Torment: Tides of Numenera is still, after all this time, a title we have to double check, stagger and check again when writing out for you in these paragraphs. With the release just over a month away, that's a month for us to get used to typing out Numenera again and again without fault.
If you're looking to cheat your way through the galaxies of Star Citizen; go ahead! Just expect a permanent ban from the game if you're caught. It's only fair.
Having theoretically come to an end in the middle of last year, the developers of Dreamfall Chapters aren't quite through with it yet. There's a little more to come real soon.
Unlike a certain few other publishers, Valve seem completely open - and encouraging - to the idea of fans doing what they won't. Those fans are almost done recreating Half-Life in its entirety, and they're dishing out a quick sneak-peek.
Likely spurred on by the voices of distress from the Star Citizen community, it's long-delayed FPS mode will finally see a release.
Why'd you still be looking for something to play in this particular month of the year is a question we'd usually ask; but if you're seriously still without gaming goods, Ubisoft has your back. Sort of.
It's been a year of no release date news and consistent non-playable demos at events, but before closing of 2016, inExile has given us hope. Torment: Tides of Numenera is coming in February.
We're a PC gaming site, so when it comes to a PSVR title, we assume you can't play it. Ruling out Criterion's Star Wars Battlefront: X-Wing VR Mission as a viable choice this Christmas, you only have the Battlefront Rogue One: Scarif DLC to enjoy this time around - unless you're playing Star Wars: The Old Republic.
Though many still swear by the life of boxed copies - either for collection purposes or just to have something physical to show for their exchange of cash - we're entering a time where CD-Drives are absent from most ready-made machines. So if you're worried about the longevity of your boxed copy, fret not! SEGA is dishing out the Steam keys.
The release of Starcraft II's final expansion wasn't just a single event. Even before we knew the ending to Blizzard's impressive space opera, they made us fully aware of the expanded post-game story coming focusing on Nova - a certain lore-heavy character who saw limited inclusion in the main game. After 2 outings, the third and final showdown has arrived.