Brad P | Feb 12, 2017 | 0 | 146 Read MoreA Bethesda-themed PC sale brings with it new historic low prices on the likes of Dishonored 2, The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim Special Edition and more this weekend.
PC gamers that couldn’t bite the $60 bullet back in November when Dishonored 2 released will be happy to know that Bethesda’s latest AAA stealth title has now dropped to under the 50% off mark. This is a first for the Dishonoredsequel, beating out the previous best price of $33 during those solid PC Winter sales in late December 2016.
The Dishonored 2 deal is part of a larger 12th Anniversary Sale at the Sweden-based digital retailer GamersGate. Making it 12 years in the competitive PC digital delivery business is no small feat, and the retailer has clearly...
Brad P | Feb 11, 2017 | 0 | 148 Read MoreThe official Battlefield Twitter confirms that the Battlefield 1 Winter Update will launch next week, which will bring new bug fixes, balances, and improvements to the game.
There’s no disputing the success of Battlefield 1 over the last few months. The World War I shooter came in right behind Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare as the one of the best selling games of 2016, beating out fellow shooters Overwatch and Titanfall 2.
To maintain the success of Battlefield 1, Electronic Arts and DICE have been consistently tweaking the game, fixing bugs, and releasing new content. According to the official Battlefield Twitter account,...
Brad P | Feb 11, 2017 | 1 | 157 Read MoreUbisoft unveils the launch trailer for the forthcoming medieval melee game For Honor, featuring a ton of intense combat and looks at the game’s three fighting factions.
In preparation for the highly-anticipated bloody battle game For Honor, set to hit PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on February 14, developer Ubisoft has been slow-drip releasing information and updates to potential fans of the title. Today, Ubisoft released the official For Honor launch trailer — and it packs a serious punch.
The epic cinematic launch trailer for the (what seems to be) brutal game zeroes in on the battle at the center of the story, and shows off tiny glimpses of single-player campaign gameplay and its different multiplayer modes. Players embark on a journey across three factions in a medieval world, claiming castles and lands for their own as they weave through...
Brad P | Feb 8, 2017 | 1 | 238 Read MoreAccording to Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima, the Nintendo Switch will not support a web browser at launch, but the feature could be added at a later date.
When the Wii U launched, it was a multimedia machine similar to other home video game consoles on the market, supporting streaming apps like Netflix and letting players browse the web at their leisure. A few weeks ago, it was revealed that Nintendo’s next console, the Switch, will not support streaming apps at launch, and now Nintendo president and CEO Tatsumi Kimishima has announced that it won’t support web browsing either.
Kimishima broke the news in an interview with Timemagazine. However, Kimishima made sure to emphasize that even though a web browser won’t be available for the Nintendo Switch...
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