For Bungie I can only imagine that it’s a slightly stressful time. Although they did create several critical hits before going on to sculpt Halo, the team as it stands now is a one-hit wonder, known almost exclusively for their work on the legendary Halo series. With Master […]
IGN have posted up 15-minutes of gameplay from the upcoming Dreadnought, a game which has a brilliant concept: giant spaceships + multiplayer equals mayhem. You take command of one of several different classes of ship, from the lighter, faster corvettes to the mega-powered dreadnoughts that can unleash broadsides […]
Dead Rising 3 arrives on PCs tomorrow, but with one major caveat: it’s locked to just 30FPS, which is the same as the console version. For most PC gamers this is a punishing blow, but never fear because you can unlock the framerate, allowing you to hold a […]
Back in March of 2013 I put together my first gaming PC in a while, working with a budget so tight that the elite community of gamers would giggle like school girls as they caressed their GTX Titans. Still, tight budget or not it has done rather well over the past year, giving me access to plenty of awesome games along the way, but about a month ago the sudden urge to do some upgrades took hold of me. This highlights one of the great things about a PC: if you’ve got some spare cash then you can upgrade the machine to further enhance your experience. I didn’t need to do it, because as budget as my previous build was it could have kept playing games for a little while to come, but I did it because it was something I wanted, a treat to myself. It’s also handy for this website, as it means I can stay on top of the PC titles, at least for the time being.
Saints Row fans rejoice because there’s been two interesting snippets of new announced today. Firstly Saints Row IV will be coming to both Xbox One and PS4 on January 27th in Saints Row IV: Re-Elected. Not much more is known at this point, but presumably there will be […]
Valve are under fire from Australia’s Consumer Rights Commision over Steam’s long criticised refund policy. Australia’s Consumer Rights Commission is suing Valve over the following points: Consumers were not entitled to a refund for any games sold by Valve via Steam in any circumstances. Valve had excluded, restricted or […]
Uber Entertainment’s spirtual successor to both the brilliant Total Annihilation and Supreme Commander is finally set to leave Early Access and get a true release on September 5th. Planetary Annihilation has thus far been playable since June of 2013 when the Kickstarter Alpha was launched, followed a month […]