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Your Morning Digital Brew

Oh, yesterday was filled with new releases and stupid moves. Plus, Batman is still having issues! Check out what you missed!

Facebook Messenger can now be used without a Facebook account… 216 more words


Crysis: A playthrough

In this blog I will be playing Crysis, the critically acclaimed first-person shooter by Crytek that is still a graphical masterpiece, despite being released in 2009. 321 more words

Video Games

Crytek's First VR Game is said to be an ‘Exploration Experience’

VR (Virtual Reality) is something that we have only just recently been surrounded by. Gamers have yet to see the full potential of VR and its capabilities but Crytek is hoping its first VR-based game is going to help gamers immerse themselves within the world of Virtual Reality. 307 more words


Crytek releases major update with Linux, Android, and Oculus Rift support FINALLY!!!!

Crytek released version 3.8.1 of CryEngine, with a new OpenGL renderer support, so developers can publish CryEngine games on Linux and Android devices. Which also happens to include Oculus Rift support. 400 more words

Linux Game News

E3 2015: Crytek Announce VR Game 'Robinson: the Journey'

Crytek has announced a new virtual reality game called Robinson: The Journey.

Players will assume the role of a young boy who has crash-landed on a mysterious planet, which can be viewed in 360 degree detail with the use of VR technology. 175 more words

E3 2015

That's the way Medieval times were, bro

So I’ve been reading a lot of hot noise about The Witcher 3 recently. Some critics, like Polygon’s Arthur Gies, don’t like the way women are portrayed in the series. 498 more words

Arthur Gies

Nigmabox Rundown (05/4-11/4) High Impact Sexual Violence: Gooey Edition

So, this week I tried Killer Is Dead, and it made me realize that I simply cannot play Character Action Games that implement a grading system, meaning most of them, as if you get anything beneath the highest score, well, you are just fucking up.   951 more words