Team17 have once again announced that they’re making their game once again and- hey, wait, this latest version of Worms will actually do a few things different. With over twenty Worms games in the bag and few changes to the turn-based annelid artillery annihilation formula in yonks, Team17 are shaking things up a bit with […]
While Microsoft has been rolling out the Windows 10 upgrade in phases, that doesn't mean those phases are small.
This morning, the company reported that more than 14 million devices are running Windows 10, with many more upgrades to go before all reservations have been filled.
Along with those upgrades have come the typical issues, and Microsoft says it's prepared to help with 24-hour, seven-day-a-week support through its Answer Desk, Microsoft Stores and a bunch of retailers.
What if GTA 5 had some role-playing mechanics? Beyond the tiresome “run more to increase your stamina” that’s been in there since San Andreas.
Modder LogicSpawn is adding levelling up, loot, dialogue choices, and more to GTA 5 with his upcoming mod. It’s aptly named GTA: RPG and the video below shows the dramatic changes to the base game it introduces.
When it’s released, the mod will allow you to play through the game’s story mode with all these mechanics incorporated seamlessly.
Nvidia has issued a recall for the Shield Android tablet after determining that its battery "can overheat, posing a fire hazard." Although the recall is voluntary, Nvidia is asking users to back up their data and fill in the relevant online form to receive a replacement. The issue pertains to tablets sold between July 2014 and July 2015. You can check to see if your tablet is affected by heading to the Settings menu, clicking "About tablet," then "Status," and looking at the "Battery" section. If you see "B01," you can carry on using the Shield as normal. If you see "Y01," though, your tablet is at risk of overheating and you should arrange a replacement ASAP.
Did you know Far Cry 4 has a map editor? Did you also know you could maybe recreate a small Mad Max skirmish using said editor?
Someone thought of what now seems obvious: putting Far Cry 4’s grenade launcher, buggies and lorries in one desert map. It’s called Future Dead Australia, according to Kotaku, and anyone can download it.
The footage below was captured from a PS4, courtesy of Usmcftw355.
Close Combat was PC wargaming’s Hirō Onoda . Years after his comrades emerged from the jungle with hands raised, the turn-spurning CC engine was still busy patrolling… scouting… soldiering. People like me would periodically point our bullhorns at the undergrowth and urge the old fool campaigner to “Jack it in!”, or at the very least learn some new tactics. […]
It's been over a month since Team 17 last announced a Worms game, and so Team 17 has announced another Worms game. This one is called Worms WMD.
In a format familiar to people who have played previous Worms games, Worms WMD is a 2D turn-based team deathmatch. This time, though, there are a couple of new twists. For the first time in the series, players will be able to use vehicles and enter buildings, increasing the options for invertebrate mayhem.
Worms WMD planned for release early next year, on PC and Xbox One. If you're going to be at Gamescom between August 6 and August 9, you'll be able to try out an early hands-on demo.