Our favourite team game of the year is most certainly Rocket League. Even though most of us absolutely stink at the car football game, Rocket League is still fun! If you know what I’m talking about, then you’re either jamming it on PC or PlayStation 4 right now. And Xbox One owners, looks like you’re up next for a turn behind the wheel.
We’ve played through the opening bits of Assassin’s Creed Syndicate on PC, and it seems Ubisoft’s port can swinging the framerate counter wildy in any direction.
Watching riders slide around like a whale with an eating disorder on narrow tracks, or set a time trial record in open arenas makes from some gripping viewing. And that’s the kind of game that MX vs. ATV Supercross Encore wants to be. Only, it really isn’t.
Ever wonder how games go from blank canvases to fully finished projects? As Bethesda points out with Fallout 4, not every game needs to start from absolutely nothing.
Destiny developer Bungie is looking for some new blood to work on an unspecified project that may or may not be the PC port of their massive open-universe game. Are you ready to become legend…at coding?
Batman Arkham Knight is unlikely to be fixed anytime soon on PC, as a best-case scenario would only have the bat back in action by September at the earliest.
After taking down the PC version of the game from everywhere they possibly could, Warner Bros. has now delayed Arkham Knight until later this year.
ZombiU was a spectacular horror title for the Wii U. It looks like it will be getting a port to new consoles. A classification board has it listed for the Xbox One!
Grand Theft Auto V is finally on PC, and there is simply no better place to play Rockstar’s fine epic
GTA V’s journey ends with a bang, delivering explosive online heists and an all new way to play on PC.
Assassin’s Creed: Rouge has finally landed on PC, and does an admirable job of porting the better title from last year
Elite: Dangerous has proven to be quite popular on PC. And now the game is headed to the Xbox One.