It’s not that often that we get to play a South African-made video game. There are a few notable ones out there — Semblance, Stasis, Broforce and, for the truly old-school, Toxic Bunny. Boet Fighter’s attempting to muscle its way onto this list and… honestly, it can have the slot
It’s somewhat short notice but Call of Duty: Black Ops IV is getting a bunch of new (paid-for, let’s not get too excited) content in the shape of Operation: Apocalypse Z. The new add-on, as the title suggests, brings more than its fair share of the shambling dead to Activision’s online shooter.
The Raspberry Pi foundation surprised the world of DIY engineers with an unexpected announcement of its new Raspberry Pi 4 today.
Previously the domain of Sony-branded console games, Quantic Dream titles Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls, and Detroit: Become Human are heading to the PC. They’re going to be landing on Epic Games’ own store a little later this year, and Quantic has detailed when those games are going to be dropping.
We’re huge fans of the John Wick series of films and with the third film, John Wick 3: Parabellum, dropping a little later this month it’s a good time to announce a game. Which is just what Good Shepherd Entertainment and Bithell Games have gone and done. Called John Wick Hex, it’s a… strategy game? Seriously?
What happens when you combine Bus Simulator 18 with classic mobile game Snake? We’d like to think that you’d wind up with something like Snakeybus, a game so delightfully bonkers that we can’t stop watching the trailer. We suspect that we probably wouldn’t be able to stop watching someone play thing one. And as for playing it ourselves… headsplosion.
If you’re curious about Activision’s take on battle royale, the Blackout mode found in Black Ops IV, but haven’t yet taken the financial plunge, you’re in luck. Call of Duty: Black Ops IV, or a significant portion of it, is free-to-play for the rest of April. And not just on a platform or two, on all of them. Whether you’re a glorious PC gamer, a PlayStation acolyte or a filthy Xbox One spawn-camper, you can drop into Blackout for free for the rest of the month. Terms and Conditions apply.
Prior to last night’s announcement, there have only ever been two Halo games released on the PC. That’d be Halo: Combat Evolved and Halo 2. Everything else after that was launched on Microsoft’s Xbox consoles exclusively. Until now. Microsoft has announced that PC gamers will be getting their twitchy trigger fingers on Halo: The Master Chief Collection shortly. What’s more, it’ll be available via Steam.
Think you’ve got what it takes to get a victory royale? From tomorrow, 17 January,…