Posts Tagged ‘PC’
Imagine Me is the first title from new developer KinifiGames. It was founded by Christopher Figueroa, a former employee of ActiVision who left to create his own game and his own vision. Imagine Me is a precision platformer along the lines of Super Meat Boy where you have limited controls, namely move and jump, but you have to […]
The sci-fi themed action RPG is set to release on PC and PS4 on…
As the third (ish) entry into the “Souls” series, fans should know what they’re getting into with Dark Souls 2. As a direct sequel to Dark Souls, you can expect a lot of the same elements in this game: Pyromancy, i-frames, and Havel’s Armor… the list goes on.
Sennheiser will be making an appearance at PAX East to demo their latest gaming headsets G4ME ONE, G4ME ZERO, U 320, and MOMENTUM. They’ll have a setup of four PC gaming stations (courtesy of Velocity Micro) and they will be raffling one off at the end of the week. These are high-end headsets geared towards […]
Diablo III: Reaper of Souls changes the franchise for the better, adding in countless replayability, more loot than you can count, and enough enemies to kill for days and days.
Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate, previously an exclusive title for 3DS and Vita, joins its big brothers on home consoles today with a few bonuses.
The Respawn Entertainment game Titanfall, which is available on PC and Xbox One, has opened up a beta playlist, allowing people to experience the new changes being made.
Space dogfighting and mech combat will soon be gracing the PS4 and the Xbox One, according to a new dev diary from Strike Suit Zero developer Born Ready Games.
If there are two things I love, they’re robots and jets. Well, I love more than those two things, but combining those two are like combining chocolate and peanut butter. In the case of Strike Suit Zero, the peanut butter’s sometimes unexpectedly chunky instead of creamy, but still tasty.
WildStar is the kind of game that needs very little introduction. Since it was announced, it’s been dominating the minds of MMORPG heads all over the world.
Things are going to be getting better soon for Titanfall fans in Australia.
If you’ve been online any amount of time in the past few months, you’ve seen hype for Titanfall. Well, the game’s here… did it live up to the colossal expectations everyone had for it?