Summer is always a busy time for deals, and while huge sales from Nintendo, Xbox, and PlayStation have already ended, one of the season's biggest gaming sales just launched. Every June, Steam users look forward to an absolute truckload of PC games going on sale as part of the platform's annual Summer Sale, and the time has finally come: Steam Summer Sale 2020 is live now, as predicted by a developer at SteamDB back in May. The sale includes major discounts on a ton of great games, including Rainbow Six Siege, Disco Elysium, Skyrim, A Plague Tale: Innocence, Grand Theft Auto V, and Terraria. It's one of the best times of the year to bulk up your game library. Don't miss it if there are any titles you've been looking to snag. … [Read more...] about The Steam Summer Sale 2020 Has Big Deals On Skyrim, Doom Eternal, GTA 5, And Lots More
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Andy Kelly: Google's Tilt Brush is one of the best non-game VR things, letting you paint in 3D space. Once I was so into painting a big landscape scene that, while I was on my hands and knees painting individual stands of grass, I forgot where the boundary was and head-butted the fireplace. It was a small bump, leaving a scuff on the Vive. But the feeling of suddenly being jolted out of VR was much worse. I tend to get completely lost in virtual reality, and whenever I'm reminded of the world outside the headset, even if it's just my elbow hitting the wall, I get a weird feeling of sensory whiplash. … [Read more...] about What’s your worst gaming-related injury?
Running out of things to binge? Impossible! As our rundown of what’s new to stream on Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Disney Plus shows, streaming services are still pumping out everything from addicting true-crime documentaries to best-in-class boxsets on a weekly basis. To save you the hassle of flicking through watchlists and content libraries all weekend, we’ve narrowed it down to six of the best things you should be watching from July 3 onwards. … [Read more...] about 6 New Netflix, Disney Plus, and Amazon Prime movies and shows to watch this weekend
"I already have several new features implemented and I'm doing more," Pavel says when I ask him what he wants to do next. "I'm just not sure if those will be part of Spintires updates as we lack proper communication with Oovee." The game was recently updated, but Pavel explains that away as a hotfix update. "I don't know if my new features would be updates to Spintires or part of a new game or franchise, but I have at least one or two years of work ahead before I switch to something else," he adds. "New features include snow, a larger view distance, nicer skyboxes, rain, wind, tracked vehicles, realistic soft wheels simulation and vehicle collision model similar to [fellow vehicle sim] BeamNG." … [Read more...] about The bumpy road of Spintires development
Everspace 2I never played the first Everspace, but Everspace 2 immediately grabbed my attention. It's a gorgeous, open-world dogfighting space sim where you roam solar systems, trade goods, upgrade your ship, and shoot a lot of bad guys. That's not exactly the most original idea—Rebel Galaxy Outlaw did it years ago along with maybe a dozen other games—but Everspace 2 is snappy and its promise of near-infinite ship customization options is certainly exciting. And, hell, I'm just excited to blow up more stuff in space. I played a bit of the demo on Steam, and enjoyed the cool gadgets that come with different ship types, like EMP pulses. —Steven Messner … [Read more...] about The most exciting games of not-E3 so far