Right now the human race is pondering ways of achieving ways to leave our solar system and colonize other planets. Theories on how to terraform Mars or to set up a base on the moon are thrown around constantly. Despite the fact that we’ve yet to sort out our own planet, we already want to travel through space and seek out new planets and life. Stellaris, the new strategy game from genre veteran Paradox, lets you take control of humans or an alien race who embarking on their first forays into the universe, guiding them through the process of setting up a galactic empire, building a military, colonizing new planets, researching powerful technology, handling diplomacy and declaring way. It’s big and flawed and sometimes ugly, but at its core Stellaris is a compelling experience.
A slip up on Konami’s official UK page accidentally revealed that Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain and Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes will both be coming to PC via Steam at some point. This accidental reveal occured merely half an hour before Konami’s Gamescom conference, where […]
The free-to-play market is one I usually avoid, wishing wholeheartedly to remain free of its potentially corrupting influence. On a more practical level there’s so many free-to-play games getting released that I could never hope to keep up with them all, and I wouldn’t even know where to […]
Just days ago it was revealed that Machinima partners were being offered extra money to advertise the Xbox One in their videos. So long as they showed at least 30-seconds of gameplay footage and said nothing negative about the console they would earn an extra $3 for every […]
Platforms: PC, PS3, Xbox 360 Reviewed On: PC Developer: Ninja Theory Publisher: Namco Bandai Singleplayer: Yes Multiplayer: No This game was tested using an AMD Radeon HD 7790 graphics card kindly supplied by AMD. Click here for details on that, the Radeon HD 7790 and the test system used for all PC […]
EA have put to bed long-standing rumours that Respawn Entertainment’s first ever game, Titanfall, will eventually make its way to the Playstation 4, confirming during an earnings call that it will remain an exclusive title for Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC, “for the life of the title.” Given […]
Microsoft’s marketing for their new console has been, at best, an utter mess, filled with poor communication with their audience and numerous mistakes that have hurt the company’s reputation. As such we’ve seen a lot of 180-degree changes in Microsoft policies in order try and appease consumers, yet […]