In the ongoing bizarre saga that has been the Five Night’s At Freddy’s 3 promotional routine from Scott Cawthon, an even bigger twist has occurred, the game was released without any announcement or warning.
It just appeared on Steam and is now available for PC Now that it is available, we do get to learn more about what will actually come with the game for Android since it doesn’t stray too far from the PC version. Also, ever the showman, FNAF creator Scott Cawthon has revealed new information about his highly anticipated sequel to the series in a mysterious way a couple of days before its release. A dark image appeared on his web page ScottGamesthat on the surface doesn’t reveal much of anything.
After some lighting manipulation, the picture is revealed to possibly be ‘Balloon Boy’ with an ominous message ‘Guess Who?’. Devotee’s to the series will recognize the character as a non animatronic doll found within the Freddy Fazbear’s hallways and rooms. It could also be a reference to the puppet character from the second game, that required player to crank a music box to keep at bay.
Along side the creepy image is the number 10. Some have speculated that it’s a clue towards the release date of the game, possibly on March 10th. Obviously the game being out now kind of kills that. However maybe it means the Android version is coming on March 10th?
“Steam Machines will supposedly sell at the same pricing as current gen gaming systems, with boosted performance,” Valve has said.
The greatly anticipated living room PCs will finally go on the market this November with a special Steam controller and a streaming device called the “Steam Link” that will allow for game streaming from a PC or Steam Machine at 1080p/60HZ, according to the lovely folks at Valve.
Here’s what the Steam Link looks like:
Valve’s Steam Machines Will Officially Launch In November
The idea of the Steam Machine has always been a bit unclear, but essentially, Valve is teaming up with hardware manufacturers to release a variety of different living-room gaming PCs that will be available at various price points with a variety of specs and if you take Valve at their word, it’ll be more powerful than the PS4 and Xbox One.
This remake of Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee was first released on Playstation 4 last year. Us PC aficionados have had to wait another nine months to revisit Abe’s escape from Rupture Farms and subsequent liberation of his Mudokon buddies. Fortunately, it was well worth the wait, because New ‘n’ Tasty is about as good as a remake gets.
the delay of Grand Theft Auto V is now 14th April Rockstar’s ability to stick to a PC release schedule had been in poor health for some time, but has now.
First it was coming in January 2015, then it was coming in March and today GTA V is said to be arriving in April. Until we get to about mid-March and then it’ll be coming in May, probably.
“Our apologies to PC gamers worldwide who have been counting down the days until the launch of [GTA V],” says whoever has his fingers at the keys of Rockstar’s official site. “But a bit more time is needed to ensure that the game is as polished as possible, and to make certain that both Heists and the GTA Online experience are ready to roll out on day one for PC.”
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Linux Gaming is dead they said, Linux Gaming is pointless they said…ah whatever. Here’s a look at what’s to come for us in 2015 and beyond.
The last few updates to Microsoft’s DirectX platform have come with the requirement that you get new hardware to enjoy the benefits, but that’s not going to be the case with DirectX 12. According to Microsoft, DirectX 12 will work with most existing gaming hardware, at least for the most part. Some DX12 features will still need updated GPUs, but all the basic features should work.
Xbox must be looking a bit red faced at the moment as Konami has revealed a significant sales bias for March release Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes. konami’s latest financial report reveals that the game sold three times as many copies on Sony’s PS4 as it did on Xbox One.
Capcom is developing a HD version of the Resident Evil remake that was first released on Nintendo’s GameCube in 2002.
The game will be released digitally for PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC in early 2015. It will feature full 1080p visuals as well as support for 5.1 surround sound audio.
Players will be able to pick between playing in the original 4:1 ratio or switching to 16:9. A classic control style, in addition to a style suited to modern games will be available to choose from.
Developed by Capcom Production Studio 4, the 2002 Resident Evil remake took the seminal PlayStation entry and updated gave it a complete visual overhaul as well as introduced new mechanics and systems from later entries in the series, as well puzzle design tweaks. Lets hope a HD version of Resident Evil 2 is also in the pipeline.
Take a look at the screenshots for Resident Evil HD Remastered below:
Did you notice that Microsoft’s E3 press event was leaning much more towards Xbox and left Windows in the dark—which is to say, it didn’t come up at all. Phil Spencer, the head of Microsoft’s Xbox division and Microsoft Game Studios, has said