We’re all looking forward to the PC launch of Days Gone, the open-world zombie game set in the Pacific Northwest. But some of our best friends don’t like zombies, and it’s hard to argue with their logic: zombies are wicked
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11. Wayne’s World (Various Systems, 1993)
“Wayne’s World” started out as a Saturday Night Live sketch before being adapted into a couple of movies starring Mike Myers and Dana Carvey as two slackers hosting a goofy talk show in their
On the American comedy show Saturday Night Live this weekend, the billionaire Elon Musk – known for SpaceX and his car company Tesla – appeared as the show’s host.
If it wasn’t already a big enough talking point, he also
As with Resident Evil 7 before it, Resident Evil Village does not have a field of view slider. Capcom has apparently decided that a limited FOV is part of the creative vision, but judging by the speed at which Lady
Earlier this year, the classic shmup Cotton Reboot! arrived on the Switch in Japan. It’s a remake of the Sharp X68000 port of the 1991 arcade title, Cotton: Fantastic Night Dreams.
If you’ve been wondering what’s happened to the
Microsoft’s eye-watering $7.5bn acquisition of ZeniMax Media presents industry-altering opportunities, and they go far beyond simply hogging The Elder Scrolls VI or stuffing Game Pass with more bangers than Jimmy Eat World’s Bleed American. Microsoft could create an entire generation
3. Lester The Unlikely (SNES, 1994)
Everyone loves an underdog, at least until they have to play as one. The makers of Lester The Unlikely apparently didn’t realize that, as their game featured quite possibly the nerdiest, wimpiest, most aggravating
The developers behind the Mass Effect Legendary Edition revealed that, while they’re attempting to fix several problems with the original, they’re giving users the ability to switch between original controls and the new, improved versions in one very specific instance: