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As you may already be aware, we’re running an awesome Bloodborne competition about ‘facing your fears’. What are you afraid of? What scares you the most? We’re giving one lucky reader the chance to overcome that fear and we’re giving away a couple of PlayStation 4s in the process. There’s still plenty of time to enter, but I thought it might be fun to go through some of my favourite entries so far…
Where They Once Were is a small, short, simple game that popped up on my Facebook feed this morning. I’ve spent the last 30 minutes or so toying around with it, and I think you should too.
As you might already be aware, we’re currently running a Bloodborne competition. The theme of that competition is ‘Face Your Fear’. We’re organising for one lucky winner to face their fear (and win loads of other stuff). Anyway, I thought it might make for an interesting topic: what’s the scariest thing you’ve ever done?
In 2014, the Unreal Engine moved to something of a subscription model. If you wanted to use the engine you had to pay $19 per month. Now? Tim Sweeney of Epic Games has announced that the engine is free. Yep, the Unreal Engine has totally just gone free-to-play.
We have all been eagerly awaiting Steam OS and the inevitable flood of affordable console like mini-PCs that will let us play our existing library of games in the living room. The problem is Valve’s innovative new wireless controller is not ready, holding up the whole launch. Tired of waiting, some manufacturers have launched their own Windows based setups. But can they compete with your existing console?