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  • 20090731
    The PC version of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 will be denied any of its lavish special editions revealed for consoles.

    Neither the Prestige Edition - which comes with a working pair of night vision goggles - nor the Hardened Edition - which comes with an art book, tin case and code to download the original Call of Duty - will be available, reports Big Download.

    Not that anyone who plans to download it on Steam will give a monkey's anyway.

    Modern Warfare 2's out in November.

    by VampiricPadraig - Comments: 1 - Views: 219
  • 20090708
    Google will take over the world soon.
    (sorry I can't type a bit of a rush)

    In a sudden, if not unexpected, announcement this morning, Google said it would release an open-source operating system based on its Chrome browser. The OS will be free, geared (at first) toward netbooks, and focused on "speed, simplicity, and security."

    Google executives told the New York Times that Google Chrome OS would be available online "later this...

    by ClydeOne - Comments: 6 - Views: 221
  • 20090525
    Even Amazon isn't expecting too much traffic on this Memorial Day, as The Last Remnant for PC is the company's "deal of the day" for $27. The game won Japanese mag Famitsu's "rookie title prize" for 2008.

    The PC version of The Last Remnant isn't as bad in the technical department as the Xbox 360 version, which was marred by some inconsistent frame rates, pop-in and loading times. The game isn't by any means a top-tier JRPG, but for PC players without a console, it's ... well, it's a JRPG on the PC.

    i got that at christmas...

    by TheNightsEnd - Comments: 0 - Views: 102
  • 20090524
    After a replication defect left the PC release of Terminator Salvation uninstallable for many users, publisher Evolved Games today announced its replacement scheme.

    PC purchasers' salvation comes in the form of a toll-free support line Evolved has opened to coordinate replacement retail boxes. "Again we apologize for any inconvenience that end users may have suffered do [sic] to this issue," Evolved states.

    The PC release was recalled from retail in North America after the error was discovered, and Evolved is currently replicating new, fixed copies...

    by TheNightsEnd - Comments: 0 - Views: 109
  • 20090428
    Namco Bandai Europe today announced the May 29 release of Brain Exercise with Dr. Kawashima. The game will be available on PC DVD and Games For Laptop mini-DVD.

    The development of Brain Exercise with Dr. Kawashima was supervised by Dr. Kawashima, the renowned Japanese neuroscientist whose revolutionary brain training technique was made popular through the acclaimed and hugely successful Brain Training series on Nintendo DS.

    Brain Exercise with Dr. Kawashima has been designed to enable busy people who spend the majority of their day in front of computers to enjoy a mental workout...

    by TheNightsEnd - Comments: 0 - Views: 727
  • 20090425
    If everything goes according to plan, Creative Assembly will next week release an update for Empire: Total War that will address a number of AI flaws and critical bugs.

    While this isn't the first update the brilliant yet technically "eccentric" game has received, it's certainly the biggest (with "over 70 bug fixes") and most wide-ranging.

    A number of crash glitches have been "solved", along with audio, save game and assassination fixes. The AI has been improved in naval combat, and, best of all, the AI can now attempt naval invasions of your territory....

    by TheNightsEnd - Comments: 0 - Views: 117
  • 20090424
    Free-to-play NCsoft MMO Guild Wars has passed the 6 million sales mark.
    The title released on April 28. 2005.
    “We are humbled by how gamers have responded to Guild Wars over the past four years, and we are proud that the game and its community have helped to continually shape, define, and expand the genre,” said ArenaNet studio head Mike O’Brien.
    “Our subscription-free business model has proven to be a big hit with gamers, bringing an enormous and diverse online community to the game.”

    by TheNightsEnd - Comments: 1 - Views: 123
  • 20090407
    Microsoft has confirmed it isn't providing an upgrade path for Windows XP to Windows 7.

    The not unexpected confirmation came in a new post on the Engineering Windows 7 blog outlining the latest developments with the new OS as it moves swiftly towards release.

    In the post - signed 'Windows 7 Team' - the subject of XP upgrading is broached, but it admits that, actually, an upgrade option has never been part of the plan.

    "We realized at the start of this project that the 'upgrade' from XP would not be an experience we think would yield the best results. There...

    by VampiricPadraig - Comments: 1 - Views: 116

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