Thanks to Driveclub’s update, I’m only kicked off the lobby after each race. Still spend more time connecting than racing, but — progress!
Fuck, that trailer’s tempting — I had to remind myself I didn’t enjoy the driving model in V.
In case you missed it: 80 Days is mostly a text adventure for iOS, and you should absolutely try it. Great writing, enticing universe.
Doubly surprised by this month’s free PSN games: I’m finding Escape Plan obnoxious, and SteamWorld Dig spectacularly addictive.
Gratuit et bien fichu, mais je ne peux pas imaginer que leur freemium fonctionne.
I’m more than a little disappointed that I won’t get to climb all over Paris in AC:Unity, but democracy is important #votewithyourwallet
Am I the only one who lost interest in the new Monument Valley levels because they take place between two of the game’s existing chapters?
RT @ustwogames: Seems quite a few people have gone back and 1 star reviewed Monument Valley upon update because the expansion was paid. This makes us sad.
$200 headset + $700 phone and it works for 20 minutes. And a few weeks ago Oculus (Samsung’s partner) was begging its competitors not to poison the VR well by releasing shitty products.
I’m watching a stream of GTA5 being played first-person and, damn, I wish I hadn’t already bought and finished it on PS3.
RT @michelmcbride: MinigameJam: A game jam to make hacking and lockpicking and all these bullshit AAA minigame tropes actually fun and interesting
RT @Pentadact: Haha, played Far Cry 4 single player in Offline Mode. Uplay is down when I quit. When I start it again, it’s lost all my progress. Fine work
RT @michelmcbride: That is not a bug. They didn’t have child character models, and thought it was good enough to ship.
Stuck at Far Cry 4’s first moral choice. Play online and risk losing progress to a disconnection, or offline with no possibility of coop?
I don’t understand why my Far Cry 4 screenshots always come out so dark when I post them to Twitter.
It’s free (with a fee to remove ads); get it.