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PC Reports are a series of quick first impressions regarding the technical aspects of a PC game. This report was written by PCGamingWiki contributor RaTcHeT302. For an up to date account of Deus Ex: The Fall fixes and improvements, please visit its respective PCGamingWiki article.

 

Deus Ex: The Fall was originally released as a tablet and mobile game, being the fourth game in the Deus Ex series, developed by Eidos Montreal along with N-Fusion Interactive and published by Square Enix.

 

The game was later re-released on March 18, 2014 for Windows and is available on Steam as a digital release.

PC Reports are a series of quick first impressions regarding the technical aspects of a PC game. This report was written by PCGamingWiki contributor Dillon and edited by Andytizer. Valuable assistance was provided by RaTcHeT302 and LDK and the PCGamingWiki community. For an up to date account of Watch Dogs fixes and improvements, please visit its respective PCGamingWiki article.

 

Watch_Dogs is the latest city romp from Ubisoft Montreal, a fresh IP from a familiar friend (or foe, for the cynical). It uses an entirely new, in-house engine made specifically for Watch Dogs named Disrupt. It has a few bits from previous engines AnvilNext (Assassin's creed) and Dunia (Far Cry 2 & 3), so if safe to say that Ubisoft are more than familiar with their tools at hand. In this PC Report, we'll be looking at performance, image quality and quality of the controls and input.

Players looking forward to experiencing Watch Dogs on PC on launch day will be disappointed to find that it's currently impossible to login to the game at all.

 

Uplay is required to launch the game, and those currently attempting to connect will be faced with the above "Login failed" screen as Uplay authentication servers are being hammered by the usual launch day problems.

PC Reports are a series of quick first impressions regarding the technical aspects of a PC game. This report was written by PCGamingWiki contributor RaTcHeT302 and edited by Andytizer. For an up to date account of Wolfenstein: The New Order fixes and improvements, please visit its respective PCGamingWiki article.

 

Wolfenstein: The New Order is the eighth game in the Wolfenstein series, brought by MachineGames and published by Bethesda. Technically, the game shares quite a few similarities with RAGE, another game running on the id Tech 5 engine, and it is also plagued by some of the same core issues such as frequent texture pop-ins and a generally rather poor performance on AMD systems.

 

The game was released on May 20, 2014 for Windows and is available on Steam as a digital release.

PC Report: Dark Souls 2

By LDK, in PC reports,

PC Reports are a series of quick first impressions regarding the technical aspects of a PC game. This report was written by PCGamingWiki contributor LDK. For an up to date account of Dark Souls 2 fixes and improvements, please visit its respective PCGamingWiki article.

 

Dark Souls 2 is third installment of the "Souls" series but only second game on PC platform. First Souls game on the PC, Dark Souls, has been very rushed port with some controversial limitations, locked 720p resolution, locked framerate and awful mouse and keyboard support. Developer From Software promised proper PC version of Dark Souls, we are going to look, if they succeeded this time.

 

Dark Souls 2 was released on April 25, 2014 for Windows and is available through several digital distribution channels.

PC Report guide

By LDK, in PC reports,

This article is a rough guide on how to write PC Report articles. Here you'll find information about proper article structure, benchmarking process, screenshots, graphs and more. Also this should be taken only as a guide and not set of rules. Write the article as you like, just make sure it properly describes quality of a game port.

Humble Store announced that regional pricing has now been introduced for Euro and British territories. Whilst this isn't a shock in itself (and something that Green Man Gaming implemented recently) it is surprising to see that prices mostly match Steam's regional pricing, which means that European and British users will be charged anything up to 30% more than what they used to pay under the US dollar pricing.


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