TV Trouble

TV Trouble is WarioWare Reimagined as a '60s Period Piece

Jeremy Peel on Jan 30, 2017 | games

PCGamesN’s Jeremy Peel explores TV Trouble, a game that has you working as a TV repair person in 1967 as you embrace the plastic clunk of analogue buttons and the gentle wash of white noise.

Smite Tactics

The Gods Go Turn-Based in Smite Tactics

Jeremy Peel on Jan 26, 2017 | games

Running a successful MOBA is a job that never finishes, and Smite is a project that has no end. It’s certainly not something that Hi-Rez would complain about. But for lead designer Scott Zier, who grew up with Civ and X-Com to become a player of tabletop games like Warhammer and X-Wing, the urge to pull the game’s cast of gods and immortals sideways into a new genre was building.

Train SIm World

Inside the Imposing Engines of Train Sim World

Jeremy Peel on Jan 23, 2017 | games

PCGamesN’s Jeremy Peel takes a look at Dovetail’s Train Sim World to explore the player’s desire to play as the train or its driver. It’s a subtle distinction, but one that distinguishes the new Train Sim World from previous iterations in the popular series.

Game School Online

Learn Unreal Engine 4 Development from Professional AAA Devs via Game School Online

Leo Gonzalez on Jan 12, 2017 | academic education

Discover how AAA developers are teaming up to deliver an experienced approach to Unreal Engine learning.


MEG 9 is a Vehicular Shooter from Father of Cyberpunk William Gibson

Jeremy Peel on Jan 9, 2017 | games

In MEG 9, you’re controlling a huge, ten-ton rig on behalf of a corporation investigating an alternate dimension - the Probability Aperture. The corp runs a number of research facilities within the Aperture - which simply means ‘hole’, Portal fans - and one of them has gone offline. Your job is to get in there, check the place out, and get it back online if at all possible.