Bioshock Infinite left many of us feeling sad and yet satisfied with the ending, but Irrational Games is here with a new DLC to share more of the amazing universe they've developed with us. In the first half of this two part DLC, we will return as Booker DeWitt and dive deep into the city of Rapture in its prime with the help of Elizabeth to investigate the disappearance of a young girl. Enjoy and rediscover the life-filled Rapture before it became the desolate and terrifying city we first stepped into in this amazing series. The video above will give you a glimpse into the first 5 minutes of gameplay, but it does contain some spoilers, so be warned!
A few lucky gamers around the world were given a chance to actually play TitanFall which is set to release on March 2014. The video shows their first reactions to the game and game play at some of the numerous conventions and shows around the world. Check out the following video to see what they thought.
If you interested in the Collector's Edition, like I am, check out the video following video with Respawn Entertainments Lead Artist, Joel Emslie:
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This should tide would-be spacefarers over long enough until Chris and Co' push out Star Citizen.
We haven't spent much time with Hawken lately. I was one of the biggest supporters of Adhesive Games' mechanized labor of love, back in its Alpha days. Now Hawken is all grown up with multiple mods of play and heavily flushed out marketplace for items and weapons. In fact the Invasion update highlighted here shows off the new Co-Op mode. Check it plus a quick rundown of the other changes and additions.
Thanks, PC Gamer!
I've been debating on picking up a 3rd party capture card for years now. But Nvidia has killed that mental wrestling match dead. Who needs an expensive secondary capture card solution when we have H.264 encoders sitting unused on our glorious GTX 600 and 700 series video cards. Well they were unused, that is until Nvidia went created Shadowplay a new video capture feature that has been integrated into the new set of GeForce drivers. Version 331.65 is what you want. And here are 6 reasons why. Click here for the full article. Thanks, GadgetReview and OV3RCLR for the Tomb Raider video.