Amid a years-long drought of winter sports titles, Ubisoft’s Steep provided a chilly oasis back in 2016. Its open world gameplay is a good bit more exploratory than SSX, the inevitable comparison for any game featuring snowboards, but Steep adds wingsuits, paragliding, and skiing to the mix. Now Steep is yours to claim through Uplay.
Day: May 16, 2019
Metro Exodus’ two DLC expansions will put players in control of new characters and new weapons. In a press release issued earlier today, developer 4A Games revealed details of the upcoming content, which will be available towards the beginning of next year.
Total War: Three Kingdoms releases in just one week’s time and the embargo has just dropped, so it’s time to take a look at the internet and at what the critics reckon.
Do you want a war or do you want to just give him a gun? A press release issued today has confirmed what Fortnite fans have been hoping (and determinedly data-mining) for in recent weeks – John Wick is now officially in Fortnite. As part of an event to tie into the release of the third John Wick film, Parabellum, Lionsgate and Epic games have collaborated to bring players a raft of cool John Wick content to get their teeth into.
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If you were going to spend $600K+ on a PC what would you look to get out of it? Obviously you’d want it to be able to run Crysis, but you’d also be expecting some serious computational chops on the scale of a monstrous server machine. Maybe something that will ray trace your games at 144Hz on a 4K screen, or render 8K special effects without breaking a sweat.
A busy modder is recreating Fallout 76’s Appalachia map inside of Fallout 4. Titled Fallout: Appalachia, the mod takes Fallout 76’s West Virginia-inspired landscape and brings it forward 185 years into Fallout 4’s timeline.
The Epic Games store’s first major sale has begun. In a press release earlier today, the publisher announced a series of discounts which will be available on the platform over the next four weeks.
rpcs3 Git (2019/05/16) is compiled. RPCS3 is an open-source Sony PlayStation 3 emulator and debugger written in C++ for Windows and Linux. The emulator has been in development since early 2011 and currently supports modern DirectX 12, Vulkan and OpenGL renderers. The emulator is capable of booting and playing a decent amount of commercial games and PlayStation 3 SDK samples. Many more titles are also becoming playable with future development by contributors.…More
Cxbx Reloaded Git (2019/05/16) is compiled. Cxbx-Reloaded is an emulator for running Microsoft Xbox (and eventually, Chihiro) games on Microsoft Windows. The project began life as a fork of Cxbx with added 64-bit support. Work is currently underway to backport some of the improvements from Dxbx. Cxbx-Reloaded is still pretty unstable, don't expect it to run much at this point.…More