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  1. TheShiper

    RedM

    The creators of FiveM have announced that they are going to release https://redm.gg/ they have not released much information on it and no release date yet other than Late 2019
  2. TheShiper

    RedM

    The creators of FiveM have announced that they are going to release https://redm.gg/ they have not released much information on it and no release date yet other than Late 2019 View full article
  3. HoldenRiot

    Red Dead Redemption 2 is coming to PC

    Rockstar's cowboy adventure out November 5, but the Steam version won't arrive until December. Today, Rockstar finally confirmed the news PC cowboys have been waiting for: Red Dead Redemption 2 will release on PC. Few details were revealed in the announcement, but the studio did commit to a release date of November 5, with special bonuses available to players who pre-purchase through the Rockstar Games Launcher starting October 9th. We've long suspected that Rockstar would bring RDR2 to PC, the same way it eventually sent GTA 5 our way after a period of console exclusivity. There have been a few tells since 2018, too, with minor leaks all pointing to an eventual announcement. The PC version will, according to Rockstar, feature visual and technical improvements, as well as a bunch of new bounties, gang hideouts and weapons. I'm also excited at the prospect of mods. Rockstar hasn't officially supported GTA modding, but that hasn't stopped anyone from sticking Iron Man into the game, creating GTA Online roleplaying mods, and tinkering with the graphics. In addition to the Rockstar Games Launcher, RDR2 will also be available on Epic Games Store, Green Man Gaming and the Humble Store, with pre-orders for those versions available October 23. Here's the surprising thing: the Steam version won't be available until December. Rockstar says more details about Red Dead Redemption 2 PC will come next week. Credit: Andy Chalk
  4. HoldenRiot

    Red Dead Redemption 2 is coming to PC

    Rockstar's cowboy adventure out November 5, but the Steam version won't arrive until December. Today, Rockstar finally confirmed the news PC cowboys have been waiting for: Red Dead Redemption 2 will release on PC. Few details were revealed in the announcement, but the studio did commit to a release date of November 5, with special bonuses available to players who pre-purchase through the Rockstar Games Launcher starting October 9th. We've long suspected that Rockstar would bring RDR2 to PC, the same way it eventually sent GTA 5 our way after a period of console exclusivity. There have been a few tells since 2018, too, with minor leaks all pointing to an eventual announcement. The PC version will, according to Rockstar, feature visual and technical improvements, as well as a bunch of new bounties, gang hideouts and weapons. I'm also excited at the prospect of mods. Rockstar hasn't officially supported GTA modding, but that hasn't stopped anyone from sticking Iron Man into the game, creating GTA Online roleplaying mods, and tinkering with the graphics. In addition to the Rockstar Games Launcher, RDR2 will also be available on Epic Games Store, Green Man Gaming and the Humble Store, with pre-orders for those versions available October 23. Here's the surprising thing: the Steam version won't be available until December. Rockstar says more details about Red Dead Redemption 2 PC will come next week. Credit: Andy Chalk View full article
  5. Origin's On The House has Dead Space available for FREE!! Grab it while you can HERE! Game Description: You are Isaac Clarke, an engineer on the spacecraft USG Ishimura. You're not a warrior. You're not a soldier. You are, however, the last line of defense between the remaining living crew and deadly reanimated corpses. The undead have become Necromorphs; horrific zombie-alien hybrids that won't succumb to traditional means. Fortunately, your offense is equally unique, as the high-powered mining tools at your disposal provide the means to fight against the threat. Game Features: Messy monster slaying. The Necromorphs are unlike any enemies you've seen before. Headshots do about as much damage to them as flicking rubber bands. To survive, you'll need to dismember their insect-like limbs, one at a time. Improvised weapons. There aren't many traditional firearms aboard the Ishimura, but there's plenty of stopping power in Isaac's toolkit. Send horizontal or vertical blasts of energy at enemies with the Plasma Cutter, remotely control a high-speed sawblade with the Disc Ripper, and fill hallways with wide swaths of destruction with the Line Gun. Switch things up with alternate fire modes, and purchase upgrades to increase ammo, power, and reload speed. Real-time attacks. Whatever you do, don’t drop your guard. Everything takes place in real-time. That means any action you take, whether it be reloading or digging through your inventory, gives the Necromorphs a perfect opportunity to attack. This nightmare has just begun and it’s up to get to the bottom of what happened here. System Requirements For Windows XP (SP2) or Vista 2.8 GHz processor or equivalent 1 GB RAM (XP), 2 GB RAM (Vista) NVIDIA GeForce 6800 or better (7300, 7600 GS, and 8500 are below minimum system requirements) ATI X1600 Pro or better (X1300, X1300 Pro and HD2400 are below minimum system requirements) 256MB Video Card and Shader Model 3.0 required The latest version of DirectX 9.0c At least 7.5GB of hard drive space for installation, plus additional space for saved games. NOTE: INTERNET CONNECTION, ONLINE AUTHENTICATION, AND END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT REQUIRED TO PLAY. MORE INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE AT WWW.EA.COM. Integrated Chipsets may experience issues. Please note that attempting to play the game using video hardware that isn’t listed above may result in reduced performance, graphical issues or cause the game to not run at all. Performance Tips: When you run Dead Space for the first time, the game will automatically select the most appropriate options for your graphics card, CPU, and audio card. To improve performance, use the Visuals tab on the Options menu to lower settings to "Medium" or "Low". You can also improve the performance of Dead Space by lowering the resolution the game runs at, to 1024 x 768 or 800 x 600. Dead Space is a real-time 3D game that requires a certain amount of your computer's processing power. Other programs operating in the background can slow it down. For best results, be sure to close any background applications while playing Dead Space.
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