Welcome to Early Release! A series that covers games that are in available in early release form on Steam. Today’s featured game is the newest title from BitMonster Games, Grav, an action survival game set in space.
This time, on the Super Circuitcast, the gang discusses remastered re-releases of video games. Yes, Matt, Ryan, and Sean discuss the merits of such a practice. Also, Jen and Rami are there as well. Listen below!
The switch from an overhead camera to third-person isn’t the only change Hi-Rez brings to the MOBA community. Smite’s World Championships are now over (congratulations to Cognitive Prime for the win), and with it comes a massive influx of new players. If you aren’t on the hype train to Smite town yet, you should be.
It feels like every game ships broken these days, but in the case of these landmark titles, "broken" turned out to be a good thing. Here are 10 examples of bugs, glitches, and behind-the-scenes mistakes that turned games into iconic pieces of pop culture.
Mill you say? That strategy hasn't been viable in Hearthstone since... well, ever. The GvG expansion really shook things up though, and all of a sudden, so called "Fatigue" decks are really starting to catch on.
Hello listeners! I know the holidays are always hard on all of us, and the Super Circuitcast crew took a few weeks off, but now they're back with a double helping of Circuitcast goodness! Listen below as Matt, Moo, Rami, Ryan, and Sean discuss their favorite games of 2014 and their most anticapted games of 2015 in two different, but equally important, episodes!
What do Africa, a tropical island, and the Himalayas have in common? Not a whole lot aside from being the settings of the last three Far Cry games. With that sort of globe-hopping (and let's not forget the fact that the original Far Cry was a sci-fi game), and it's no surprise that Ubisoft has a lot of flexibility in where to take the series next.
2014 is the year I finally achieved my goal of having a wrecking-machine of a PC, which changed the landscape of my gaming life dramatically. Coincidentally, this is one of the best years in gaming that I can remember, with loads of quality games coming out that deserved more time than I could give.
For PC gamers, there is one definitive time of the year that you can stand up and defiantly say "I'll get you my pretty! And your little Toad too!" to all the Nintendo nerds and console-owning sycophants of the world. That time of the year is the annual Steam Holiday Sale, where Gabe Newell sells a bunch of hot games at ridiculously low prices in exchange for a virgin sacrifice, two pints of unicorn tears and a sliver of your soul. 2014 is no exception. Here's what's happening today with Steam's ongoing sale.