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Written by Neil Soutter on 27 February 2017 at 09:54

US retailer Target has leaked the existence of Middle-Earth: Shadow of War, a sequel to Shadow of Mordor. We’ve been hearing rumours of its existence for some time now, however it appears as if Warner Bros has been planning a Fallout 4-style rapid turnaround between Middle-Earth: Shadow of War’s announcement and its launch. [More]

Written by Joffy S on 26 February 2017 at 16:00

Forget about days, we can now feasibly count down the hours until AMD’s next-generation Ryzen CPUs are unleashed on the world. To say they look like a bargain seems like a huge understatement. Ladies and gents, this is what competition for Intel finally looks like. Over in Silicon Valley the blue team is probably proverbially cacking itself. [More]

Most Popular Games Check Performance Release Dates Days
1 Mass Effect Andromeda Mar-21-2017 22 days
2 Tom Clancys Ghost Recon Wildlands Mar-07-2017 8 days
3 For Honor Feb-14-2017 Out now
4 Resident Evil 7 Jan-24-2017 Out now
5 Watch Dogs 2 Nov-29-2016 Out now
6 Grand Theft Auto VI 2018? -
7 Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Nov-04-2016 Out now
8 Sniper Elite 4 Feb-14-2017 Out now
9 NieR: Automata Mar-10-2017 11 days
10 Halo Wars 2 Feb-21-2017 Out now
11 Titanfall 2 Oct-28-2016 Out now
12 H1Z1: King of the Kill Feb-18-2016 Out now
13 Star Citizen 2017 -
14 Conan Exiles Jan-31-2017 Out now
15 BERSERK and the Band of the Hawk Feb-21-2017 Out now
16 Dishonored II Nov-11-2016 Out now
17 theHunter: Call of the Wild Feb-16-2017 Out now
18 Blackwake Unknown -
19 WWE 2K17 Feb-07-2017 Out now
20 Planet Coaster Nov-17-2016 Out now
Written by Joffy S on 26 February 2017 at 11:41

Getting an invite to the last beta was like panning for gold, but this time anyone and everyone can drop in and play a good 10-hour chunk of Ghost Recon Wildlands right now. Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon series has a wild split in its fanbase, and so too does the incredibly divisive Ghost Recon Wildlands beta. [More]

Written by Joffy S on 26 February 2017 at 09:00

Razer have this quality of taking something everyone else does, making it ludicrously expensive, and then somehow making you feel like you probably need it in your life. Which brings me onto Razer’s $150 Power Bank. It is, for all intents and purposes, a glorified external battery with which to extend the battery life of your laptop. [More]

I found myself wrapped up in an odd imposition with theHunter: Call of the Wild. My only previous experience with the series was theHunter: Primal, a rough around the edges dino-hunting game from a few years back. theHunter: Call of the Wild is much the same thing, except you’re not hunting dinosaurs but rather deer, bears, and all sorts of other wildlife. [More]

Written by Joffy S on 25 February 2017 at 15:00

Over the last couple of years we’ve seen a real fork in how developers want to be continue providing content for a full-priced AAA multiplayer game post launch. On the one hand you’ve got the traditionalists. The grizzled old stalwarts like Call of Duty or Battlefield. Churning out a rigid year of premium content with 4 or 5 packs, effectively doubling the price of the game. [More]

Written by Stuart Thomas on 25 February 2017 at 12:20

For all Ubisoft’s pre-release talk of buddying up with your mates in Steep and exploring the Alps together, there was actually precious little to do in the game aside from churn through the missions on your lonesome. Having got gold medals on all of them, I was basically forced to put Steep aside until some more content arrived. Yet arrive it has. Steep has been updated with the free new Alaska area, an entire new mountain range packed with new challenges to complete. [More]

Written by Neil Soutter on 25 February 2017 at 10:00

Few franchises quite as much nostalgia baggage around with them as Micro Machines. Generations of kids have grown up with the toys and played the games, and it’s own special blend of top-down, miniature competitive racing. It usually means people don’t like it if Codemasters mess with the formula, but the first screenshots for Micro Machines World Series show a tantalizing blend of the old and new. [More]

Written by Joffy S on 24 February 2017 at 20:13

BioWare were clearly trying to catch me off guard releasing the official Mass Effect Andromeda system requirements deep into a Friday evening, but they won’t slip past me that easy. We’ve got the official systems specs you’re going to need in order to dust off your space boots and join the galaxy-wide quest with Ryder and co. So without further ado ladies, gents, and Korgans, here are the Mass Effect Andromeda system requirements. [More]

Written by Joffy S on 24 February 2017 at 17:29

I’m definitely not the only one profoundly interested in what Amazon Game Studios is cooking up with its Lumberyard Engine. It’s got three announced AAA titles in the works and plenty more to come, all in the name of a big budget assault on the PC gaming space. [More]

Written by Neil Soutter on 24 February 2017 at 15:21

At this point in time, considering the Xbox Play Anywhere initiative, if Halo 6 isn’t also available on PC it would be an absolute travesty. It would be Microsoft saying in the most certain terms possible - Halo is an Xbox franchise. I’m sure we needn’t worry about that though, and Halo 6 will almost undoubtedly be on PC. Even better though, 343 Industries has confirmed it will feature split-screen multiplayer. In fact, all Halo titles going forward will as well. [More]

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