Big Strategy Game Fails Kickstarter, Makes Giant Monsters Sad

Human Resources, a strategy game from the same team behind Planetary Annihilation, looked cool! There were giant robots and giant monsters. Despite this, and the studio’s previous success using the service, the game’s kickstarter has tanked.


The DualShock 4 Has Become A Great PC Controller

If you’re using a controller to play a PC game — I know, I know, shhh, it’s OK — chances are the on-screen prompts you see will match up with an Xbox controller. But you don’t have to use Microsoft’s controller with your PC; you actually have a lot of options, including the PS4′s DualShock 4.


Indie Dev Threatens Gabe Newell, Has Game Removed From Steam

If you’re a developer selling a game on Steam, it’s probably not the best idea in the world to tweet a death threat to the guy who owns Steam.


The New Borderlands' Secret Raid Boss Killed In One Hit

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel‘s mean, green barfing machine of a secret boss thinks it’s so tough. It can nearly one-shot players lower level than it is. One player, however, figured out how to one-shot it right back.


Everything Goes Wrong When You Try To Kidnap Everyone In The Sims 4

It all started with a simple investigation: how many Sims can one fit in a grid in The Sims 4? Then, everything gets out of hand.


Let This Man Explain What Makes Half-Life So Great

Half-Life turns 16 this year. It’s likely older than some of you. Yet, aged graphics aside, it’s still one of the best games — or, rather, one of the best experiences — the PC has to offer. There’s a couple of reasons why.


Grisly Evil Within Glitch Lets You Play After Getting Beheaded

You can die in a lot of gory ways in The Evil Within. But, as this crazy glitch shows, some of them don’t even work.


Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare's PC System Requirements Revealed

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s PC system requirements have now been revealed on the game’s Steam page. Unsurprisingly, the game is a meaty one — requiring 55GB of free hard drive space and 6GB of RAM for its minimum requirements. Read the full list of specs below.


The New Borderlands Looks Pretty Good As A Third-Person Game

Usually, when code tinkerers shift camera angles on first-person games, the tweaks make things look really weird. Remember how weird Mirror’s Edge looked from the third-person view? Surprisingly, that doesn’t happen with Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel.