As you may have gathered from my review, I quite like PUBG. Having got my first Chicken Dinner not so long ago, I finally think I’m in a position to write some hints and tips and to share some of my more successful strategies. This will end up being a 4-part piece (probably) where I’ll cover some general information and tips, before I move onto the start, middle and end of each game and the strategies that I’ve found that…
There comes a time in everyone’s gaming life when their machine of choice decides to call it a day and ascends to the heavens. For some this could be 20 years after buying your first Gameboy or in my case 8 years after buying my HP laptop. It had served me well in that time, but I now desperately needed an upgrade.
In this article I aim to layout my plan of action for anyone who’s thinking of building their first PC, in the hope that I can save you some time and maybe even some money.
Back in January I gave my favourable first impressions on Hearthstone’s closed beta phase. Now that open beta is in full effect and streams of new players are experiencing their first foray into Hearthstone I thought it was high time for some more content and some further insight into the game.
One of the main problems people have with Kerbal Space Program is getting over the initial learning curve. Navigating the constantly changing, three-dimensional nature of space is a complicated procedure, and it’s one I’m only just beginning to get the hang of.
Recently, I’ve started to hit a few personal goals in this game, so to celebrate my achievements I thought I’d share my findings with other beginners who are keen to follow in my footsteps. It is my hope that this guide will provide a useful reference for anyone struggling to find their way past the steep learning curve of this unique space simulator. I suggest bookmarking this page or having it open on a second monitor while you play for immediate reference.
Soul Calibur V releases in Europe today, having been available in North America and Japan for most of this week. It came away with a headshot in Tuesday’s Soul Calibur V review, and if you’re thinking of joining the fight you’ll need to do some catching up to the rest of the world, especially as my main criticism was of how the game doesn’t do quite enough to get you up to speed on its new systems and massive move…