Koch Media have announced the creation of a new Label for it’s brands today. The label is known as Prime Matter and brings together established Koch Media IPs such as Kingdom Come: Deliverance, Kings Bounty and the next entry in the Pay Day series. Prime Matter is a new home for premium games, offering both […]
PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS (PUBG) is an Early Access phenomenon. Currently the most watched game on Twitch and the third most played on Steam, PUBG is now getting its first LAN event at Gamescom in Cologne, Germany. Eighty players will be competing for a prize pool of $350,000 prize pool. This tournament will start August 23rd and end the […]
ESL, an eSports organization famous for it’s Counter-Strike tournaments, has aligned its sanctions with the Esports Integrity Coalition (ESIC). These sanctions came from the results an ESIC survey focused on finding the proper repercussions according to the eSport community. This also includes lifting the indefinite match-fixing bans placed on former IBUYPOWER members. New sanctions include a 5 […]
Nintendo at E3 will not just stop at video press conferences, but will also do livestreams and tournaments to show off new Nintendo software. Right after the conference Nintendo will host its Live Treehouse stream June 13 (9:30 a.m. – 12:30p.m. Pacific Time), June 14 (10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.), and June 15 (10: a.m. […]
E3 comes in less than a week. During this time, companies will be announcing unheard games and giving more information to future titles. With a combination of first and third parties releasing their information to the press, consumers may want to follow along. With this schedule of the E3 Press Conferences, you can learn about […]
EA have announced that effective March 30th, their CEO John Riccitiello will step down. Not much is known about his decision to leave, he himself in the press release states he feels it’s time to pass the baton. However it is very hard not to look at this and think of the recent fallout over […]
According to Rock Paper Shotgun, Ubisoft have ditched the ‘Always On’ component of their uPlay Services platform, instead moving to a one-time activation system. About time consarnit!
Epic Games (nee MegaGames) are 20 years young.
Rumours, coupled with some screen shots as dubious proof, are coming from Reddit (via PCGamer) that Ubisoft may have relaxed some of the DRM restrictions on their PC games. A trip into one of 2010’s least desirable moments after the cut… Update Shacknews have official confirmation from Ubisoft that Assassin’s Creed 2 and Splinter Cell […]
You can tell when a new game release is approaching – not only does the hype machine kick up, but all the talking heads come out of the woodwork, ready to talk up their game and talk down their rivals. Gearbox aren’t shy of smack talking their rivals. By rivals, I mean Valve (or more […]