Posts by Pieter Naude:
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
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.
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.
Posted on: 27 May 2020
In a recent post on Twitter, Wholesome Games revealed a new trailer for the upcoming social simulation and role playing game, Ooblets. The trailer was also accompanied by the announcement that the game will be entering early access “pretty soon”.
Posted on: 21 May 2020
With 2006’s Gears of War, Epic Games had crafted one of the most influential blueprints for a third-person shooter, one that has barely changed for more than a decade. Despite receiving some flak over the formulaic nature of the combat, all six mainline entries still find their roots in the classic, over the shoulder greatness … Continue reading Gears Tactics PC Review
Nintendo Switch Emulator Yuzu receives multi-core update, huge improvement in performance for many games
Posted on: 09 May 2020
The industrious development team behind Yuzu, a PC emulator for the Nintendo Switch, announced an update that enables true multi-core scalability. For an emulator that mainly used a single, CPU core until now, this update is a huge milestone in rendering capacity, and most games already benefit from its inclusion.
Posted on: 13 Apr 2020
Numerous anonymous sources have disclosed to Videogameschronicle.com that a remake of Resident Evil 4 seems to be in the pipeline. Much like the last two Resident Evil games, the fourth entry is rumored to receive the full, next-gen makeover, and aims to be released in 2022.
Posted on: 11 Apr 2020
It’s that time again folks! Put on your straw hats, check your log pose and join anime’s most endearing gang of pirates as they beat up more marines than you can physically count. After five years, Omega Force and Koei Tecmo have finally shifted the focus of the Warriors/musou series back to the One Piece … Continue reading One Piece Pirate Warriors 4 PC Review
Posted on: 24 Mar 2020
It is hard to believe five years have passed since Ori and the Blind Forest debuted on our screens. Developers Moon Studios crafted a momentous game that not only reinvigorated the metroidvania genre, but also reminded players how beautiful and intricate these titles can be. Now the long-awaited sequel finally hits shelves, but how could … Continue reading Ori and the Will of the Wisps PC Review
Posted on: 14 Mar 2020
I learnt about Warlander’s existence back in mid-2019 while it was still being developed as an action-RPG. As a fan of the Fable series, I was immediately hooked by Warlander’s narrative, visual style and fantasy setting, all of which suggested the game had decent potential. Unfortunately, the developers – Clock Drive Games – announced in … Continue reading Warlander – PC Review