Posts Tagged ‘PC’
In order to combat scammers, Riot Games is doing away with all printed skin codes from before April of this year.
With June nearly over and July on the horizon. It’s time to get ready for those big sales celebrating America’s independence, and of course making stuff blow up!
A brand new teaser trailer has been released for Warhammer 40k FPS Space Hulk: Deathwing showing off the impressive new Unreal 4 Engine.
After just over two years, the sales for Minecraft for consoles has reached above PC sales. Across all platforms, Minecraft is at 54 million sold. Patrick Geuder of Mojang went to his Twitter to share the news.
This year NVIDIA had their own gaming expo outside the doors of the Los Angeles Convention Center that was holding this year’s E3. Live music, free drinks, and amazing prizes were only some of the highlights of their event.
Lords of the Fallen promises to take the essence of Dark Souls and make it into something more. I’m not sure if it has accomplished that but based on the demo it is definitely its own beast.
With E3 2014 occupying the game industry all week, FutureMark; Creators of 3DMark (a PC Benchmarking tool) tried to stealthily launch a new benchmarking app that’s capable of testing those computer rigs out there that are rocking DirectX11 GPU’s!
Dead Rising 3 will no longer be exclusive to Xbox One. It will be coming to Steam in North America and Europe by the end of this summer.
Custom gaming rigs can be a thing of beauty. We’re certainly no strangers to building fanatical rigs here at The Game Fanatics, but we have to share a thing of beauty when we come across one. This impressive machine is the child of cooperation between NVIDIA and custom PC builders Falcon Northwest. So if you’re […]
One of the pleasant surprises from PAX East was the reviving of local multiplayer games, particularly when it comes to co-operative gameplay. The best example of this was Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime.
Styx: Master of the Shadow is a new stealth RPG from Cyanide Studios, best known for it's Pro Cycling manager series and it's Blood Bowl series, and it chronicles the tale of a Goblin, Styx who has to work his way up the Tower of Akenash
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 […]