News items tagged with pc

Yooka-Laylee Shows off Glitterglaze Glacier in Trailer

Yooka-Laylee Shows off Glitterglaze Glacier in Trailer

The Spring release for Playtonic Games‘ upcoming platformer, Yooka-Laylee, is fast approaching and with each passing month the gaming community is treated with sneak...

By Curt Hutson on 28 February 2017
For Honor Review

For Honor Review

For Honor is a must-play title for anyone that’s looking for a fresh take on multiplayer; it’s fun, it has plenty of depth, and the new game hits hard.

By Brad Jones on 25 February 2017
LIT Review

LIT Review

WayForward Technologies and GAMEPUMP have ported the light-versus-darkness puzzle title LIT over to the PC platform, but was doing so a bright idea? To gamers with g...

By John Jacques on 24 February 2017
Halo Wars 2 Review

Halo Wars 2 Review

Halo Wars 2 is an accessible RTS with an engrossing campaign and exciting multiplayer matches, but suffers from technical issues and a lack of content for Blitz mod...

By Dalton Cooper on 17 February 2017
Sniper Elite 4 Review

Sniper Elite 4 Review

Sniper Elite 4 may lack the bells and whistles of other World War 2-based shooters, but its top tier shooting mechanics and open maps make it a fun experience for t...

By Rob Gordon on 14 February 2017
Mass Effect: Andromeda Won't Have a Season Pass

Mass Effect: Andromeda Won't Have a Season Pass

BioWare general manager Aaryn Flynn reveals on Twitter that Mass Effect: Andromeda won’t have a Season Pass, and said more info about DLCs will be coming later. With the holiday buying season c...

By Boston Blake on 08 January 2017
Just Cause 3 Multiplayer Added in New PC Mod

Just Cause 3 Multiplayer Added in New PC Mod

Players pool their technical know-how and mod a multiplayer mode for Just Cause 3, letting PC gamers destroy the open world of the 2015 hit in good company. A long-awaited mod that adds multipl...

By Fergus O'Sullivan on 07 January 2017
Mass Effect: Andromeda Console Resolutions

Mass Effect: Andromeda Console Resolutions

BioWare General Manager Aaryn Flynn reveals that Mass Effect: Andromeda will run at 1080p resolution on PS4 and 900p on Xbox One, with both hitting 30fps. Although developer BioWare had kept qu...

By Anthony Taormina on 07 January 2017
Mass Effect: Andromeda - EA Access Users Play Early

Mass Effect: Andromeda - EA Access Users Play Early

The official Mass Effect Twitter page responds to a fan’s question, revealing that the upcoming Mass Effect: Andromeda will be playable early for EA Access subscribers. One of the perks of bein...

By Dalton Cooper on 07 January 2017
The Walking Dead: A New Frontier Episode 1 & 2 Review

The Walking Dead: A New Frontier Episode 1 & 2 Review

Episodes 1 and 2 of The Walking Dead: A New Frontier improve upon the series’ existing formula, offering an emotionally trying story and a new coat of gameplay polish. The Walking Dead: A New F...

By Sarah Fields on 31 December 2016
Carrie Fisher Memorial Being Added To Elite: Dangerous

Carrie Fisher Memorial Being Added To Elite: Dangerous

Per community request, Elite: Dangerous, a massively multiplayer space faring game, will be adding a tribute to the late Carrie Fisher in a forthcoming update. Fans are still reeling from the u...

By Curt Hutson on 30 December 2016
Resident Evil 7 Producer Explains First-Person View

Resident Evil 7 Producer Explains First-Person View

Resident Evil 7 producer explains why Capcom decided to change the game’s point-of-view from third-person to first-person, claiming the game will be more immersive. Resident Evil 7 is easily o...

By Boston Blake on 29 December 2016
For Honor Collector's Edition Features Awesome Statue

For Honor Collector's Edition Features Awesome Statue

A recently added For Honor listing on the GameStop website reveals a new Apollyon collector’s edition of the game that includes a highly detailed statue and other physical items. As 2016 nears...

By Derek Nichols on 13 December 2016
Planet Coaster Review

Planet Coaster Review

Frontier Developments has produced a fine theme park simulator with Planet Coaster, a polished title which keeps things fun, fast, and consistently entertaining. With the arrival of Planet Coas...

