September has almost come to an end, which means October is right around the corner. Among other things, this means a new batch of free games will soon be available to those with Xbox Live Gold and PlayStation Plus subscriptions.
Welcome dear readers to week 39 of 2014, and our weekly snippets in which our writers pick their favorite news piece and release from the past week. This time, Peter edits the wizard, the knight and the thief, while Dave gets semi-gleeful over 3D exclusivity. Did any of that make sense? It will after you’ve read our picks!
Hey hey GM readers, and welcome to another installment of the App Wrap Up! I wish to apologize for this feature’s absence last week. The unthinkable happened in that when looking through the release trailers for iOS games, not a single one interested me. I guess it was bound to happen sooner or later, and while it did make me fear that the same might happen again this week, we have three trailers for your viewing pleasure.
Ah, Red Dead Redemption. Amazing game, that one. Doesn’t look like it’s getting a sequel anytime soon though, which could be why a bunch of fans have taken to revisiting it… in GTA Online! Or rather, they’ve remade key locations and/or modes using GTA Online’s content creator, which is pretty darn amazing.
Welcome dear readers to week 36 of 2014, and our weekly snippets in which our writers pick their favorite news piece and release from the past week. This time, Peter’s ready to wage war as ‘the unclean is purged’, while Dave wishes he could pick regional locks. Did any of that make sense? It will after you’ve read our picks!
Hey hey readers, and welcome to another edition of The App Wrap Up! I’ve got a smattering of app trailers to show off this week, including the new Angry Birds game. Yeah, I didn’t think I’d be including one of those but have a look at the trailer, and hopefully you’ll see why. Well, I don’t want to give too much away…
Commodore – Commpendium. I see what you did there. Cheesy puns aside though, Commodore 64: a visual Commpendium looks to be a mandatory purchase for anyone with an interest in the graphical side of everyone’s favorite 8-bit computer. Its games, that is, but I’m sure that’s what most used it for, anyway.
Took them long enough, eh? The Minecraft 1.8 update ain’t yet another of those minor ‘fixes this, changes that, nothing else’ patch, though. There’s something for everyone here, from builders to explorers, with banners, new door and fences variants, along with (white?) rabbits, because… wabbit season!
Because, we badly need more of those, right? No, we don’t. Not in the slightest, and definitely not as an Alone In the Dark game. Chances are it will be even worse than 2008′s train wreck too, although… that’d be quite an accomplishment. Suffice to say, I now have very low hopes for Alone In the Dark: Illumination.
Welcome dear readers to week 35 of 2014, and our weekly snippets in which our writers pick their favorite news piece and release from the past week. This time, Peter’s getting excited about going to Hell, while Dave delves further into 3D land. Did any of that make sense? It will after you’ve read our picks!