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Up For Debate - What's Your Retro Gaming Setup?
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While we’re usually preoccupied with what’s right around the corner, there’s a huge world of retro games out there just begging to be dug into. There are thousands upon thousands of older games, from stone-cold classics to landfill-filling turds. For anyone with even a passing interest in the theory of games though, and how we got to where we are now, it can be fascinating to crawl through these classic games and witness the birth of entire genres, mechanics, and gameplay refinements.
The 5 Most Demanding Games Still to Come to PC in 2018
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It's crunch time and the holiday season is bearing down upon is. We've got a two-pronged attack going on in the second half of 2018 - we've got a powerful new generation of graphics cards from Nvidia ready to drop, and we've also got the latest AAA blockbusters to test them out on. But what are likely to be the most demanding PC games set to release throughout the rest of 2018? Let's find out...
Last month there was so little out that it wasn't even worth making an indies list. In August, it's indies galore. And yes, I know I'm stretching the definition of indie with We Happy Few, from the now-Microsoft-owned Compulsion Games, but it began life as a Kickstarter project so it's a close-run thing.
We’ve all been there. The crushing, unmistakable sense of dread as we realise the enormity of what we’ve lost. Dozens, perhaps hundreds, of hours of progress, lost in the blink of an eye. One accidental clear-up, or one stupidly timed quick save, and all is lost.
We live in a world where there are more games releasing than ever before. And the games that do come out are also capturing our interest for longer, developers giving updates like candy as they all seek to compete for our limited time. Just look at Steam these days and you’ll see around 40 games launching each and every day. The vast majority look terrible but there’s always one or two decent looking games every day you look.
Right now here in the UK, we’re slap bang in the middle of the biggest heatwave since the asteroid hit the dinosaurs. The pavement on my walk home is actually melting. We’re notoriously ill-equipped to deal with it as well. Air conditioning is practically non-existent and our homes are built to keep the heat in, creating this throbbing heat effect that peaks at about 2am.
Sega has said it’s been enjoying unprecedented growth in the success of its Japanese-centric titles on PC. They’re one of many Japanese publishers that has increasingly found a home on Steam, and now you’re just as likely to find a Japanese title launching on PC as you would the PlayStation 4.
After a fairly fun gaming year so far, I started thinking about the sorts of games I had played in 2018. One thing struck me. New graphics cards, with ever increasing performance and prices were being released, but this continued trend did not seem to equate to an increase in massive game visuals. There just dont seem to be the big hitting graphical improvements that there once were.
Square Enix has dropped the briefest of new gameplay trailers for Shadow of the Tomb Raider, showcasing all the various traversal moves at Lara Croft’s disposal. This includes rock climbing, grappling, rope swinging, and that nifty moved they nicked from Prince of Persia where you use a vine to run along a wall.
The more we hear about Monster Hunter World, the more we understand that it’s going to be no slouch in terms of pushing our PCs to their limits. Last time out we heard that even a GeForce GTX 1080 could struggle to max out MonHun World at 1440p screen resolution, and now Capcom is attempting to explain just why Monster Hunter World is also so CPU-dependent.
The Biggest Games Coming Out In August 2018
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After a tepid July, we're back with a bang in August. There's a huge list of must-have games developing, both from the AAA publishers and the indie sphere. In terms of the absolute biggest, there is a quartet of games coming to PC during the next month that we don't normally see on the platform at all.