Takedown: Red Sabre continues to get a steady stream of updates and improvements and updates since its disasterous launch on the PC. The tactical shooter is a game we wanted to like very much, but had a difficult time even getting it working.
In case anyone was wondering, the latest Grand Theft Auto V patch for GTA Online, Update 1.06, was released this week on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. With it came many in-game fixes and tons of beach-themed activities/items, just in time for the winter season! Also known as the “Beach Bum Update”, various new items found in-ga...
You got your hands on a PlayStation 4, you lucky person! Is it working (chances are that it was ok)? Great! Did you pick up Call of Duty: Ghosts, but found that the game was a little glitchy in places? Well, good news all round then, as a new patch is out for the PS4 version of the game. Details follow.
The very first officially DLC for PAYDAY 2 went live yesterday; the first of many from Overkill Games! The “Armored Transport” DLC grants a variety of additional content, most predominately new armored vehicle heist missions as the title suggests. In addition to the newly added armored car and train heist missions (all playable acros...
It's been almost a month since we've heard anything on Takedown: Red Sabre, the tactical shooter that came out for the PC earlier this year. It's a game we were pretty disappointed with, mostly due to bugs and quality issues. Along with the PC issues the XBLA version of the game was pulled right before release due to its own issues, but where do things stand now?
When Terraria finally made its way to mobile devices this fall, we had one major complain: no co-op support. What's the point of mining every block of a vast 2D world without being able to show your friends the vague outline of a butt you carved into the wall? A new update from the game's mobile publisher addresses that problem with local co-op support. Hooray!
Grand Theft Auto Online is certainly up and running. After a few teething troubles it appears that Rockstar Games are finally getting a handle on the 16 player co-op elements of the game. The latest patch will automatically load for PS3 and 360 owners and helps you to keep the cars you have bought/stolen, as well as making sure Crew invites work better.
We were incredibly disappointed by the launch of Takedown: Red Sabre. The game simply fell short of every promise it made. We had hoped to have a compact co-op tactical shooter that reminded us of an experience that has all but disappeared in gaming, but instead we encountered connectivity and AI issues. A new patch is out for the game fixing many problems.
A brand new patch for Diablo III recently released on the console versions, fixing bugs that mostly deal with game crashes and other gameplay quirks that fell under the radar.
As many of you who played Grand Theft Auto 5’s online mode during the first week of its arrival, problems revolving around lost characters, saves, cloud server errors, and general in-game content were running rampant throughout Rockstar’s servers. Since that time, they’ve been doing their best to recover said content for those of you out there (myself included). To those gamers out there who lost their characters during that time frame, Rockstar confirmed recently that they will not be able to recover them.
Grand Theft Auto V has sold more copies than there are reruns of World's Wildest Police Chases on TV right now, but this did not stop GTA Online having some teething problems. Namely, some people were losing save information when going online. The latest patch aims to fix this problem. It is already out on PS3 and coming soon to 360.
Total War: Rome 2’s third major patch will be arriving soon on PC, continuing to boost game performance and debug the AI glitches.