Category: PC

Fans of the long running and popular RPG series Fallout have become more and more restless over the next iteration since New Vegas released in 2010. To make matter worse, leaks and rumors have popped up on the web with regular consistency, with every mention of the excitedly awaited game leading us to believe that development…

If you’ve not heard about Prison Architect already, it’s a sandbox builder by game developer Introversion Software, the game revolves around you running all aspects of a prison , you plan it, build it using the workmen you hire, employ a warden, accountant, guards, then you can start shipping your choice of either low, medium…

Released onto Steam for PC just yesterday, the highly anticipated Dark Souls 2 has unfortunately received cries of outrage rather than joy. For despite various delays and shove-backs on the due date, promising they aimed for perfection, the game has been confirmed to be packed full of infuriating and enraging bug issues. The games have…

Battlefield 4 has been plagued with server problems since day one, a side effect, it seems, of all EA games. The problem in question is rubber-banding on multiplayer matches, more noticeably on the higher capacity maps such as 64 players, which worsened with the release of the Navel Strike DLC. Rubber-banding is caused by the…

The Elder Scrolls series has brought forth a realm of intrigue, fantasy and adventure that many gamers have fell in love with. The franchise has been revered for its detailed open world, exceptional storyline and free form gameplay. Which in return has made half of The Elder Scrolls’ releases Game of the Year from various…

We all know it well. The cloning bug – the bane of Bethesda. If you played Oblivion, The Elder Scrolls’ fourth instalment, you may well have known of the glorious glitch that would allow you to clone dozens of copies of your best items. It was simple, either take an arrow or a scroll, do…

As time goes on in the games industry, graphics, physics, storylines…everything gets better about video games, but if you asked hardcore gamers what their favorite game of all time is, it’s probably something that came out ten to twenty years ago on a now very obsolete platform and often is part of a series that…

The Everquest franchise is releasing it’s new game, Next, very soon, but today I’m going to focus on Landmark alone, one feature of Everquest Next. Landmark is a very interesting game in itself in which the player is placed in a giant open world map, with beautiful scenery and limitless possibilities for construction. Landmark is…

Always-on DRM is a gamers biggest pain in this day and age, in yesteryear you could just buy the new hit game at your local games store, slam it in your DVD-Rom drive, install it and play it, using however many hacks, mods and adjusted save game files you like, but now, so many new…

In honor of Pax East coming to Turbine’s hometown of Boston, Massachusetts the developer has decided to reward the players with a few treats for a limited time only. If you know anything about Infinite Crisis than you are fully aware how difficult it is to earn enough merit in order to unlock more champions,…