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  • How to share and import custom XCOM 2 soldiers

    by - Feb 6, 2016
    XCOM 2, the character creation game with a small strategy component, is finally out (and it’s amazing). This time around, XCOM 2 has a significantly more robust character creation kit that allows you to export your soldiers to...
  • The best controller for PC gaming

    by - Feb 4, 2016
    How we test controllers and others we tested Ignore those who seem to think every game is best with a mouse and keyboard. Grid Autosport is not best played with a keyboard. Super Meat Boy is...
  • First impressions of the Oculus Rift from a VR newbie

    by - Feb 4, 2016
    Before PAX South, the only VR headset I had used was the Samsung Gear—which hardly counts in the eyes of the experienced VR user. Last weekend, I got to use the Oculus Rift CV1 (I mistakenly say “Crescent Bay” in the...
  • The best videogame books

    by - Jan 28, 2016
    Videogame and travel writing mix like beer and whiskey, except the whiskey is Wild Turkey and the beer is a $20 bottle of the latest craft sour named after a dead dog. It tastes alright, a...
  • Samorost 3 system requirements revealed

    by - Jan 27, 2016
    The whimsical point-and-click adventure Samorost, released in 2003, and the 2005 sequel Samorost 2, were “small web games,” developer Amanita Design explained on the newly-live Steam page for the upcoming Samorost 3. The third game in...
  • Esports market predicted to grow to $463 million in 2016

    by - Jan 25, 2016
    ESPN recently became the ESPN of esports, and if you’re not sure what prompted that move, a report on the predicted growth of the global esports market in 2016 put together by research firm Newzoo may...
  • The best Scrap Mechanic creations so far

    by - Jan 24, 2016
    Scrap Mechanic is a new building game that released in Early Access last week. It’s a little like Besiege but bigger (and with fewer giant penis robots so far), with motors and spinning bearings and controllers that can be combined to make cars, tanks,...
  • Crashlands review

    by - Jan 23, 2016
    PC Gamer newsletter sign up NEED TO KNOW What is it? An action-exploration game with crafting elements.Publisher: Butterscotch ShenanigansDeveloper: Butterscotch ShenanigansReviewed on: Core i5-4670, 8GB RAM, GeForce GTX 970Expect to pay: £11/$15Multiplayer: NoneLink: Official site Crashlands feels like...
  • Los Santos is being rebuilt in Minecraft

    by - Jan 21, 2016
    As soon as VR is an affordable thing, I’ll probably live in Minecraft. It seems pretty peaceful. Most places I’d ever want to visit, both real and imagined, have been built in it. As long as I...
  • Undertale's Steam review section is pretty funny

    by - Jan 21, 2016
    Undertale is a very popular video game. Richard Cobbett rated it highly and he wasn’t alone: it was one of the most critically acclaimed games of 2015, rivalling the likes of The Phantom Pain and The Witcher 3. There’s a...

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