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Will it Run? | Assassin’s Creed: Unity

Will it Run? | Assassin’s Creed: Unity

As part of our ongoing work with PurePC.pl to keep you informed about how well you can expect your rig to run various high-end games, here’s another in the Will it Run? series that aims to provide you with a clear answer to whether or not your PC can cope with Assassins’s Creed:Unity. In this case, however, the answer will most likely not be one you’ll like. AC: Unity was released with a multitude of functional bugs, ranging from busted controls and broken texture loading to the main protagonist clipping though the streets and into an abyss. But perhaps the most flawed aspect of the game is its performance [...]

January 23, 2015 Neoheresy Editorials, Hardware 1

Will it Run? | Dragon Age: Inquisition

Will it Run? | Dragon Age: Inquisition

We’re a friendly bunch at XP4T, and there’s nothing we like better than making new friends (then headshotting them in ARMA or UT when they’re not looking). Our newest friends are top Polish hardware news and review site PurePC , with whom we’ve entered an exciting partnership. (If you’re wondering how the hell an English-language gaming site works with a Polish-language site, just know that a few of us can actually speak that sinister language). As a result, we’ll be sharing PurePC’s findings on how the latest PC games perform on a wide range of GPUs (including some of the latest). We’re doing all of this with one [...]

December 1, 2014 Neoheresy Editorials, Hardware 1

Bullet Run: Teaser

Bullet Run: Teaser

Bullet Run is a soon to be released free-to-play FPS developed by Acony Games,  set in the near future as the ultimate life-or-death TV reality show (did someone say Running Man?  oh wait, maybe they meant Gamer instead). With  hundreds of purchasable upgrades and customizations,  players can reach the top and become the ‘Bullet Run Stars’. Multiple environmental maps give players a variety of episodes to compete in, and the free-to-play ease of entry means you can get to fighting or get to dying with only a few clicks of the mouse “trigger.”  We here at XP4T have been dying to [...]

June 19, 2012 J.J. Costello XP4T Exclusives 0

Run for your life!

Run for your life!

Those pesky zombies gave Alan and Vaughan a run for their money last night!   [...]

May 24, 2012 J.J. Costello Uncategorized 0

Week in Review (2015/Week 04)

Week in Review (2015/Week 04)

16 years later: The Bard’s Tale IV announced Probably the biggest news of last week was the announcement that came on Saturday from inXile‘s CEO Brian Fargo. Ladies and gentlemen, the development of a new Bard’s Tale game is now a fact! Although information on the game so far is rather vague, Fargo confirmed that a Kickstarter campaign would launch soon to allow people to back the project, as happened with inXile’s Wasteland 2 and Torment: Tides of Numenara. In terms of gameplay, the new Bard’s Tale will be a continuation of the original series (which their mediocre 2004 multi-format/mobile effort was [...]

January 26, 2015 Neoheresy News, Week in Review 2

XP4T’s Best and Worst of 2014

XP4T’s Best and Worst of 2014

Greetings, XP4Ts. They say that comparisons are odious, well, what’s really odious are some of the games on this list. We’ve sat down around the Christmas table here at XP4T headquarters and had a good think about our best and worst gaming experiences in 2014. And in the spirit of Christmas sharing, we want to tell you all about it. The only rule our brandy-addled minds could handle in this exercise was that all the games on the list had to actually have been published in 2014. Other than that, the gloves are off for the stinkers, while the good gaming experiences we’ve [...]

December 16, 2014 J.J. Costello Editorials, Varia 4

Week in Review (2015/Week 02)

Week in Review (2015/Week 02)

Beamdog confirm two new games in the works Beamdog have confirmed that they are indeed working on two new games, one of which will act as a bridge between Baldur’s Gate I and BGII. In a blog post released on Thursday, Amber Scott from Beamdog confirmed the developers are waist-deep in making two new games. One of them, going by the code name Adventure Y, will be an RPG set in Faerûn and will tell a story set between Baldur’s Gate I and II, using the classic Infinity Engine. The other game looks to be a product in a different genre than role [...]

December 1, 2014 Neoheresy News, Week in Review 1

Interview with the devs: Decimated

Interview with the devs: Decimated

Decimated is post-apocalyptic multiplayer survival RPG with salvageable cryptocurrency with is currently in development. We sat down with the Stephen Espion, who is the Creative Director of the project and the CEO of Fracture Labs XP4T: So, hi and thanks for taking the time to talk to us! First of all, could you please introduce yourselves and tell us a little bit more about the studio? ESPION: Thanks for having us! We are a new video game studio based in Malta, Europe, who are creating a post-apocalyptic online survival game with a blockchain based economy. Our team is made up [...]

July 6, 2018 J.J. Costello Editorials, Interviews 0

Tom Clancy´s Rainbow Six Siege Pro League: 3rd place seed Playing Ducks vs gBots

Tom Clancy´s Rainbow Six Siege Pro League: 3rd place seed Playing Ducks vs gBots

The first match of the day was Playing Ducks facing off with gBots for the third and final spot in the Katowice LAN finals. This was something I anticipated to be a very precise and careful display of gameplay from both teams to secure the coveted spot on the plane to Poland. Both teams had suffered only one loss during the regular season which was actually to the teams facing off for the 1st and 2nd seed, Penta and Gifu later after the match covered in here. The same fate was waiting for them again in the playoffs with the [...]

May 5, 2017 Rousty Inside Siege 0

Review: Lara Croft GO (Plus: Happy Holidays!)

Review: Lara Croft GO (Plus: Happy Holidays!)

Greetings, XP4Ts. There’s less than a week to go before Christmas/Hanukkah/Festivus etc, and also that universal celebration of December gaming known as the Steam Winter Sale (22/12-04/01). I’m sitting here late on a Saturday night, relaxing with Lara Croft GO, which was released just this month by Squeenix’s Montréal, Canada branch. And as I sit here thrilling at my tiny, perfect, polygonal Lara, it occurs to me that I opened this year on XP4T with a review of Rise of The Tomb Raider and a bit of a flap about Tomb Raider (2013). So what better way to close the [...]

December 19, 2016 Neurotic Reviews 0