Alex checks out a very fancy machine
Village's scattershot scares results in an entertaining, if inconsistent, horror romp.
Offering silly yet sharp physics-based fracas' TABS is an unmitigated delight.
Leans heavily on its back catalogue.
Seemingly confirms cashflow problems.
Says it's just restructuring, though.
Pledges to restore invalidated Pro licences.
They don't cover consoles, though.
Vote for the game you want for free.
Promotes GOG.com, naturally.
Closes in January 2019.
A year to the day, oddly enough.
No more treating them as a rebate.
Gamers in Myanmar get blocked.
Stored fund payment option.
Revive devs rejoice.
DRM-free duplicates - if you're lucky.
For 10 per cent, mind you.
Could back-port JPEG 2000's DRM.
'Too ambitious' in its hiring practices.
Old game broken? That's likely why.
Breaks older games in the process.
Free upgrade, but not a free licence.
Origin-sourced keys returned to owners.
Cross-border gifting and trading blocked.
'You pirated the game,' says Ubisoft.
May 14 2021 | 18:40
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