Geo-locking is the current bane for consuming digital content today as it keeps up artificial borders that hold back releases and outright prevents others. Theis now looking at legislation to end it.
What does this mean? It could signal the demise of big price differences across regions, as well as their launch dates. Re-directing users to 'local stores' with 'local pricing' would be a big no-no.
It's time to throw off those 32-bit shackles as the new Alpha 9 update for kingdom-builder Stonehearth introduces the option to go 64-bit. This month's alpha update also rebalances combat and adds some music for it.
We also get travelling merchants visiting our towns and they'll buy our excess wares, and we can now toggle an autosave option. There's a "whole boatload of bug fixes" thrown in for good measure.
Weird distortions at the edge of your screen? That's likely, which means not all colours are being focused properly, and it's something that irks some and goes unnoticed by others.
In any case,has pledged a setting will be available to slay the beast in The WItcher 3, so no matter where the game camera is focusing you won't get those distorted borders.
has finally brought the solemn duty of executions to the sandbox in Prison Architect, having only been available in the story campaign thus far. Now wardens can construct their own, should they choose to.
It's not a mandatory requirement for a prison, and neither does it afford any 'advantage'. It's available to unlock through the new Lawyer employee, who can also grant permission for 'indeterminate sentences'.
Dead or Alive 5: Last Round is available now on PC, which is good. If you want to play online multiplayer though, you'll have to wait up to three months for a patch. Which is bad.
Yes, while theof 's brawler features 4K support and even (my god) anti-aliasing, it doesn't yet allow you to beat up your friends online.
We'd sort of been assuming that Mass Effect 4 would be available on PC, given the history of the franchise, but it's nice to have some confirmation directly from Bioware.
The game's creative director Mac Walters assured fansearlier this month that he's been reviewing the PC version of the game and it's "looking great".
Tired of wandering around your municipal creations inlike some kind of earthbound idiot? Rather take to the skies for a better look?
Well, technically I guess you can already do that. But to do it in style, you need to grab themod and fly a passenger jet around in-game.