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No Mans Sky What We Know Summary And System Requirements

Written by Felix Nova on 04 July 2015 at 17:00

No Man's Sky is a beautiful looking sci fi affair. Every time we see another little bit of it our imaginations jump into overdrive, hungrily looking towards its eventual release. It is under development by a British Studio called Hello Games.

No Man's Sky is a lot of things and some have even referred to it as loosely from Minecraft in space. Where you make your own destiny, with no user manual, leaving you to discover your own way through the depths of its crafting and exploration. No Man's Sky is an open-world, space game that lets the player visit planets the size of actual planets and craft their own environments and gameplay experience. But with each video we see, it's hard to really know what it is that the game will be offering, beyond something very beautiful. So let's take a look at what we do know about No Man's Sky. [More]

Microsoft Helps You Choose Your Upgrade Path With Windows 10 Edition Comparison

Written by Joffy S on 04 July 2015 at 14:30

Knowing just what the differences are between different versions of Windows is a tricky prospect, and Microsoft certainly hasn’t made it any simpler with Windows 10. Home? Pro? Enterprise? Education? Not many of us would be able to pinpoint the differences, but thankfully Microsoft has made things a little easier with a series of new tables. These outline the various editions of Windows 10 and what features are included with each.

First things first, there’s four different versions of Windows 10 available for desktop users. Home and Pro are going to be of interest to the majority of users, while Enterprise is targeted at volume licensing, and Education is for schools and students. [More]

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Next Hearthstone: Heroes Of Warcraft Expansion To Be Announced On July 22

Written by Stuart Thomas on 04 July 2015 at 12:00

In news that will be greeted with as many panicked yelps as smiles, Blizzard has announced another expansion pack is coming to its hyper-addictive trading card game, Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft.

If you’ve just about managed to kick the card-battling habit then you’d best look away now. Blizzard has revealed the next Hearthstone expansion will be announced on July 22nd, and all signs are pointing to it being a significant new card set. [More]

Have A Run-Down Of All The New Features Coming In The Latest F1 2015 Trailer

Written by Joffy S on 04 July 2015 at 10:00

The official season’s already in full swing, but if you’ve been waiting for a digitised version of the world’s fastest sport, F1 2015 is screeching into view next week. Codemasters don’t want us to forget this, sending along a brand new features trailer to try and explain what all the fuss is about.

Central to this is the new Championship Season Mode. This is Codemaster’s first attempt at emulating the broadcast-style presentation for F1 2015. Think along the lines of FIFA and you’re sort of there. This means race day atmosphere with build-up and intro sequences, as well as a narrative that unfolds throughout the course of a season. [More]

What Are You Playing This Weekend - July 2015 Edition

Written by Joffy S on 03 July 2015 at 17:00

If the weather near you is anything like it is here in England you’ve got one of two options - head outside and fry, or sit indoors and boil. If you sit indoors at least you’ve got games though, so I think that answers that little quandary.

The upcoming month is deathly quiet for new releases, but I’m sure we’ve all got plenty we still need to play. The Steam sale finished last week, so if your wallet has taken anywhere near the sort of bruising mine has then you’ll be absolutely set. Ah, and we had the small matter of Batman: Arkham Knight launch last week, which some of you have dared try on PC. [More]

AMD Radeon R9 Fury Specs Leaked

Written by Stuart Thomas on 03 July 2015 at 15:30

AMD’s Radeon R9 Fury X has been busy making waves in recent weeks, but it’s not the only high-end graphics card AMD's got up its sleeves. Next up after its water-cooled beast is the air-cooled Radeon R9 Fury, a slightly less powerful graphics card still packing that Fiji GPU and 4GB High Bandwidth Memory (HBM).

The specs of the Radeon R9 Fury were previously unknown, but the first tentative leaks have now emerged. The air-cooled enthusiast graphics card will be almost identical to its older brother, albeit with a cut-down 3,584 Stream Processors, compared to the full 4,096 on the Fury X. [More]

Dead Or Alive 5 Multiplayer Update Delayed - Still No Online Multiplayer

Written by Stuart Thomas on 03 July 2015 at 14:00

Dead or Alive 5 originally launched way back in March, and by all accounts it was a bit of a hamfisted port. In among all the other problems, there’s still one glaring issue - the multiplayer. Or lack of it, I should say.

Team Ninja launched Dead or Alive 5 without any form of online multiplayer, and it’s just announced that the anticipated update has been delayed once again. Originally expected to come at the end of June, Team Ninja encountered some major issues which could mean PC gamers are left waiting for a good while yet. [More]

See Resident Evil Zero HD Remaster In Action With 40-Minute Gameplay Walkthrough

Written by Neil Soutter on 03 July 2015 at 12:45

If you’ve never been one to play Nintendo consoles, then the chances of you having played Resident Evil Zero already are relatively close to zero itself. Capcom’s survival horror prequel, which originally landed in 2002, has never known a life outside of Nintendo’s dinky Gamecube or the tarted up Wii port, but it’s finally arriving on other platforms in early 2016.

We hadn’t seen much of the Resident Evil Zero port until now, but now Capcom has released an extensive 40-minute gameplay demonstration plucked straight from the sweaty clutches of E3 2015. It’s a runthrough of an early portion of the game, set on now iconic zombie-filled train. [More]

Nordic Games And Piranha Bytes Announce ELEX - Post-Apocalyptic Sci-Fi RPG

Written by Stuart Thomas on 03 July 2015 at 11:30

Nordic Games has announced it will be publishing ELEX in late 2016. ELEX is a new sci-fi role-playing game from Risen and Gothic creators Piranha Bytes, set within a post-apocalyptic open-world. Players will be given complex moral choices which will shape the world around them.

The name ELEX stands for Eclectic, Lavish, Exhilarating, Xenial, which is unusual to say the least. If, like me, you had to go and grab a dictionary, xenial means hospitable to visiting strangers or guests. So there you go. [More]

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