Mike Glosecki is the gameplay systems producer for Battlefield Hardline, and apparently he believes that the PC is “by far the best gaming platform around.” In a new post on the game's website, he explainsvision for the PC version of the shooter.
You might already have sussed this out, but the developer and EA are trying to convince everyone that Hardline won't have a launch as comically awful as.
Far Cry 4 gets some abominable snowmen later this March. To be honest, part of me kind of wants to end this news post right there. That's really all you need to know.
Okay then, some more info.drops hero Ajay Ghale in the middle of a lost valley inhabited by some crazy cultists and their Yeti overlords. Commence the violence.
Those dastardly data-miners have been at it again - Hearthstoneare buzzing with the news that information taken from a patch that appeared on the Blizzard servers yesterday hints at a new expansion for the strategic card game.
Some quick data-mining revealed hidden references to a new adventure focusing on World of Warcraft's iconicregion, including Molten Core, Ragnaros, and Golden Celebration card backs.
PC players who bought survival horror Resident Evil: Revelations 2 when it launched earlier this week were disappointed to discover than offline co-op play had beenfrom their version of the game.
Now publisher Capcom has issued, explaining that they the feature was never intended to be in the PC version, and that this was mistakenly omitted from the Steam product page until the last minute.
If you've always wanted to give's grand strategy Goliath Europa Universalis IV a go, but you've maybe felt a little intimidated by the sheer scale of the thing, here's a chance to try it out before you buy.
From now through Sunday 1PM PT you can download and play the game for free. Should you like what you find, you'll be able to grab the game for a 75% discount during the same period.
Thelends itself well to emergent stories. Does anyone remember the endless a Reddit poster documented a couple of years back?
This Civ 5 Battle Royale project is something on an even bigger scale though; 42 different AI-controlled civs are battling it on a huge map of Earth, and the Reddit r/Civ community is watching, munching popcorn and watching the world slide into chaos.
Right, you lot love zombies right? Well every single game in the world seems to pack in the undead at some point, so someone out there does.
Well let's cut to the chase; if you want some zombies to blow up, developer Loren Lemcke's indie title has them, Over 9000 Zombies! To be exact. The indie arcade shoot 'em up is available now