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Nvidia Rumoured To Be Combating R9 380X With GeForce GTX 960 Ti Launch In Jan 2016

Written by Joffy S on 26 November 2015 at 17:06

Reports are emerging Nvidia is preparing to reveal its GeForce GTX 960 Ti graphics card soon, with the aim of going toe-to-toe with AMD’s recently launched Radeon R9 380X. Targeted firmly at the mid-range market, the GeForce GTX 960 Ti is expected to cost somewhere in the region of $250. This fills the gap between the GTX 960 and the GTX 970, priced at $199 and $329 accordingly.

Rather than running on a modified version of the GM206 GPU, the GeForce GTX 960 Ti will in fact run on a cut down version of the GM204 GPU used in both the GTX 970 and GTX 980. This is because the GTX 960 is already running on a fully unlocked version of the GM206, so there’s no additional performance to be gained. [More]

Rainbow Six Siege Beta Postponed Due To Technical Issues Just Days Before Launch

Written by Joffy S on 26 November 2015 at 15:00

Ubisoft has been forced to postpone its Rainbow Six Siege open beta. Due to to go live yesterday afternoon, Ubisoft cited technical problems and connection issues across all three supported platforms as the reason for delaying. So PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One gamers were all struggling to connect to online matches. Worrying news considering Rainbow Six Siege is launching this coming Tuesday.

We’re currently seeing issues with matchmaking times and disconnection on all platforms,” writes community manager Ubi_Jax. “As such we’re postponing the Open Beta until a later time and keeping the game under Closed Beta status. We apologize for the delay and can assure you this is our top priority.” [More]

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Global Game Awards 2015 Results: Game Of The Year - Best Indie - Most Anticipated 2016

Written by Felix Nova on 26 November 2015 at 14:01

This is the big one, Ladies and Gentlemen Gamers, the Game-Debate Global Game Awards 2015 Game Of The Year announcement. Included in this article is our darling award, the Best Indie Game winner of 2015. Which helps people know which 2015 indie title really should be getting your attention.

And finally we also now know what everyone has been looking forward to for 2016, as we announce the Most Anticipated Game of 2016. And let me tell you, the result surprised me. This year's Global Game Awards ceremony saw a staggering amount of gamers visit and submit their votes, making it our most viewed industry competition to date. We stopped the Awards activity counter yesterday which displays 6,088,193 award views. That's off the charts, practically doubling last year's Global Game Awards views, and our database is groaning under the data. Nominees across the board got behind the much sought after Awards on offer, making it a brilliant, fun, and fiercely contested battle. [More]

Global Game Awards 2015 Results: Best In Gaming

Written by Joffy S on 26 November 2015 at 14:00

Your votes have been counted and verified. The winners have been chosen. It's time for the best of the best of this year's gaming crop. After a bit of a lacklustre 2014, gaming was back with a bang in 2015. This year was the most competitive Global Game Awards yet, with dozens of top-tier games all vying for our attention. From AAA blockbusters to indie masterpieces, there's truly been something for everyone.

Twitter's been ablaze. You've been voting by the thousands. But which games are truly worth your hard-earned cash this year? Here we celebrate the greatest games in their respective genres. The titles which truly the pushed the boat and took gaming to another level in 2015. From Best Action to Best Visuals, and everything in between, here are the Best Games of 2015. [More]

Global Game Awards 2015 Results: Best Hardware

Written by Joffy S on 26 November 2015 at 13:59

It's that time of year again. Yep, it's results time. You've been casting your votes in your thousands, pooling your expert hardware and gaming knowledge to pick out the best of this year's gaming hardware. 2015's been a huge year for all involved, with PC gaming once more on the rise as we all try and rush towards the shiny newness that is the 4K revolution. 

The next-generation of graphics cards have arrived from AMD and Nvidia, we're seeing unrivalled CPU performance, and the hardware manufacturers are continuing to innovate with astounding gaming kit. Whether it's picking up a new gaming mouse or deciding what console you want under the tree this Christmas, here we've got the best of the best of this year's gaming hardware, according to you, the fantastic GD community.  [More]

Hour Long Just Cause 3 Gameplay Trailer Should Help You Decide Where Its Worth The Cash

Written by Stuart Thomas on 26 November 2015 at 11:30

Making well-informed purchasing decisions can be a tricky business. Some games are totally unlike what you expected. Some are too difficult. Others are just downright bad. But Just Cause 3. Well, Just Cause 3 is, in all likelihood, 100%, definitely, exactly like you think it’ll be in your head. Explosions. Corny one liners. Gratuitous action. Gorgeous visuals.

If all that’s not enough for you to make up your mind, Avalanche Studios has released an hour-long gameplay video showing us the first 60 minutes of the game. Evidently Just Cause 3 doesn’t do subtle, because it opens with Rico standing on top of a plane, armed with an RPG and infinite ammo. He’s 'liberating' Medici you see, and helping out his deal old mother the only way he knows how - total destruction. [More]

Latest Batman: Arkham Knight Patch Tackles VRAM Usage And Batarangs Framerate Hitches

Written by Neil Soutter on 26 November 2015 at 10:15

We had thought Rocksteady was done with patching Batman: Arkham Knight, but it turns out that’s not the case. A brand new update has just rolled out on Steam for the PC version, fixing a number of high priority issues including VRAM usage and framerate hitches.

Initial reports suggests some people are seeing some fairly decent performance improvements here, particular those using Windows 7 or 8. It seems some users are still having problems when playing Batman: Arkham Knight on Windows 10, with 12GB RAM still needed to prevent instances of hitching. [More]

Star Wars: Battlefront Review : The Force Is Actually Quite Strong In This One

Written by Joffy S on 25 November 2015 at 17:00

Where to begin with Star Wars Battlefront. DICE’s position with this shooter was practically unwinnable. Entire swathes of the community wrote it off as soon as they heard it had no single-player community. Millions more were hoping for it to play exactly like Star Wars Battlefront 2. And there were people like me, who, up until playing it, assumed it would be a reskinned Battlefield 4. No matter what noises came out of DICE HQ, I’d hazard a guess the majority went into Star Wars Battlefront with one of these opinions. It’s in fact none of these things.


Rocksteady Hiring For Unreal Engine 4 Powered Next Game In Conjunction With DC

Written by Stuart Thomas on 25 November 2015 at 15:00

British developer Rocksteady is advertising for new staff, and it looks as if it’s finally moving on from Unreal Engine 3 for their next project. The job posting for a Senior VFX Artists states they’re looking for someone who has an excellent knowledge of 3D engines, explicitly citing Unreal engine 4 as an example. They’re also looking for a trio of additional engine programmers.

Work on the next Rocksteady title probably would have began as soon as Batman: Arkham Knight was out the door, if not before, so this job posting will almost certainly be in regards to that. The last we heard from Rocksteady was that Batman: Arkham Knight would be the last Arkham game it created, so attention inevitably turns to what other projects they could be working. Rocksteady’s Dax Ginn said last year “Anything we do is a collective decision between Rocksteady, Warner Brothers, and DC Comics”, so it sounds as if they’re staying in the realm of superheroes. [More]

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