I remember back in the old AOL days and playing BattleTech Solaris VII – which can be arguably the precursor to the MechWarrior franchise. It was created by a small studio named Kesmai Studios and then it was purchased by Electronic Arts (EA) and subsequently shutdown.
Basically robots duke it out on the battlefield. Up to 4 players can take on the game’s central campaign. You have an AI team unless you have IRL people to take the AI spots.
I liked BattleTech back then – it was simple and straightforward. It seems that Piranha is of the same thought recently. They appear to be returning back to the roots of the genre by possibly including a single [...]
We all know that Sony is working on a new PlayStation 4K, and that Microsoft is hard at work getting their next console together. Console sales continue to decline, and it’s not because of a diminishing AAA game pool. It’s because streaming services are slowly eating market share. The big names behind the hardware realize this and the forthcoming consoles by these manufactures very well could be the last they produce.
No, nobody has come out and officially said: “hey, this is our last console. Get ’em while they’re hot.” However, in a recent interview with Katsuhiro Harada, the Tekken series producer, told the TechTimes, that he [...]
MSI has been hard at work the last quarter. During the period, they have released a number of different tech all attempting to cement the firms position in the gaming hardware arena. Today, MSI released a statement that a series of laptops are the first to be certified by HTC and Intel.
There are currently five of them certified and optimized for the HTC Vive:GT725 6QF Dominator Pro G 29th Anniversary Edition GT725 6QF Dragon Edition G 29th Anniversary Edition GT725 6QF Dominator Pro G Heroes Special Edition GT80S 6QF Titan SLI 29th Anniversary Edition GT80S 6QF Titan SLI Heroes Special Edition
The first three options in that list feature NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX [...]
MSI is no stranger to gaming hardware. They continually attempt to the push the envelope of gaming hardware and increase performance through their products. They recently released pictures and information on their latest Aegis gaming rig, and it is a very forward design. No – literally, it’s a quite forward design as in looks like it’s unbalanced and about the tip over.
The idea behind the design is to create a buffer zone between the power supply and the hardware. This is theory makes it run cooler, and also allows some extra room behind the case to expel heated air. OK – we’ll accept the premise, but the other “design” attributes [...]