Category: PC News

Hey Gamers, Gamersyndrome has been all about Fallout 4 recently, and with good reason. Between Bethesda’s impressive conference at E3, to their amazing showing at Quakecon, Fallout 4 is shaping up to be game of the year for 2015. The staff here at GS always showcases the latest and greatest in the gaming world, which…

Ever since Fallout 4 was officially unveiled and then discussed at E3 2015, the gaming world has been clamoring for every morsel of information they can get. Quakecon recently dropped some crazy awesome details that Gamersyndrome covered, but more news just keeps on coming. In a recent interview with The Guardian, Vice President of development…

(Warning: Minor Spoilers) With so many video games to contend with now a days, it’s no surprise that many indie developers are attempting to stand out by mixing up their  formulas with unique hybrids. Most genres share RPG elements at this point, so that’s a little par for the course, but what happens when you…

Amidst the ongoing and hotly debated topic about about whether eSports are “real sports” or not, the ESL (Electronic Sports League) has announced to start testing professional gamers for performance enhancing drugs, after a top Counter Strike: Go player admitted he and his team mates were doing adderall to help win an official competition. The…

Randy Pitchford, CEO of Gearbox Software, took to the stage of the Develop Conference today, with some harsh sentiments about some of his detractors, describing them as “sadists” in their criticisms to some of the games released under his watch. Pitchford was making the point that in any creative field, you will have reasonable feedback,…

Microsoft has a history of being over zealous with tech promises to the gaming community: we need not look further than the quiet dismissal of the Kinect to see they continue to back pedal when their tech doesn’t deliver. Let it not be a surprise then, only a month after their impressive HoloLens demo of…

Certain games take the industry by storm for their innovative ideas or new approaches to genres that many thought were dead or boring. Five Nights did just that in August of 2014 when it was released on the internet. People loved the idea of creepy animatronics coming to hunt them down and shove their body…

I’ve been quite curious about No Man’s Sky (Hello Games) ever since I first saw it debuted at last years E3, and the game has held my interest since then. I will concede the games massive scope thoroughly impresses me, as No Man’s Sky is a procedurally generated universe, meaning the entire expanse of in…

Since being announced at E3 this year, Shenmue III has gotten kickstarted and has earned more money over time. Controversy arose however when people questioned why a Kickstarter was needed, how much was Sony funding, etc. Even though those questions have been answered, people have still been questioning the game and it’s kickstarter. Now, Ys…