The Crew Free PC Download

Ubisoft is giving away ‘The Crew’ free on PC for a limited time

By on September 14, 2016 at 9:00 PM.

Ubisoft is giving away ‘The Crew’ free on PC for a limited time

Another month, another free game from Ubisoft.

Back in June, video game developer and publisher Ubisoft celebrated its 30th anniversary by launching UBI30, a promotion which would bring seven free games to PC gamers in 2016 — one for each month left in the year.

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No Man's Sky Updates

‘No Man’s Sky’ developers promise to ‘expand the universe’ in future updates

By on September 5, 2016 at 9:05 PM.

‘No Man’s Sky’ developers promise to ‘expand the universe’ in future updates

All the hype in the world couldn’t save No Man’s Sky from the inevitable backlash. In fact, the hype is exactly why many gamers are disappointed in the final product — a game that somehow manages to become repetitive despite the fact that it offers a nearly limitless universe with 18 quintillion planets to explore.

Thankfully, the developers aren’t done with it yet.

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PlayStation Now PC

PlayStation Now: Stream PS3 games on your PC starting today

By on August 30, 2016 at 2:45 PM.

PlayStation Now: Stream PS3 games on your PC starting today

Just one week after Sony accidentally revealed it was bringing PlayStation Now to PC, the streaming service has gone live in the United States. That means that you can play over 400 PlayStation 3 games on your computer right this very instant by heading to PSNow.com and clicking the button to download the app.

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PlayStation Now PC

Sony accidentally revealed its PlayStation Now cloud gaming service is coming to PC

By on August 23, 2016 at 1:03 PM.

Sony accidentally revealed its PlayStation Now cloud gaming service is coming to PC

Sony might not have any surprises left for its upcoming PlayStation Meeting by the time September 7th rolls around. Over the weekend, someone got their hands on the unannounced PS4 Slim. Hours later, video footage of a new DualShock 4 controller began making the rounds. And now it appears that Sony itself has accidentally spoiled another announcement on the PlayStation Blog.

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No Man's Sky Infinite Item Exploit

‘No Man’s Sky’ exploit breaks the game’s economy, lets players farm rare items

By on August 11, 2016 at 10:22 AM.

‘No Man’s Sky’ exploit breaks the game’s economy, lets players farm rare items

One of the first things you’re going to want to do when you start playing No Man’s Sky is upgrade to a new ship. As you’d expect, buying a brand new spaceship isn’t cheap, so you’re going to have to save up units (the in-game currency) before you can make an extravagant purchase. Normally, this would take hours of resource gathering and trading on the galactic market, but some clever players have found an exploit that allows them to duplicate the game’s most valuable items.

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No Man's Sky Day One Patch

‘No Man’s Sky’ is receiving the most significant day one patch of all time

By on August 8, 2016 at 9:15 AM.

‘No Man’s Sky’ is receiving the most significant day one patch of all time

Over the weekend, I, like several other impatient gamers, got my hands on a copy of No Man’s Sky. In spite of my best judgment, I had to know what the game looked like before developer Hello Games had a chance to release the day one patch, which they repeatedly insisted would noticeably change the game.

I had my doubts, but after reading the patch notes for Update 1.03, I can assure you that this is the most significant day one patch ever released.

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No Man's Sky Guide

Four videos that will show you everything you need to know about ‘No Man’s Sky’

By on July 28, 2016 at 4:20 PM.

Four videos that will show you everything you need to know about ‘No Man’s Sky’

For many gamers, No Man’s Sky is not only the most exciting release of August, but one of the most anticipated releases of the entire console generation so far.

Originally unveiled at the VGX awards in 2013, No Man’s Sky is an ambitious space game set in a universe made up of over 18 quintillion planets, all of which you can visit and explore. And these aren’t the game worlds you’re used to either — these are actual planet-sized planets, some the size of Earth itself.

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Skyrim Mod Enderal Release Date

Someone built an entirely new game in ‘Skyrim’

By on June 28, 2016 at 10:00 PM.

Someone built an entirely new game in ‘Skyrim’

There are few games that receive as much attention from the modding community as The Elder Scrolls series. Creative fans have designed new clothes, tweaked the combat system and even built entirely new landmasses inside of Morrowind, Oblivion and Skyrim over the past decade or so, but the most impressive mods of all are the ones that require the most work: total conversions.

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Review
Overwatch Review

‘Overwatch’ review: unrivaled, but unfinished

By on June 3, 2016 at 2:00 PM.

‘Overwatch’ review: unrivaled, but unfinished

Overwatch, like many of Blizzard’s games, is the culmination of a genre.

World of Warcraft is the biggest MMO of all time, StarCraft is the high-water mark for strategy games and Hearthstone has no close competitors.

Now Overwatch has come to dominate the FPS landscape, and with a solid core gameplay loop, a colorful roster of characters and just enough content to charge full price, it might have already accomplished its goal.

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How to Fix Windows Automatic Updates

Windows has finally fixed its awful auto-update system

By on May 13, 2016 at 11:47 AM.

Windows has finally fixed its awful auto-update system

Anyone who’s used a Windows PC for more than 20 minutes has probably run into the scheduled updater. This evil snippet of code will, on occasion, forcibly restart your PC, no matter how urgent a piece of work might be.

In the latest beta version of Windows 10, Microsoft has revealed how it will fix the auto-install with a new feature called “Active Hours.” It still doesn’t allow you to turn off auto-install — Microsoft is determined that you stay up to date — but it does the next best thing.

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