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Filed under: STEAM, PC GAMING
Damn! I've had this dry cough for over a week now and it's starting to annoy the crap out of me. No matter what I try, it just won't go away. And other exciting news, you guys buy anything during this summer's Steam sale?
Filed under: STEAM, PC GAMING
Well, I'm sure that most of us prefer them cheap right? Well, wrong as it turns out. I recently found out that quite a lot of people are still very passionate about their gaming and they can't wait for any discounts or sales on services like GOG or Steam, so they purchase their PC titles on the very day they hit the market...
Filed under: PC GAMING, STEAM
Man, these Steam deals are terrific. The obvious question remains: why the hell should we even bother buying new games upon release? These sales on Steam allow you to purchase so many titles for a ridiculously low price. So, providing you're patient enough, you can really grab a whole bunch of cool PC titles for a small amount of cash...
Filed under: PC GAMING
My home PC's in the shop. The damn thing is still not working. Waiting for the verdict. It could be the GPU. My money's on the GPU. As soon as the system boots, it works for about 10-15 minutes and then the computer shuts down on its own. So, it could be one or two things - either it's the GPU or the CPU or RAM or the bloody power supply (those things aren't made to last)...
Well, dear PC gamers, it almost feels like the 90s. There's a real-time strategy out now. It was developed by Relic Entertainment and it's called Company of Heroes 2, which, of course, sticks to its World War II premise and delivers both single-player and multiplayer segments...
Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag is looking good, well, judging from the recent screenshots and fresh in-game footage. Ubisoft Montreal's Ashraf Ismail (Assassin's Creed 4 game director) said that they are "working hard on the PC version" and that it's most likely going to hit stores "a few weeks after" the release of current-gen editions of the game...
Here's what some of our readers have deduced after yesterday's comic: Hell is PC-only. Hm, not exactly the message I was trying to convey, but there's something comforting in that interpretation, considering most of us are going to hell anyway, hence it's nice to know it's PC-only :)
Filed under: UN OM BUN, PC GAMING
Un Om Bun, one of our loyal editors, is getting a PC that can actually run some games. Expect heavy meteor showers, later today.
Filed under: FEZ, PC GAMING
The semi 2D semi 3D platformer, initially released for XBLA, is finally making its way to PC, as uncovered by Polytron lead designer Phil Fish. Here's the word: 2013 is going to be an interesting one, too. For one, FEZ will finally be ported to other platforms...
According to an update posted on EA Forums, the server capacity for the recently released city-building PC game, SimCity, will be increased. Here's the word: This has been an exciting and challenging week for the team here at Maxis, the culmination years of planning and development...
SimCity has just been released on PCs and the very first wave of reviews is already in. Apparently, critics are praising the resurrected city-building franchise, expressing that the game is definitely a step up since the last outing - SimCity Societies...
Back in October 2009, Double Fine Productions and EA, with the help of Jack Black, released an interesting little game called Brutal Legend (which Vince seemed to like... a lot... the Frezetta-obsessed lunatic). It took them years, but apparently they've finally decided to make a PC port. Here's the announcement trailer for Brutal Legend PC: VIDEO: 666963.mp4
Scratching your head doesn't cut it sometimes. Just consider your mistakes carefully and try to ponder why you've made them. Only then can you press forward and hope to unlock all the secrets this game holds. The question is, do you know what the hell you're doing? And remember to keep your feet, 'cause there's no knowing where you might be swept off to...
​The latest weekly sales chart on Steam shows that Chivalry is currently the most wanted title on Valve's digital service: Chivalry: Medieval War The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Dragonborn The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Arma II: Combined Operations Euro Truck 2 Simulator The Cave Far Cry 3 DmC: Devil May Cry Call of Duty; Black Ops II Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Nvidia sends along the word that they are working on Project SHIELD, "the world's first gaming portable for open platforms, designed for modern gamers who yearn to play when, where and how they want." The idea is to give gamers the opportunity to try their favorite PC games (Steam titles included)...
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