You can dress up as Half-Life’s Gordon Freeman in FFXV on PC

The much-anticipated Windows version of Final Fantasy XV is launching on March 3rd, and when the game does finally hit the platform, it will include a Gordon Freeman-shaped bonus. Today, Square Enix revealed that anyone who purchases the game on Steam, from now until May 1st, will get an in-game costume so that you can dress up lead character Noctis as the bespectacled star of the Half-Life series. The getup includes Freeman’s iconic orange HEV suit and glasses, and, naturally, a crowbar as a weapon. The outfit will also be available in FFXV’s “Comrades” multiplayer expansion. Seeing Noctis in Gordon Freeman cosplay is jarring, but … Continue reading You can dress up as Half-Life’s Gordon Freeman in FFXV on PC

Three New Xbox One Backwards Compatible Games Now Available

Microsoft has added another new batch of games to Xbox One’s backwards compatibility catalogue. Three more Xbox 360 titles are now playable on the current-gen console, including a critically acclaimed shooter from Bayonettadeveloper Platinum Games. Headlining the newest backwards compatible titles is Vanquish, Platinum’s stylish, … Continue reading Three New Xbox One Backwards Compatible Games Now Available

Assassin’s Creed Origins’ new educational mode is a violence-free tour through ancient Egypt

My favorite part of an Assassin’s Creed game isn’t the epic story, or the thrill of running across the rooftops of a huge, bustling city. It’s definitely not all of the neck stabbing. Instead, the moments that really stick with me are … Continue reading Assassin’s Creed Origins’ new educational mode is a violence-free tour through ancient Egypt

The Corsair One gaming PC gets updated with Intel’s latest eighth-gen processors

The Corsair One gaming PC came out last year offering an interesting idea: a gaming PC in the same vein as traditional consoles, meaning it was a preconfigured, prebuilt box that users could expect just to work without any tinkering around with internal parts or power supplies. And now, Corsair is releasing a pair of updated versions of the original Corsair One, boosting the processor to Intel’s latest eighth-generation, six-core Core i7-8700K and bumping up the graphics card from the Nvidia GTX 1080 to the upgraded Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti. There are two versions of the updated Corsair One — the Corsair … Continue reading The Corsair One gaming PC gets updated with Intel’s latest eighth-gen processors