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Lewie Procter

9 years ago

Apple Revolution, DX:HR Mac Port Inbound

Attention, owners of expensive, hard-to-upgrade aluminium PCs: Square-Enix have just sent word that Deux Ex: Human Revolution is going to be getting a Mac release. It's due out in "Winter 2011/12", and London based Feral Interactive are going to be responsible for it. They tackled the Mac ports of the likes of BioShock, Borderlands, Rome: Total War, LEGO Star Wars & Tomb Raider: Anniversary, so…

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EA Offer Refunds For Tiger Woods 2012 PC?

Oh dear. It appears as if some customers of EA's latest annual hitting a ball with a stick simulator aren't too pleased. The Tiger Woods series has been absent from the PC all the way since Tiger Woods 2008, but this year marked its return to the almighty desktop. Sadly, it seems that instead of being a port of the high-end console version, like what…

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Tron Don: Saints Row 3’s Virtual Reality

It looks like Volition are not yet finished with their campaign to subvert everyone's expectations regarding Saints Row: The Third. I thought the craziest it could get is maybe a bigger poo truck than in the second game, but here we see an entire digital world squeezed inside the digital world of Steelport. As Saints Row: The Third's urban warfare spills over onto the digital…

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No Disc Required: Sonic CD Heading To PC

The early/mid 90s was a confusing time to love Sega games. Sure, they were still pumping out classic software left, right and centre, but they couldn't make their mind up about which piece of home console hardware they wanted you to own the most. The Mega CD was a CD based expansion for their trusty Mega Drive, which let you play many of the same…

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Sideway: No Merlot Allowed

I've liked the look of this one for a while, but I had seen the words "PSN exclusive" being bandied around. Reasuringly, the developers Playbrains (who you may remember as the folks that brought us that Madballs game) recently confirmed that yes, Sideway is "definitely coming to PC - via Steam". That screenshot doesn't really do the game justice, so embedded beneath is a trailer…

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Agent 47 To Attend Eurogamer Expo

Perhaps not in person, but in spirit. IO Interactive are sending lead producer Hakan Abrak to give a presentation on Hitman: Absolution to the good people attending E2 this year. We've already had a sneaky peak at some early footage of Hitman 5 in action, but hopefully this will be a chance to see it being played properly, and prod at the mind of the…

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Team Meat <3 PC

And we <3 Team Meat right back. Over the weekend, they've been chatting to the cool cats over at IndieGames.com, and Ed dropped this hefty knowledge bomb:We're never going to make a game that couldn't also be on PC. That's a stupid thing for most indies to do. PC is crucialNo surprises there, considering that the Steam sales of SMB outnumber the Xbox sales by…

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Augment Your Experience: DXHR Debug Mod

Scaleform? Dolby Digital? AMD? I didn't ask for this. Neither did you, probably, so if you fancy a way of disabling all those annoying unskipable splash screens, here it is. Word on the street is that the member of staff at Eidos Montreal responsible for them fully intended to make the splash screens skippable, but as they entered the meeting room to discuss it, a…

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Feature: Gamers Without Borders!

Region Locking: We Talk To A Lawyer

On Wednesday, we reported that Square-Enix had decided to region lock the physical PC release of Deus Ex: Human Revolution, within Europe. Then yesterday, they issued a statement saying that they had decided not to go ahead with the region locking. But what does it all mean? We knew that we didn't like region locking and other artificial barriers between gamers and their games, but…

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These Robotic Hearts Of Mine: 24 Hour Beta

Bristol Coventry based indie dev Draknek has got a new game in the pipeline, which he's pitching as a "Narrative-driven abstract puzzle game". It's simple, but efficient and minimalistic use of words, pixels and sounds result in a fairly atmospheric little game. It's still a work in progress, obviously, but is currently playable here. As part of this time-limited beta testing, why not give him…

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Have A Play Of CS:GO At PAX And E2

According to the official twitter account for Counter Strike: Global Offensive, they're going to be demoing their new game at PAX next week, and at Eurogamer Expo next month. Not only that, but if you turn up to give it a try, you'll get given a key for the beta. Sounds like a good chance for us to have an RPS vs Readers showdown to…

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The Fate Of BF3’s In-Game Server Browser

This story is a little surprising. BF3 Blog have done the legwork on this: first they spotted that Battlefield 3 on the PS3 and 360 is going to have an in-game server browser for multiplayer game-finding. Good for them. However, where this story turns sour is the news that the PC version will not have any in-game server browser, and to find a multiplayer game…

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