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:

Here’s 15 Minutes of Devil May Cry 5 Gameplay [UPDATE: Game releases on March 8 2019]

Posted on: 21 Aug 2018

IGN has just released a new video that features some gameplay footage for Capcom’s newest entry into the Devil May Cry franchise. Scheduled for a 2019 release, the video features Devil May Cry 5 gameplay captured running on an Xbox One X.

Vokabulantis brings stop motion animation to the gaming industry

Posted on: 16 Aug 2018

In September 2017, Studio MDHR’s  Cuphead was so successful in replicating the style of early animation that it looked too good to be a game at times. Well now a small Danish studio, WiredFly, wants to take it one step further.

PUBG Corp. states “It’s time to FIX PUBG”

Posted on: 09 Aug 2018

Fans of the sensation that plunged the global gaming community into a battle royale frenzy will be happy to know that several serious developments are on the way over the next three months. The South Korean developer, PUBG Corp., has recently revealed plans to implement several major updates to PUBG in order to address a … Continue reading PUBG Corp. states “It’s time to FIX PUBG”

The Crew 2 – Review

Posted on: 29 Jul 2018

The moment a Uplay notification popped up announcing that The Crew 2 had finished downloading, I had a stroke of genius. It had just been a week of hard work, and I was looking forward to some intensive, gaming therapy to relieve my exhaustion. My girlfriend also happened to be at a conference, so the … Continue reading The Crew 2 – Review

Wreckfest – Review

Posted on: 05 Jul 2018

Seeing cars being smashed to pieces will always be the ultimate guilty pleasure of the motoring industry. Human beings are simply fascinated by it. We enthusiastically fork out our hard-earned money to see trucks with giant wheels pulverise entire rows of cars, and a Vin Diesel movie always feels a little lacking without at least … Continue reading Wreckfest – Review

PUBG creator decides to drop copyright charges against Epic Games

Posted on: 27 Jun 2018

On Monday the 25th of June PUBG Corp., an organisation affiliated with Bluehole Inc. based in South Korea, officially declared their intention to drop a protracted lawsuit against Epic Games  over allegations of copyright infringement. This comes after Bluehole had opened a court case in January against Epic Games claiming that their battle royale golden … Continue reading PUBG creator decides to drop copyright charges against Epic Games

Aragami: Shadow Edition Review

Posted on: 22 Jun 2018

I always knew that we could count on the releases from the ‘middle shelf’ and the indie scene to keep the spirit of classic stealth gameplay alive! While perhaps not as extravagant as their big-budget counterparts, games such as Styx, Mark of the Ninja, and indeed Aragami nevertheless exist as both fan service and to … Continue reading Aragami: Shadow Edition Review

Netherlands Loot Box Ban Affects CS:GO and DOTA 2 Players

Posted on: 21 Jun 2018

I think many might have seen this one coming. On the 19th of June, Valve issued a statement to all Counter Strike: Global Offensive and DOTA 2 players in the Netherlands that they will no longer be able to purchase online loot boxes since it is now officially against a ruling issued by the Dutch … Continue reading Netherlands Loot Box Ban Affects CS:GO and DOTA 2 Players