After two disappointing Game of Thrones titles, Cyanide is back with Of Orcs and Men, a dark fantasy story in which you play the roles of an orc and a goblin who are up against the Empire of men. Provided you don't expect a AAA title, this new RPG will embark you upon a rather enjoyable journey if you are into mature stories. Thanks to pretty nice visuals (aside from the horrible faces of the human characters) and its efficient music score, the game offers quite a nice ride despite some obvious flaws. By no means does it play in the same league as KOTOR or Dragon Age, but it is nonetheless entertaining if you enjoy KOTOR-like combat and you don't mind it being awfully linear. Check out our PC videos and make your own opinion. Update: One last video added.
After the Facebook scandal, the Russians hacking, and so on, at least Europe is taking steps. The US didn't do shit. (1 Hour ago)
I definitely don't fault people who can't afford to comply. And the situation sucks for them. That doesn't really draw any final conclusions about GDPR one way or the other. (3 Hours ago)
is handled in general. And that data doesn't need to be sold or even contain very personal information. We're talking about user profiles and game stats and shit. (3 Hours ago)
@nostradamus: People in that situation are just shutting down (like SteamSpy). But even if the core business isn't the handling of that data, we're talking about how user data generated by games (3 Hours ago)
data that may be core implementation of your data structure, all new process workflows when data enters the system and the way they are treated) it can be Super costly to implement. (3 Hours ago)