2018 is shaping up to be a fantastic year for those who game on PC. We’re pretty excited for all
Day: February 13, 2018
GungHo Online Entertainment America’s free-to-play online hack-and-slash title, Let it Die, managed to officially sell four million digital copies worldwide.
Looking for a new RPG to play with friends? Then head over to Steam and pick up Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited for 30% off the original price.
After stunning everyone by showing up at the Royal Rumble, former UFC champion Ronda Rousey hasn’t appeared on WWE television since. That’s kind of a crappy way to promote your newest star, as many people tuned in to the episode of Raw after the Rumble to see what Rousey would do next, only to be disappointed that she didn’t show.
A zero-day vulnerability has been discovered in the desktop version for end-to-end encrypted Telegram messaging app that was being exploited in the wild in order to spread malware that mines cryptocurrencies such as Monero and ZCash.
By Kratos, can it be? Surely my screen-weary eyes are not deceiving me. The word on the street is that Sony is seriously contemplating the addition of a PSN name change feature. An email anonymously forwarded to Push Square contains a screenshot of the survey Sony is apparently sending out to select users.
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An official PlayStation Let’s Play video has put the spotlight on more gameplay from Polyarc’s upcoming title, Moss. A PSVR exclusive, Moss puts you into the role of Quill, a tiny rodent whose destiny kicks into motion after discovering a strange relic made of glass. But there’s one twist you probably weren’t expecting — you’re also a character in the game, and Quill knows you’re there.