By John Jacques on 05 December 2016
LawBreakers Trailer Shows Off New Gunslinger Character

LawBreakers Trailer Shows Off New Gunslinger Character

Boss Key Productions reveals a new trailer for LawBreakers during The Game Awards 2016 that shows off unique gravity-defying gameplay and a new character, Gunslinger. The Game Awards 2016 was f...

By Boston Blake on 02 December 2016
Former Bioware, Riot, Blizzard Devs Reveal 'Dauntless'

Former Bioware, Riot, Blizzard Devs Reveal 'Dauntless'

A new game titled Dauntless is revealed at The Game Awards, coming from indie developer Phoenix Labs, made up of former developers from BioWare, Riot, Capcom, and Blizzard. The Game Awards feat...

By Weston Albert on 02 December 2016
Dead Rising 4 Review

Dead Rising 4 Review

Dead Rising 4 marks the return of the fan-favorite protagonist Frank West and the setting in which he debuted, but there are shortcomings scattered about the chaotic landscape. It’s odd to thi...

By Riley Little on 01 December 2016
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered Review

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered Review

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered updates the FPS classic admirably, but its pricing scheme and missing maps keep it from reaching its true potential. Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare laun...

By Dalton Cooper on 15 November 2016
Watch Dogs 2 Review

Watch Dogs 2 Review

Watch Dogs 2 takes players back to the hacking-themed open-world with a new protagonist, some helpful drones, and a much better approach to humor than the original game. To many gamers, the wo...

By Denny Connolly on 15 November 2016
For Honor: Collector's Edition, Modes, and PC Port Details

For Honor: Collector's Edition, Modes, and PC Port Details

For Honor is still months away from release, but today Ubisoft is revealing a ton of details; including closed alpha dates, multiplayer modes, and collector’s edition contents. Crossing viking...

By Denny Connolly on 15 August 2016
For Honor Trailer Reveals New Heroes & More Gameplay

For Honor Trailer Reveals New Heroes & More Gameplay

At Gamescom 2016, Ubisoft reveals the twelve different classes between the three factions of For Honor along with the ability for players to completely customize each one. It has been an eventf...

By Derek Nichols on 15 August 2016
No Man's Sky: Everything You Need to Know

No Man's Sky: Everything You Need to Know

No Man’s Sky is set to release for PS4 on August 9th, and potential space explorers can prepare with our guide of everything you need to know about the game. At the 2013 Spike Video Game Awar...

By Dalton Cooper on 29 July 2016
Worms W.M.D. Is The Best Worms Game Since Armageddon

Worms W.M.D. Is The Best Worms Game Since Armageddon

We go hands on with an early build of Worms W.M.D., the upcoming Worms title from Team17 that promises to be the best Worms experience of all time. This week we had the chance to play an early buil...

By John Jacques on 27 July 2016
Watch Dogs 2 Trailer Highlights New Hero Marcus

Watch Dogs 2 Trailer Highlights New Hero Marcus

The latest trailer for Watch Dogs 2 offers a closer look at the game’s new main character, Marcus, and his hacking companions in Ubisoft’s upcoming game. Despite the initial hype at the game’s reve...

By Maxwell Jeffery on 26 July 2016
Sea of Thieves Multiplayer Gameplay Trailer

Sea of Thieves Multiplayer Gameplay Trailer

Rare is debuting the debut gameplay trailer for Sea of Thieves, the online multiplayer pirate adventure game, live at Microsoft’s E3 2016 Xbox press conference.

By Rory Young on 26 July 2016
Sea of Thieves Multiplayer More Impactful Than Destiny

Sea of Thieves Multiplayer More Impactful Than Destiny

We speak to several of the developers at Rare about their upcoming game Sea of Thieves, and learn that the multiplayer will be similar to Destiny’s – but ‘more impactful’.

By Riley Little on 26 July 2016
Hands-On: Sea of Thieves is Rare's Return to Form

Hands-On: Sea of Thieves is Rare's Return to Form

One editor goes hands-on with Rare’s Sea of Thieves, coming away toting the imminent high seas multiplayer title as the long awaited return to form for the famed studio.

By Riley Little on 26 July 2016
Necropolis Review

Necropolis Review

Roguelike and dungeon crawler fans have likely had their eyes glued steadfast to Necropolis for some time now, as the procedurally-generated slasher has looked promising throughout its develop...

By John Jacques on 23 July 2016
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Getting Terminal Map

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Getting Terminal Map

At San Diego Comic-Con, Activision announces that Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare pre-orders will come with a remake of the Terminal map from Modern Warfare 2. With 12 main series games in total, th...

