Category: Games

The Future of Mobile Computing by Google – a Video



Google — March 01, 2010 — Eric Schmidt presents Google’s vision of the mobile future at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain on Tuesday, February 16, 2010. http://www.mobileworldcongress.com/

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2010′s Top 10 PC Games


Top 10 of the best in PC games for 2010 as ranked by RealityPOD.com.
10 – Supreme Commander 2

9 – Just Cause 2

8 – The Sims 3: Ambitions

7 – Blur

6 – Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands

5 – Assassin’s Creed 2

4 – Battlefield: Bad Company 2

3 – Bioshock 2

2 – Grand Theft Auto IV: Episodes from Liberty City

1 – Mass Effect 2

FIFA 11 possible Lan solution with proof


FIFA 11 possible Lan solution with proof

Whoever hosts, must not host the game over router. After the game is set people with routers can join. This was debated in tunngle room and I take no credit for this. This is the best solution for now, If anything new comes up, I`ll update the post. Here is the proof. Hosting proof Here …

Dead Rising 2 MSVCR100.dll fix


Dead Rising 2 MSVCR100.dll fix

Easy fix:) Download and install Visual Studio 2010 c++ redistributable. That worked for most people. According to some, changing the sample rate in sound settings may help, but I prefer first option. Here is the link. Additional notes: – No lan available yet – MS Live disabled with skidrow crack – If you like the … Read more

Machinarium, offers $5 amnesty sale to those who pirated their game


Machinarium, offers $5 amnesty sale to those who pirated their game

Adventure game Machinarium focuses their attention to those who pirated the game by offering amnesty sale and a chance to redeem yourself. Game is now available for 5$ (it used to be 20$). Soundtrack included! “We released the game DRM-free which means it doesn’t include any anti-piracy protection, therefore the game doesn’t bother players serial … Read more

Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood Beta Pushed To October, PC Release Hides In Shadows


 

For those of you that are itching to get into the beta for the latest entry in the Assassin’s Creed franchise, I’m afraid I’ve got bad news for you. Ubisoft has officially pushed the release date of the beta test back to October 4th, 2010. Depending on players’ feedback, this gives Ubisoft about 4 weeks to fine tune the multiplayer component to Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood.

For those of you that are itching to get into the beta for the latest entry in the Assassin’s Creed franchise, I’m afraid I’ve got bad news for you. Ubisoft has officially pushed the release date of the beta test back to October 4th, 2010. Depending on players’ feedback, this gives Ubisoft about 4 weeks to fine tune the multiplayer component to Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood. 

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Originally announced to launch on September 13th, the beta will boast a total of nine different assassins (featuring the executioner, courtesan, priest, and doctor), two game modes (Wanted and Alliance), and the maps Rome and Castel Gandolfo. The beta, while exclusive to the PlayStation 3, isn’t limited to any particular version you’ve preordered at Gamestop (or any other retailer for our Euro-Ranters). The “Wanted” game mode sounds like your standard deathmatch fair, as you compete to be the first assassin to achieve the required number of kills. “Alliance” sounds more interesting, as it will have players obtaining and completing kill contracts. Brotherhood’s multiplayer component will support up to eight players at once. 

In a one-two punch of bad news, it seems as if the PC version of Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood will be launching next year. Although Ubisoft Montreal’s Community Developer Gabriel Graziani has been coy on his Twitter account (making a point to note that a PC date has yet to be announced), Ubisoft has traditionally released PC versions of it’s Assassin’s games some four to seven months after the console versions. With that in mind, a 2011 PC release should come as no shock to those who prefer that platform. 

Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood follows the story of Ezio Auditore da Firenze. Not much is known of the plot, but it begins with Ezio’s home being attacked. Originally debuting on the iPhone/iPod touch, Brotherhood will be the second title in the series to ship with a multiplayer component. Being the follow-up to my personal favorite game of last year, Brotherhood‘s been on my radar since it was first announced, and I can’t wait for October to arrive so I can assassinate some templars with my friends. Rest assured, Ranters, you can expect to know our impressions once the beta hits. 

Can’t wait to sink your teeth into the beta? Does multiplayer interest your, or are you more concerned with the exploits of Ezio? What direction do you want Ubisoft to take for the next entry in the franchise? You know what to do — let us know in the comments section. 

Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood launches on November 16th in North America, November 18th in Australia, and November 19th in Europe on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. PC release date is currently unknown