Adeki returns from his award-winning absence to write all about languages in video games which is ironic given his lack of knowledge of the English language. Will Adeki become quad-lingual? Or is he left to be illiterate in four languages? Read on!
Nintendo buries the Switch, Switch peripherals twist the knife further, and the Switch's game line-up is complete junk in the news of the week!
Nintendo's Witch is rumoured to be competitively priced with some interesting launch-day games available, and Square Enix has shipped Final Fantasy XV in an unfinished state.
Lusipurr is joined by SiliconNooB, Adeki, Sebastian, and Imitanis, to discuss the PlayStation 4 and whether its bevy of content and competitive price point make it an attractive consumer proposition despite its lack of asynchronous space warp.
After a baptism in flames by the one and only creator, Lusipurr, KillswitchTool is reborn as Gyme. This week, Gyme talks about something that is nearly as glorious as the great creator, video game mods!
KillswitchTool ends his three week series on a low note this week when he examines Microsoft's Xbox Live. Will he find anything positive to say about the service? Probably not.
Final Fantasy Versus XIII is cancelled, Final Fantasy XV is revealed, and Overclocked Remix's time has run out in this weeks saltastic news rumours!
Crytek unveils plans to become an exclusive F2P studio, Ubisoft claims that low-quality spin-offs are integral to the Assassin's Creed business model, and new THQ boss Jason Rubin signals his intent to ruin Saints Row in this week's news headlines.
Slab's last post for the site is a physics lesson for less science-minded readers of the site and a rant about how carrying capacity makes no sense, even though it makes sense. How can that make sense? Read on to find out!
Read on as Slab explores the depths of his psyche to explain why humans are terrible and they should be killed (in video games)!
In his last article of 2011, Emmori rambles on about morality in Western games, and how to make choices video games matter. Read more about it here!
This week, Emmori shouts at one of this year's most anticipated games, but in a good way. Will Bethesda's newest incarnation of their premiere Western RPG series outdo its predecessors? Find out as Emmori reports here!