The chaps over athave posted a fifteen-minute gameplay video showing 's upcoming fantasy RPG The Witcher 3 in action.
The video covers combat, travel, conversations and a cutscene or two. It's 1080p, too, which lets you get a good look at those crisp graphics. The game sure does a good line in ugly medieval peasants.
At the end of the week we'll be geeking out with our very own Star Wars Marathon for your viewing pleasure. Chris Capel will be feeling the Force... of your votes! Every good Imperial citizen and even Rebel scum are welcome at the polls.
Thanks to the recent GOG.com launch of, a marathon is finally within our grasp. Will the Empire rule in Empire at War? Will Carth ever shut up in Knights of the Old Republic?
Windy Hill Studio has set up afor the very pretty side-scrolling action platformer Orphan, which sees a young boy trying to survive an alien invasion in the wilds of the Appalachian Mountains.
With the main character silhouetted against gloomy, threatening backdrops, the obvious reference that comes to mind is, but Orphan distinguishes itself visually with some impressive lighting effects and splashes of colour.
Shiver Games'inspired horror adventure game Lucius 2: The Prophecy is, of course, set for release on Friday 13 February. Do you see what they did there?
Sequel to the original Lucius, which received rather mixed reviews overall, the developers describe the game as a "splatter-adventure sandbox" in which you play as a murderous offspring of Satan himself.
is offering fans the chance to download all ten of Dragon Age: Inquisition's tavern songs for free. Those are the tunes that play in the bar at your fortress stronghold of Skyhold.
If you're interested you've got two weeks to head to theand snap up the free tracks. After the allotted time period runs down, they'll go up for sale on various digital platforms.
Given its, you'd think that Elite: Dangerous development team Frontier Developments would be fairly well protected from potential layoffs.
Apparently that's not the case. According to an, fifteen members of staff have been laid off at the company's Halifax studio.
You'll be able to find out for yourself if crime does indeed pay when Update 6 for The Elder Scrolls Online launches early this year - the focus is firmly on the less heroic side of adventuring.
A newwill finally allow you to indulge your criminal side, looting NPCs and stores, murdering citizens and beating up mouthy peasants. Of course, if you get caught doing any of these things the consequences can be unpleasant.