Category Archives: PC
Square Enix will officially reveal a new Dragon Quest game today. Check out the livestream with the announcement below.
Source: Square Enix Japan
Sinxsoft is developing a new Japanese-style RPG called “Cross Reverie” to PC in 2016. The game was on Kickstarter, but was pulled after the team secured funds from a private investor. The team plans to bring the game to PC in Q3 2016, with a Wii U release afterwards. Check out the KickStarter trailer below, the game looks sweet. Via: Nintendo Everything
Check out two hours of gameplay footage from Q.U.B.E Directors Cut on Wii U.
Source: DRM Gamec
Check out these 1080p screenshots from Street Fighter V on the PS4.
With about a week left to go on KickStarter, Keiji Inafune’s Red Ash The Indelible Legend, is well short of its funding goal. Comcept was asking for $800,000 to bring the spiritual successor to Mega Man Legends to life, and they at about $500,000. The PS4 stretch goal is set at $1 Million. Source: KickStarter
id Software developer, Marty Stratton, has stressed that a key goal for DOOM is 1080p, 60fps.
“We’ve always been at the forefront of saying we want our games to run as fast as possible at the highest resolution possible. So for us, that goal is 1080p and 60 FPS. Along with that goal, the mantra of our technology team is that we want to be the best-looking game out there at 60 FPS and 1080p.”
“it isn’t just a lofty technical goal”, instead id Software believes “it’s important to the feel of the game, it’s important to the way our combat feels and our movement feels. It’s got to be fast, it’s got to be fluid, and it’s all based on that. It really is a gameplay goal first and foremost.”
DOOM is set for PS4, Xbox One and PC in 2016.
Woah Dave! sold better than Choice Provisions expected. Developer Jason Cirillo discussed the success of the game, as well as the development of Space Dave!
“…despite the fact that we felt very strongly that we had created a truly fun game, I think even we were a bit surprised at how well it did. I think the surprise came in that we knew we’d made a very simple game that would appeal mostly to more mature gamers who grew up with score-chasing arcade games in the 80s, but what we didn’t expect was the general enthusiasm we got from all crowds on all platforms. It was a very big success for MiniVisions both critically and financially.
…Space Dave! would most likely still have happened even if Woah Dave! hadn’t done well. The reason being is that MiniVisions games are largely driven, in all honesty, by us making games that we want to play ourselves. They’re all kinds of experimental. We’re never sure if everyone else will be as in to these ideas as we are, but the passion on our end to make it is there, so we kinda roll with that. Also, probably worth nothing that Space Dave! is a surprisingly different formula, but still 100% a ‘Dave’ game.”
Check out the first look at Keiji Inafune and Comcept’s Red Ash!
One of the big surprises of E3 2015, was Ubisoft multiplayer combat game “FOR HONOR”. Check out European impressions trailer for the game below.
Fortune has listed the top ten best selling games for the first 6 months of the year in the United States. The listing is based on the NPD numbers for each month. Get the full list below.
- Mortal Kombat X (Publisher: Warner Bros.)
- Grand Theft Auto V (Publisher: Take-Two Interactive Software)
- Battlefield Hardline (Publisher: Electronic Arts)
- Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (Publisher: Activision)
- Minecraft (Publisher: Microsoft)
- Batman: Arkham Knight (Publisher: Warner Bros.)
- Dying Light (Publisher: Warner Bros.)
- NBA 2K15 (Publisher: Take-Two Interactive Software)
- The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (Publisher: CD Projekt Red)
- Super Smash Bros. (Publisher: Nintendo)
Comcept and Keiji Inafune have revealed that Red Ash will come to PS4 if the $1 Million stretch goal is obtained. The game could come to Wii U and Xbox One if additional stretch goals are met. More details and information here.
The latest issue of Jump magazine is teasing a new Dragon Quest game reveal on July 28th. Square Enix will be holding a press conference on that day were they will be introducing a new game, presentation is set to be streamed online as well. The big title is expected to be Dragon Quest XI. On August 3rd Jump will have more information on the game announced. Via: Nintendo Everything
See the behind closed doors E3 demonstration of the first real next-gen sniper game, narrated by the game’s developers.
Square Enix has announced the launch windows for Rise of the Tomb Raider on PC and PS4. Via Steam, PC owners can purchase the game in early 2016, while PS4 owners have to wait till holiday 2016. Rise of the Tomb Raider launches on Xbox One and Xbox 360 holiday 2015. Via: VGChartz
Xbox boss Phil Spencer has teased mouse and keyboard support for Xbox One.
— Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) July 21, 2015
The Xbox One already has keyboard support, so with the introduction of Windows 10 streaming, things could get really interesting.
EventStatus is back with another hard-hitting episode of The Main Event. Warning, Suggestive Language!
Former Bioware developers have begun working on a new Dark Souls styled RPG called Mooncrest. The new studios name is called Knightmayor. Here is a synopsis of the game:
“After generations of peace, whispers of an ominous threat are heard on the streets of Mooncrest. Can a mismatched pair of heroines overcome the challenges of their enemies and each other or will all end in ruin?”
More details and info can be found on the game’s official site.
Amazon is selling The Evil Within on all platforms for $19.99. You can check out the deal here.
Even though its been 10 years since the game launched, that didn’t stop Disney Interactive from releasing an update to KOTOR II! The title has a host of additions such as new achievements, cloud saves 4/5K support and more! Get the update below.
New features include:
• 37 achievements to be earned through gameplay
• Steam Cloud saves
• Native widescreen resolution support
• Resolution support up to 4K and 5K
• Support for controllers, including Xbox 360, Xbox One, Playstation
3, and Playstation 4, along with several others (check the system requirements for details)
• Steam Workshop support! We proudly worked with the Restored Content Mod Team to have their famous TSLRCM up on launch day
Oh…and we added a “Force Speed Effects” option in the menu 😉
AlphaOmegaSin discusses why “SWJs” need to leave the gaming, movie, music, comics and more. Warning, strong language, and suggestive themes.
Check out the launch trailer for GameFreak developed, Sega published, Tembo The Badass Elephant. This game is developed by the same team behind the Pokemon franchise! Launch trailer below!
Ultra Street Fighter 4 set a record for current viewers this past Sunday. The grand finals entertained more than 250K users. And one of the best moments of the tournament was when a shirtless Poongko fought Onisan….also shirtless. It was crazy hype! lol.
Source: EVO Vides