PC Gaming Archive

  • This year’s Game Developers Conference (GDC12), held in the digital hot-bed of San Francisco this year, ended successfully yesterday. GDC is a developer-only conference and thus tends to be a bit introspective, a bit “inside-baseball” and much less splashy than the more marketing-driven fests that will be geared towards the average consumer later this year.  GDC may not be too […]

    GDC12: F2P’s coming out party

    This year’s Game Developers Conference (GDC12), held in the digital hot-bed of San Francisco this year, ended successfully yesterday. GDC is a developer-only conference and thus tends to be a bit introspective, a bit “inside-baseball” and much less splashy than the more marketing-driven fests that will be geared towards the average consumer later this year.  GDC may not be too […]

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  • Prussia is the stronghold of heathenism in Eastern Europe. It is a savage land, filled with savage people, unsafe for any Christian. To defend his borders, the king of Poland appealed to the most glorious warriors of the time – the Knights of the Teutonic Order. In the distant year of 1230, they founded the castle Thorn, their first fortress,  […]

    Real Warfare II Northern Crusades Review

    Prussia is the stronghold of heathenism in Eastern Europe. It is a savage land, filled with savage people, unsafe for any Christian. To defend his borders, the king of Poland appealed to the most glorious warriors of the time – the Knights of the Teutonic Order. In the distant year of 1230, they founded the castle Thorn, their first fortress,  […]

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  • By now you all have heard that Sledgehammer Games’ general manager Glen Schofield was riled that the user score for Modern Warfare 3 was running suspiciously low on Metacritic yesterday. Though the critic score was hovering around 81, gamers with a Metacritic login were pummeling the title. Personally, I saw the PC-user score as low as 1.5/10 but was around […]

    Everyone’s a Metacritic

    By now you all have heard that Sledgehammer Games’ general manager Glen Schofield was riled that the user score for Modern Warfare 3 was running suspiciously low on Metacritic yesterday. Though the critic score was hovering around 81, gamers with a Metacritic login were pummeling the title. Personally, I saw the PC-user score as low as 1.5/10 but was around […]

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  • My love affair with Logitech products goes back for decades now. I have always adored their sense of  style, of quality. If peripherals were cars, Logitech keyboards were Maybachs, their mice, Ferraris.  In a tradition I still follow today, the first thing I do if I buy a pre-built PC is to replace all the plastic attachments with Logitech gizmos. […]

    Logitech’s G500: All thumbs

    My love affair with Logitech products goes back for decades now. I have always adored their sense of  style, of quality. If peripherals were cars, Logitech keyboards were Maybachs, their mice, Ferraris.  In a tradition I still follow today, the first thing I do if I buy a pre-built PC is to replace all the plastic attachments with Logitech gizmos. […]

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  • If you have not heard, Steam forums were hacked yesterday. If you have a Steam account, it is advisable that you change your account password if it is the same as your forum password on Steam. Personally, I’d change the password either way. Here is the text from Gabe Newell from Valve who’s message just flashed up on Steam: Dear […]

    Steam hacked

    If you have not heard, Steam forums were hacked yesterday. If you have a Steam account, it is advisable that you change your account password if it is the same as your forum password on Steam. Personally, I’d change the password either way. Here is the text from Gabe Newell from Valve who’s message just flashed up on Steam: Dear […]

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