All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘PC’

Bear Simulator Lets You Live Out Your Dream Of Being A Bear

Farjay Studios has noticed a disturbing trend in games these days. They’ve found that games puts players into the roles of humans far too often. That’s a problem, and one they hope to remedy with their latest title. Farjay Studios launched a Kickstarter today for Bear Simulator – a game that says everything in its title. In the game, you …

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Sacred 3 Certainly Puts The Action In Action RPG

The Sacred series is one of those lesser known RPG franchises that sticks around thanks to its devoted PC fanbase. The development team tried to branch out with console versions of Sacred 2, and that must have been a successful experiment for them as they’re going to try it again. Deep Silver announced this morning that Sacred 3 will be …

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Gauntlet Brings Its Unique Brand Of Co-Op Dungeon Crawling To PCs This Summer

In 1985, Midway introduced the world to co-op dungeon crawler Gauntlet. It was one of the first games to get co-operative play right as players had to work together to get through the countless dungeons. Midway made a number of sequels since its initial release, but none really came close to being as good as the original. Now WB Games …

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Here’s How Creative Assembly Made The Xenomorph In Alien: Isolation

The xenomorph is the ultimate killing machine. Well, that was the case in the first Alien film before they were reduced to bullet sponges in Aliens and every subsequent media property released in the franchise since then. This all came to a head last year with the disastrous Aliens: Colonial Marines that somehow managed to make the xenomorph look even …

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More Chrome OS All-in-Ones Coming This Year

The PC market is contracting after the surge of mobile devices in recent years has made desktop and even notebook computers look expensive and old-fashioned. In addition to ultramobile notebooks, one of the only PC categories still growing is, oddly enough, Chromebooks. Now it seems that larger PC manufacturers will be doubling down on Chrome OS with new all-in-one PCs. …

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This War Of Mine Is All About The Human Cost Of War

“In war, not everyone is a soldier.” That’s the tagline for 11 Bit Studio’s latest game – This War of Mine. As it suggests, the game does not put players into the role of a soldier. Instead, players will instead be tasked with keeping a group of civilians alive even as the war outside brings the world down around them. …

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Titanfall Gets The NMA Treatment

After almost a year after its initial reveal, Titanfall is finally available today on Xbox One and PC. The Xbox One version is particularly important as its being positioned as the system seller Microsoft needs right now in the face of 6 million PS4 units sold and counting. So, will Titanfall “save” the Xbox One? At this point, probably not. …

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TowerFall Ascension Launches On PS4 Today

The Ouya may have not been the console gaming savior is was hyped up as, but it did provide us with a couple of unique games. Perhaps its most notable game was TowerFall – a 4-player competitive game much like Super Smash Bros. but with one hit kills. Now the game has made its way to the PS4 with some …

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Titanfall Ushers In Next-Generation Shooters Today

The Xbox One and PS4 launched with a number of shooters, but they were all just prettier versions of old ideas. There was nothing truly next-gen about them. That finally changes today with the release of Titanfall. You’ve been waiting for it and EA has finally delivered – Titanfall is now available in North America for the PC and Xbox …

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Titanfall Cancelled At The Eleventh Hour For South Africa

Titanfall is almost upon us. Next Tuesday, gamers all around the world will hop into mechs and fight for supremacy. Well, almost all around the world as one country is no longer getting the game. EA announced today that the planned South African release of Titanfall has been cancelled. Surprisingly, the cancellation wasn’t made in response to some perceived controversy …

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Dragon Age Inquisition Sure Looks Pretty

Dragon Age Origins, despite its solid characters and writing, was a little on the generic side. Dragon Age II was even more so. With Dragon Age Inquisition, it looks like BioWare is beginning to learn a thing or two about world building. In a new trailer for Dragon Age Inquisition, BioWare shows off some of the environments players will come …

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Titanfall Will Have A Season Pass, Costs $25

For a multiplayer-centric game like Titanfall, a season pass was a foregone conclusion. After all, what’s better than making gamers pay up front for content that doesn’t even exist yet? The games industry has yet to find something better so a season pass it is. Respawn Entertainment announced today that Titanfall will be getting three map packs this year after …

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