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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Patch 1.04 Adds 720p Support And Boosts Ultra Visual Quality

Written by Neil Soutter on 26 May 2015 at 12:30

The updates for the PC version of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt are coming thick and fast, with the latest Patch 1.04 improving Nvidia Hairworks performance, boosting the quality of Ultra visuals, and adding 1280 x 720 as a valid resolution option, among other changes.

That latter point could prove a huge boost to gamers playing on lower-end systems. The lowest resolution available in The Witcher 3 was previously 1366 x 768, with the newly supported 720p resolution representing a 12% drop in the number of pixels rendered per frame. [More]

Resident Evil Zero HD Remake Confirmed For PC, PS4 And Xbox One

Written by Stuart Thomas on 26 May 2015 at 11:16

Capcom has announced Resident Evil Zero is the next in line for a remaster, with an updated version of the survival horror prequel coming in early 2016. The remake is following in the footsteps of the Resident Evil HD remaster which arrived earlier this year, going on to shift more than a million copies.

Resident Evil Zero originally debuted on Gamecube back in 2002, and switched the formula up by introducing a partner zapping system, whereby players could instantly switch between the two playable characters at any point, allowing for more complex puzzle-solving. The Resident Evil 0 HD remaster will mark the first time the game will be available on non-Nintendo platforms. [More]

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Act Of Aggression System Requirements

Written by Joffy S on 25 May 2015 at 16:00

Act of Aggression is hitting PC next month, and for fans on a real-time strategy kick this could be one to watch. It's from Eugen Systems, the mighty fine folk behind the Wargame series. This time around, however, it's not all fight, fight, fight, despite the name - Act of Aggression features extensive base building and resource management. Think Command & Conquer: Generals and you're along the right lines.

Set in the near-future, Act of Aggression pits three global superpowers against one another in a fight to the death, with an RTS hailing back to the golden era of the genre. Before you start constructing your impenetrable compound however, make sure you check out the official Act of Aggression system requirements. [More]

Gunslinger McCree Is A Deadeye Shooter In Overwatch Gameplay Footage

Written by Joffy S on 25 May 2015 at 14:00

The latest Overwatch gameplay trailer puts gunslinger McCree in the spotlight, and he probably looks eerily familiar to anyone unlucky enough to have experienced 90’s live-action laserdisc travesty, Mad Dog McCree.

He’s nothing to do with him, of course, but he shares a penchant for the cigar-chomping wilds of the West. Gravelly-voiced and with a revolver at the ready, McCree looks to be the character of choice for sharpshooters. He’s got what appears to be a fairly traditional moveset, aided by a rapid-fire revolver skill whereby he empties the chamber in a split-second. I think gun pros call it 'fanning', *puts on shades*. [More]

GLaDOS Sure Plays A Mean Pinball In Portal 2 Pinball FX Table Gameplay Trailer

Written by Neil Soutter on 25 May 2015 at 12:00

Pinball’s alright, sure, but Portal Pinball is sure to be in another dimension. Step forward Zen Studios, who has announced a collaboration with Valve and Aperture Laboratories for a Portal-themed table, coming this week to Pinball FX 2.

The ‘Aperture Science Heuristic Portal Pinball Device’ isn’t hampered by the boring Earth physics of your run-of-the-mill pinball tables, offering up laser beams, teleportation, and even GLaDOS and Chell strutting their stuff across its sleek surface. [More]

F1 2015 Teaser Trailer Revealed As Racer Stalls Until July 10th

Written by Stuart Thomas on 25 May 2015 at 10:00

Codemasters has announced F1 2015's been delayed by roughly a month, but it's also sent along a new teaser trailer to try and say 'LOOK OVER THERE!!' and keep it all hush, hush. Never ones to be thwarted by the machinations of PR, we can confirm that F1 2015 has been pushed back from its original June 12th release to July 10th, on all release platforms.

If F1 2015 were a race car it would probably be a Morris Minor at this point, but it’ll still be arriving in the middle of the real-life Formula 1 season, which is more than can be said for last year’s version. Anywho, we’ve got a new trailer on our hands, which has some splendid looking cars zipping around some splendid looking tracks. [More]

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood Review : Old Blood, New Tricks...

Written by Joffy S on 24 May 2015 at 16:00

When Wolfenstein: The New Order rocked up last year, expectations were understandably low. The gruff B.J. Blazkowicz had already had his day in the sunshine, laid out to pasture next to Mecha-Hitler and chums. As we now know, that most definitely was not the case. The ultimate Nazi killer was back, and in finer form than ever. Not only had MachineGames crafted an impeccably solid shooter, it was somehow a Wolfenstein with heart. You were still crushing skulls beneath your jackboots, and killing soldiers by the bucketload, but beneath the surface beat a surprisingly affecting tale of love, loss, and Nazis.

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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt News Round Up - Everything You Need To Know

Written by Joffy S on 24 May 2015 at 14:00

It's been a busy, busy week when it comes to news on The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. A heck of a lot has happened since then, including some absolutely stellar review scores floating in, that downgrade controversy, and we have of course got a range of benchmarks to see how The Witcher 3 performs.

Keeping track of it all can be a bit of a momentous task, but here we've gathered together all the biggest news stories and benchmarks for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, so you know everything you need know. Whether that's graphics tips and tricks, bug fixes, gameplay trailers, or system requirements, we've got it all covered here in our Witcher 3 news round up. [More]

The Evil Within - The Consequence Review : Waking Nightmare

Written by Tim Edwards on 24 May 2015 at 14:00

The Consequence is the second of the three-part DLC for The Evil Within, and it completes the behind-the-scenes tale of Juli Kidman from the original The Evil Within campaign. This second instalment attempts to build upon The Assignment with a greater emphasis on big cinematic set-pieces but struggles to keep the same level of flow and consistency. With the story to be concluded it has the crucial role of creating a satisfying ending to this interesting tale.

As The Assignment did a great job of introducing and developing the character of Ruvik after a very climactic ending, the sense of mystery is very much gone. At times it feels like the game is just forcing through the tiny necessary details to satisfactorily conclude the plot. Regardless, the gameplay still provides some exciting new battles with some very gripping conclusions. [More]

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