Posts Tagged ‘PC’
In creating Passage, a “digital tactical card game,” the team at Second Wind Games didn’t set out to reinvent the card game. Rather, they sought to refine and explore new ideas.
The revamped version of Baldur’s Gate 2 will be releasing for PC and Mac this coming November 15 as announced by Overhaul Games‘ Official Forums.
Deep Silver and Volition has announced that Saints Row IV is a hit! The newest iteration of the Saints Row series is quickly selling beyond its predecessors, and expectations, and tripled its PC sales over Saints Row: The Third. Saints Row IV has sold through more than one million of its units in the first retail […]
October is quickly approaching, and that can only mean one thing, Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag is almost here. Ubisoft is hoping to pump some new life into the long running Assassin’s Creed series by giving players a whole new way to play. Naval combat is a new element that has never been as engrossing […]
As the release for Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag creeps closer, excitement for some changes to the Assassin’s Creed series is being greatly received. Black Flag is looking to bring some fresh ideas and new gameplay mechanics to the now long running series.
SteelSeries, one of the top manufacturers of gaming peripherals are setting themselves apart from the competition with the announcement of the Siberia Elite gaming headset. Information about the Siberia Elite is limited to what SteelSeries has released. However from looking at the information around the web that I’ve conveniently listed below. This may very well […]
Coming this October is the 2014 edition of Rocksmith. This is the game that helps gamers to learn how to play the guitar.
If you haven’t heard, EA has decided to venture into uncharted waters with their digital download service, Origin.
PlayStation 4 is getting some “awesome” treatment with Awesomenauts blasting its way to the upcoming next-generation console.
The Square Enix reboot of the classic Thief franchise has received a release date.
If someone asked me six months ago if the Xbox One or PlayStation 4 (PS4) had the ability to self-regulate themselves to prevent overheating. I would’ve answered with a simply ‘No’. But in a recent interview conducted at Gizmodo recently with Xbox General Manager of Console Development Leo Del Castillo. It was revealed that the: “We can’t prevent misuse of […]