Quantum Break PC Requirements Announced, Free With Xbox One Version

Quantum Break developer Remedy has released the system requirements for playing the game when it hits Windows 10 PCs on April 5. Here’s what you’ll need to get the most out of this Windows 10 PC title. Quantum Break Minimum Requirements: OS: Windows 10 (64-bit) DirectX: DirectX 12 CPU: Intel Core i5-4460, 2.70GHz or AMD FX-6300 GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX ... Read More »

Xbox One Exclusives Gears of War 4, Scalebound Coming to Windows 10 PC: Report

Hours after German site Game Star confirmed that once Xbox One exclusive Quantum Break is coming to Windows 10 PC, it seems that Microsoft will be bringing more of its exclusives to the platform. According to Gamespot, Gears of War 4, ReCore, Scalebound, and Fable Legends are coming to Windows 10 PC as well. While ReCore and Fable Legends were ... Read More »

Hacking Group Chief Says Close to Breaking Encryption Used by Popular Games Like FIFA 16

In a complete volte-face, Chinese hacking group 3DM has announced that it is close to breaking the games industry’s copy-protection tech of choice, Denuvo. “3DM will soon announce that we have a solution to the latest Denuvo encryption used on games including ‘FIFA 16’, ‘Just Cause 3’, and ‘Tomb Raider: The Rise'[Rise of the Tomb Raider],” says 3DM leader Bird ... Read More »

Quantum Break Coming to Windows 10 PC and Xbox One on the Same Day

Yes, you read right. The anticipated third-person time-manipulating shooter will be gracing Windows 10 PCs on the same day. The news comes via German website Game Star that was at a preview event for the game. It was revealed to hit Windows 10 PCs on April 5, which is the game’s release date for the Xbox One by its developer, ... Read More »

The FBI Made a Terrible Game for Teens to Protect Them From Extremists

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), USA’s top body for domestic security and law enforcement, has unveiled a new project – “Don’t Be a Puppet” – in a bid to protect teens from “violent extremists”. And as part of the interactive website, the bureau commissioned a top-down game featuring a goat. Called “Slippery Slope”, players must use left and right ... Read More »

Amazon Lumberyard Terms and Conditions Foretell a Zombie Apocalypse

With Amazon launching its AAA game engine, Lumberyard, there’s the usual dose of legal documentation, ostensibly to ensure both developers and Jeff Bezos’ company have every possibility taken care of. And while most service terms are dull, dry, and for a lack of a better term, sleep-inducing, there’s one particular sliver of information in Lumberyard’s service terms (which falls under ... Read More »

Rocket League Kicks Off February 17 on Xbox One

Rocket League is finally coming to the Xbox One next Wednesday – and it will cost $19.99 (approx. Rs. 1,360), game developer Psyonix announced in a blog post on Xbox Wire. The game’s announcement for Microsoft’s current-gen console system was made back in December, and with the release just a week away, Xbox One owners will surely start to salivate. ... Read More »

Amkette Evo Gamepad Pro 2 for Android Smartphones Launched at Rs. 2,899

If you liked the Evo Gamepad Pro, you might find Amkette’s new offering interesting. The Indian electronics company announced on Tuesday the launch of the Evo Gamepad Pro 2. The highlights of the new gamepad, which works with Android smartphones, is the inclusion of media control buttons and an improved design. The Evo Gamepad Pro 2 is available for purchase ... Read More »

Amazon Lumberyard Is a Free Triple-A Game Engine for Everyone

American e-commerce titan Amazon has released a free cross-platform game engine for aspiring and existing developers which will easily link with existing Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud infrastructure and its own live streaming video platform, Twitch. Called Amazon Lumberyard, the new game engine is capable of producing AAA games, and is being offered free of cost: no upfront payment, no ... Read More »

Red Dead Redemption’s Appearance on Xbox One Was a Mistake: Microsoft

Red Dead Redemption, the open-world western video game, had become available as a backwards compatible title for the Xbox One over the weekend despite no official announcement. It seems that was an error on Microsoft’s part, and the company clarified that in a statement on Monday. “Microsoft tests all Xbox 360 games with our emulator to ensure a quality experience ... Read More »