By Dalton Cooper on 22 July 2016
Overwatch's Understated Storytelling Is Brilliant

Overwatch's Understated Storytelling Is Brilliant

Overwatch has won acclaim for its fantastic gameplay, but one writer looks at how the multiplayer shooter’s understated storytelling is an important part of the game’s brilliance. At first glance,...

By Alexander Pan on 21 July 2016
Ghostbusters Review

Ghostbusters Review

Ghostbusters offers a top-down co-op shooter with light RPG elements that fails to capitalize on the magic and humor of the supernatural franchise. Revisiting old franchises has become a stap...

By Denny Connolly on 21 July 2016
MilitAnt Review

MilitAnt Review

MilitAnt‘s poorly implemented targeting system combined with its weak visual presentation and mediocre platforming squander its interesting premise. MilitAnt from Xibalba Studios is a run-and...

By Dalton Cooper on 21 July 2016
I Am Setsuna Review

I Am Setsuna Review

I Am Setsuna may be Tokyo RPG Factory’s first game as a development studio, but its finesse and reverence of past JRPG hits makes it an absolute joy to experience. Depending on who gamers ask...

By Cody Gravelle on 21 July 2016
Batman - The Telltale Series Official Trailer

Batman - The Telltale Series Official Trailer

Telltale Games is officially confirming an August 2 release date for Batman – A Telltale Series‘ first episode with a world premiere trailer for the adventure game. As promised last week, Telltale...

By Rory Young on 19 July 2016
Lost Sea Review

Lost Sea Review

Although Lost Sea provides fun, laid-back gameplay alongside a colourful, cel-shaded world, a lack of depth and some restrictive design choices may limit the scope of the game. In spite of its...

By Rob Gordon on 15 July 2016
Zero Time Dilemma Review

Zero Time Dilemma Review

Spike Chunsoft does it again, combining intuitive, puzzle-based gameplay with one of video gaming’s best narratives in the wonderful Zero Time Dilemma. The Zero Escape series – formed by 999: Nine...

By Cody Gravelle on 14 July 2016
Opinion: Resident Evil Outbreak Should Return

Opinion: Resident Evil Outbreak Should Return

Find out why one writer thinks reviving the Outbreak spinoff series could help Capcom finally create a popular online multiplayer Resident Evil game for modern systems. While some companies play it...

By Dalton Cooper on 14 July 2016
Overwatch Fans Trying to Decode Secrets in New Trailer

Overwatch Fans Trying to Decode Secrets in New Trailer

After the reveal of a new character, fans are deciphering clues that they believe hint at yet another character that could be coming to the Overwatch roster. Overwatch fans have been teased for a w...

By Weston Albert on 14 July 2016
Rumor: Gears of War 4 Limited Edition Xbox One S Leaked

Rumor: Gears of War 4 Limited Edition Xbox One S Leaked

A Twitter user leaks images and details of a Gears of War 4 Limited Edition bundle for the upcoming Xbox One S 2TB model featuring the Ultimate Edition of the game. Microsoft wrapped up its E3 2016...

By Derek Nichols on 14 July 2016
Furi Review

Furi Review

Indie studio The Game Bakers’ dazzles with Furi, a mix between bullet hell and swordplay mechanics wrapped in jaw-dropping, unique visuals and a gorgeous musical score. Being unique without leaning...

By Cody Gravelle on 07 July 2016
Check Out Overwatch's Golden Weapons Right Here

Check Out Overwatch's Golden Weapons Right Here

Thanks to assets pulled from a Korean PTR, the coveted golden weaponry offered to the most-skilled players in Overwatch‘s competitive mode are revealed in all their glory. Ever since Overwatch game d...

By Curt Hutson on 21 June 2016
Mighty No. 9 Launch is Better Than Nothing

Mighty No. 9 Launch is Better Than Nothing

Despite launching to a series of technical problems and negative review, Mighty No. 9 producer Keiji Inafune says that the current state of the game is ‘better than nothing.’ The development of Might...

By Denny Connolly on 21 June 2016
Star Wars Battlefront Bespin DLC Arrives Today

Star Wars Battlefront Bespin DLC Arrives Today

The Bespin DLC for DICE’s and Electronic Arts’ sci-fi shooter Star Wars Battlefront arrives today, bringing a sizeable new patch for players of the game. As seen in the launch trailer for Star Wars B...

