Blizzard, famed creators of super-duper popular MMO World of Warcraft weren’t always this big and famous. Back in the day, under the name “Silicon & Synapse” they released their first game to the SNES; The Lost Vikings. Now many years and billions of dollars of WoW subscriptions later you can grab their first game for… Continue reading Friday Freeloader: Lost Vikings & Rock N Roll Racing
It is rare for a console game to grace the Friday Freeloader, and yet here we are with one of the crown jewels of the PlayStation 3 no less. As of this Wednesday Uncharted 3 multiplayer is now free to play up to a level 15 cap.
DUST 514 has hit open beta, allowing anyone with a PS3 to join in with one of the most interesting games of the year.
Valve’s critical hit Portal is now free for all. It had previously gone free alongside the launch of Steam on Mac last year but now it seems the new price tag is here to stay.
With the recent closure of the Shuttle Program and the future of just what craft will take man into the stars on everyone’s mind, Kerbal Space Program is a timely entry for Friday Freeloader.
This week’s Friday Freeloader thinks inside the box. I would like to assure you that today’s featured game, Super Crate Box, is of much higher caliber than that awful pun, for which I would like to sincerely apologize.
There are too many free games this week for us to focus on just one, so we’ll do an old-fashioned roundup for your perusal.
So this one is a bit different from our usual. Conquer-on-Contact is a turn-based strategy game for your browser. I’ve been playing it on and off for many years now and quite like its simplicity and how great it is as a procrastination device. The game has a very minimalist look and approach, as you… Continue reading Friday Freeloader: Conquer-on-Contact
This week’s featured free game is for disabled persons. “I’m not disabled,” you may say. Maybe not, but let’s see how healthy your thumb is after you play One Switch Ballz until the wee hours of the morning.
Minecraft is a curious PC game developed by the lone developer ‘Notch’. At it’s core it’s a game of building, mining and crafting. It escapes definition for any particular genre other than ‘open world’ and is very much a game of what you make of it, literally. And as I recently took the plunge in… Continue reading Minecraft Alpha Impressions
Before Dragon Age: Origins there was Dragon Age: Journeys. A highly polished 2D flash game from a new addition to the EA family; EA2D. Made as both an introduction to the Dragon Age lore and as a marketing tool Dragon Age: Journeys is a flash game well worth giving a shot. It has a lovely… Continue reading Friday Freeloader: Dragon Age Journeys
Warsow is the star of this weeks Friday Freeloader. It’s a simple twitch-based online FPS with all your standard multi-player FPS game modes with a nice variety of weapons and a great visual style. If you’re burned out on your Modern Warfare’s and Battlefields and want something to spice up your shooter routine then Warsow… Continue reading Friday Freeloader: Warsow
It’s Friday, so that can mean only one thing: Another free game for your playing pleasure! This week, we’ll be casting a look at Valve’s recently released shooter, Alien Swarm.
First of all welcome to what I hope will become a regular feature here at Press X or Die. This weeks free game is the R* classic and the launch of one of the most successful video game franchises, the original and iconic Grand Theft Auto.