The developers at Grinding Gear Games are always looking for new, fresh experiences to bring to Path of Exile. In 2018 alone players have captured beasts as part of the Bestiary league, traveled back in time as part of the Incursion league, and journeyed into the depths with Delve.
Now, to capstone an already content-filled 2018, Path of Exile will soon release its largest update of the year: Betrayal. We recently chatted with Grinding Gear Games managing director Chris Wilson to learn more.
Feel that chill in the air? It's just about winter, and that means we're getting closer to the end of the year. We'll be ringing in the cold and the holidays with some awesome new Official Wikis, though! This week we're back again with a selection of great-looking games, so sit back, relax, and pop open that "most-wanted" game list.
Remember Rollcage? This 90s deep cut, brought to life by the creators of other such classics like Wipeout and Lemmings, was a racer where the track literally came at you from all angles. You raced double-sided cars across exotic landscapes, while pelting other racers with heavy ordinance to a soundtrack that Blade would kill vampires to. Falling off of the track was equally as dangerous as getting stuck behind off road terrain. At the very least Wired Productions remembers, and figured "what better time than right now, in the Year of our Lord 2018, to bring that experience back?" And thus, GRIP: Combat Racing was born.
You are probably familiar with The Walking Dead by now, as it is a global property that can't stop being everywhere at all times. But I don't mean the TV show with the guy who hallucinates and the lady with the katana that's been on for what feels like 20 years. I don't even mean the series of hit adventure games developed by the recently shuttered Telltale Games, or the comics which inspired it all. This new Walking Dead, Overkill's The Walking Dead, is a different animal completely.
Halloween came and went in the blink of an eye, and we're already smack dab in the middle of fall. It's November, and we're still chugging along with the weekly Official Wikis that you can't get enough of. That's right, you should be excited, because we've always got some good stuff to share with you! This week we've got two goodies in the Official Wiki department, so read on and see what's in store!
Halloween treats are springing up left and right in the video game realm, from Fortnite to Hearthstone, and it's time to jump right in! If you're looking to celebrate the spookiness of the season in some of your favorite games, you'll want to make it a point to dive right into the games hosting various Halloween events this year. We've rounded up some the best and biggest here for you to explore, so grab your broomsticks and let's ride!
We're counting down the days until Halloween is upon us. If you're looking for something new to play or just look forward to, check out one of these frighteningly good picks. Whether you want to engage in some awesome arcade racing or train monsters with real cryptocurrency, there are certainly some interesting titles on the horizon!
Rockstar is one of the biggest development studios on the planet, known for a little game you may of heard of by the name of Grand Theft Auto V. Their next epic, however, might be the studio's most ambitious project yet. The sequel to one of the most critically acclaimed games of the last decade finally arrives with the western epic Red Dead Redemption 2.
Ever wanted to build up your own dinosaur park? You don't have to go all the way back to the Jurassic period to do that. You can simply opt for the cute and colorful Parkasaurus, the dinosaur theme park simulator that takes the colorful beasts and lets you corral them into your own awesome park! Needing some help getting started with making the best, most efficient park you possibly can? We've got you covered with this guide.