By Kyle Sledge on 21 June 2016
One Piece: Burning Blood Review

One Piece: Burning Blood Review

One Piece: Burning Blood is an unremarkable adaptation of one of the franchise’s most popular story arcs, and may not even appeal to diehard One Piece fans. When working with original IP, develope...

By Dalton Cooper on 16 June 2016
Mirror's Edge Catalyst Review

Mirror's Edge Catalyst Review

Mirror’s Edge Catalyst has some exciting and refined free-running mechanics, but the missions and modes that support the gameplay are content-thin and generic. Mirror’s Edge Catalyst is that rare...

By Anthony Taormina on 15 June 2016
For Honor Cinematic Trailer & Release Date

For Honor Cinematic Trailer & Release Date

Ubisoft reveals the first look at the plot of For Honor during the company’s E3 2016 Press Conference, showing there’s more to this fight than meets the eye. During Ubisoft’s E3 Press Conferenc...

By John Jacques on 12 June 2016
 For Honor Viking Trailer and Gameplay Walkthrough

For Honor Viking Trailer and Gameplay Walkthrough

Ubisoft releases an extended gameplay preview of For Honor’s single player campaign, showing off 10 brutal minutes of a Viking raid on a Samurai fortress. For Honor was one of Ubisoft’s most ta...

By Jason Gallagher on 12 June 2016
For Honor Special Editions Revealed

For Honor Special Editions Revealed

Ubisoft’s E3 conference reveals new details about the special editions for the first person, medieval combat game For Honor, where players must rely on might rather than magic. Ubisoft had some...

By Fred Harvey on 12 June 2016
Injustice 2 Rumors Surface

Injustice 2 Rumors Surface

According to a new report, Injustice: Gods Among Us 2 is currently in development at NetherRealm Studios, and is aiming for a March 2017 release window. 2015 was quite a big year for NetherReal...

By Alexander Pan on 09 June 2016
Total War: Warhammer Review

Total War: Warhammer Review

Total War: Warhammer manages to keep fans of both the Total War and Warhammer franchises happy, delivering excellent strategy gameplay and the best Warhammer video game to date. When it comes to str...

By Rob Gordon on 05 June 2016
Dead Island Retro Revenge Review

Dead Island Retro Revenge Review

Deep Silver’s Dead Island Retro Revenge comes free with any purchase of Dead Island: Definitive Edition, but it’s a short, fun, and worthwhile game in its own right. The Dead Island series has been e...

By Cody Gravelle on 02 June 2016
TMNT: Mutants in Manhattan Review

TMNT: Mutants in Manhattan Review

Platinum Games’s take on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is a mediocre hack-n-slash romp that ultimately fails to become anything more than just that. When word prematurely got out that PlatinumGame...

By Riley Little on 27 May 2016
Division Will Fix UI Bug As Soon As Possible

Division Will Fix UI Bug As Soon As Possible

The Division developers Massive Entertainment reveal that a fix for the new UI bug should hit before the end of the week on PC and PS4, and early next week on Xbox. Although the studio just launched...

By Anthony Taormina on 26 May 2016
Lumo Review

Lumo Review

Lumo is a charming throwback to the isometric arcade adventure games of the 1980s, but is held back by its short length and some frustrating platforming sections. Lumo begins with players in control...

By Dalton Cooper on 26 May 2016
Stellaris Review

Stellaris Review

Stellaris combines watertight strategic gameplay with a wonderful sense of exploration to create a thrilling and engrossing spacefaring grand strategy title. When it comes to grand strategy and 4X g...

By Rob Gordon on 26 May 2016
Fallout 4 Far Harbor DLC Review

Fallout 4 Far Harbor DLC Review

Fallout 4’s Far Harbor DLC offers a new zone with over 15 hours of engaging content that improves on the core game’s storytelling, but introduces a new puzzle mechanic that may scare away the purist...

By Denny Connolly on 26 May 2016
Doom Guide: How to Beat the Hell Guards Boss Fight

Doom Guide: How to Beat the Hell Guards Boss Fight

The Hell Guards boss fight is one of the tougher sections in the Doom reboot. Anyone having trouble can use this guide for help defeating all three Hell Guards. After Doom players best the Cyberdemon...

By Dalton Cooper on 25 May 2016
Titanfall 2 Leaks Claim October Release, Grappling Hook

Titanfall 2 Leaks Claim October Release, Grappling Hook

Several leaks claim that Respawn Entertainment’s forthcoming shooter Titanfall 2 gets an October release date, and contains a grappling hook for use in-game. If the Reddit user known as “ilovegoogleg...

