For the past few years, and especially as of late, more and more games have started to be released before they are fully finished. This isn’t new in the industry. Since Minecraft became such a big hit, and released before its full release, a lot of game developers have decided to follow in Notch’s footsteps. I am here to ask one question: Are games being released too early?
For those of you who don’t know, an Alpha release is usually a ver
This review was conducted shortly after the release, on a retail copy of Titanfall on PC. This reviewer was prepared to drop into battle and armed with 32 GBs DDR3 Ram, 260 GB SSD, nVidia GTX 680, Intel I7 4th Gen.
Titanfall is one of the most hyped games of all time, developed by Respawn Entertainment, formed of former developers of Infinity Ward. Infinity ward originally changed multiplayer gaming with Call of Duty Modern Warfare, the developers are back
Developed by Team Silent and published by Konami who took a brave step into publishing their first survival horror game Silent Hill. Unlike Capcom’s flagship Resident Evil series, Konami decided not to go with the typical “boo!” style jump-scare tactics but instead uses the player’s imagination against them with the aid of disturbing sound effects and a very unsettling atmosphere. This classic method can be far scarier than a small hord
Well, it seems the rumour mill has a decent bit of fuel added to it. Watch Dogs appears to have broken cover a little early. The screenshot below cropped up on Reddit showing what seems to be an accidental early release of a Closed Beta client for Watch Dogs. This certainly seems like Ubisoft are getting towards a version of the game they're happy with now and are looking to open the game up for some feedback soon.
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If you are a PC Titanfall player, you may have noticed that you had to download an amount of data that would make anyone with a capped data usage wince in the past couple days. Somewhere in the region of 48GB to be precise. This might seem a touch unreasonable for any number of reasons but the number one reason is probably the requirement to have all language audio files downloaded. That's uncompressed at that.
While its almost understandable why the aud
After a successful Greenlight Campaign, "Dark Shadows - Army of Evil" will be coming soon to Steam.
The game is developed by Burian Media Enterprises and is coined as a "Dark, medieval fantasy indie game with old school hack and slash style game play".
Playesrs take on the roll of a knight fighting a horde of monsters in Sepetmber of 1362.
They (the monsters) have been ravaging the country for over a year, frightening locals. Durin