Category Archives: Board Games

DayZ studio shuts down – but updates should keep on coming

Bohemia Interactive, developer and publisher of survival shooter DayZ, has announced that it recently closed down its studio in Bratislava following “a mutual decision between management and studio leads”. However, it looks like all the survival game’s updates in the pipeline will still arrive as planned

This Skyrim mod adds more than cool armour – there’s an amazing surprise quest, too

Away, Come Away is a new, seemingly simple Skyrim quest mod that adds some really cool weapons and female armour to the game, reminiscent of Senua’s in Hellblade or perhaps Aloy’s in Horizon Zero Dawn. The different pieces of gear each have neat properties of their own and are worth grabbing in their own

That ‘woman yelling at a cat’ meme gets immortalised – in The Sims 4

If you’re looking at this story, you’re probably pretty well acquainted with the internet. And if you’re pretty well acquainted with the internet, you’ve probably seen this famous meme of a woman made to look like she’s yelling at a little white cat who’s sat at a dinner table, chowing on some ve

Turns out you can cram a gaming PC into a teeny Tesla – and then drive it

You might be able to grab a Mac Pro wheels kit for $700, but how does a gaming PC crammed into a whole other set of wheels – a driveable toy Tesla Model S – sound? A YouTuber has posted a clip showcasing exactly this – a “high-end PC that can also be driveable” – or, put another way, &l

The Lego Lord of the Rings games are back on Steam

Early last year, the Lego The Lord of the Rings games were removed from sale on Steam and console stores, seemingly permanently. However, as spotted by one eagle-eyed fan of the Lego-style action-adventure games, it seems they’re back – Lego The Lord of the Rings and Lego The Hobbit are now available on Valve&

GOG Galaxy 2.0 Update 5 puts all your gaming subscriptions in one place

GOG recently announced GOG Galaxy 2.0’s going live for everyone “in the coming weeks”, but ahead of its rollout there’s now another update for the gaming client’s second version in beta. Update five’s just gone live, bringing new features for subscriptions, game launching, menus, and more. G

Oblivion’s amazing The Lost Spires is becoming a Skyrim mod

Remember The Lost Spires, a mod for The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion that adds a whole new 15-hour mission and a load of new NPCs, dungeons, monsters, loot, and other goodies to the 2006 RPG game’s world? If you’re a fan of its follow-up, Skyrim, you’re in for a treat – a modder’s working

After the disaster of WWE 2K20, the series is taking a year off

After the wrestling federation itself quietly announced that WWE 2K21 was cancelled, publisher 2K has followed up with additional details on its plans for the license going forward. This year, we’re getting a new arcade-style brawler called WWE 2K Battlegrounds. The main simulation series is taking a year off as a result of t

Forget about a Resident Evil 4 Remake – the fan HD remaster is nearly complete

There might be a Resident Evil 4 Remake reportedly in the works, with a rumoured release date of sometime in 2022, but for fans who can’t wait that long, fear not – the devs behind the Resident Evil 4 HD Project have just completed the final part of chapter four. That means there&rsquo

Legends of Runeterra patch 1.0 notes – Rising Tides, 120 new cards, and more

Ahead of Legends of Runeterra‘s arrival in just a few short days, Riot Games has unveiled the first batch of patch notes for the card game’s 1.0 launch – and its new expansion, which is called Rising Tides. The expansion brings an entirely new region called Bilgewater, as well as 120 new cards (60 for th