Gadgets 360 says: "However, what you do get is the most polished version of PUBG thus far. It outshines PUBG on the PC where it counts, with a consistent frame rate and slick controls. All of this results in a game that, while still in development, feels like early access done right."
Fin writes: "kami is a very weird game indeed - amassing many re-releases on various platforms across Playstation and Nintendo consoles ever since its release on the PS2 in 2006, where it received critical acclaim. But it has never come to our beloved Xbox - until now."
Neil writes: "They may have already appeared with a number of tracks in Rocksmith, but that's not going to stop Alice in Chains from coming back for an encore and this week's downloadable content sees another five tunes from the American rockers hit the game."
Invader Studios would like to announce that thanks to Reallusions iClone Faceware Facial Mocap, Daymare: 1998 will be more cinematographic than ever as this animation technology has enabled us to streamline the production of our first, third person survival horror IP.
Frozenbyte has a history of making high-quality cooperative gaming experiences. Set in the same world as their fantastic Trine series, Nine Parchments will have you and a few friends unleashing magic on plenty of dastardly creatures. Let's check it out.
Short Pause: "In the video version of this week's show, Brent, Ben, and Bender get together to discuss their impressions of Destiny 2's Curse of Osiris expansion, the return of Mega Man, everything we saw at the Game Awards and PlayStation Experience this past weekend, this week's new releases, and lots more!"
Neil writes: "You may have heard of Beholder - probably because since late 2016 it's become a bit of a hit over on Steam. Now though Curve Digital have decided to take things to the next level by dropping it onto Xbox One and PS4."
Capcom has released the fourth patch for Resident Evil 7. According to the release notes, this new update adds HDR support for AMDs graphics cards, as well as support for the free content update, Not A Hero Campaign.
As the year comes to an end, it's time to talk about how the big three, Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft. How each console brand has fared this year. It's Sony's turn with the PlayStation 4. With new hardware from competitors with the Nintendo Switch, and more importantly the Xbox One X. How has Sony, not just stayed competitive, but also still find its way on top of the pack in 2017. What the success of the PlayStation 4 means for the future of gaming.
If youre wondering on how the strongest console on Earth can handle PUBG then this video may come in handy.
Its still in Preview Access phase so visible animation drops hopefully will be eliminated. How do you like the game presentation so far?
2017 has been a barn burner â€“ outperforming even the rosiest expectations. New titles and massively improved iterations alike have been hitting hard one after the other, and we'd like to take this opportunity to call out the very best tech we've seen in the last 12 months.