By Kyle Sledge on 25 May 2016
Still 'No Plans' to Bring Halo 5 to PC

Still 'No Plans' to Bring Halo 5 to PC

Once again, 343 Industries confirm that they still have no plans to port Halo 5: Guardians to PC, despite the Forge mode becoming available on Windows 10. Although Microsoft recently excited fans of...

By Maxwell Jeffery on 22 May 2016
Five Nights at Freddy's Spin-Off Gets New Trailer

Five Nights at Freddy's Spin-Off Gets New Trailer

Five Nights at Freddy’s franchise creator Scott Cawthon releases a mysterious new trailer for the upcoming spin-off Five Nights at Freddy’s: Sister Location. Horror franchises never seem to die, eve...

By Dalton Cooper on 21 May 2016
Enter Game Rant's Overwatch Giveaway

Enter Game Rant's Overwatch Giveaway

It’s giveaway time once again Game Rant readers, and this contest is open to EVERYONE. This time we have 10 (TEN) PC Keys for the Blizzard’s highly anticipated hero shooter Overwatch. This very speci...

By Anthony Taormina on 21 May 2016
Homefront: The Revolution Review

Homefront: The Revolution Review

Homefront: The Revolution is a mediocre FPS that squanders an intriguing concept, but worst of all the game is not fun to play and overwrought with repetition. The original Homefront was a clever id...

By Anthony Taormina on 20 May 2016
The Banner Saga 2 Review

The Banner Saga 2 Review

The Banner Saga 2 is a must-have for fans of Stoic’s acclaimed original RPG, continuing the series with an equally strong narrative, beautiful visuals, and addictive combat. A sophomore effort in a...

By Rob Gordon on 16 May 2016
Overwatch Review

Overwatch Review

Overwatch turns the shooter genre on its head by delivering a bright, colorful world full 21 unique heroes and game modes that demand players to work together if they want to pull off a victory. F...

By Denny Connolly on 15 May 2016
GR Pick: Battlefield 1 Trailer Remade in GTA 5

GR Pick: Battlefield 1 Trailer Remade in GTA 5

One gaming fan uses Rockstar Games’ Grand Theft Auto 5 to recreate the trailer for DICE’s and Electronic Arts’ forthcoming World War I-themed shooter, Battlefield 1. As many gamers are probably aware...

By Kyle Sledge on 15 May 2016
DOOM Review

DOOM Review

The rebooted take on DOOM is a visually impressive and chaotically-paced affair that stands out amongst a sea of other FPS titles, but it’s not without its monotonous moments. As one of the most ador...

By Riley Little on 14 May 2016
Battleborn Review

Battleborn Review

Battleborn has a strong cast of characters and exciting action, but suffers from a lack of content, frustrating server issues, and some questionable design choices. Following the success of the Bord...

By Dalton Cooper on 13 May 2016
The Division Update 1.2 Increases Phoenix Credit Cap

The Division Update 1.2 Increases Phoenix Credit Cap

Although developer Massive Entertainment has yet to release official patch notes for The Division Update 1.2, the studio is continuing to tease some major changes. During last night’s State of the Ga...

By Anthony Taormina on 13 May 2016
Mass Effect: Andromeda Characters 'Look Incredible'

Mass Effect: Andromeda Characters 'Look Incredible'

NeoGAF user shinobi602, known for leaking video game news, claims that the facial animations and character models in Mass Effect: Andromeda ‘look incredible.’ In the previous gaming generation, the o...

By Dalton Cooper on 13 May 2016
Fallout 4 Player Beats Survival Mode Without Dying

Fallout 4 Player Beats Survival Mode Without Dying

One incredibly skilled Fallout 4 player goes on to beat the Survival Mode for Bethesda Softworks’ post-apocalyptic RPG without dying once during the playthrough. As many fans of Fallout 4 may be awar...

By Kyle Sledge on 13 May 2016
Watch Dogs 2 Will Have 'Innovative Gameplay'

Watch Dogs 2 Will Have 'Innovative Gameplay'

Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot states that Watch Dogs 2 will bring in both a ‘new tone’ and ‘innovative gameplay’, hinting that the sequel may live up to the expectation the first title didn’t quite fulf...

