Stop it Nvida, just stop it. It's nearly the end of the year and we haven't even got a look at your new, powerful desktop graphics cards yet. You've teased us already with hints of reveals, only for our hopes to be dashed while waiting for something from nothing. We've been sift...oh you're going to show us something next week? Well, carry on then.
So are you the biggest Call of Duty fan on the planet and have an insatiable desire to own every single piece of Call of Duty software ever launched? Or have you never played a single game and believe you need to buy everything to catch up before Advanced Warfare is released?
Hey put that pitchfork down before you take someone’s eye out. No GTA V hasn’t been cancelled on PC and isn’t likely to be cancelled either.
I think we can all agree that gaming isn’t quite ready to go all digital. There are still some benefits to having the option to purchase games at retail or digitally, but that seems to be disappearing very quickly. At least, that’s the case for Master Race gaming.
The Sims 4 launch trailer has been released into the wild - the game is only about a week away so I guess it makes sense. With so many types of characters and interactions, there's the potential for a whole lot of hashtags.
I'm not sure how it was when viewing from home, but Bioware's reveal for Shadow Realms sounded atrocious at the EA press conference. It sounded like anything but the sort of game we were hoping for. But then I went behind closed doors and found out that it's actually pretty awesome.
Battlefield 4 had a rather tumultuous launch, causing EA's stock to take a tumble and even get investigated by shareholder to see if they knew the game was going to be such a problem. Fans of the franchise say the game is excellent, and now you can find out for yourself, risk free.
Ubisoft is excited to tell us about their new Settlers game, Kingdoms of Anteria. Fans of the franchise love building their economies, but there are other new elements of the game that I'm not totally convinced that players will love.
The new Sims 4 trailer shows that this latest iteration of the game will include a greater emotional range that will have a deeper impact on gameplay. Gone are the days of just keeping your Sims happy at all costs, those strange and varied emotions will change how they interact and what they do.
The Sims 4 is coming in just a couple months now - 2 September is launch day and I'm sure plenty of you are readying your Origin client in anticipation. We know The Sims 4 isn't like The Witcher and won't require excessive PC hardware, but does your PC meet the minimum requirements?