Do you have friends who won’t indulge in video games? Are you the only one in your relationship who thinks a great date night is comprised of yummy snacks and (even yummier) level grinding? That should change, that can change and that will change, my friends. Read on to find out how.
Valve has officially announced a controller, called the Steam Controller, that is currently in development and will be released next year. The Steam Controller will be compatible with Steam machines as well as PCs. Prototypes of the controller will be available to beta testers later this year.
Child of Light is undeniably gorgeous. While many of Ubisoft’s games have been beautiful, Child of Light‘s beauty emanates from somewhere entirely different. In fact, Child of Light is the antithesis of Ubisoft’s AAA titles. This playable painting will usher in a new era for the AAA game studio Ubisoft and, with a little luck, rejuvenate the declining JRPG genre.
Earlier today, Valve announced SteamOS, a Linux-based operating system that will provide the Steam gaming experience on your television.
Hyper Light Drifter is a vibrant new indie game that has already far surpassed its original funding goal on Kickstarter. Resplendent with neon and nostalgia, it has charmed its way to nearly $300,000.
Deep Down is one of the most exciting games we’ve seen from TGS thus far. (I mean, look at those particle effects!) But, what is it? Apparently, it’s an online dungeon crawler set in futuristic New York. Wait, what?
I’ve been nominated for my first award! I’d like to thank the illustrious John Heatz for nominating me for the Liebster award! Liebster means something like beloved in German, so it’s nice to know I’m appreciated in the blogosphere (the most respected of all spheres, might I add).
Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons is a heartfelt tale that’s more unique, more beautiful and much darker than you expect. It’s a short but (bitter) sweet journey that leaves an enduring impression. Final Score: 8.5/10