PC Game Features
Fallout 4: Examining the Evidence for an E3 2015 Reveal
Fallout 4 is an ever-popular attendee on the videogame rumour merry-go-round.
Final Fantasy 4: The After Years PC Version Impressions
Another day, another Final Fantasy title gets ported to PC – and this time, it’s Final Fantasy 4: The After Years.
Quarterly Financial Reports Are Rubbish Sources For Game News
We’re in the season of financial quarterlies. That period of time when publishers perform their legal obligations to shareholders, and game sites pretend that they employ financial journalists to publish thrilling stories like “Gosh, Activision say they made a lot of money.”
Quarterly (and annual) financial reports can sometimes reveal things of interest to a broad audience of games players.
id Software’s 1995 Concept for Paid Mods Was Actually Pretty Solid
Despite the eventual reversal and admission that “it’s clear we didn’t understand exactly what we were doing,” Valve still seem pretty eager to implement a method of financial compensation for popular mods.
Steam Workshop paid mod backlash begins: should modders be compensated?
Skyrim modders can now make cash from their creations, but not everyone is happy about it.
Standardising Release Dates: What Games Can Learn from Music
It seems almost unreal to be writing this sentence, but last week the music industry became more progressive about global release dates than games.
Citizens of Earth Guide: Hints & Tips for a New VP
Much as I had a lot of complaints about it, I’m also pretty sure that a lot of you will quite enjoy Citizens of Earth, and I suspect a number of you are aiming to pick it up today.