Sega Announces Mega Drive Mini

  According to a series of tweets from the Twitter account of the RPG Site, Sega has announced the Mega Drive Mini, a classic console revamped in miniature design, much like the Classic NES and SNES that Nintendo has released recently. It will include, just like Nintendo’s classics, the most

Gabe Newell: “We’re back to making and shipping games”

According to a series of tweets by producer Geoff Keighley, Gabe Newell has announced that Valve is ready to step back into the games industry as a game developer. Keighley also shared several concept art and screenshots of Valve’s upcoming card game Artifact. Yesterday I spent the afternoon up at Valve's stunning new

Papers, Please Short Film Now Out on Steam

Papers, Please is an indie game released in 2013, simulating the work process of an immigration inspector in a fictional country, Arstotzka. It was critically acclaimed as a highly original and innovative indie game, winning over a dozen awards. Last Saturday a short film based on the game was released on

Top 10 Best RPGs

There are roughly two types of RPGs: the ones where players can create their own characters and personalise them in many possible ways; and the ones where players are given one or more established characters that can be chosen and/or personalised in limited ways. One is not necessarily better than

Why Valve Will Never Sell Out To Microsoft

According to some yet unfounded rumours, Microsoft is considering an acquisition of EA, PUBG Corp, and Valve. One of our colleagues here at Backlog Critic has written a feature on why Microsoft buying Valve would make perfect sense. It would make perfect sense for Microsoft, no doubt about it. Microsoft

Why I Think Kingdom Come: Deliverance Will Be A Sh*t Game

Daniel Vávra, director of Kingdom Come: Deliverance, posted the picture below on his Facebook timeline back in November 2017. According to our resident Czech speaker it says, “Some people asked me whether there will be outhouses. Not sure why they ask, but here is the answer…” So there you go: apparently,

Why I Look Forward to Kingdom Come: Deliverance

A while back PC Gamer published a piece on upcoming open world RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance, which I backed in 2016, and for which I await release since they announced it for February 13. It has been in development roughly since 2011, and it was delayed a few times since,


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