The Witcher 2 was one of the most popular games of 2012. A PC exclusive at launch, developers CD Projekt RED wowed the entire gaming industry with their high quality and jaw-dropping visuals packed RPG title. Planned for 2014, we have with us today the new details and the first DX11 API based in-game screenshots.
MSI is rolling out what they claim to be the world’s first All-In-One Gaming series PC. Say hello to gaming in a new, previously unthought of desktop PC dimensions. All-In-One PCs are in now. They consume less space, integrate touch displays, people like them, what else? Perhaps the price is a bit too steep, but
CCP Games has rewarded gamers with 50k extra skill points to make up for the server downtime during their recent DDoS attack last weekend. CCP has since fixed the server vulnerabilities, and the games have been brought back online.
The long wait is finally over and the much anticipated sequel of Race Driver: GRID has been released. Does it have what it takes to satisfy the racing genre enthusiasts? Let’s find out.
E3 is almost here and Ubisoft is hard at work preparing for their media briefing at the expo. To keep us all excited, the French developer and publisher has decided to confirm some of the previously announced titles that will be making the rounds at the show, as well as tease about the reveal of
Square Enix delivers an update that shows the progress of various upcoming Final Fantasy releases, from FF13: Lightning Returns to the Final Fantasy X Remaster collection.
Infinity Ward, the studio behind the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare franchise, recently revealed that their next game would be Call of Duty: Ghosts. Now the studio has announced that indeed, they will be leaving the Modern Warfare series behind entirely and focus on setting up a new universe for Ghosts that will continue for
Americans would rather part with their TVs, smartphones or tablets than with their PCs, according to a study conducted by Vision Critical for Clear Channel Media and Entertainment. When faced with the option of only using one device for a year, the majority of the 1,008 adults surveyed said they would pick their PC instead