GameSpy has gone live with the first part of a 101 Free Games of 2012 feature. RPG, adventure and strategy games are offered in this initial round up, with puzzle and arcade due tomorrow; sidescrollers, platformers, versus battlers and WTF will follow. It’s also got links to previous year’s offerings, courtesy of recently-adopted sister site 1UP, resulting in a whopping number of freebies. Go forth and enjoy; browser, Mac, PC and even Linux titles are yours for the taking. Your productivity is sure to suffer as a result, but in the best way.
Yesterday, Microsoft kicked off Gamescom 2017 with its own 90-minute live stream, detailing the company’s plans for the latter half of the year and the first half of 2018. The most notable thing to emerge from this particular event, however, was the official unveiling of a couple of brand new Xbox One consoles headed your […]
Forza 7 developer Turn 10 has posted updated minimum PC specifications for the game, and confirmed a long list of supported peripherals.
The newest patch for Horizon Zero Dawn added a difficulty setting designed for those who don’t want to worry about the combat.
101 Free Games Of 2012
Ziff-Davis recently purchased IGN and all its properties, which includes 1up, GameSpy and UGO, and today they’ve set about restructuring the whole place, leaving behind many casualties.
News Corp. is in the process of closing a deal with Ziff Davis over the sale of IGN, according to All Things Digital.
Several Capcom titles will be affected by the Gamespy server shutdown, but the publisher has plans to save most of them.
EA issues update regarding affected GameSpy titles, promises "investigating community-supported options"
EA has issued an update following this morning’s confirmation that 50 of its titles will lose multiplayer and online functionality when GameSpy shuts down in June.