Tomorrow the new Dark Souls 2 game launches on PC and to mark its arrival on computer systems its developers From Software, have released a new trailer to whet your appetite for the game and storyline you can expect to enjoy as you battle your way through its world of foes.
Dark Souls 2 launched for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on March 11th 2014 and offers an unforgiving gameplay style in an action role-playing video game set in an open world environment .
You may not realize this, but Titanfall for the Xbox 360 is not made by Respawn. The Xbox 360 port of the game was handled by Bluepoint. It looks like they have done a pretty good job with the Xbox 360 version of the game, if you ask us.
However, because of this, the Xbox 360 version of the game will get its updates after the Xbox One and the PC version of the game. No one should be surprised by this, but Respawn Entertainment has confirmed the news on their website. So now we know.
Respawn says that, “Updates for the Xbox 360 will naturally follow behind similar updates for the PC and Xbox One. This timing difference is due to the same reasons that more time was needed to finish Titanfall for the Xbox 360.”
They also added, “Respawn must first finish their additions and improvements for the Xbox One and PC, and afterwards Bluepoint can then grab the latest and update the Xbox 360 version. We’re working with Respawn and Bluepoint to streamline the process and close the gap, allowing Xbox 360 updates to be published as closely as possible to Respawn’s updates.”
While sales of computers have slid over the last few years, small companies that make custom computers have grown. The dividing line between those who care about PC performance and those who don’t is more distinct than ever. Specialists like Falcon Northwest, Origin and Digital Storm are where it’s at.
Buying a customized PC isn’t the same as buying an off-the-shelf model, however. While you don’t build the system yourself, you are responsible for picking the components, and a mistake could mean spending hundreds, even thousands, more than necessary. Here’s what you should know before you take your system through checkout.
Chances are, if you’re thinking about building a desktop PC, you have probably owned one in the past. If your old system is still hanging around in a closet or basement somewhere, you can likely make