After an annoying delay, the much-hyped multiplayer shooter Evolve is nearly upon us. Which leads to a more immediate question for all us PC gamers: will we be able to run the thing? Well, the game's developer released its official specs today. And while they're sorta steep, they're certainly not insurmountable.
Yesterday, posts started popping up on places like the ever-popular gaming forum NeoGAF that claimed to have the official PC specs for the upcoming zombie game Dying Light. These were noteworthy because they made the game's system requirements sound insane. We can all calm down, though, because they weren't accurate.
There are certain games that just feel like they're meant to be played on a PC. Far Cry has always been one of those games—for me, at least. If you're in the same camp, Ubisoft dropped some useful info about the game's technical requirements today. Turns out the yak farm will cost you in more ways than one!
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's PC system requirements have now been revealed on the game's Steam page. Unsurprisingly, the game is a meaty one—requiring 55 GB of free hard drive space and 6GB of RAM for its minimum requirements. Read the full list of specs below.
Xbox One launch title Ryse: Son of Rome was noteworthy for its amazing visuals, its extreme gore, and the amazing visual fidelity with which its extreme gore was rendered on Microsoft's new console. Given the categories PC games normally excel in, its upcoming port must look even snazzier than the original, right?
Despite lingering tensions between AMD and Nvidia over the latter's close relationship with major game developers, Ubisoft is extending its partnership with Nvidia to cover its biggest upcoming PC titles.
Rejoice, computer gaming Tomb Raider fans—when Lara returns to her home turf this March she'll be bringing along a treasure trove of PC-centric bells and whistles that'll make the console versions look downright sad in comparison. Let's see if your system has the juice to run them.
Eurogamer has figured out just how powerful the Wii U is, and they explain why it doesn't really matter anyway.
Tim Schafer's the three-million-dollar man, thanks to a record-breaking Kickstarter his Double Fine development studio launched to fund a new adventure game. While work should be starting soon on that crowd-funded creation, the respected designer showed off a project that probably won't ever happen at a lecture last…
With only a few short weeks before Christmas, Razer prepares to take preorders on their dedicated gaming laptop, the Razer Blade. Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan explains what's changed since the "world's first true gaming laptop" was revealed in August, and talks about the Army origins of the laptop's sleek and sexy design.