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First-person sci-fi shooter, Disintegration, releases on June 16th, gets a story trailer

V1 Interactive has released a story trailer for its upcoming first-person sci-fi shooter, Disintegration. Disintegration combines FPS and real time strategy elements. Moreover, the team revealed that the game will release on June 16th. Continue reading First-person sci-fi shooter, Disintegration, releases on June 16th, gets a story trailer

Here are 23 minutes from Disintegration; sci-fi first-person shooter from the co-creator of the first Halo

IGN has shared a video, showcasing a full single-player mission from the upcoming sci-fi first-person shooter, Disintegration. Disintegration is created by the co-creator of the first Halo game, and promises to feature a thrilling single-player campaign. Continue reading Here are 23 minutes from Disintegration; sci-fi first-person shooter from the co-creator of the first Halo

The Outer Worlds Update 1.2 available for download, brings lots of fixes, full patch notes

Obsidian Entertainment has released a brand new update for The Outer Worlds. According to the release notes, Update 1.2 adds “Chromatic Aberration” and “Head Bobbing” settings to all platforms. Moreover, it packs a lot of fixes for bugs and glitches. Continue reading The Outer Worlds Update 1.2 available for download, brings lots of fixes, full patch notes

The Outer Worlds Patch 1.1 available for download, fixes Tartarus crash, increases font size and more

Obsidian has released a brand new update for The Outer Worlds. According to the release notes, patch 1.1 a crash occurring at Tartarus. Moreover, it provides a toggle to increase the font size of conversations. Continue reading The Outer Worlds Patch 1.1 available for download, fixes Tartarus crash, increases font size and more

The Outer Worlds – Review

With a resumé that includes South Park: The Stick of Truth and, of course, Fallout: New Vegas, do I really have to introduce Obsidian Entertainment? Their unapologetically wacky and satirical developmental formula has cemented several memorable titles into our libraries, and with The Outer World’s they finally get to unleash their unique style on the wild frontiers of space colonisation. Continue reading The Outer Worlds – Review