Peter gets some faction-reaction from the Elite: Dangerous Powerplay beta. After he remembers how to actually fly his ship.
Tim strips vampires, maids, and cosplayers in modern-day Tokyo in the name of testing the PC version of Akiba’s Trip: Undead & Undressed.
Rrrrright. It’s 12:30pm, and I’ve just spent about 90 minutes in the company of the PC version of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Not long enough to offer any sort of actual review (despite the Steam user reviews breathlessly calling it the best game ever after a full 20 minutes play) but enough to write … Read moreThe Witcher 3: Wild Hunt PC Version Impressions
Sometimes, you’ve just gotta pack a six-shooter with your space suit. Double Damage’s Rebel Galaxy feels like one of those times.
Peter travels back into Borgova to prepare for a third beast bash with Van Helsing and his neck-impaired ghost cohort.
Another day, another Final Fantasy title gets ported to PC – and this time, it’s Final Fantasy 4: The After Years. This is a bit of an odd one, and it goes back to the insane numbering system Final Fantasy adopted pre-Final Fantasy 7. Back in 1991, Final Fantasy 4 was released in the US … Read moreFinal Fantasy 4: The After Years PC Version Impressions
As you’ve probably realised, we get quite a lot of games sent to us. As you’ve probably also realised, there are – most of the time – only two of us continually working on on the daily content for IncGamers. This presents a bit of a problem, because it means we wind up with a … Read moreTwo Hours With: Siralim
Tim spends a few hours on the killing floor of Killing Floor 2, thanks to some early access to the Early Access build.
Before we begin, here. There you are. Your ears are now prepared. If we’re going to talk about Mortal Kombat X, there is probably one thing we need to talk about more than anything: the streaming system. Mortal Kombat X is using a new function of Steam, wherein a small part of the game downloads, … Read moreMortal Kombat X PC Port Impressions
Tim (McDonald): It finally happened, everyone! Grand Theft Auto 5 appeared on PC! It wasn’t delayed again! It exists! It’s out! I’ve played it! I’ve only played it for a couple of hours, admittedly, and I spent quite a lot of that time faffing about with benchmarking and graphical options and so on, but it’s … Read moreGTA 5 PC Port Impressions
Rainbow Six: Siege is a game about two sets of five people who are dangerously possessive about one man. I’ve decided to call him Carl. Carl is a hostage and, apparently, very precious to both groups. He either knows how to cure cancer, or just has a really lovely personality. Whatever the case, everybody wants … Read moreRainbow Six: Siege Alpha Impressions
This is not a review of War for the Overworld, because – despite the game’s embargo actually lifting a couple of days ago – I don’t actually think it’s in reviewable condition. At least, I didn’t two days ago. At that point, I opted to not review it, and instead wait and see what sort … Read moreWar for the Overworld Launch Impressions
Dead or Alive 5 Last Round has not had the smoothest road in coming to PC. The announcement itself? Sure, great! Dead or Alive 5 is coming to PC! Celebrations all round! Then came the news that the PC version would lack online multiplayer until sometime after launch. And then came the news that the … Read moreDead or Alive 5 Last Round PC Port Impressions
Peter Parrish finally gets to use his writing skills for good, as he takes the role of … oh, hang on, a celebrity gossip blogger in Knee Deep. Never mind.
Last November, Valve circulated some new rules and guidelines about the intended use of Early Access. Perhaps realising that there were a few too many games in the system which could be scientifically categorised as a load of never-to-be-finished old shite, it seemed the company were attempting to clean house. Here’s one of the guideline … Read moreRichard Nixon’s After Reset: Far Too Early Access Impressions