Posts Tagged PC
Steam logo pops up on Final Fantasy XIII portal site
It’s PC-based Final Fantasy news day, apparently. Earlier today Final Fantasy IV showed up on Steam, and now NeoGaf has sighted a Steam logo on the Japanese portal site for the Final Fantasy XIII trilogy.
Ubisoft says it will improve PC support: Do we believe them this time?
Ubisoft has re-entered the “I’m sorry baby, I can change” phase of its uncomfortable relationship with PC players.
E3 2014 gives PC users the best of (almost) everything
For the PC user, watching E3 is kind of like being at a delicious buffet.
EA’s 2014/15 PC game line-up is pretty much what you’d expect
No alarms and no surprises in EA’s upcoming 2014/15 PC games line-up, but the publisher does have things in the works for March 2015 onwards.
Titanfall trailer mysteriously forgets to mention the PC version, again
The Titanfall ad campaign is getting a bit silly now, with an ongoing pretense that the game is definitely just an Xbox One game guys, don’t look over there at the PC and 360 copies.
Road Redemption shows off with improved graphics and gameplay
If you haven’t been following Dark Seas Games developer diaries then this gameplay video will get you hyped for their Road Redemption which is currently aiming for an August 2014 release accirding to their Kickstarter page.
Beta balls: PES 2014 gets a PC beta for 11 vs 11 mode
Well, this is a bit of a strange one. The PC version of PES 2014 is already out (though we’re still waiting for a Steam key review copy because, err, it’s not actually on Steam yet … good work, Konami) but is getting a limited beta session for its 11 vs 11 multiplayer mode.
State of Decay PC release date is 20 September
Undead Labs has announced the date on which State of Decay will release on Steam’s ‘early access’ service to be 20 September.
Grand Theft Auto V PC Review – An IncGamers Exclusive
They said it couldn’t be done. Sure, there are references in the code to a PC version, and GTA was a franchise that started on PC, and every other GTA game has hit PC – but maybe, they feared, Grand Theft Auto V wouldn’t be coming to PC.
No connectivity between PC and Playstation Diablo 3 players
It would be rare in this day and age for PC and console gamers playing the same game to be able to connect up and play together and Blizzard has confirmed that this will not be possible in Diablo 3.
Eggstracting the answers: Philip and Andrew Oliver on Dizzy Returns
For many Spectrum and Commodore 64 owners in the 1980s, an oval-ish shaped character in boxing gloves was something of a gaming icon.
Tony Jaa is chased by elephants in the first Ong Bak Tri trailer
In this footage, the trailer of the game of the movie Ong Bak, we get to see some of the side-scrolling beat-em-up in action; along with an elephant chase scene and a worrisome amount of quick-time events.
Duke Nukem in the 2nd dimension: original games now on GoG
He’s best known for being in 3D and for taking an awfully long time to release (you can make up your own terrible sex joke there), but Duke Nukem’s origins lie in the realm of 2D side-scrolling shooters.
Prototype sighted in latest Project Godus video
It sounded a little hairbrained when Peter Molyneux announced earlier in the week that he fancied releasing a working prototype for Project Godus in time for Christmas; but the latest update video for the game does indeed show a bit of a prototype in action.
Air Buccaneers lifts off on Steam
The buoyant battle between Viking and Buccaneer factions begins today on Steam, as Air Buccaneers sees its full release.
First faction from Total War: Rome II revealed
Hold on to your hats, because this reveal is a biggie.
IncGamers Podcast / Vidcast #94
This week, the team discuss whether it was a good idea for Square Enix to fund a Facebook marketing campaign in which Hitman’s Agent 47 kills your ‘friends’ for having bad hair.
Dizzy Returns devs: Kickstarter projects “should be judged on their own merits”
The Oliver Twins, creative forces behind the Dizzy series and recent Dizzy Returns Kickstarter effort, have addressed criticism directed at projects launched by ‘established’ game developers.
Assassin’s Creed 3’s ‘Hidden Secrets’ revealed to Season Pass holders
Publishers absolutely love schemes that get you to give them early money for stuff that hasn’t been released yet.
Molyneux is hoping for a Godus prototype by Christmas
Man of ten thousand promises Peter Molyneux has taken a wry dig at himself, telling Joystiq that “These promises have to result in great games … this is what needs to happen with Kickstarter.” In the same interview, the former Bullfrog developer, now at his own studio 22Cans, has said that his great hope is for a playable prototype of Godus in time for Christmas.
Steam unveils the Big Picture mode with controller-themed sale
If you’ve been using the latest Beta version of Steam, then you’ll no doubt have been aware of the Big Picture mode for a while already.
Darksiders 2’s ‘Lord Belial’ DLC appears this week
Season Pass holders for THQ and Vigil Games’ Darksiders 2 will receive the next segment of DLC for the game tomorrow (or 5 December in Europe).
Humble THQ Bundle boosts troubled company’s share price
The recently-launched Humble Bundle consisting of highlights from THQ’s back catalogue has provided a confidence boost to the company’s struggling share price.
Sleepy time with Sam: Splinter Cell Blacklist’s non-lethal takedowns
Sam Fisher is a master of poking you in your nerve-holes and making you fall over, which is why he’s the star of Splinter Cell and not, say, a baker, or something.
Endless Space is free to play for this weekend
From right now until 1pm (Pacific Time) on Sunday, the 4X-styled strategy title Endless Space is free to download and play on Steam.
Ed McMillen demystifies the Binding of Isaac remake project
Binding of Isaac creator Edmund McMillen has taken it upon himself to compile a helpful list of features and details about the forthcoming remake project for his game, which should clear up most (if not all) the queries people have about it.