Rush Rally 3 gets enhanced visuals and a classic car

Rush Rally 3 has now received a bumper update that introduces higher resolution textures for its vast selection of cars, enhanced graphical options, minor fixes for low-memory devices, and an all-new classic car expansion pack. The update’s arrival was first spotted by Touch Arcade. If you’re yet to give this one a go, it’s a […]Read More

Wasteland 3 Delayed To August 28

COVID-19’s impact on the game industry pushes another game date back, as InXile’s Wasteland 3 has been pushed to August 28 (Be sure to check out an awesome feature on Wasteland 3 in the current issue of Game Informer!}. Studio head Brian Fargo issued a statement via Twitter, commenting that a shift to work-from-home procedures had impacted […]Read More

The Best Games To Play During Lockdown

With unprecedented measures currently being taken to ensure public health, much of the world is locked down in their homes, asked by government officials to be judicious about when they venture out. While it’s important to balance any hobby, gaming is one that not only often asks you to stay in your home, but is […]Read More

Finalists for the Google Play Indie Games Festival have now

Earlier this year, Google opened up submissions for this year’s Google Play Indie Games Festival. It’s an international competition that aims to celebrate the very best of indie gaming from across Europe, Japan, and South Korea. Now, a list of finalists has been whittled down from hundreds of submissions. There are 20 finalists from each […]Read More

Top 6 best Switch games of March 2020

1 Animal Crossing: New Horizons As Nintendo’s biggest Switch release since Luigi’s Mansion 3 – and probably well beyond that – Animal Crossing: New Horizons had a lot of weight on its shoulders. But it seems to have paid off, with a glowing critical response and crazy-good sales numbers. Besides which, we can’t think of […]Read More

The Procession to Calvary is a hilarious historical adventure game

The Procession to Calvary, which is a spiritual successor to the “Four Last Things”, was announced by developer Joe Richardson and is set to arrive on mobile devices in future. In the meantime, there is a plan for a PC version that will be released on April 9th. In the game, you’ll basically play within […]Read More

HP Spectre x360 13 aw0205tu (Late 2019) Review

It’s been a long wait for Intel’s 10nm processors to show up in products we can buy, and our now we have with us the latest revision of the HP Spectre x360, a premium, ultra-slim 2-in-1 laptop that features a 10th Gen Intel Core i7-1065G7 CPU from the 10nm ‘Ice Lake’ family. We reviewed the […]Read More

Black Desert Mobile’s Field of Valour makes its triumphant return

Black Desert Mobile’s Field of Valour is back for a limited time only. It sees intrepid adventurers entering into a gruelling 30-minute battle as a party of five guild members or friends. In order to gain entry to the battlefield, you’ll first need to earn and spend some tokens of valour. These can most easily […]Read More

Dark Raider is a retro-styled hack ‘n’ slash game that’s

Dark Raider is an upcoming action hack ‘n’ slash game that’s heading for both iOS and Android on April 2nd. It’s been available since January 26th on Steam where it’s currently in Early Access but the intention was always to bring the game to mobile at a later date too. The game kicks off following […]Read More

Make One is an ingenious, award-winning puzzler for Android

Puzzlers don’t come much more intuitive or inventive than developer Brazle’s Make One. After picking up a couple of awards throughout its development, it’s now available worldwide for Android. It’s a logic-based puzzler that requires you to combine blocks with the same numerical value until only one remains. It’s all about thinking through your moves […]Read More