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Assassin’s Creed: Revelations – Ubi Gabe Q&A Part 1

Ubisoft has just released the first part of their Q&A about the latest part of Assassin’s Creed. In this video, Ubi Gabe answers some questions about the game’s combat mechanics and explains some of its features. Assassin’s Creed Revelations is slated for a November release on X360, PS3 and PC. Continue reading Assassin’s Creed: Revelations – Ubi Gabe Q&A Part 1

PAYDAY: The Heist – Ten New Screenshots

If you’ve always dreamed of a game similar to the critically acclaimed movie Heat, get ready for SOE’s latest online first-person shooter, PAYDAY: The Heist. The game will be released on PC and PS3 and will let you take on the role of a hardened career criminal executing intense, dynamic heists in constant pursuit of the next “big score”. Continue reading PAYDAY: The Heist – Ten New Screenshots

Relic’s James McDermott believes that some people want PC to go away

It’s pretty well known that piracy is PC gaming’s biggest enemy – well, that is if we don’t count Microsoft but still. A lot of developers and publishers have suffered from it and let’s not count the various leaks that we’ve seen these past days. As a result of that, some developers who were mainly focused on PC have opted plans for multiplatform games and according to James McDermott, some people may want PC to simply go away. Continue reading Relic’s James McDermott believes that some people want PC to go away

Project Blackout will sport battles between dinosaurs and humans

Admit it. You really wanted to battle against the Tyrannosaurus that was featured on the custom wallpaper of Battlefield 3. You may not be able to experience such battles in Battlefield 3, but here comes SG Interactive with their online free-to-play first-person shooter, Project Blackout. Continue reading Project Blackout will sport battles between dinosaurs and humans

Guardians: the Last Day of the Citadel Is Now Available

Drakkar Dev announced that Guardians: the Last Day of the Citadel has just been released worldwide for the iPad, iPod Touch and iPhone. According to the press release, the core gameplay resembles the classical single player side-scrolling genre, but it use significant variations. All aspects of the game are actually designed to have a very flat learning curve players because it relies on well known core mechanics. Continue reading Guardians: the Last Day of the Citadel Is Now Available

Nvidia Quadro 275.65 Drivers Released

Nvidia released today the latest Quadro and Tesla drivers for their graphics cards. In case you don’t own such a card and want to test them, all you’ll have to do is to download a modified .INF file and install them. Among other things, these new drivers include the NVIDIA WMI, a Windows service as well as decouple WMI provider that allows WMI clients to query and monitor such GPU parameters as GPU fan speed and GPU temperature. You can view the download links after the jump. Continue reading Nvidia Quadro 275.65 Drivers Released

PES 2012 Gameplay Video Tutorials Released

Konami released today six gameplay video tutorials for their much anticipated soccer game, Pro Evolution Soccer 2012. These videos showcase the AI overlapping runs, the active AI diagonal runs, the dummy runs, zonal defense, zonal marking and off the ball controls scheme. PES 2012 is scheduled for release this Autumn on all major consoles and PC. Continue reading PES 2012 Gameplay Video Tutorials Released

Metro: Last Light E3 Gameplay Demo – Part 1

So you thought Battlefield 3 was the most impressive PC title at this year’s E3, right? Well, guess again. Metro: Last Light looks spectacular and THQ has just released the first part of their E3 Gameplay footage. It might not have BF3’s vast environments but damn, it looks as good as you’d hoped to. Don’t believe us? Check out the footage after the jump! Continue reading Metro: Last Light E3 Gameplay Demo – Part 1