Skating horses in Second Life, an unstoppable virus in World of Warcraft and the one-letter mistake that stuffed the AI in Aliens: Colonial Marines – I sought out some funny bug stories for a feature in PCGamesN.
A beautiful aquatic adventure freshly released from Early Access – and all the better for years of improvements.
The Fuel Rats are trying to rescue a player who has been stranded where no human has gone before. And it’s all because of mugs.
Grim Dawn or Grim YAWN?
Super Metroid and a roguelike had a secret love child and just left it on your porch
Definitely the best arthritis/ulcer simulator I’ve ever played.
The Thargoids popped up recently in Elite: Dangerous, and I talked to a group that’s working out what they want and where they came from. It involves everything from barnacles to genocide, with a bit of torture thrown in for good measure.
Halloween is upon us, and Bonbon is the perfect game to get you in the mood. A toddler, a 1980s house and a giant monster – what could possibly go wrong?
Return to Zork was a sequel to the semi-popular series of text adventures in the 80’s, simply titled Zork. It was the first game … More
The Last Door is actually technically two games, as it was released episodically over the course of two separate standalone seasons, … More
Oh, I have been waiting seven years to finally play this game. The Dream Machine is a point-and-click adventure that was … More
Monster Bash was one of those early 90’s games by Apogee, former king of weird PC platformers and shoot-em-ups. I think this … More
Wow, has it been two whole years since Pillars of Eternity came out already? And Parts 1 and 2 of … More
What is Dogolrax? Well, Dogolrax is game about you, a nameless human guy, being stranded on an alien planet called Dogolrax, which is … More
Wow. Well, E3 hasn’t even actually started yet and there have already been some pretty impressive reveals. There are already far … More
For some reason I never got around to Blood 2 back in the day, or any day since. Perhaps its bad … More
Speaking of nineties shooters, how about Blood? Published by 3D Realms and developed by gaming legends Monolith Productions, Blood answers the question that no one … More
Ed’s note: We’re proud to welcome Richenbaum Fotchenstein to The Manor, the first of several new regular contributors. Check out … More