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Gaming writer since ages, now Founder and Editor in Chief of Worlds Factory. Clan Leader/Guild Master of La Legione del Drago, clan/guild of heroes jumping from a virtual world to another for the most epic (?) adventures ever seen.

ESRAM Gets 15% Boost With Pix; Vulkan Unlikely To Replace PS4 GNM

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GDC 2015 continues to provide more information on the future of technologies used to create games. Yesterday a bunch of embargoes lifted and finally, developers were able to speak freely on these topics; as usual, Stardock CEO Brad Wardell maintained the promise made to his followers and divulged information, starting with a 15% eSRAM performance [&hellip Read more

Zombie Army Trilogy Giveaway


Good news, zombie lovers! We have partnered with the kind folks at Rebellion in order to give away two Steam keys for their new game, Zombie Army Trilogy (which we’ll be reviewing soon)!  Check out all the details below; in the meantime, here’s an official excerpt on the game: In the dying flames of World War [&hellip Read more

Spencer Teases Most First Party Games On Both XB1 & PC


During a live GDC 2015 session titled The Future of Gaming Across the Microsoft Ecosystem, Phil Spencer reportedly teased that most games by Microsoft Game Studios will eventually be available on both Xbox One and Windows 10 PC; this echoes the statement from official blog Xbox Wire that more major franchises by Microsoft Game Studios would be [&hellip Read more

Evolve Getting Observer Mode Soon, For Free


2K and Turtle Rock Studios announced in a press release that Evolve, the new 4-vs-1 shooter released last month, will get an Observer Mode soon and for free.   This is designed to give players the tools to observe and add commentary to Evolve, and livestream the action of all five players in a match without [&hellip Read more

CD Projekt: The Witcher 3 Ultra Will Be A Slap In The Face

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No one has ever seen The Witcher 3 Ultra settings yet, and from what CD Projekt’s Senior Game Designer Damien Monnier said yesterday, it seems like no one will before release. The good news is that he felt very confident about it, going as far as saying that it will be a “slap on the face” [&hellip Read more

Dev Blown Away By Morpheus, Reports No Delay


GDC 2015 news continue and this time, it’s Sony Computer Entertainment taking the scene with Project Morpheus. The company announced a release window for the hardware (first half of 2016) along with updated specifics of the new prototype (you can read them below, from the official post on PlayStation Blog); there was also an internal [&hellip Read more

Kojima On MGSV: TPP Story, Tech & Mother Base Online


Yesterday we’ve reported that Hideo Kojima‘s latest work in gaming, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, would get a final release date tomorrow. That turned out to be true when the story leaked today, confirming that players will be able to get the game on September 1st worldwide. The date appeared at the very [&hellip Read more

GDC 2015 Notable For PC/PS4/XB1 Fans; Jury Still Out On DX12 XB1 Benefits


In a few hours, the second day of GDC 2015 begins in San Francisco. According to Stardock President & CEO Brad Wardell, this year’s convention should be notable for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 fans regardless of their platform of choice. Whether you're a PC fan or XBO fan or PS4 fan this is [&hellip Read more

MGSV: TPP Announcement To Be About Release Date & Preorder


GDC 2015 is just starting and news are dropping already. Konami officially said via Twitter that IGN will have an exclusive announcement to show on Wednesday about MGSV: TPP (Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain). A major #MGS V TPP announcement is coming soon exclusively on @IGN! T-Minus…. http://t.co/ckNNa6DNpO pic.twitter.com/T2vfFmTVvq — Konami (@Konami) March 2, [&hellip Read more

[RUMOR] Forza PC Might Be Announced @ GDC 2015


GDC 2015 begins today, and while the conference is largely geared towards developers, there are always at least a few exciting announcements about games and technologies. This year, the spotlight is mostly on Microsoft as they fully unveil the capabilities of DirectX 12 and its applications on both Windows 10 and Xbox One. Interestingly, while [&hellip Read more

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