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Far Cry 4 Patch Aims To Fix Performance Issues On PC

Stabilizing Kyrat. Literally.

There's no second guessing Kyrat's reputation as a shockingly deadly place. You and your buddy might be trying to dodge some warlord's bloodthirsty troops only to stumble into a pride of tigers who were thinking about how great human necks would taste about now. Or, you might be struggling to survive in the bitterly cold mountains only to have your eyes torn out by hawks. Or, perhaps the worst of all, you might be playing Far Cry 4 during a nasty firefight when the framerate drops to single digits and you hurl your PC out a window.

 
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Practice in Offline Mode to dish out the pain later online!

Third Evolve Monster Revealed, Xbox One Open Beta Dates Set

Remember that small glimpse we got of the two new Evolve Monsters that were yet to be revealed via trailer footage? Well, we now have some insight on one of them, officially confirmed as the Wraith, along with additional information on the upcoming Open Beta and Offline Mode! As the third playable Monster that will be offered in Evolve, this...

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Witness them Speak in the New Gat Out of Hell Dev Diary

Some people like to have a meal and not think about where it came from, but others like to know how the sausage was made.  The same can be said of gamers; some just want to play, others are interested in the industry of game making.  The new development diary for Saints Row: Gat out of Hell introduces to the voice cast of the notoriously foul mouthed series.

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Hoodies: Now available in skin!

Fortnite Dev Diary Gives An Insightful History On Its Monster, The Husk

As it turns out, Fortnite isn't just a 4 player co-op survival/exploration game.  It's also got hot fashion tips, like wearing your skin as a hoodie!  All your friends will be talking about the hot new trend you're setting by revealing your hideous, potentially deformed skull to the world and using what used to be your face only to protect your face-bones from the elements.  At least, that's what they would be saying, if you had any friends that didn't scream in terror at the sight of you, or if you were alive at all.  Did I mention you're not alive?  Cause you're not.  You're wearing your skin as a hoodie, you damn monster.

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Acceptable Fantasy Genocide

Orcs Must Die! Unchained Coming To Playstation 4

Question time. Do you loathe members of the Orcish persuasion? Do you own a Playstation 4? Do you only speak in declarative statements? If you answered "yes," to all of these questions, you may proceed to rejoice. Orcs Must Die! Unchained is headed to the PS4 for all of your green-skin dismemberment needs. The multiplayer series originally made its home on the Xbox 360, and now it appears it has arrived in the new generation on Sony's team.

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The REAL Patriarch has a few words for you folks...

Tripwire Explains Why Killing Floor 2 Is Heading to PS4

As is the nature of life on the internet, ravenous fans of the first game began a hideous gnashing of teeth the moment Killing Floor 2 was announced for the PS4. Apparently the PC enthusiasts felt like a console version would taint the good blood-soaked name of Killing Floor, and they imediately rejected those filthy Playstation Peasants. I could make the point that I love the original Killing Floor to itty bitty gory bits, and that having the sequel playable by even more people should be a good thing. However, I am not John Gibson, president of Tripwire, who took a few moments out of his day of blowing zombies to pieces in order to share the rational behind taking their PC-originated game to the PS4.

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Inquiring on the go

Dragon Age: Inquisition HQ App Out Now; Patches Stabilize Gameplay

There you are, locked away in your office cubical. Lost in a daydream about the vast world of Thedas, and the many exciting adventures experienced by members of the Inquisition. But now, with the infinite power of your Window's phone (or the website), you can check in on your homeboys and girls with the Dragon Age: Inquisition HQ App. 

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A careful blend of many elements.

Dungeon of the Endless Co-Op Overview

Dungeon of the Endless may have been out on Steam Early access for a long time, which probably both helped and hurt the title at the same time. On one hand it gave the game plenty of time to bake in the oven and garner player feedback, on the other, it makes it that much harder to hit critical mass. Last night we checked out the latest build of the game in online two player co-op. So how is it?

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Stabilizing Kyrat. Literally.

Far Cry 4 Patch Aims To Fix Performance Issues On PC

There's no second guessing Kyrat's reputation as a shockingly deadly place. You and your buddy might be trying to dodge some warlord's bloodthirsty troops only to stumble into a pride of tigers who were thinking about how great human necks would taste about now. Or, you might be struggling to survive in the bitterly cold mountains only to have your eyes torn out by hawks. Or, perhaps the worst of all, you might be playing Far Cry 4 during a nasty firefight when the framerate drops to single digits and you hurl your PC out a window.

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Don't call her that, though. She prefers "Corpse Enthusiast."

The Necromancer Joins the Gauntlet Crew; New Arena Mode

The first DLC character has finally arrived for  Gauntlet. I mean, the Gauntlet released this year, and not the game with the exact same title from 1985. Meet Lilith, a Necromancer by trade, heroine of the universe by choice, who you can pick up for $4.99. Instead of cruising around dungeons swinging swords, she takes a more "hands off" approach by conjuring a horde of skeletal minions to do her bidding. Let's face a cold, hard fact: if we could summon shambling corpses to do whatever we said, we'd probably get a lot more done.

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Epic beards on ferocious, rotting warriors. Be afraid.

Zombie Vikings Coming to PS4 and Steam Summer 2015

The warrior spirit of a Viking is hard to quell, even after death. In a upcoming 2D co-op title, Zombie Vikings, we'll see just how unnaturally fierce their zombies can be! Developer Zoink will be releasing their co-op brawler game around July 2015 for both PS4 and Steam (no word on Xbox One at this time). So far, the game will follow the st...

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Keep the Suicide Squad Under Wraps

LEGO Batman 3 "The Squad" DLC Exposed

Sometimes, you've gotta work with people you don't particularly like. For Batman, that means allying himself with two-bit villains like Captain Boomerang and Black Manta. The next DLC adventure for LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham has been named "The Squad." Now, this title is referring to Amanda Waller's Suicide Squad, but suicide is a pretty loose concept for a LEGO game, so we're just going with "The Squad" for now.

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It's almost like getting a new game!

The Fourth Assassin's Creed Unity Patch Will Hopefully Mop Up Remaining Issues

One month after its release, Assassin's Creed Unity is finally nearing a state of competent playability.  The stealth-based action game was absolutely riddled with bugs and framerate issues when it first appeared on shelves, but Ubisoft sought to make good as quickly as possible by providing players with a full list of known issues and then working to remedy them as punctually as possible.  When that was deemed not enough to convince gamers that the company was not, in fact, Satan incarnate, they then discontinued their season pass program, offering compensation in the hopes that it would sate their customers until Unity was in a satisfactory state.