Back in 2015, a trailer was released for a ‘remastered’ version of the shooter Turok, since then the title released on PC over at Steam, leaving console gamers out of the market.
Star Citizen has long held the title as the most successfully crowdfunded video game in history, but did you know that the ambitious first-person title has actually raised more money than all the games combined on Kickstarter?
Dig the hardcore RPG genre? Then give Deck13’s The Surge a try, running at a discounted price on Amazon.
Last year Nintendo launched their latest modern console, The Switch. Unfortunately, at the start of the launch, the console was looking a little rocky, with users reporting a host of issues such as crashes, bricking the case scratching the screen, and more. But this didn’t stop juggernaut Nintendo for absolutely smashing the launch sales wise.
Hyper Universe, the 4v4 sidescrolling MOBA will leave Steam early access and launch officially, via the Nexon launcher and Steam January 17th, free for all to play.
With the upcoming release of CAPCOM’s Monster Hunter World on PS4 and Xbox One, PC players have been wondering if they would be getting a piece of the monster hunting action anytime soon. Unfortunately, the devs have been very quiet on the matter, until now. In a recent tweet from producer Ryozo Tsujimoto, it was announced that Monster Hunter World would be arriving for PC in Autumn this year.
LawBreakers was one of the most hyped up games last year – mainly because of the Studio’s leading man behind the game, Cliff Bleszinski, praised it as the next big competitive first-person shooter. Unfortunately, it turned out to be a massive commercial disaster. Now the publisher behind the game has placed blame on Bluehole Studio’s massively successful shooter, PUBG for the games downfall.