ANNOUNCEMENT 06 Jun 2016­ by Sawyer Scherbenske

Rock of Ages II: Bigger and Boulder Announced

Atlus has published plenty of great game series like the Persona JRPG’s and Shin Megami Tensei, but they also publish some, well, let’s just say less represented games. Among those games was Rock of Ages. And now it’s sequel – Rock of Ages II: Bigger and Boulder. In case you’re unfamiliar with Rock of Ages,…
ANNOUNCEMENT 06 Jun 2016­ by Jordan Fong

Retail Release and Two SARPBC Classics Return

Thanks to Psyonix, we’ll again see the returning terrors; Aftershock and Marauder. While Marauder resembles a Hummer/Jeep hybrid, Aftershock takes on the likeness of a nimble fighter jet. Both have be updated to suit the graphical style of Rocket League, and they do it well. Each come with 6 decals and will be released on…
ANNOUNCEMENT 03 Jun 2016­ by David Pink

Homefront: The Revolution Update 1.4 Now Live

PC gamers rejoice! Damnbuster Studios has released its 1.4 patch for Homefront: The Revolution on Steam. PS4 and Xbox One players will have to wait till next week, if all goes well that is. The newest update comes with a few optimizations and bug fixes, including better save game management, fixed the missing map icon…
ANNOUNCEMENT 03 Jun 2016­ by Kyle Johnson

Rainbow Six Siege Gets Starter Pack

Looking to ape some of the success in Black Ops 3’s Multiplayer Starter Pack, this low-price buy-in at $15 nets you access to all of the game content, save the operators, in Ubisoft’s Rainbow Six Siege. Unlocking operators works a little differently in the Siege Starter Pack. In the base game, unlocking any of the…
ANNOUNCEMENT 03 Jun 2016­ by David Pink

The Division Patch Problems and DZ Story

Ubisoft’s latest ‘State of The Game’ segment talked briefly about the most recent scheduled maintenance for The Division. What supposed to have been a simple weekly maintenance patch to add the ‘Clear Sky’ challenge mode became just another problem in this games already precarious history and was postponed with no ETA after it was unsuccessful.…
ANNOUNCEMENT 03 Jun 2016­ by Sawyer Scherbenske

Street Fighter V: Ibuki Reveal

Capcom’s high school ninja Ibuki is the newest character revealed for Street Fighter V’s character roster. Originally planned for release in the May update, Ibuki has been delayed but is likely to come out alongside the cinematic story mode in the June update. She looks completely different from her SFIV and Third Strike forms where…
ANNOUNCEMENT 02 Jun 2016­ by Lee Braden

Subnautica Power Nap Update

Sleep tight and don't like the crabsquids bite as Unknown Worlds just updated Subnautica with some new items, including beds. Last update it was hoped that the new solar panel model would be released. It didn't make it, but it's in now, and looks far far better, now to get it to rotate to follow…
ANNOUNCEMENT 02 Jun 2016­ by Stephen Haselden

Galactic Civs III Pimping Stellar Rides

Galactic Civilizations III has just released its latest DLC, a juicy new Builders Kit. Surprisingly for 4X space conquest game, getting all artistic with your ship design is one of the most engrossing features in this popular franchise. The Builders Kit DLC will allow you to reign ever more stylish destruction on your foes with…
ANNOUNCEMENT 02 Jun 2016­ by L Coulsen

This War of Little Ones

Finally, after an excruciatingly long wait, The Little Ones' expansion for This War of Mine has come to Steam. Released some time ago for consoles, there were initially no plans for a PC release. However, this was primarily due to 11 Bit being a small, independent studio with a finite budget and efforts to raise…
ANNOUNCEMENT 02 Jun 2016­ by Kyle Johnson

Black Ops III’s Zombies’ The Giant Now a Standalone …

Owing to a news post via Activision’s Scott Lowe, the Call of Duty: Black Ops III Zombies map “The Giant,” which in and of itself was a remaster of World at War’s “Der Riese”, is now available for standalone purchase. Previously, one had to buy any number of the deluxe editions, or buy the season…
ANNOUNCEMENT 01 Jun 2016­ by Bis18marck70

Hearts of Iron IV – Politics, The Game

With Hearts of Iron IV only days away from launch, it is high time to address one of the key factors that make up gameplay - politics. While Hearts of Iron III had already a complex system in place, its nation specific political events were usually limited. Not so in Hearts of Iron IV where…
ANNOUNCEMENT 01 Jun 2016­ by Stephen Haselden

GoG And Steam Get Connected

GoG Galaxy is an amazing games platform with features that Steam users can only dream of. Now for a limited time only GoG are allowing you to link your Steam and GoG accounts, in order to activate selected titles on GoG. If you’re a Steam user who's been holding back from trying this excellent alternative…
NEWS 01 Jun 2016­ by Kyle Johnson

Payday 2’s 100th Update Removes Microtransactions, Adds Ch…

Payday 2 has had a long and troubled history. Beginning with the Crimefest 2015 update, which added microtransactions (which Overkill had previously promised they would not be adding), Payday 2 has seen its players leave in droves, myself included, due to some dissatisfaction or another with the business model, gameplay changes, item bloat, or other…
NEWS 01 Jun 2016­ by Nail Garejev

Radeon RX 480 AMD’s First 14nm GPU Announced

At Computex 2016 AMD has announced their first card based on Polaris architecture – Radeon RX 480. With its GPU manufactured using 14 nm process, RX 480 should offer decent performance, while consuming much less power than previous generation cards. It is worth noting, that while this Polaris GPU is built using 14 nm process,…