Update: We’ve sat through the entirety of the latest episode of Kojima Productions’s official podcast and, yes, studio director Hideo Kojima says he’s looking into the possibility of releasing a PC version of the game.
Interested in playing PC games on a handheld? Impossible you might say but Nvidia thinks differently. Nvidia announced a handheld device called “Project Shield” at the CES 2013 in January– a console that could play PC games in their original… Read More »
Maxis announced today that a new instalment of their best-selling simulation game franchise, The Sims 4, is currently in the works and scheduled for release on the PC and Mac platforms sometime in 2014. Other than platforms and the vague… Read More »
Sick of missing a shot with “96% accuracy” in 2K and Firaxis Games’ critically-acclaimed strategy game, XCOM: Enemy Unknown? Wish you could just take aim and pull the damned trigger to blast the heads off those cursed aliens yourself?
You may or may not have heard about it, but Resident Evil’s creator, Shinji Mikami, will be directing a new upcoming survival horror game titled The Evil Within.
If you are a fan of Batman and have always prayed for a game to be released detailing his early years before becoming the Dark Knight, wait no more, because on October 25th this year, you will be able to experience Batman: Arkham Origins or Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate first-hand on either one of your PC or favorite gaming consoles, be it portable or handheld.
If you’re a Madoka Magica fan who is lucky enough to live in Japan and are looking for a new laptop, these computers are made for you.
Version 2.0 of Capcom and creator DM Sonic’s (Seow Zong Hui) PC free-to-download title Street Fighter X Mega Man has finally been released. Head on over to Capcom-Unity’s Mega Man group page to download it today!
Aliens: Colonial Marines, the latest first-person shooter title in the sci-fi franchise, is finally being released worldwide for PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, on February 12 (coincidentally, near Valentine’s day).
In our preview of Ken Levine and Irrational Games’ BioShock Infinite, we check out the first two-and-a-half-hours of this highly-anticipated, story-focused FPS, avoid (as much as possible) comparisons with past BioShock instalments, and tell you why this is one March blockbuster