Sony’s new game H1Z1 has been announced for a while now. It has been slated for release on PS4 and PC originally this fall, now the PS4 version has been delayed. The game has been getting quite some good review being a free-to-play game, earning “Best Game to Mess with Your Friends” during PAX Prime […]Read more "Sony delays “H1Z1″, But Launches eSports League"
I was chuffed to see that the original Legend of Zelda was on sale on the Nintendo Wii U e-store the other week, and I snatched it up as fast as I could as I’ve never played it before, but it made me think: “when will I actually play this game?” Over the past 2 […]Read more "The Human Condition: The Gamification of Gaming"
Valve have finally renovated the home page for Steam, both online & on the client. The change happened earlier today, referring to it as the “Discovery update”, implementing new features such as personalised recommendations, deduced from your past played games, your favourite community “curators” and the games you have reviewed. Right off the bat you […]Read more "Steam Gets a Shiny Update"
Fable Anniversary edition for PC is coming to Steam on the 12th of September. You can pre-order the game for $28 USD . Pre-ordering Fable Anniversary, gives you access to the first DLC of the game that includes a few extra swords and outfits for the main character. Lionhead’s remastered version of the original Fable is adding HD […]Read more "Fable Anniversary coming to Steam next week"
Ryse: Son of Rome is coming to Steam on the 10th of October, 2014. The game’s Steam page also seems to indicate that Ryse will cost $39.99 or 39.99€ if you live in the EU. The PC version of Crytek’s epic tale of revenge and Roman warfare is going to support 4K resolution and it will include all […]Read more "RYSE PC version gets a release date"
SEGA has unveiled what they’re describing as the definitive version of Total War: Rome II, calling it the Emperor Edition. It will launch sometime in September, although for those who already own Rome II, their version will automatically update to Emperor via Steam. The new edition of the game includes all of the game’s free content […]Read more "SEGA Reveals Total War: Rome 2 Emperor Edition"
We’ve all grown used to the act of driving down the street to go buy a title. Before, we couldn’t simply sit at home in our big, comfy chair and download a game straight to our PC or console. The way we buy games has changed drastically, however. Pricing models are transforming, and day-one downloadable content is […]Read more "Players Need to Embrace Digital Distribution"