Trine 2–the followup of 2009s hit, Trine–is less than a month away, and we have been graced with some new screens that show the beauty that captivated us at E3. For me personally, Trine 2 feels like it will be the perfect game to play after absolutely obliterating Skyrim.
Following the recent defacing of the Steam User Forums, Valve found that the intrusion went much deeper including encrypted credit card information, yet no evidence of misuse has been found. Valve warns that you monitor your credit card statements closely.
What’s your Battlefield Moment?
Still happen to have a PC copy of old faithful Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare? Don’t have enough to buy Modern Warfare 3? Well, you’re in luck good sir. Star Wars: Galactic Warfare is surprisingly good.
Here’s a nice teaser trailer highlighting Battlefield 2 maps re-imagined in Frostbite 2: Gulf of Oman, Sharqi Peninsula, Strike at Karkand, and Wake Island.
We go hands-on with the upcoming horror title.
A few weeks after the PC-exclusive FPS Hard Reset released, the developers confirmed that they would be adding a “Survival Mode” to the game with patch 1.02. Well, it’s here, and I recorded myself giving it a try for the first time on the Hard difficulty. Check it out!
Sonic Generations surprised a majority of gamers when it was announced that there would be a PC port of Sonic Team’s Sonic Generations by studio Devil’s Details whose port job of Virtual Tennis 4 turned out well. So how does Sega’s best kept secret look like on PC in full 1080p?
With Blizzcon taking place last weekend, there were a great deal of announcements, but none were quite as genius as the World of Warcraft annual pass. The real genius of the annual pass was the inclusion of Diablo 3, a mount, and beta access. I think that a lot of WoW players that were on [...]
The first draft of the Battlefield 3 PC Server Administrator Manual has been released as well as client side commands posted by Mikael Kalms on the EA Battlefield forums.
So far there have been a lot of questions about how Infinity Ward and Sledgehammer Games will give proper treatment to the PC version of Modern Warfare 3. Luckily, Robert Bowling aka @fourzerotwo took the most frequently asked questions from PC gamers and squashed most of them out. Feedback has been taken since Modern Warfare [...]
If you’ve ever used gaming mice and keyboards, then you are aware of the painstaking process of configuring your peripherals so that they fit like a glove. As someone who has had 3 different PCs in the last 4 years, I know the pain all too well. As if my gaming habit wasn’t nerdy enough, [...]
The PC patch 1.3 is now available. Steam will update the game automatically.
Origin released a client update to version 8.3 today introducing the cloud storage beta similar to Steam and PSN’s cloud saving system just in time for Battlefield 3. Storage in the beta is limited to PSN’s paid for limit of 100 MB with PSN Plus while Steam’s free storage is seemingly unlimited as long as [...]
Well, we’ve come this far and Battlefield 3 fans only have to wait one more week until release. Sweet sweet release. In this video some of the bullet points that were important to me have now been checked off, namely the aircraft carriers. It won’t be long now.
Valve recently released Peer Review supporting Portal 2 post launch with free DLC, but one might be looking for a singleplayer experience that offers a little more know how amidst mind bending puzzles.
At Indiecade, I was fortunate enough to get some quality time with Phil Fish’s labor of love, FEZ.
Was id Software’s first new IP since Quake worth the wait?
One of the biggest RPG series on the PC in the eighties and nineties was Might and Magic. Created by New World Computing, each game in the series featured a large open world to explore, numerous side quests, and odd plot twists that one would not expect in a fantasy game.
The game and developer winners this year are…
Straight from one of the hog’s mouth on the Steam forums Hashmallum hinted at Hard Resets next 1.02 patch.
Space marine? No. Space miner? Yes.
It won’t be long now until a flood of new Origin accounts will be made just to play Battlefield 3 on Oct. 25, so EA and DICE have put out a trailer to reassure that there’s destruction in Battlefield 3.
It seems that Techland and Deepsilver are still working to patch the PC version to the best possible product with PC patch 1.2.1. No need for a link to download, Steam will update the game automatically.
Gaijin Games’ next project after their long running Bit. Trip. series of games will revist the gameplay stylings of Bit. Trip. Runner with Runner 2. The sequel will be different in art style in contrast to the 8 bit look of Runner.
Terraria 1.1 won’t be released until near the end of this year, but even the developer is still treading down the long road to 1.1. This teaser will have to hold us over until then to the popular 2D-MineCraft-Vania game.
Feeling a little left out on the impressive console ports of Crysis 1 to the 360 and PS3? Well, the only answer to that on PC is more particles… thousands more.
Zombie Studios’ sequel to downloadable multiplayer fps title Blacklight: Tango Down begins closed beta testing Nov. 10.
Steam is the bane of my existence. That said, I have just purchased Portal 2.
Afterfall: InSanity Is Coming To PC Nov. 25. Developers To Prove Smaller Studios Can Make Great Games
Afterfall: Insanity is the project from Polish developer Intoxicate Studios, it started as “a fan project by a number of Polish gamers and professionalized mid-2008.”