By John Jacques on 13 May 2016
Dark Souls 3 Tops Best Selling Games List for April

Dark Souls 3 Tops Best Selling Games List for April

From Software’s intimidating action RPG Dark Souls 3 proves to be just as formidable in the charts, taking the top spot for sales in April 2016 against some stiff opposition. Dark Souls III developer...

By Rob Gordon on 13 May 2016
10 Great Disney Infinity Figures That Will Never Exist

10 Great Disney Infinity Figures That Will Never Exist

With news breaking that Disney Infinity will be no more, we take a look at the ten greatest possible figurines that will never come to be within the franchise. The closure of Avalanche Software and t...

By Riley Little on 12 May 2016
Duelyst Review

Duelyst Review

Duelyst combines addictive, turn-based gameplay with a collect-them-all card game mentality to great effect, all wrapped up in solid visuals and free-to-play mechanics. Perhaps more than any other g...

By Rob Gordon on 10 May 2016
Party Hard Review

Party Hard Review

There are some things to like about Party Hard, but overall, the game feels like a half-baked experience that doesn’t evolve beyond its basic premise. When neighbors are partying too loud into the la...

By Dalton Cooper on 01 May 2016
Back in 1995 Review

Back in 1995 Review

Back in 1995 is a game that aims to make gamers feel like it was 1995 again, and while it succeeds in garnering a retro aesthetic, it falls far short everywhere else. Drawing heavy inspiration from...

By John Jacques on 01 May 2016
Ubisoft Reveals E3 2016 Schedule

Ubisoft Reveals E3 2016 Schedule

Ubisoft announces its schedule for E3 2016, which will involve a pre-show and a main event. A number of big games, such as Watch Dogs 2 and For Honor, are expected to be present. E3 2016 may be two...

By Alexander Pan on 18 April 2016
Video Games Need Single Player Campaigns

Video Games Need Single Player Campaigns

In the midst of many games abandoning single player campaigns, find out why one writer feels as though story modes and campaigns should be included in most games. 10 years ago, it would be practica...

By Dalton Cooper on 18 January 2016
For Honor Will Have A Single Player Campaign

For Honor Will Have A Single Player Campaign

Ubisoft confirms that the new IP they revealed last summer at E3 2015, the hack and slash medieval game For Honor, will have a single player campaign. Ubisoft is often criticized for relying too he...

By Dalton Cooper on 18 January 2016
Xbox's 2016 Exclusives Schedule Revealed

Xbox's 2016 Exclusives Schedule Revealed

Microsoft releases a list of console exclusive games coming to Xbox in 2016, including Crackdown 3, Gears of War 4, Halo Wars 2, Quantum Break, and more.

By Dalton Cooper on 26 July 2015
E3 2015: For Honor Debut Trailer

E3 2015: For Honor Debut Trailer

Intense melee combat, a real sense of danger, and one-on-one combat: Ubisoft are no stranger to these concepts. Today, during the Ubisoft Press Conference, the publisher announced a brand new intell...

By John Jacques on 18 July 2015
Lost Planet 3 – Pirate Reveal Trailer

Lost Planet 3 – Pirate Reveal Trailer

The Lost Planet franchise hasn’t exactly been met with the kind of reception that Capcom had hoped, but Lost Planet 3 is set to reboot the series and take it in an entirely new, yet familiar, direct...

By Riley Little on 03 November 2012
Lost Planet 3 (Gamescom)

Lost Planet 3 (Gamescom)

httpv://youtu.be/Dqe8ugsHA3k After Lost Planet 2 failed to capture on the cult success of its predecessor — largely due to a complete abandonment of elements that made the first game so good — Capcom...

By Anthony Taormina on 02 November 2012
‘Lost Planet 3’ Devs Working On Another ‘Established Console Franchise’

‘Lost Planet 3’ Devs Working On Another ‘Established Console Franchise’

Last week’s announcement that Lost Planet 3 is well into production caught just about everyone by surprise, and not just because Capcom had managed to keep the game’s development so quiet. S...

By Jeff Schille on 03 November 2011
PC News: ‘Lost Planet 3’ and ‘Dark Souls’ Headed to PC, ‘Witcher 2’ 360 Comparison Video

PC News: ‘Lost Planet 3’ and ‘Dark Souls’ Headed to PC, ‘Witcher 2’ 360 Comparison Video

In all of the kerfuffle over Resident Evil 6‘s release date moving forward and Lost Planet 3 being announced, one piece of news was notably absent from Capcom’s big media event: a PC version...

By Anthony Taormina on 02 November 2011