Today at Minecon 2015, Mojang and Microsoft announced Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition. Not only did they announce this "new" version of the game, but they also revealed that a beta for the game will begin on July 29, the day that Windows 10 starts to roll out.
If you’re one of the 20 million(!) players who have the PC edition of Minecraft
The Gun Mettle Update for Team Fortress 2 was detailed tonight by Valve and if you like the campaign system for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, then you're going to love this. For $5.99 (USD), you can embark on a three month long campaign for TF2. You pay actual money to participate in a bunch of skill-based contracts that dish out some sweet rewards such as unique weapon skins and cases.
Hey, you don't want to spend $6? No problem. Valve has a big batch of content and update ready to go for the tightwads of the gaming world as well. Tomorrow, when this whole thing kicks off, there will be three new community maps, a new Valve maps, new taunts, and a metric ton of gameplay changes and adjustments. Let's first start with the Gun Mettle Campaign info.
The Uncharted 4 demo that was shown off during Sony's E3 2015 conference was pretty good, but they didn't show off the whole thing. Finally today, Sony and Naughty Dog showed off the full 15 minute demo for the game from E3. The
We'll file this one under "rumor" even though it makes a whole hell of a lot of sense. Some sources near to Kotaku said that Warner Bros. knew how bad the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight was for months but still decided to release it when they did.