

  • LazyDan 24/05/2016

    This is such a good game, my partner and I were getting properly competitive over high scores on it earlier this year.

    I ended up buying it with a pack which gave us the Beam weapon - obscenely powerful, especially fully upgraded. We stopped playing when I reached an absolutely insurmountable score of 87,000. PS4 co-op will spark another 3 month long obsession no doubt.
    Reply +1
  • Nintendo's mobile Fire Emblem and Animal Crossing games will be free-to-play

  • LazyDan 11/05/2016

    The vast majority of Animal Crossing players I would imagine are the crowd who appreciate F2P mobile games, despite AC being enjoyed by more traditional gamers also.

    I wouldn't have said the same for Fire Emblem... Maybe the Final Fantasy mobile ports have been successful and Nintendo fancy a piece?
    Reply 0
  • Metroid Prime: Federation Force to roll up in September

  • LazyDan 20/04/2016

    "The game's multiplayer mode is another departure from the franchise's norm: it is a Rocket League-esque sports mini-game named Blast Ball."

    Wrong, wrong wrong.

    The game has 4-player co-op of the main campaign, which take the form of Left4Dead-esque romps through missions with vague or specific objectives (e.g. 'investigate the strange signals coming from the power plant on this abandoned planet.') Blast Ball is just a mode, and almost certainly not the main one.

    The unveiling at last year's E3 was cack-handed and made Blast Ball the main focus, but more information has been shown since then which makes it look much more fun. You'd only know that if you'd have, you know, looked. It is a shame it's being released so late and likely to take more time from this E3, but I guess this article shows why they have to use their E3 platform to make the increasingly passive gaming press aware there's more to it now.

    Here's a good video of the campaign co-op being played:

    Reply +6
  • 15 years on, Runescape now has a new graphics engine

  • LazyDan 19/04/2016

    Speaking as a person who always sneered at Runescape as being the pikey MMO kids played back in 2005 because they didn't have access to a debit card, this looks... like I want to play it? Reply +17
  • Surprise! Battlezone 98 Redux is out now

  • LazyDan 18/04/2016

    Oh my GOD, I've been bemoaning the lack of games like the '98 remake of Battlezone for ages, this is amazing. No other game did the RTS/FPS mix as well - and it should be huge as a genre, not extinct. I am right on this as soon as I get home. Reply +6
  • Here's the most streamed Spotify music on PlayStation

  • LazyDan 15/04/2016

    I guess this is a comment thread where people rag on chart music, pretend not to recognise names of people who've made worldwide headlines many times outside of chart success, then humblebrag about their own oh so not-mainstream taste in music.

    Groundbreaking stuff.
    Reply +9
  • Nintendo fires marketer after sustained online hate campaign

  • LazyDan 31/03/2016

    @MrTomFTW "And don't even think about victim blaming in these comments please. I'll just delete the posts. Go take it to a blog or Twitter or something."

    That's a bit oversensitive. She was victim of a horrible harassment campaign for whatever reason that crowd deigned her guilty for, but she put strong views on record while acting as a representative for Nintendo, nevermind the moonlighting.

    If an EG member of staff tweeted seriously about having strong anti-immigration views on their linked-from-the-site Twitter account it'd make EG quite rightly nervous. People like to act indignant like it's some freedom of speech issue, but the fact is it's modern common sense - while you represent a company, don't publicly and on record (i.e Twitter) express views your company wouldn't express.

    The mistake on her part is an age and experience thing, not a gender thing. The harassment is awful, but unrelated to her decisions and Nintendo's subsequent decision. To connect the two and imply Nintendo are at fault for not riding to her rescue in a personal matter and firing her during it for something else is super weak.
    Reply +131
  • Nintendo plays down claim it will end Wii U production this year

  • LazyDan 23/03/2016

    If the Wii U is remembered as another Gamecube (i.e. a console which undersold but housed some amazing games,) then that's not the worst thing. Reply +52
  • Dara O Briain's Go 8 Bit is the UK's next video game TV show

  • LazyDan 21/03/2016

    BBC and Channel 4 10 years ago: "There's no market for gaming on TV"

    Today: "Turns out gamers are spending millions of hours watching games on Twitch and Youtube, quick, commission something"

    Too little, too late. In 2007 it really used to bother me that there were no gaming related programmes on TV, but time and technology caught up with us super quickly. Today, I don't even have a freeview box plugged in, I get all my viewing needs online - and only a tiny amount of that is from the national TV catchup services (such as the BBC-commissioned, though online only and excellent Videogaiden.)

    At this point, can any of us really be arsed with another attempt which will almost certainly feature patronising pandering to a non-gaming audience and low effort jokes? I can hear it now:

    "Street Fighter is a long running beat 'em up series, where two opponents..."
    "Cor, Chun Li with those powerful legs *wink wink*"

    It'd be like if Match of the Day spent 15 minute segments explaining what Football is and how penalties work.
    Reply +13
  • Fable developer Lionhead Studios to shut down

  • LazyDan 07/03/2016

    Another knock to big budget genre diversity in gaming. Before long it'll be only indies making games outside of 3rd person 'action-adventures', first/third person shooters, left-to-right 2D platformers and MOBAs. Reply +7
  • The best Zelda games: Readers' choice

  • LazyDan 25/02/2016

    I'm convinced that if Nintendo re-released GBA/Gamecube mashup co-op extravaganza that is Four Swords Adventures for the Wii U+3DS it'd be on this list. I was lucky enough to get to play it with the full whack of four GBAs and players once, it was magical. Reply +2
  • Our best look yet at the promising Planet Coaster

  • LazyDan 26/01/2016

    Rollercoaster Tycoon 3 was the weakest of the first three, but this looks so good. I'd call this the spiritual successor to Rollercoaster Tycoon 2.

    Gutted, Atari.
    Reply -1
  • Fire Emblem: Fates controversial scene changed for Western launch

  • LazyDan 21/01/2016

    "In the version of the game that ships in the US and Europe, there is no expression which might be considered as gay conversion or drugging that occurs between characters."

    You know we're in the future when it's Nintendo releasing a sentence as an official piece of communication like that.
    Reply +20
  • The Witness costs Ł29.99, pre-orders now live

  • LazyDan 19/01/2016

    Christ, Braid is nearly eight years old. I remember this was announced almost straight after that came out. I'm thankful that the hype in that time's been subtle and sporadic, because it doesn't seem like as painful a wait as it obviously was. Reply +9
  • Best-selling Steam games of 2015 list has a few surprises

  • LazyDan 05/01/2016

    Even if it's only somewhat accurate, I'm chuffed to see Cities: Skylines doing so well on that list. A city builder without wank all over it still sells, fancy that. Reply +34