2018 has begun and once again it’ll be time for the folks at Games Done Quick to get together to raise some more money for charity. Awesome Games Done Quick is an annual event, held in the month of January, where the world’s best speedrunners come together to blaze through games of the past and …
Category: PC Gaming
2017 has been an interesting year of gaming for me. All sorts of new hardware and software has been released this year. Unfortunately, my from my own point of view, most of the hardware has lacked that ooooh and ahhh factor that makes much of it a must buy.
Following its VR-exclusive Battlezone remaster earlier this year, the fine folks at Rebellion have unveiled Battlezone Combat Commander—a modern remake of 1999’s FPS-meets-RTS Battlezone 2. Developed by Big Boat Interactive, it’s due at some point next year on Steam and GOG.
This past Thursday, AMD released Radeon Software 17.9.2, AMD’s most recent graphics card driver that unlocks 2-way multi-GPU support in the company’s newly released Radeon RX Vega graphics cards. Good stuff. HOWEVER, not great for hardcore gaming PC builders.
Secret of Mana, one of the most beloved RPGs of the 16-bit era, is returning in the form of an all-new remake. The game is planned for global release on various platforms, such as the PlayStation 4, Vita, and Steam, Square Enix announced recently.
A Russian mod developer behind the popular Grand Theft Auto V modding tool Open IV has stated that the project is being killed off in the aftermath of a cease-and-desist letter from game publisher Take-Two. Up until this point, the tool had been helpful in helping to facilitate all sorts of GTA mods.
It’s that time again, folks. Yet another version of AMD’s Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition driver has been made available to the public.