Category: PC News

Bad news for players that are going to buy the latest entry of the Battelfield franchise for current generation consoles: DICE has confirmed that the system’s new Battlemap feature will not be compatible with the Xbox 360 and Ps3 versions of the game. Battlelog for Battlefield 4 will, however, be compatible with all the other…

A new trailer has been released for the upcoming Splinter Cell: Blacklist, the latest entry of the highly successful Splinter Cell series. The new trailer, which can be seen at the end of this post, details the “threat” and who is behind the Blacklist terrorist organization. Sam Fisher will have his hands full dealing with…

In an accidental discovery made by members of a Valve tour group, it seems as if Valve’s next game (and engine update) may be closer than we once imagined. Pictures taken on the tour indicate that Left 4 Dead 3 is currently confirmed to be in development. This is noteworthy for two reasons. Firstly, Valve…

In modern day gaming, it’s not uncommon for the biggest triple A franchises to see annual releases. The trend has continued to grow, with most iconic game series coming out at least once a year, not including possible spin offs. The Assassins Creed series is just one of many, but the game director had a…

Super Mario Crossover has been out for awhile now, but every time the game sees an update, you’d swear the excitement it generated would convince it was launching first time. Initially launched as a pet project of Jay Pavlina, the original launched on NewGrounds back in 2010, and immediately saw extremely favorable feedback. Super Mario…

The third video in Anita Sarkeesian’s Tropes vs Women in Video Games has been released. The newest episode, features a look at the role reversal of the female hero saving a captured male, and an examination of “ironic sexism”, which is an attempt to make a joke about the act of sexism, but still committing…

QuakeCon is in full swing, and is always a  great place for id fans and computer gaming enthusiasts alike to meet and greet about fragging and overclocking One of the delights about QuakeCon beyond the socialization, involves seeing and hearing whats hot in gaming culture. This years keynote speech was once again handled by legendary…

In an attempt to approach a very popular topic in video games (See: Breasts), Jenn Frank, a long time video game reviewer, has started her very own game jam to raise positive awareness on the subject. The game jam is simply entitled: The Boob Jam. For those of you not familiar, game jams are a…

In a recent post by Wired.com, Chris Kohler’s look into a developer Q&A regarding the new Final Fantasy game Lightning Returns forced him into a realization: Final Fantasy is dead. I’m sure Chris has been mulling it over for awhile, and had likely concluded this along side many other long time fans (I certainly have).…

Good news for fighting fans: a new Mortal Kombat is in development. While DLC is still coming out for Injustic: Gods Among Us, that doesn’t stop NetherRealm studios from starting to develop their next MK game. This comes to us via a casual off handed comment about a script for a new Mortal Kombat movie,…

A game that completely snuck under my radar: Dropchord, a touch based rhythm challenge experience announced by Double Fine productions. This was the first I had heard of Dropchord, which was a surprise, as I check Double Fines website every half hour. The new game is already available on PC and Mac (For Leap Motion Controller…