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  • Blog Post: Treyarch Explains How It Incorporated Player Feedback From The Black Ops III Beta

    When a beta test occurs, many players like to use it as an early sneak peek of a game that will be releasing in the coming months. For developers, however, alpha and beta tests serve a very real purpose in helping them to fine-tune the experience and gather feedback from some of the most passionate fans... More
  • Blog Post: The Next Witcher 3 Patch Will Eat Up 15 GB Of Your Console's Hard Drive

    The Witcher 3 is a notoriously large game in terms of things to do, but its base game currently weighs in at a relatively modest 31 GB on consoles. The upcoming patch, which fixes hundreds of minor things across several parts of the game, will arrive on consoles at nearly half the size of the original... More
  • Blog Post: PSA: The Star Wars Battlefront Open Beta Is Now Available

    After a couple days of closed beta, the Star Wars Battlefront is now opening up, allowing all who have a PlayStation 4, Xbox One, or PC to download and play. Also part of the beta experience is the Star Wars Battlefront Companion app, which allows you to earn in-game credits and unlock weapons and more... More
  • Blog Post: Street Fighter V's Second Beta Detailed, Will Feature Cross-Platform Play

    Street Figher V’s second beta period opens up in the next few weeks. Capcom has rolled out a list of features players can expect to see when it goes live on October 22. First, PC players will be able to join the fight for the first time. This is to test out the game’s cross-platform play... More
  • Blog Post: Bethesda Unveils New Elder Scrolls Online DLC Pack

    With Elder Scrolls Online firmly entrenched on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, Bethesda is finally ready to reveal the next DLC pack for the series. Elder Scrolls Online: Orsinium takes players to the ancestral home of the orcs. This new region to explore is the MMO's largest game pack to date,... More
  • Blog Post: It’s Still Going To Be A Few Weeks Before You Can Buy Arkham Knight On PC

    The Bat remains broken on PC, even though he’s on the mend. Warner Bros. says that Batman: Arkham Knight requires a few more weeks in rehab before returning to sale. When the game was released in June, in suffered from myriad visual and technical issues on PC . These included significant frame... More
  • Blog Post: Project Spark Is Going Fully Free Starting Next Week

    Microsoft has announced that its game creation toolset, Project Spark, will move from its microtransaction model to a new free, open creation model starting on October 5. Because of this, new and existing users of the game will be able to access previously paid DLC. In addition to the move to free, Skybox... More
  • Blog Post: Cities: Skylines After Dark Expansion Available Today

    Colossal Order has released a rhyme-tastic trailer for After Dark, the first major expansion for its hit city-simulator Cities: Skylines. The add-on introduces several new ways to interact with your city once the sun sets. Night-time introduces several new challenges for budding city planners. Players... More
  • Blog Post: Watch Link Explore An Unreal Engine 4 Version Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time's Kakariko Village

    Nintendo's iconic characters continue to be unofficial spokespeople for Unreal Engine 4 with a new creation showcasing a young Link exploring Kakariko village in all of Unreal Engine 4's graphical splendor. The creation comes from artist Ioannis Papazis' YouTube channel . In the video we... More
  • Blog Post: Grab Amnesia: The Dark Descent For Free Ahead Of Frictional's Next Game, Soma

    Soma releases September 22, and to build excitement for the release, developer Frictional games is marking its previous game, Amnesia: The Dark Descent down to $0. The Dark Descent is the highlight as it lacks a price tag for the next 24 hours, but Frictional has also marked down its other titles. Penumbra... More
  • Blog Post: Need For Speed Delayed Until Spring 2016 On PC, Console Closed Beta Soon

    EA and Need for Speed studio Ghost Games have announced that the PC version of the next installment has been bumped to next year. The studio says that the move is a response to conversations with its PC community. The developer says that it needs more time in order to achieve an unlocked frame rate for... More
  • Blog Post: Dark Souls III Releases In March 2016 In Japan

    We're still waiting to learn Dark Souls III's North American release date, but in Japan the game will be available on March 24, 2016. News of the Japanese launch date comes from a From Software press release . The March 24 release date covers the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions. The release... More
  • Blog Post: Mortal Kombat Creators Congratulate Mad Max Creators With A Jax Photoshop

    Mad Max and Mortal Kombat are both published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, but the two come from completely separate developers. Avalanche developed Mad Max (and the Just Cause series) and NetherRealm recently released Mortal Kombat X. In celebration of the release of Mad Max, NetherRealm... More
  • Blog Post: Classic CRPG Ads Promise Fantasy Gamers Their Wildest Dreams

    Most game companies focus on flashy commercials and in-game trailers to get players hyped nowadays, but they can't compete with these old magazine ads for classic computer RPGs. Earlier today, Mafia 3 design director Matthia Worch tweeted out a link to an archive of old CRPG ads, calling them "seriously... More
  • Blog Post: Deep Silver Offering Two Games Free For The Weekend

    Deep Silver is trying to ensure your weekend will be an unproductive one; it's offering two free PC games for you to try out. As you may have guessed from the above image, Saints Row: The Third and Saints Row IV will be free to play this weekend – in fact, if you look at your Steam account... More
  • Blog Post: Metal Gear Solid V's D-Dog Intro Is A Lot Weirder With Ocelot's Crotch

    Metal Gear Solid V is a great game , but there's no game that can't be made better by mods. The PC community is hard at work manipulating Kojima's latest masterpiece, and the results are...weird. The video below comes from Facebook user ED-E , and shows what happens when you replace D-Dog's... More
  • Blog Post: Get A Job! Final Fantasy V Lands On PC This Month

    Final Fantasy V is making the leap to PC, bringing with a number of enhancements it’s picked up along the way. The best part is that you won’t have to wait long to play it. Since its original release in 1992, Final Fantasy V has been re-released a couple of times. The Game Boy Advance version... More
  • Blog Post: Bethesda Completes Recording Of Fallout 4's 111,000 Lines Of Dialogue

    According to Bethesda, there is more dialogue in Fallout 4 than Skyrim and Fallout 3 combined and it has taken years. Many years of #Fallout4 voice recording complete! Just over 111k lines. More than Fallout 3 and Skyrim combined. pic.twitter.com/hwNu2GNg5m — BethesdaGameStudios (@BethesdaStudios... More
  • Blog Post: Batman: Arkham Knight Gets Long-Awaited ‘Interim’ PC Patch

    Batman: Arkham Knight on PC has been one of this year’s triple-A tragedies . The game was so broken at launch, that WB Games pulled it from digital storefronts . As of now, more than two months since release, the game is still not available for purchase. Work continues to repair Iron Galaxy's... More
  • Blog Post: Thrustmaster Releasing Mid-Level PlayStation/PC Wheel This Fall

    Thrustmaster has announced its T150 Force Feedback wheel for PS4/PS3/PC this fall, stepping up from its T80 model without hitting those upper-echelon price points. The T150 comes out in October for $199.99, and the officially licensed PlayStation/PC wheel features Force Feedback, up 1080-degree rotation... More
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