About: Pieter Naude

Pieter Naude

Website: DSOGaming : https://www.dsogaming.com
Bio: Pieter hails all the way from the tip of southern Africa and suffers from serious PC technophilia. Therapists say it is incurable. Now he has to remind himself constantly that gaming doesn’t count as a religion even if DRM is the devil. Thankfully, writing reviews sometimes helps with the worst symptoms.

Posts by Pieter Naude:

Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes from the creators of Suikoden exceeds all initial Kickstarter goals

Posted on: 01 Aug 2020

Last week we released an article on a Kickstarter campaign for the upcoming game Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes by the same creators of the widely-beloved JRPG Suikoden. The dormant fan base was clearly waiting for this moment because they have matched every one of the game’s opening Kickstarter goals.

Preorders open for gaming PC’s built by Konami

Posted on: 29 Jul 2020

If you like playing Konami games on PC, would you also like playing PC games on Konami? Pre-orders have recently opened to the Japanese public for a new series of slick-looking gaming desktops, and their assembly is being directed by none other than the gaming publisher itself.

Rock of Ages III: Make & Break PC Review

Posted on: 29 Jul 2020

Rock of Ages III: Make & Break is a game that is virtually impossible to describe in one sentence. The official blurb mentions something about “competitive arcade action meets tower defense”, and that the game takes inspiration from Monty Python for its humour. However, this doesn’t even begin to describe how this latest entry brings … Continue reading Rock of Ages III: Make & Break PC Review

The PC port of Super Mario 64 gets a 4k texture pack

Posted on: 18 Jul 2020

With the online release of a dedicated, DirectX 12 PC port of Super Mario 64, the only thing more exciting than actually playing the game is the inevitable creation of mods. If you have been itching to increase the quality of those classic, in-game textures, a new 4K texture pack might be just what you have … Continue reading The PC port of Super Mario 64 gets a 4k texture pack

Trackmania PC Review

Posted on: 12 Jul 2020

I first played the original Trackmania Nations more than a decade ago. The game came with a PC magazine subscription, and it was amazing that such a top-notch arcade racer was freeware. Nowadays, even Grand Theft Auto games are handed out like mints with a restaurant cheque, but back then a free game like this … Continue reading Trackmania PC Review

New in-game screenshots leaked online from Watch Dogs Legion

Posted on: 07 Jul 2020

A few slightly blurry screenshots of Ubisoft’s upcoming Watch Dogs Legion have made their way onto Reddit. According to the thread, these particular in-game images were leaked by Chinese Media during their preview of the game earlier today.

Ubisoft is giving away free copies of Watch Dogs 2 to viewers of Ubisoft Forward

Posted on: 07 Jul 2020

In a recent trend of hosting live stream events to replace conferences, Ubisoft will announce their latest news and releases in an online show this Sunday, 12 July. To encourage gamers to be part of the action, viewers can pick up their free copy of Watch Dogs 2.

Skelattack PC Review

Posted on: 21 Jun 2020

My ultimate guilty pleasure of low IQ YouTube content is gamer rage compilations. Seeing a cocky streamer instantly reduced to an infant-like hissy fit after a big ol’ Game Over screen soothes even my worst days. However, as these poor fools decimate their expensive peripherals, consoles and monitors, I realise that I have fantasised about … Continue reading Skelattack PC Review

3dSen, a 3D emulator for the NES, goes into early access on Steam

Posted on: 20 Jun 2020

In case you missed it, a revolutionary new emulator for the NES/Famicon entered a public Steam early access release on June 19th. 3dSen not only emulates some of our favourite games from the platform, it also converts your ROM’s into full 3D visuals.

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission instructs local outlets to issue Fallout 76 refunds

Posted on: 01 Jun 2020

The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) issued a statement specifically addressing an agreement with the local media outlet, EB Games. The statement decrees that gamers who have been denied a refund for Fallout 76 from the local software retailer are now legally entitled to receive their money back.