Archive for January 2013
Grid 2 trailer takes you (and Chris Harris) around Brands Hatch
Motoring journalist Chris Harris needs a hand with how best to drive his McLaren around Brands Hatch.
Cities in Motion 2 footage promises all the daily timetables you could ever want
Transport management sim Cities in Motion was well enough received to merit a sequel, which developers Colossal Order are aiming to get out there by the second quarter of 2013.
History’s Mysteries: BioShock Infinite trailer messes with the past
Having just watched this new trailer for BioShock Infinite, I’m not entirely sure what’s real any more.
UK PC charts show little change, DmC enters at nine
It may not come as a huge surprise to learn that the UK PC charts (retail version) haven’t moved much in the past week.
Bethesda on The Elder Scrolls Online beta confirmation email problem
If you have signed up for the The Elder Scrolls Online beta which opened up this week and failed to receive a confirmation email, fear not, they are aware of the problem and issued a statement earlier this evening.
Irrational Games answer PC Bioshock Infinite questions
A few days ago Irrational Games revealed the PC specs for Bioshock Infinite but there are more questions needing answered.
Chris Taylor walks through the idea behind Wildman in a new video update
Chris Taylor is back with a new development blog on the Wildman Kickstarter page.
Tune your games with the Nvidia GeForce Experience open beta now
Gamers looking to get the most out of their Nvidia card and PC can look to Nvidia for a little help thanks to their GeForce Experience which has just gone into open beta.
Dishonored, XCOM and The Walking Dead up for multiple GDC awards
The Game Developers Conference will take place from 27 March in its usual haunt of San Francisco, during which the 13th annual Game Developers Choice (GDC) award winners will be revealed.
Shiny Loot Q&A with Chris Palmarozzi, co-founder of the digital distribution platform
PC gaming and digital distribution are snug bedfellows these days. Platforms like Steam, GoG, Gamersgate and others are commonplace destinations for PC users, with ease and cost of purchase ranking highly as reasons to partake of digital versions of games.
Funcom closes Beijing Studio
Funcom are still in the process of scaling down their operations as part of their majotr restructuing and today they have shut down their Beijing Studio.
Impire imposes itself with a metal-tinged gameplay trailer
Impire is being developed by Cyanide Montreal, a new spin-off studio from Cyanide.
Ubisoft places South Park: The Stick of Truth release in ‘calendar 2013′
With the majority of THQ’s former assets doled out on Wednesday, we’re now starting to see statements emerging from the companies who purchased games and studios at the bankruptcy auction.
DayZ dev has never been so “excited” – Big development update
The DayZ development blog received a massive update today as Dean Hall went to town detailing all the latest developments.
Ace of Spades gets new free “classic” DLC
Jagex are back with another update to their blocky shooter Ace of Spades with the free DLC “classic” update.
PC version of Resident Evil 6 comes with exclusive Mercenaries mode
Capcom has reveald that the PC version of Resident Evil 6 will come with an exclusive game mode called The Mercenaries: No Mercy which they say “ramps up the gameplay to 11″ giving players the chance to take on more enemies that ever before.
HAWKEN Reaper update now live
The latest HAWKEN update is now live bringing a new mech to the multiplayer shooter.
Painkiller Hell & Damnation Medieval Horror DLC released
The first DLC for the FPS Painkiller Hell & Damnation, called Medieval Horror, has been released today which comes with new boss battles against the White Demon and Assassin Greed.