Category Archives: Board Games

Black Ops 4 Servers Severely Downgraded since Beta

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 has been having a number of issues on PC following its official release, but none of these issues have quite drawn the ire of so many people as the game’s server tick rate problems have. If you’ve spent any sort of substantial time playing the Black Ops 4 beta when it was up and running, an

Warhammer: Vermintide 2 Developer Acquires New Studio

Warhammer: Vermintide 2 developer Fatshark has now begun to expand its business, it would seem. In a recent press release, Fatshark has announced that they have purchased A Sweet Studio, whose employees will now be joining their ranks. A Sweet Studio is a small, Stockholm-based developer, who focused primarily on smaller, mobil

Bethesda Calls On Fans to Help Them Squash Bugs in Fallout 76

Fallout 76 is looming over our heads, so close to release we can practically reach out and poke it with a stick. With the official beta testing procedure kicking off on Xbox One today, and on PC in a week, Bethesda have prepared a few words to motivate their players for this experimental new chapter in their book. Titled A Note

Elder Scrolls Online: Murkmire Launches Today, and You Can Get it f…

The Elder Scrolls Online is getting its latest expansion pack today, going by the name of Murkmire! This swampy DLC promises an adventure like no other, featuring more slime and muck than you’ve ever seen in one place. Best of all – you can get it for free. As its name suggests, Elder Scrolls Online: Murkmire is goi

Red Dead Redemption PC Gets "Massive Improvements" on the latest PS…

Red Dead Redemption may relatively soon be fully playable on PC, but it’s going to take a bit more waiting. This will be made possible due to the talented team of software engineers working on RPCS3, the most prominent and reliable PlayStation 3 emulator available. While there’s no telling what sort of magic must be

Halo: Reach is Now Playable on PC via Xbox Emulation

Halo: Reach now runs pretty well on PC, courtesy of the recent improvements in Xenia Emulator‘s rendering techniques. While not quite as much of a household name as, say, PSX emulation is, Xenia has been making strides in emulating Xbox 360 as of late. Whereas the previous builds of Xenia could only run Halo: Reach at a v

Fallout 76 – How do Player Characters and Saves Work?

Fallout 76 is now undergoing its first phase of beta testing at the time of writing, but there are plenty of unknowns about the game still, one of which is how Fallout 76 handles multiple player characters. Since Fallout 76 is a server-based always-online multiplayer endeavour, it’s a given that players won’t have a

Two Point Hospital – Sandbox: Freeplay Update Announced

Two Point Hospital is set and primed to receive its biggest update yet, announced as part of the Sega TwitchCon event. The Sandbox: Freeplay update is set to release next week, and will, obviously, add sandbox functionality to Two Point Hospital. While no one could claim that there’s a lack of content in the base Two Poin

Final Fantasy XV DLC Production Ceases, Director Quits

Final Fantasy XV might not have been everyone’s cup of tea, but it’s still far from being a bad game. It has already had a number of solid DLCs released, but there were plans for more still, which are now sadly laid to rest. Square Enix have now cancelled all plans for the further development and finalisation of Fin

Stellaris Unveils Industrious New MegaCorp Expansion

Stellaris has received a number of expansions over the past years, both good and bad. This latest one is a tad different from the rest, however, with its title being rather revealing of its nature: MegaCorp. Stellaris: MegaCorp is going to allow players to take the head seat of their own galaxy-wide mega-corporations, making fo