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Rockstar Updating GTA 5 Soundtrack For PC And Denies Delay Rumours

Written by Jon Sutton on 01 September 2014 at 17:30

Contrary to rumours circulating last week, the Grand Theft Auto V remaster has not been delayed and will be arriving on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One later this year. Rockstar reiterated that it was on target for a 2014 release following leaked information suggesting it wouldn’t see the light of day until the new year. Responding to a fan on the support page, a Rockstar representative confirmed it was still on track although there was nothing to show just yet.

Little has been seen of GTA 5 for PC and current-gen since its existence was confirmed at E3 2014, alongside a trailer which showcased the impressive improvements coming to the port. Rockstar has been quiet on a release date since, sticking only to its original “Fall 2014" listing. We know the studio’s been busy though, with news emerging that all-new content is being recorded for GTA V’s radio stations exclusively for the remastered version. [More]

World Of Warcraft Director Claims More Than A Decade Of Content Is Already Planned

Written by Neil Soutter on 01 September 2014 at 16:30

Blizzard has claimed that it already has as many as seven World of Warcraft expansions planned for its long-standing title, looking at taking the MMORPG into its second decade and beyond. While the World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor expansion is arriving in November, the next expansion is already in active development, with plans in place for many more after that.

Warlords of Draenor is WoW’s fifth full-blown expansion, but Blizzard doesn't have any plans to stop anytime soon, despite subscriber numbers falling to a 9-year low of 6 million. “I think it’ll be quite a while before the financials indicate that it’s just not worth doing anymore," said World of Warcraft’s director Tom Chilton. [More]

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The Journey Down Review : We Are Going Deeper Underground

Written by Dallas Miller on 01 September 2014 at 15:15

When indie development studio Skygoblin launched Chapter One of the three-part adventure series The Journey Down on Steam back in 2013, we praised the game's humor, recommending it as an experience for those fans of point 'n' click puzzle games.


Capcom Announces Resident Evil Revelations 2 And Debuts Resident Evil HD Trailer

Written by Jon Sutton on 01 September 2014 at 14:00

Capcom has revealed the first footage of its upcoming Resident Evil HD Remaster, as well as confirming the existence of Resident Evil: Revelations 2, which will be arriving early next year. The Resident Evil HD trailer showcases the leap in visuals we can expect from the remake of the original Resident Evil, getting an across the board visual upgrade from the ground up for HD graphics.

Resident Evil Revelations 2 meanwhile was rumoured last week when Microsoft inadvertently posted a listing on its online store, and Capcom has now confirmed at Sony’s Tokyo Game Show press event that it’s will arriving in early 2015 for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, and Xbox 360. [More]

Rumour: Activision Looking To Buy GTA 5 Publisher Take-Two

Written by Stuart Thomas on 01 September 2014 at 12:45

Activision could be planning to make an offer to buy out Grand Theft Auto V publisher Take Two, according to a recent report from Benchmark analyst Mike Hickey. Both of the publishing giants are reportedly looking at getting into the movie industry, and Activision thinks its connections can help in bringing Take-Two franchises like GTA to the big screen.

Between them Take-Two Interactive and subsidiary 2K Games own the rights to some massive series, including Civilization, BioShock, Borderlands, XCOM, and a host of 2K sports series. According to Hickey “acquiring Take-Two Interactive would be a no-brainer”, combining some of the strongest IPs and development talent in the world into a single entity. [More]

Intel Officially Unwraps Haswell-E And X99 Chipset Is Unleashed

Written by Katie Allen on 01 September 2014 at 11:30

Intel’s Haswell-E and associated X99 chipsets have finally been unleashed on the world after weeks of rumours and speculations.

With all the previous leaks, the specifications won’t come as a surprise to many, but we do at least know for sure in-depth specs and pricing information for the super-high-end lineup. The new SKUs include two K-series and one Extreme Edition for the benefit of overclockers, and come with support for DDR4 memory. [More]

Beamdog Announces Icewind Dale: Enhanced Edition At PAX Prime

Written by Neil Soutter on 01 September 2014 at 10:22

Following the launch of the Enhanced Editions of Baldur’s Gate 1 and Baldur’s Gate 2, developer Beamdog has announced it’s now working on giving Icewind Dale a revamp with the Icewind Dale: Enhanced Edition.

The original action-packed RPG was set in the harsh icy climes of Icewind Dale way back in 2012, and this remastered edition will collect the original game and the Heart of Winter and Trials of the Luremaster expansions into one huge bundle. Icewind Dale: Enhanced Edition comes packing newly restored HD content, including six expanded quests originally cut from its release, more than 60 new items, a new Story Mode, and cross-platform multiplayer between PC and Mac. [More]

The Future Of Nvidia Graphics

Written by Katie Allen on 31 August 2014 at 17:00

This Friday, we heard rumours that Nvidia could be skipping over the “800s” when it comes to naming conventions and skipping straight to calling its upcoming Maxwell flagships the “900” series in order for their release to line up with that of the 900M mobile series of cards.

With so many rumours flying around, and suggestions that we might hear more about the next main flagship line-up from Nvidia in as little as two weeks, we thought we would look a little ahead and, based on Nvidia’s own GPU roadmaps, see what the hardware giant could have in store for us over the next two years. [More]

Ratbag Will Be Your Traitorous Orc Assistant In New Shadow Of Mordor Trailer

Written by Jon Sutton on 31 August 2014 at 15:00

Warner Bros has pumped out another Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor trailer, this time introducing players to their orc buddy Ratbag. This nasty-looking bugger is an Uruk orc turned snitch set to play a critical role in the story, should you choose to let him live. Acting as informant, the odiously-named Ratbag is your ticket to Middle-earth domination.

Nearly all of the characters in Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor will be dynamically generated through the game’s Nemesis system, but Ratbag the Coward is a little different. He can be used to manipulate the other orcs and war chief, provided he gets a leg up in their hierarchy on the way of course. [More]

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