Home • PC Game News • Deals • 7 Jamie Wallace Contributor 15th November 2017 / 5:00PM Once more, we’ve made it to the very middle section of the week – right there in between a weekend and another weekend. What better time to indulge in some digital video game niceness? Incidentally, this also happens to be the week before the international commerce festival that is Black Friday 2017. We’ve already got a guide to the best PC gaming Black Friday stuff on the site, take a look at that and maybe bookmark it, why don’t you. Before that all unfolds, there is already a batch of fairly nice deals on digital downloads available right here on the good ship Internet. So, consider this another convenient mid-week digital deals roundup if you like. Let’s get to it, shall we? Humble Care Package Bundle Humble has gone and put together one of its best bundles in a very long time, featuring Darkest Dungeon, Stardew Valley, Her Story, … [Read more...] about Digital deals so far this week
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By Kofi Outlaw - January 29, 2019 04:03 pm EST Share 0 Comments 0 Dragon Ball Super: Broly is setting new records for both the franchise and anime movies in general - and it's managing to re-invent the Dragon Ball franchise along the way. Since Broly hit US theaters, we've been steadily breaking down all of the different Dragon Ball franchise retcons that occur within the film, via characters like Bardock, Gogeta, and Broly himself. But there's still one big-picture question we need to address: How, exactly, does Dragon Ball Super: Broly expand the anime's official canon? There are quite a few pieces to that answer, it turns out, and we've broken them down for you, below! Slide 1 of 10Freeza Force OriginFreeza and his army the Freeza Force have been part of Dragon Ball ever since the early days of Dragon Ball Z, but in Dragon Ball Super: Broly we actually get to see a pivotal moment in the group's formation. Broly … [Read more...] about How Does ‘Dragon Ball Super: Broly’ Expand the Anime’s Canon?
THE PCG Q&AFind all previous editions of the PCG Q&A here. Some highlights:Has Half-Life: Alyx made you want to buy a VR headset?What's the best prison escape in a game?Has a game ever made you rethink your moral code?There are plenty of examples of government sims that turn politics into game mechanics—Democracy, Crusader Kings 2, whichever one of the Tropico series is the good one. If you want to govern, games have you covered.Politics is about who has power, and how much, and over who. So politics in games can go beyond the simulation of diplomacy and decision-making to also investigate how the balance of power affects the lives of our characters in other genres, whether it's imaginary factions they choose to support or their communities telling them how to live.From Fallout: New Vegas to Life is Strange, the fingerprints of politics are all over games. Which brings us to our weekend question: What's a game that handles politics well? Here are some of our … [Read more...] about What’s a game that handles politics well?
By Russ Burlingame - December 7, 2019 07:43 pm EST Share 0 Comments 0 DC has provided ComicBook.com with an exclusive preview of Superman #18, out on Wednesday from writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Ivan Reis. The issue features a press conference in which he reveals to the world that he is Clark Kent. The issue is one of those rare comics events that has broken into the mainstream news conversation, with both comic fans and non-readers talking about the ramifications of Superman revealing his identity to the public in the modern age. It also seems to be an idea that Bendis has had since very early in his run -- or perhaps before he even started. During one of our earliest conversations with Bendis, before The Man of Steel was even published, he suggested that his longer-term plans for Superman would put him at the center of the comics discourse and shift his role in the DC Universe as a whole. This story certainly seems to be aimed at doing both. "I … [Read more...] about “The Truth” is Out in An Exclusive Preview of Superman #18 From Bendis and Reis
Home • PC Game Hardware • 56 The GeForce is strong in this one Katharine Castle Hardware Editor 23rd January 2018 / 6:00PM Cloud gaming has become a bit of a dirty word these days. There have been plenty of people who have tried their hand at it over the years, promising high-end, lag-free gaming without the need for all that bulky, costly hardware, but most (*cough*Gaikai*cough*OnLive*cough*) have ended up on that age-old trash heap of crushed dreams and broken promises, their meagre uptake prompting them to disappear back into the ether almost as quickly as they appeared. This time, though, Nvidia might have finally cracked it, as the beta for their GeForce Now streaming service has finally arrived on PC in Europe and North America. It’s free, uses your very own game library and their respective cloud saves, and, whisper it, it’s actually pretty good. So rejoice all you laptop and creaking PC people whose rigs would probably faint at even the … [Read more...] about Nvidia’s GeForce Now PC beta is much better at cloud gaming than you think