In narrative games, what comes first? The story, or the game?
Bioshock 2’s release on Steam for pre-order has prompted mass outcry from its fans, as the game’s Digital Rights Management came under intense scrutiny in a 61-page thread on the game’s official forums.
UK mag PC Zone managed to get their grubby mitts on Deus Ex 3 this issue. I thought I’d share my thoughts as I read through the article…
Given the current gloomy state of the global economy, this week seems like as good as any in which to grumble. Without further ado, I therefore present five of the most irritating things to be found in games.
A few weeks ago I wrote about Bioshock‘s brilliant plot twist, at which time I had not yet completed the entire game. Now that I have done just that I can start to form an opinion of this unusual game.
While I don’t deliberately live (at least) six months in the past, it invariably seems to work out that way. Which brings me to Bioshock.
Graphics card manufacturer nVidia have released a new set of drivers for their 8, 9 and 200 series graphics cards which enable them to perform ‘PhysX’ processing.
Being a rather tiny operation compared to the gaming website behemoths such as Gamespot and IGN, there’s no way I can secure exclusive advanced reviews of the latest games.