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The Jungle Is Massive In Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain TGS 2014 Trailer

Written by Stuart Thomas on 18 September 2014 at 11:30

Konami has revealed more brand-new footage of Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain at Tokyo Game Show 2014, showcasing over 20 minutes of gameplay set in a never-before-seen jungle environment.

MGS creator Hideo Kojima is at the helm for demo, which features Snake and his new buddy - and tip-top sniper - Quiet sneak through the overgrowth to gain access to a hidden enemy outpost situated by a picturesque waterfall. Snake’s got access to some smart new climbing abilities on show though, allowing him to scale seemingly impossible cliff faces to gain a tactical advantage, all the while looking all Mission Impossible 2. [More]

Torment Of The Evil Within Revealed In Nightmarish Tokyo Game Show Trailer

Written by Neil Soutter on 18 September 2014 at 10:12

Bethesda has released a terrifying new trailer for The Evil Within to celebrate Tokyo Game Show. Horror maestro Shinji Mikami’s latest looks to be a masterclass in dread, showing protagonist Sebastian Castellanos make his way down slowly down a corridor with a crippling injury, tailed by a mysterious beast.

The Resident Evil creator's releasing his latest survival horror title in just a month’s time, and if this latest trailer’s anything to go by then gamers are in for a grim time. Sunflowers and swings are swiftly swapped for pus-filled tendriled abominations, a man wielding a hammer and a safe for a head, and legions of lesioned undead. [More]

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NVidia GTX 970 And GTX 980 Series Rumored Pricing

Written by Shaheryar Ehsan-i-Haque on 17 September 2014 at 16:58

The rumour mill's running at full steam today with reports surfacing regarding the pricing structure of Nvidia's upcoming GTX 900 series of graphics cards, with a full unveiling expect at this Friday's worldwide Game24 event.

Leaked sources from Nvidia claim that the GeForce GTX 970 with GM204 unit and 2nd Generation Maxwell architecture with 28nm lithography will go up for $299 with non-reference cards to be available around $329 to $349. If this rumour is confirmed, then the GeForce GTX 970 will be an ideal card for those who want to make a more affordable leap to modest 4K gaming. This might also indicate that Nvidia is finally slashing down its pricing structure for the latest models, but all will be confirmed at the Game24 Event on September 19th. [More]

Microsoft Reportedly Planning To Stream Xbox 360 And Xbox One Games To Windows PCs

Written by Jon Sutton on 17 September 2014 at 14:00

Reports indicate that Microsoft is in the process of testing a cloud gaming service that could allow all Xbox 360 and Xbox One games to played at 60 FPS via a web browser like Internet Explorer or Google Chrome.

Microsoft’s cloud game platform Delorean is designed to predict gamers’ upcoming action to reduce potential lag, and Microsoft has supposedly already got the technology up and running with working versions of Fable III and Doom 3. [More]

Microsoft Announces Xbox One Wired Controller For Windows PCs

Written by Jon Sutton on 17 September 2014 at 12:45

Microsoft has announced the official wired Xbox One controller for Windows, allowing PC gamers to plug and play Microsoft’s high-tech gaming controller. The USB-powered controller just needs plugging in via the 9-foot cable and Windows will automatically recognise the accessory and install the necessary drivers.

This is the very latest controller for Microsoft’s Xbox One console and is compatible with both Windows 7 and Windows 8. The only difference between it and the official Xbox One controller is the wired USB cable. In comparison to the Xbox 360 controller the Xbox One controller has impulse triggers, precision controls, and better ergonomics. [More]

Survival Of The Fittest In New Alien: Isolation Teaser

Written by Stuart Thomas on 17 September 2014 at 11:45

The Creative Assembly brings the fear once more in a new Alien: Isolation trailer, where they’re once more promising pant-soiling aplenty and chances of survival rapidly dropping to 0%.

Scheduled to arrive in just a matter of weeks, Alien: Isolation has recently gone gold and is ready to go, if you dare to brave the xenomorph. Eschewing gunplay in favour of intense stealth tactics, Alien: Isolation pits you against a single stalking alien on the deserted space ship Sevastopol, engaging in a battle of wits and survival against the 8-foot snarling beast. [More]

Its All About The Four Play In Latest Assassins Creed Unity Co-op Trailer

Written by Neil Soutter on 17 September 2014 at 10:15

Ubisoft has released a stylish new co-op trailer for Assassin’s Creed Unity, giving us another sneak-peek at what you and up to three death-dealing buddies can get up to when traversing the huge Parisian open-world.

For the first time ever in an Assassin’s Creed game, Unity will allow up to four players to seamlessly play together in a range of missions designed for cooperative play, as players must work in tandem in order to accomplish objectives or take down targets spread throughout the city. [More]

Official Nvidia Geforce GTX 980 Final Specs Revealed

Written by Jon Sutton on 16 September 2014 at 16:30

The lid has finally come off Nvidia’s eagerly-anticipated next-generation of graphics cards, beginning with its upcoming flagship model, the Nvidia GeForce GTX 980. Built on second generation Maxwell architecture, the GTX 980 sports a GM204 GPU which is again produced using the 28nm fabrication process.

Right, onto those specs, and the GeForce GTX 980 will come packing 2048 CUDA cores spread across 16 Streaming Multiprocessors Maxwell, along with with 4GB of on-board GDDR5 memory on a 256-bit memory bus, with a theoretical maximum bandwidth of 224 GB/s. [More]

Hearthstone Deals In More Than 20 Million Unique Players Since Launch

Written by Stuart Thomas on 16 September 2014 at 15:15

Either Blizzard’s kissed the Blarney Stone, their office garden is comprised exclusively of four leaf clovers, or, more likely, they’ve got some serious talent over at that studio because Hearthstone has become the latest in a long line of Blizzard successes. The deck-building card battling game has only been out in for nigh-on six months but it was already amassed over 20 million players worldwide; more than three times the numbers currently plugging away at World of Warcraft.

Blizzard claims Hearthstone's the player count surged following the release of Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft’s first single-player update, the Curse of Naxxramas, as well as interest in the qualifying rounds for its upcoming Hearthstone World Championship. Hearthstone also recently made it onto iPad, and Blizzard has said to keep an eye out for an Android version in the near future. [More]

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