Over the last several months I've gotten back into PC gaming, and as such, I've been on the market for some peripherals to replace my aging gear. Fortunately, the good people over at Logitech have provided several new PC periphs for all your gaming needs. Having whipped up hundreds of computer accessories, ranging from keyboards to mice to speakers, since the 8o's Logitech is no stranger to the gaming scene and odds are that you've come across one of their devices at some point. Logitech's G Series, the latest batch of higher-end gaming peripherals, touch on their "Science wins" branding focusing on unique materials and mathematically precise functionality in hopes of improving your game. Enter the G500s Laser Gaming Mouse, probably the last gaming mouse you'll ever need.
Telltale Games recently took to Twitter to firm up console and PC release dates for "Poker Night at the Inventory 2." The downloadable poker game, starring a handful of popular video game characters, will land first on Xbox Live, followed shortly by Steam (PC and Mac) and finally PlayStation Network.
Heavy on atmosphere and creatures, light on detail, the first trailer for the new project from the "Resident Evil" creator would indicate that "The Evil Within" team has been paying a lot of attention to "Silent Hill."
With Moonbot's "Golem" facing an uncertain financial future, my dream of playing as a mystical, towering piece of rock come to life will be a dream deferred until further notice.
Thankfully Abbey Games is soon releasing "Reus," their gorgeous 2D god game. Just look at that mountain god in the trailer, though -- that's what I'm talking about! He's got a big barrel chest and sad green eyes, but heavy is the head that bears the fate of all humanity, I guess.
And now we know what all of those mysterious Vine videos were about: The "Skyrim" developer/publisher will be releasing this new survivor horror title from the "Resident Evil" creator for current and next-gen consoles.
The secret to the most effective survival horror is that feeling of fear and helplessness that comes with being pursued (and overwhelmed) by things in the dark. Well, Krillbite Studio has figured out that it doesn't get more helpless than a two-year-old, making a toddler the lead in the first-person horror game "Among the Sleep," which they've just launched on Kickstarter.