Posts Tagged ‘PC Gamer’
 

 
 

Battlefield 4 details new Battlelog, including in-game overlay and user-made missions

The latest DICE dev post on Battlefield 4 focuses on the latest iteration of Battlelog, the virtual scribe that extensively tracks your soldiering career. The big news of this revision is the addition of an in-game overlay, all...
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World of Tanks announces the next nation to join the battle

World of Tanks is something of a misnomer. Yes, there are a lot of tanks, but a whole world of them? Not so much. That roster is expanding, though, with Wargaming announcing last week that Japan would become the seventh nation ...
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Total War: Rome 2′s third patch launches another attack on performance and AI issues

The republic of Creative Assembly continue to work on the list of complaints presented to them by agitated gamers after the launch of Total War: Rome 2. Much like last time, Patch 3 makes changes throughout the game, focusing o...
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Maia heading to Steam Early Access on December 3rd

Of course, Simon Roth has already given the world early access to his colony-building sci-fi god game Maia over on his site, but pretty soon we’ll be able to access it by clicking some buttons in our Steam windows instead. Ma...
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Project Reality 2 announced, turns the military FPS mod into a standalone game

The Project Reality mod for Battlefield 2/Arma 2 finally hit version 1.0 earlier this year, after eight years of development time. During that time, the game series it was modifying have moved on to bigger and more explodey ins...
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Prison Architect diary: building a holiday camp for crims. Welcome to Stabshank

Welcome to Stabshank, a maximum security penitentiary that I’m about to flood with murderers, thieves, videogame pirates and other ruthless criminal scum. The best way to play Prison Architect is to start with calmer, less st...
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