Haider Khan

Haider Khan

One of the long time staff at SegmentNext, Haider is an integral part of the team with a love for writing, playing guitar, and aviation. Apart from writing for us, Haider is also a competitive FPS player and also enjoys exotic RPG games like Diablo and Xenogears (his favorite game of all time) on the side.

Divinity: Original Sin is a complicated RPG, with lots of NPCs and enigmatic areas that need to be explored and discovered. It’s never too linear in such classic turn-based RPGs, and one can easily get lost or stuck, particularly...
Two years ago the popular YouTube group The Yogscast decided it was time for them to launch their own game. They decided to put pen on paper and aptly name the game Yogsventures. Cool. It seemed to have an attractive gameplay, and...
The first time I was introduced to Magic: The Gathering, it wasn't through their classic brownish cards that every young set of gathered guys and gals would be playing with. In fact, it was just a year ago that Magic: The...
Grand Theft Auto’s 1.5 patch has brought with itself a few changes, but those changes are easily overshadowed by the most intriguing and biblical bug in GTA Online so far. You might not be able to turn water into wine, but you can...
It’s never too bad to have customized gadgets to stand out of the crowd, though that’s not the only reason we do it of course. If you’re looking to “pimp up” your console, you can actually do so with some customized colors...
Codemasters has hinted on possible news regarding F1 2014, suggesting that an announcement could be due next week. It’s subtle, but evident enough that the studio is cooking up something, as they selected the “Tweet of the...
Dark Souls 2 is getting a new update in the form of the Regulation 1.08 patch in the near future. This patch will be nerfing certain armor sets, while vastly improving specific weapons that were previously underpowered. Healing in PvP...
Divinity: Original Sin brings back the olden times of turn-based strategic RPGs, and with it a familiar kind of in-depth character development system. It’s not shameful to admit that the flexibility and open-endedness offered by the...
A great thing about Shovel Knight is that it as a game takes many of us veterans back to those simplistic yet ever-satisfying days of pixelated side-scrollers that never took themselves seriously, yet always posed a challenge....
Nintendo’s Shigeru Miyamoto use of the hyphened phrase “open-world” to describe the upcoming Wii U entry to the The Legend of Zelda franchise may have been, qccording to his own suggestion - used to deliver a specific meaning...