It’s difficult to put ones finger on what is exactly different between PC gaming now and 15 years ago. Aside from the obvious differences common to all platforms; the technology,…Readmore
A quick review / first impressions of Google / Asus’s new 7 inch tablet, the Nexus 7 Despite being a PC gaming website – we like our gadgets at Sudogamer,…Readmore
After returning to Borderlands after a long break (~1 year), I’d forgotten some of the ‘quirks’ of the game. I also became painfully aware my level 36 Mordecai was nowhere…Readmore
The ArmaII DayZ mod is a bit good. It’s emergence serves as all-too-infrequent reminder of what can happen with PC Gaming – modding a game to offer a different game…Readmore
It’s 1998, a friend of the family buys a new computer. It’s a Time PC (remember them?). I get a call to go round and help ‘set it up’ for…Readmore
New Portal 2 advertorialised video – watch it here now. It’s about Portal 2 and it’s fun. Watch it here first or again if you have seen it already. Portal…Readmore
Despite what comments I may make in this review, The Ball is an iconic game. It’s impossible to review this title without explaining (for those of you that might not know) the history of The Ball and its significance. “Teotl Studios released The Ball as a full blown commercial game. This is what I thought….”Readmore
After a brief trial many years ago, I’ve decided to return to Azeroth and once again flirt with World of Warcraft. This week I am mostly interested to see the…Readmore
“Always bet on black” – Wesley Snipes, Passenger 51
With the words of the tax dodging thespian never more pertinent and the adventures ahead of me in New Vegas there could be no other option – SDG_LM was all in.
Fallout New Vegas immediately strikes out to differentiate itself from Fallout 3 by starting you in what appears to be the exact opposite of how three started. Getting robbed, shot in the head and then buried in a shallow grave is never the nicest start to your adventures but luckily you survived and now you’re out for revenge. Which in the Mojave Desert will be served hot, sweaty and with sand in your shoes.Readmore
After picking this up last night and trying it for an hour, here are my first impressions…Readmore
So how do you go about writing a review on a game that has received so much commercial success and community attention without repeating what everyone else has already said? It’s tricky, but there are still people out there looking for a slightly alternative view on things…..and so that’s what I’ll try to bring in this review.
I was debating with fellow Sudogamer writer SDG_LM about Minecraft. He downloaded it, and loved it. I downloaded it (during the free weekend), and well. . didn’t. Not yet, at least.
Here’s how it went. .Readmore
Since the dawn of computers (well … 1995) worms have been popping up on each and every platform known to mankind, locked in an endless war. However it’s been many years since they popped their squidgy but helmeted heads onto the PC and now, obviously under the advice of Sarah Palin, they’ve not retreated but reloaded set to wage their spineless battles again on the desktop computer. The last Worms PC game was released in a pre-Steam world and the gaming scene has changed so much, so will they emerge victoriously? Read on to find out…Readmore
Armada 2526 is a turn based strategy game and upon first view this appears to be ‘Civilization IV in space’. Read on to find out what we thought of it. . .Readmore
“. . a big problem with Team 17’s re-release; “Alien Breed: Impact” lies in our expectations. In the early nineties we didn’t care much for cohesive, compelling story-lines, ‘next-gen’ graphics etc, it was playable fun titles that utilised the meager horsepower of our PC’s (or Amigas) that drew crowd. . “Readmore