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Like a sentient species that has newly acquired interstellar travel, the various guises of the Warhammer universe have undergone a scattering in the last few years. Morphing from the rigorously-curated Games Workshop property that only the now-fallen giant THQ was allowed to touch, Warhammer is now a (still rigorously-curated) plethora of titles spanning pretty much every genre short of football management. Oh, wait, no, there's actually one of those as well. Warhammer 40,000: Sanctus Reach is yet another of these titles, arriving with existential inevitability just as the furor around CA's Warhammer Fantasy Total War title has calmed a little. [More]

Written by Stuart Thomas on 19 January 2017 at 16:20

RPG maestros Obsidian have begun teasing a mysterious game currently code-named Project Louisiana. The official Twitter account of Obsidian Entertainment tweeted out a image of a smoking pipe and a piece of wheat, along with the message “I used to dream that when my god came back, he would forgive us. That’s the trouble with dreams. Soon or later, we all have to wake up.” [More]

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1 Battlefield 1 Oct-18-2016 Out now
2 Watch Dogs 2 Nov-29-2016 Out now
3 Mass Effect Andromeda Mar-21-2017 61 days
4 FIFA 17 Sep-29-2016 Out now
5 Forza Horizon 3 Sep-27-2016 Out now
6 For Honor Feb-14-2017 26 days
7 Tom Clancys Ghost Recon Wildlands Mar-07-2017 47 days
8 Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Nov-04-2016 Out now
9 Mafia III Oct-07-2016 Out now
10 Resident Evil 7 Jan-24-2017 5 days
11 Titanfall 2 Oct-28-2016 Out now
12 Star Citizen 2017 -
13 Grand Theft Auto VI 2018? -
14 Dishonored II Nov-11-2016 Out now
15 WWE 2K17 Feb-07-2017 19 days
16 Civilization VI Oct-21-2016 Out now
17 H1Z1: King of the Kill Feb-18-2016 Out now
18 NBA 2K17 Sep-20-2016 Out now
19 Planet Coaster Nov-17-2016 Out now
20 Farming Simulator 17 Oct-25-2016 Out now
Written by Joffy S on 19 January 2017 at 14:25

Microsoft’s already strong position in the software market looks to have got even stronger with the acquisition of Donya Labs and its Simplygon software, one of the leading software development kits used within the gaming industry. The Simplygon API is used by a huge list of developers and publishers across a variety of platforms, including the likes of Ubisoft, EA, Sony, Nintendo, Activision and Bethesda. [More]

Written by Neil Soutter on 19 January 2017 at 12:45

The number of decent Lovecraftian video games is disappointingly small, although you won’t see me complaining about Bloodborne. Every time we see it, Call of Cthulhu looks like it could be another one to buck the trend however. There’s a mind-bending new trailer out for it full of mutilated whales, tentacled faces and a fella who claws his own eyes out so he doesn’t have to witness the cosmic horror unfold. Mmmhmm. [More]

Written by Stuart Thomas on 19 January 2017 at 11:29

I don’t know how I’m sat here on January 19th talking about E3 already, but here we are. EA has just announced the date for its E3 2017 event. Well, sort of. EA’s skipping the main conference again this in year again in favour of its own EA Play event set to take place before E3 proper kicks off. After ‘Weed 3’ last year, this is one you probably don’t want to miss. [More]

Written by Joffy S on 19 January 2017 at 09:57

If you splashed out $1500 on a Radeon Pro Duo, look away now. AMD has slashed the price on its most powerful graphics card, the dual-Fiji GPU Radeon Pro Duo. This time yesterday it would’ve cost you $1500, now it’s available for as little as $799. As well as this the Radeon R9 Fury X can be had for as little as $310, down from $650 at launch in 2015. [More]

Written by Joffy S on 18 January 2017 at 17:35

If you pick up a Radeon RX 460 in stores in the UK, or Europe, or North America, it will come with 896 Stream Processors on 14 CUs (Compute Units). However, as we have seen before, this is not the full capability of the Polaris 11 GPU. Now, over in China, Sapphire has launched a fully unlocked Radeon RX 460, packing the full complement of 1024 Stream Processors on 16 CUs. [More]

Written by Joffy S on 18 January 2017 at 16:09

Fans of cold blooded killing at 1000 yards have never had it better than they do in early 2017. No sooner do we have the hopeless romantic that is Sniper Elite 4 drop on February 14th than Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 begins zeroing in on April 4th. We’ll all be detached killers in no time. CI Games is evidently aware that Sniper Elite 4 has a head-start though, announcing a Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 open beta on PC which will take place in early February. [More]

Written by Neil Soutter on 18 January 2017 at 14:00

I know there were heaps of people that got their knickers in a twist because the latest Hitman was episodic. Well, the whole package is out now digitally and heading to physical stores next week. I also don’t hesitate in suggesting it’s the best Hitman ever. It really is, making Hitman Absolution seem like a distant, fevered, nightmare. To get you up to speed on Agent 47’s latest escapade, IO Interactive has released a Hitman 101 gameplay trailer, detailing just what this reinvented reboot brings to the table for the sandbox stealth genre. [More]

Written by Stuart Thomas on 18 January 2017 at 12:48

After a brief lull with no big games, we’re right back into driver season courtesy of AMD. Team Red has just ushered forth its Radeon Crimson 17.1.1 ReLive driver. It’s headline feature is of course support for the utterly terrifying Resident Evil 7, which drops next Tuesday. [More]

Written by Joffy S on 18 January 2017 at 11:32

Bandai Namco has announced a release date for creepy 3D platformer adventure Little Nightmares. Playing as a little girl called Six, you are aboard The Maw, a terrifying ship filled with corrupted souls trying to hunt you down. Little Nightmares will be coming to feast on you come April 28th for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Ahead of then we've also got the official Little Nightmares system requirements, letting you know just what graphics cards you're going to need to get a playable frame rate. [More]

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PC Release Dates
Pit PeopleJan-13-2017
Warhammer 40,000: Sanctus ReachJan-19-2017
Bloody BoobsJan-20-2017
Urban EmpireJan-20-2017
Resident Evil 7Jan-24-2017
Days of WarJan-26-2017
Tales of BerseriaJan-26-2017
Disgaea 2 PCJan-30-2017
Conan ExilesJan-31-2017
WWE 2K17Feb-07-2017
For HonorFeb-14-2017
Sniper Elite 4Feb-14-2017
BERSERK and the Band of the HawkFeb-21-2017
Halo Wars 2Feb-21-2017
Lego WorldsFeb-24-2017
Windows 10 VR02-28-2017
Torment: Tides of NumeneraFeb-28-2017
Tom Clancys Ghost Recon WildlandsMar-07-2017
Star Trek: Bridge CrewMar-14-2017
Styx: Shards of DarknessMar-14-2017
Mass Effect AndromedaMar-21-2017
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