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Rainbow Six Siege Terrohunt Trailer Shows Us The Art Of Defenestration

Written by Neil Soutter on 29 July 2015 at 16:45

One of the most exciting things to come out of Ubisoft's press conference was the news that terrorist hunt would be returning to Rainbow Six Siege. Or Terrohunt as Ubisoft adamantly puts it. One of the most popular modes from previous Rainbow Six games like Vegas and Vegas 2, Terrorist Hunt features a squad of cooperative playing working together to take down an army of AI enemy terrorists.

Ubisoft has released a brand new trailer for the mode, showing us just how this mode will work. It's also accompanied by the rather spurious claim that it's an interactive trailer. The only thing you'll be doing is clicking occasionally to learn a bit more about various gameplay aspects. Don't let that detract from the fun of watching things blowing up though.  [More]

How To Rollback Windows 10 To Your Previous Windows Installation

Written by Joffy S on 29 July 2015 at 15:45

So Windows 10 is the new hotness. You’ve gone and grabbed it at the first opportunity, clicking through the installation process like a person possessed. But once it’s done, you realise you’ve made a horrendous mistake. You don’t like the layout. You hate the pesky Start Menu. Your favourite game doesn’t work.

There’s all manner of reasons why your upgrade to Windows 10 could go wrong. Luckily, there’s a built in panic button should you need. This allows you to revert your Windows 10 installation back to the exact same Windows 7 or Windows 8 install you had before this whole nightmare started. [More]

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The Witcher 3 New Game Plus DLC Explained In Further Detail

Written by Stuart Thomas on 29 July 2015 at 13:15

Yesterday CD Projekt RED announced a New Game+ mode for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Now it’s detailed what the mode actually entails for long time players. So if your 200-hour quest wasn’t enough to sate your appetite for adventure, you’ll find plenty more to devour here.

CDPR community manager Marcin Momot spilled the beans, explaining how New Game+ will work in The Witcher 3. It will of course require that you’ve completed The Witcher 3 at least once, but it will start you out on a brand new playthrough. You’ll be retaining all of the items, alchemy recipes and experience you accrued from your first playthrough. If you hadn’t reached level 30 yet, you’ll be bumped up to this for New Game +. [More]

How To Install Windows 10 Manually If The Prompt For Automatic Upgrade Has Not Appeared

Written by Joffy S on 29 July 2015 at 11:52

If you’re like me and you’re just sat around twiddling your thumbs, waiting for Microsoft to notify you on how to install Windows 10, there is an answer. Microsoft has a workaround if you’re just too damned impatient, and why wouldn’t you be after waiting close to a year for this upgrade?

The first thing you’re going to want to do is head on over to Microsoft’s official Windows 10 download page. This lets you bypass Microsoft’s wave-based invitation system entirely. On here you’ll find the option for two different versions of Windows 10 - the 32-bit and the 64-bit editions. [More]

Fallout 4 Will Not Come With Mod Support At Launch

Written by Neil Soutter on 29 July 2015 at 10:56

Bethesda and mods are a match made in heaven. Or hell if they brave another attempt at charging for them. It’s one of the reasons we’re anticipating Fallout 4 so much. Not only are we getting this vast, unexplored world, but we can also layer it with new adventures and creations. Unfortunately, however, Bethesda has confirmed Fallout 4 will not have modding tools at launch.

Now don’t panic. They are coming eventually. Bethesda’s Pete Hines revealed as much during a recent interview. He admitted the creation kit is coming, but the focus right now is on making Fallout 4 the best game it can possibly be. [More]

Thirteen Reasons Why You Should Get The Free Windows 10 Upgrade

Written by tzzsmk on 28 July 2015 at 17:30

The Windows 10 launch is happening at midnight tonight, July 29th. Owners of Windows 7 and Windows 8/8.1 can upgrade for free through Windows Update, while sales of separate licenses also commence. But is the upgrade worth it? Here we'll run through the 13 reasons you should take advantage of the free Windows 10 upgrade. 

Windows 10 is the latest Windows operating system you can get, offering plenty of new additions and supporting the latest hardware and technologies. For the first time in history of Windows there is an attempt to bring Windows to wide range of devices and to unite software platforms - a big, bold move from Microsoft. Without further ado then, here's why Windows 10 is a must for PC gamers.  [More]

Final Fantasy Type-0 HD System Requirements

Written by Joffy S on 28 July 2015 at 16:30

Final Fantasy's march onto PC continues apace with the news that Final Fantasy Type-0 HD will be coming to Steam on August 14th. Final Fantasy Type-0 HD is a spruced up remake of the PSP original, and one that's been given a further lick of paint with PC exclusive graphics features and enhancements. Bizarrely, pre-ordering yourself a copy will net you a DOTA 2 bonus in the shape of a class zero Moogle ward. Perhaps most tragically of all, you'll also get an 'exclusive loading screen'. Yippee.

Anyway, enough of that, because Final Fantasy Type-0 HD is actually a pretty fine spin-off. It centres on a group of students from an elite military academy, known as Class Zero. They're tasked with fending off the neighbouring Empire, through action-based combat. To see whether you're rig is ready for its final fantasy, check out the official Final Fantasy Type-0 HD system requirements.  [More]

Square Enix Knew Rise Of The Tomb Raider Xbox Timed Exclusivity Would Upset Fans

Written by Stuart Thomas on 28 July 2015 at 15:15

Square Enix has spoken out openly about the Rise of the Tomb Raider timed exclusivity for the first time. Phil Rogers, CEO of Europe and Americas at Square Enix, admitted the publisher knew the exclusivity would disappoint fans, but that the end result will be worth it.

Rise of the Tomb Raider was originally announced back in June 2014, premiering in Microsoft’s E3 press conference as an Xbox exclusive. The wording of the exclusivity was purposefully vague, and so it came as little surprise when he heard last week that Rise of the Tomb Raider would be coming to PC and PlayStation 4 in 2016. [More]

Mafia 3 Announced - Full Reveal Next Week At Gamescom

Written by Joffy S on 28 July 2015 at 14:05

In absolutely joyous news, 2K has announced an announcement. It’s not just any old announcement though, it’s Mafia III. I’ve already donned my fedora of hype in preparation. I don’t know whether 2K is intentionally make life as painful as possible for us, but we’re going to have to wait a week until the full reveal.

That’ll be coming as part of Gamescom, with a full worldwide premiere taking place on Wednesday, August 5th at 13:00 BST. All we’ve got for now is a nice teaser image. We’ve put it through our intense forensics process here at GD, and it looks as if Mafia 3 is going to be set in 70s/80s New Orleans. Forget Tommy Guns and Jefferson Provincials, we’re talking muscle cars and bayous. [More]

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