I’m sure a lot of gamers right now are enjoying playing Borderlands 2. It’s definitely better than the first one, and still fun to play and explore its fascinating world!
The newest Hitman game already looks good, but PC gamers running a DirectX 11 video card will be in for quite a ride. Hitman: Absolution’s Glacier 2 engine supports bokeh filtering, tessellation, global illumination, and increased texture resolution, which all work together to make the PC game the best looking version. AMD users will even be able to benefit from Eyefinity and HD3D, provided the system is capable of those demanding tasks.
Here is how I describe the Darksiders 2 PC Game
Terrible port, No Graphics Option, Mouse Acceleration (using Mouse and keyboard sux), Terrible framerate stutter, Low FPS (capped yata to 30), No FOV slider, No Keyboard remapping (action menu’s are a guessing game). Audio issues (very low volume voice overs)
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The War Z by Arktos Entertainment Group (publisher) and Hammerpoint Interactive (developer) is a massively multiplayer zombie shootfest game.
The game is a first-person zombie shooter with the option of playing in third person view. It takes place on huge maps with up to 250 players at once. There will be trading. Players will be able to explore the world, trade at settlements, find notes and maps and seek out treasures, perform Warcraft-like fetch and kill quests and leave notes for each other. They will also be able to level up using an RPG skill tree.
The reviews of IGN, GameSpot, Bit-Tech, and Joystiq of the new PC game “Sleeping Dogs”
The game was known as True Crime: Hong Kong way back in 2009 (and Black Lotus before that), a name that excited long-time fans as they eagerly awaited the revival of a long-absent franchise. Unfortunately, Activision lost faith in the project toward the end of its development cycle and dropped United Front Games’ ambitious title, but not before plenty of coverage articles had littered the internet praising the upcoming True Crime title’s potential. Then, late last year, Square Enix came riding in like a knight in shining armor, saving the nearly-finished game and changing its name to what we know today as Sleeping Dogs.