Interestingly, Shadow of the Tomb Raider launched with a different ending that was patched out on day one. Frustratingly, it also arrived with a bug that prevented some players from achieving 100 percent completion. That's now been fixed universally, as have a number of other issues in the wake of its fourth PC patch.
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is gearing up for a Halloween-themed event, it seems.
The original Predator film is not only an awesome action movie but is also, well, pretty darn gross. The Predator stalks and kills several sweaty, muscly men and takes them as trophies: peeling off their skin, tearing our their spines and skulls, and dangling them from the trees. It's just how he expresses himself! Now you can do all of the gross Predator things in GTA 5, because JulioNIB's Predator script is available for download.
Adults only survival horror game Agony was poorly received when it launched in May, but only some of the criticism concerned the game itself: many were upset that a promised "uncensored" version of the game would not, after all, materialise. Madmind Studio originally planned to reinstate censored material with a post-launch patch, but later blamed "legal issues" for its eventual decision not to.
Disgaea 5 Complete's bumpy ride is almost over: After a long wait and a couple of delays, NIS America has committed itself to a PC release date of October 22.
It was a sad day nearly five years ago when the people behind Winamp, the greatest desktop media player ever created (and I'll hear no more about it), announced that the venerable llama-whipping app was going away. But excitement surged just a few months later when a company called Radionomy revealed that it had acquired Winamp and Shoutcast from AOL, and that it would rebuild the app for both desktop and mobile devices.
Blizzard said in September that plans for in-game tournament support in Hearthstone, announced earlier this year, had been put on hold "for the foreseeable future." Exactly why it would put the kibosh on an in-the-works feature that fans were clamoring for wasn't really clear. "We no longer felt that the end result would deliver on everyone’s expectations" is as close as it came to an explanation. Fair and reasonable, but not exactly specific.
If you're looking for a larger size 1080p monitor with FreeSync support, head over to BuyDig and check out the LG 27MP59H-P. It's a 27-inch monitor with an IPS panel, and it's on sale for $147.99 after coupon.
Fallout 76 is now just a month away, and if you're not sure what all the hubbub is about (or maybe you just missed some bits along the way), the Humble Store's "Bethesda Bombs Drop Sale" is here to hook you up.