Harvesting the Fields of Absurdity in Maize

Brian Rowe on Dec 2, 2016 | games

While 2D adventure games have a long history of embracing and celebrating comedy, their 3D brethren tend to navigate the more serious waters of drama and introspection.

Dark Future: Blood Red States

Warhammer Turns Mad Max Turn-Based in Dark Future: Blood Red States

Jeremy Peel on Nov 30, 2016 | games

Find out why the influence of George Miller on Games Workshop has never shone through quite so clearly, like headlamps in the dust, as in Dark Future: Blood Red States.


Inside Earthlight, the Viral Space Game that had Reddit Fooled

Jeremy Peel on Nov 28, 2016 | games vr

PCGamesN catches up with Opaque Media Group to discuss Earthlight’s journey from a remarkable reddit fascination to a fun and enjoyable game.

Breaking New Ground in Virtual Reality

How Unreal Engine is Breaking New Ground in the Construction Industry

Keef Sloan on Nov 7, 2016 | enterprise visualization and training vr

Groundbreakings are nothing new to the world of construction, but a recent groundbreaking in virtual reality has brought a new sense of innovation and imagination to the concept.


Testing the Outer Limits of EVERSPACE

Brian Rowe on Nov 7, 2016 | games

ROCKFISH Games knows a thing or two about making a space shooter, but after nearly doubling its goal in a successful crowdfunding campaign, the young studio has set its sights on shaking things up.