This week: Kickmen, FIFA 16’s chemistry glitch, G2A and grey market key sales, The Technomancer, Umbrella Corps, and Hitman.
Dodging around the hype and the rumours to compile what’s really known about AMD’s upcoming RX480 GPU.
Ahead of the Steam summer sale, Bethesda removed Skyrim: Legendary Edition and replaced it with a more expensive ‘bundle’ version.
Several of the most familiar PC games are getting updates to reflect the post-Brexit world.
Peter battles through zombies, zombie dogs, and zombies of zombie dogs to bring you the technical verdict on Umbrella Corps.
It was 20 years ago this week that Quake was unleashed by id changing the way gamers looked at gaming forever. This is why it was so important to us and competitive gaming.
G2A’s handling of the tinyBuild affair has been inadequate at best, and borders on outright duplicitous.
This week: E3, obviously. Reflections on the PC bits from the EA, Bethesda, Microsoft, PC Gaming Show, Ubisoft, and Sony hype-fests.
In all, $450,000 USD-worth of suspicious tinyBuild keys passed through G2A’s marketplace. The developer received no compensation.
Epic has revealed the penalties applied to Paragon players for leaving the game drafts and they are just bizarre. Finding a game should never be this hard.