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10 Fastballs: R6- Gifu Captain Interview

10 Fastballs: R6- Gifu Captain Interview

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege finals are played in Katowice Poland this weekend on 20-21 of May. We were able to poke the Gifu captain Niklas “Willkey” Ojalainen in the midst of preparations, and throw some fast ones with him. XP4T: For starters to warm up, how are you and how is the team? Willkey: I am just great. Keeping very busy. These few weeks before the finals are always a fine balancing act between work, the game and family. The atmosphere in the team is good and we are confident that this is our season to take the prize home [...]

May 19, 2017 Rousty Inside Siege, 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

The Division: Left Hand Fail

The Division: Left Hand Fail

According to Scientific American, 15% of people are left-handed, and males are twice as likely to be left-handed than females. Also, according to research conducted by Dr. Nick Cherbuin, lefites are better at handling large amounts of stimuli, making them naturally better at playing video games. With this in mind, it’s clear why Ubisoft decided to cater to this segment group by adding the option of switching the keybindings to left-handed. Regretfully, their efforts are in vain. Their solution is to simply offer a streamlined option to remap the keys according to what they THINK southpaws require. This option utilizes [...]

March 17, 2016 PsychoSyd Varia 0

The Division: Fun despite Ubisoft’s best efforts

The Division: Fun despite Ubisoft’s best efforts

In one short week (or less, depending when you read this), the tactical 3rd person shooter/RPG/open world game Tom Clancy’s The Division will be hitting shelves and digital storefronts worldwide. For those of you who’ve been living under a rock for the past four years, here’s the deal. The Division is a curious undertaking. It was originally planned to be more or less a sandbox MMO in the same style as Bungie’s much-maligned Destiny was intended to be, and The Division has been through just as many feature cuts, revisions and delays as Destiny. But it’s still somehow managed to keep the interest of Console and PC gamers alike, [...]

March 3, 2016 Laserus Varia 3

Far Cry Primal PC Requirements

Far Cry Primal PC Requirements

A couple of days ago , Ubisoft announced the PC specs for Far Cry Primal, which will be available on March 1st for PC (and February 23 for PS4 and Xbox One). Below is a full list of the system requirements. It is important to note that Far Cry Primal will ONLY support 64 bit operating systems MINIMUM Supported OS Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (64-bit versions only) Processor Intel Core i3-550 | AMD Phenom II X4 955 or equivalent RAM 4GB Video Card NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 (1GB VRAM) | AMD Radeon HD 5770 (1GB VRAM) or equivalent Hard [...]

January 11, 2016 PsychoSyd Hardware, News 0

Week in Review (2015/Week 05)

Week in Review (2015/Week 05)

Good evening, and here is the XP4T news with your host, Neoheresy. If you’re a Raptr user, make haste to the password change section of your profile as it may have been stolen, as disclosed by Raptr’s CEO. You may also want to mark Valentine’s Day in you calendars, but this time for gaming purposes, as this is exactly when the open beta launched for pedestrian-squashing classic revival, Carmageddon Reincarnation. At XP4T.com, we love it when gamers shows their talents to the world and make something spectacular with the games they they love. That’s why we were particularly happy to see that a group of avid Portal 2 [...]

February 2, 2015 Neoheresy News, Week in Review 0

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

CAN’T F*CKIN’ WAIT: Rainbow Six: Siege

CAN’T F*CKIN’ WAIT: Rainbow Six: Siege

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege is an upcoming first person shooter by Ubisoft., which was announced at E3 in 2014. The game uses Ubisoft’s AnvilNext game engine, and is the first game in theRainbow Six franchise since Rogue Spear not to use Epic’s UnrealEngine. It is considered to be the successor to Tom Clancy’s Rainbow 6: Patriots, which was cancelled. Siege’s multiplayer is a 5-on-5 competitive game in which the terrorist team fortifies a defensible room which the Rainbow operative team then has to breach, with matches typically lasting just three minutes. Players who rescue hostages during hostage missions gain additional points, which encourages teams [...]

December 26, 2014 PsychoSyd CAN'T F*CKIN' WAIT, News 0

Review: Far Cry 4

Review: Far Cry 4

Far Cry 3 was amazing. A wonderful, open world, with hundreds of activities and various ways of approaching every encounter. It had an engaging story and crazy characters on top of all that, and this made it a really unique, refreshing experience. Back when it was released in 2012, we had lots of competent shooters to choose from, including Borderlands 2, a new CoD: Black Ops and the fourth Halo, and every one of them was a solid game that made money and was enjoyed by its fans. But for this reviewer, it was the third Far Cry that owned them [...]

December 23, 2014 revs Reviews 4

Week in Review (2014/Week 50)

Week in Review (2014/Week 50)

Book some time off — HOMM3 HD to debut late next month News of the week, by a long mile. On January 29th, Ubisoft will release an HD version of one of the best strategy games ever made – Heroes of Might And Magic III. The modern-day conversion will be compatible with widescreen resolutions and will include visual tweaks that let you enjoy all 7 campaigns and 50 skirmish maps from the main game (but sadly not the three expansion packs). Additionally, the multiplayer mode will take advantage of Steamworks to make finding people to play with a lot easier. Check it out below. Witch way did [...]

December 15, 2014 Neoheresy News, Week in Review 0