Path of Exile has always been about defeating huge crowds of enemies, with players using an impressive assortment of spells and weapons to tear through everything in their way.
In Path of Exile: Legion, the game’s upcoming update, you’ll be able to do even more hacking and slashing through enemy hordes, but this time around there’s a twist — you’ll get a say in how many, and what kind of enemies specifically, you want to cut down. Not only that, but the way you actually hack and slash will be vastly improved as well, thanks to this update introducing a long awaited melee system overhaul. Here's what we learned from a recent preview, courtesy of developer Grinding Gear Games.
Ever wonder what life will be like on Mars when humanity is finally able to colonize it? That day is probably pretty far off, but luckily Surviving Mars exists to help fill in the gaps. The futuristic city builder takes place on Mars itself, tasking players with manufacturing and managing resources to build up an impressive civilization on the surface of the planet. You'll be met with plenty of challenges to overcome, of course, but you'll be rewarded with the chance to unravel exciting mysteries, too.
Considering how popular simulation games are nowadays, it probably shouldn't surprise anyone that a game exists about buying beat up houses, renovating them, and selling them for profit. House Flipper is an apparently lucrative one that has found a dedicated audience since its launch back in 2018. It's been almost a year exactly since House Flipper's last big DLC offering, Apocalypse Flipper, and fans have been eagerly awaiting new heaps to be turned into treasures. The wait ends with Garden Flipper.
Conqueror's Blade has officially launched today and is available to download for free on Steam! Master the art of medieval warfare in this free-to-play tactical action MMO from Booming Games that places players in epic 15v15 siege battles! Command an army that you've created with one of 10 powerful playable warlords that each have their own unique fighting styles, special abilities, and tactical advantages that can help you turn the tide of battle.
The critically acclaimed Iron Marineshas deployed on PCs today, following successful campaigns on the iOS. Given the challenging nature of service in the ranks of rust-prone troops, we’ve prepared a primer to help prepare you for the trials and tribulations of the coming campaigns.
The much anticipated Rage 2 has officially launched! Developed by Avalanche Studios and id Software, Rage 2 has you diving headfirst into a dystopian world devoid of society, law, and order where you will deliver a carnival of carnage anywhere you go. Jump into a variety of vehicles like monster trucks or gyrocopters and then seamlessly traverse a vast and varied wasteland from lush jungles to harsh deserts!
When it comes to medieval times, there's no shortage of titles on the market, whether they're fantasy loosely based on the period or more historically authentic. It seems that there's something about the odor of unwashed bodies, abject poverty, and brutal disembowelment that attracts people.
However, while most games put you in the sweaty leather boots of a warrior swinging various implements about, A Plague Tale puts you in the somewhat less sweaty and decidedly less enviable position of a teenage girl having to take care of her little brother and make it through France in one of its many darkest hours.
Originally released in 2013, the free-to-play, online action-RPG Path of Exile, developed by the New Zealand based Grinding Gear Games, continues to find a bigger and bigger audience. With multiple new expansions a year and having recently arrived on PlayStation 4, it's never been a better time to be a Path of Exile fan or to become one.
To learn what it's like managing the community for a game like Path of Exile, we recently asked Grinding Gear Games Community Director and Producer Bex some questions on what she thinks the key to being an effective community manager is, what impresses her most about the Path of Exile community, and, of course, what kind of characters she likes to play in-game.
As part of Mental Health Awareness Month, we recently chatted with Stack Up’s Overwatch Program Manager Mat Bergendahl to learn what was new with the military-focused gaming charity.
As it turns out — plenty. Not only did Stack Up recently receive a grant from the CDC that will allow the charity to train more volunteers as part of its StOP suicide prevention initiative, but the group is also gearing up for its biggest fundraising event of the year, Call to Arms, which will see various streamers playing games and raising money for Stack Up’s cause throughout the month.
One of 2017’s most varied and colorful games is getting bigger and more colorful! Praised for its variety, writing, and constantly evolving gameplay,A Hat in Time hit the market in October 2017, after a tremendously successful Kickstarter campaign that raised ten times its original budget. The core game released to glowing praise from gamers and just slightly less enthusiastic reception by critics, and became one of the most serious contenders for the title of the true heir to Mario 64’s legacy.