For the racing fanatics, here is one game you might want to try – Shift 2: Unleashed And in this review, we bring Electronic Art's latest racing title for a spin down the racing track. and see how it fares. More after the jump.
Is there anything that the Chinese cannot clone? Well, apparently not, especially when you are talking about a country which has been known to rip off just about anything they can get their hands on. And in the latest instance of blatant disregard for copyrights, a Chinese company has seemingly raised the bar by performing
Serious catnip for the PC FPS Gaming purist who have not seen this in recent A-lister games – includes configurable CVARs for FOV, graphics options and typical multiplayer RCON commands like kick/ban/changemaps… Read more to see the screenshot in full-screen.
The most anticipated game of the year has finally arrived! We do a quick performance runthrough and use the built-in timedemo facilities.
Gaikai has gone live. For those who don't know what Gaikai is, it is a cloud-based gaming technology that is similar (and probably a competitor) to Onlive. Yes, you don't need to download or install any software to play games like Call of Duty or Mass Effect 2; simply play the game via your web
World Exclusive screenshots of the demo coming out 1st March 2011! Updated: 1st March 2011 2.30pm
We're sure you've heard of Microsoft's Kinect for Xbox 360, a 'controller-free gaming and entertainment experience'. Well, here's something quite similar. Meet the ASUS WAVI Xtion, the world's first motion-sensing experience package for the PC!
Isaac Clarke is back with his plasma cutter in this second nightmarish sci-fi episode with the Necromorphs.
Remember the nightmare faced by the PC gamers more than 3 years ago where all high end graphics cards back then can't even run the game properly when all the eye candies were enabled? It seems the suitation is much better now with the new CryEngine 3 that seems more robust and support multi-platforms. You
With Valentine's Day arriving next Monday, Rovio has kept their promise to bring the Angry Birds Valentine's Day edition to their fans. On top of that, the game is also coming to the Nintendo 3DS and Wii game consoles.
Finally, Duke Nukem Forever has been given an official release by publisher 2K Games after almost 13 years in development, as confirmed by developer Gearbox Software.