It’s the future and you’re living on a space station in the great beyond! But the future is bad, and you’re only a human consciousness in an failing artificial body owned by a corporation who want you back. That’s how
Heading into my demo with space 4X game Alliance of the Sacred Suns, it was easy to harbour preconceived notions. This particular niche – which often looks towards Masters of Orion 2 or Alpha Centauri as the poster child –
Ixion, an upcoming survival city-building game set in space has just been announced at tonight’s PC Gaming Show. Developed by France-based indie studio Bulwark Games and published by Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus publisher Kasedo Games, Ixion is described by the studios
Koch Media held a media conference today, ahead of E3’s kick-off this weekend, to reveal more details about its new game publishing company, Prime Matter, and describe which games they’re working on. The only game that came with any gameplay
Microsoft Flight Simulator’s latest patch doesn’t just fix indestructible wing ice. But one of the biggest changes it makes won’t be noticed by anyone who already has downloaded and installed it, and would thus be downloading the patch. That’s because,
Steam‘s library features have gotten pretty robust over the years, but one thing that could be clearer is just how much space each game is taking up. Sure, you can check any given game’s install size by checking the ‘local
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Amanita Design has given its much-loved point-and-click space adventure Samorost a surprise spruce-up in the form of a free new ‘enhanced’ edition release on PC, Mac, iOS, and Android.
Samorost, which originally