• 'The Evil Within' PC Update Adds FPS Toggle, More Tweaks

    'The Evil Within' PC Update Adds FPS Toggle, More Tweaks

    Bethesda has released a new update for The Evil Within on PC, which introduces several new options to the game. The update adds an option which allows players to toggle between running the game at a 30 FPS cap or a 60 FPS cap. It also adds an option to disable the game's letterbox black bars as well as fix...

  • 'BioShock Infinite Complete Edition' Coming Next Week

    'BioShock Infinite Complete Edition' Coming Next Week

    Take-Two has revealed that BioShock Infinite The Complete Edition will arrive on November 4th in North America and November 7th in the UK. The Complete Edition was revealed last month via online retail listings, however Take-Two has now officially confirmed the game and its contents. It will cost $39.99...

  • Tellem, Levin Depart Microsoft As XES Is Closed

    Tellem, Levin Depart Microsoft As XES Is Closed

    Microsoft has confirmed reports from earlier today, claiming Xbox Entertainment Studios head Nancy Tellem and second in command Jordan Levin have been let go as part of a broader round of layoffs as the studio has been officially closed. "Yes, we can confirm that Xbox Entertainment Studios has closed as pa...

  • Satoru Iwata Returns To Work Following Surgery Recovery

    Satoru Iwata Returns To Work Following Surgery Recovery

    According to Reuters, Nintendo Chief Satoru Iwata has returned to work after recovering from a surgery to remove a tumor from his bile duct. Iwata missed E3 as well as Nintendo's annual shareholders meeting in June while recovering from the surgery. However, Iwata has made his first public appearance since...

  • 'Dying Light' Drops Xbox 360 and PS3 Versions

    'Dying Light' Drops Xbox 360 and PS3 Versions

    Techland has announced on its Facebook page that Dying Light will no longer release for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. "Much of this 'next-gen feel' is tightly connected to the technological side of Dying Light," Techland wrote, in part. "For instance, up to 200,000 objects can be displayed in the game at...

  • Judge Dismisses Noriega's 'Call of Duty' Lawsuit

    Judge Dismisses Noriega's 'Call of Duty' Lawsuit

    A Los Angeles Superior Court judge has approved Activision Blizzard's motion to dismiss the lawsuit brought against it by former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega in July. The lawsuit claimed that Noriega's image was exploited and his reputation was damaged by being included as a minor character in Call o...

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