The Perfect Screenshot.

Allow me to take you back to October 2003, a few days after the release of Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne. I vividly remember how I’ve spent my winter holiday that year. For days, I had locked myself…

Smilegate hires Remedy’s Paul Ehreth.

Smilegate and Remedy have been closely working together for quite some time now. As you might recall, Smilegate is the developer behind the immensely popular online shooter CrossFire. Although that game is mostly played in South-Korea, with their upcoming video game –…

An offer you can’t refuse.

We’re nearing the end of the current generation of videogame consoles. In about a month from now, many of us will be switching to a newer and more powerful console. The new hardware will allow us to experience our games…

Serious Sam 4.

Every few years the processing power of our consoles and computers reaches new heights. As a result, our games have become more detailed and more complex. A handful of game developers use the increased power to display photorealistic graphics. Others…

Remedy announces autumn season streams.

Control’s latest expansion, AWE, has been out for some time now. I hope most of you have gotten a chance to play it. If not or still in doubt, I’ve prepared a small review that covers my experiences and might help…

Remedy’s Death Rally free on Steam!

Last Friday Remedy announced, as part of their 25th-anniversary celebrations, their very first published videogame Death Rally is now free on Steam. And it will remain free, forever! Death Rally was developed by Remedy and published by 3D Realms in 1996. It was…

Control: AWE.

For more than ten years fans of Alan Wake have been waiting to see the light-wielding hero return. In previous videogames, Remedy has been teasing fans with a possible imminent return of the character. Quite fitting, that not long after…