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  1. This seems like a nice feature as the standard UWP applications are so locked down and opaque and difficult to modify.
  2. This is something we are aware of and we are working with Skip to help resolve - we will be ready to write a news article soon once our plans are in place. In the meantime please feel free to make submissions of your own on our News section. We are opent o writing up things like dgVoodoo update which was a couple of weeks ago - but there doesn't seem to be a changelog, what's changed exactly?
  3. I can't believe Super Monkey Ball has never come to the PC before, especially considering Sega have done a good job with PC ports lately of their Japanese games. Console release date is October 29th 2019, hopefully we'll see the PC version come out around the same time.
  4. The people who made this change.org petition to release Tetris Effect on Steam are gonna be seriously disappointed!
  5. 90 FPS is such an arbitrary cap, it's not like there are any monitors that run at 90 Hz. At least cap it something sensibile like 120 Hz or 144 Hz.
  6. The actual trailer and gameplay for this looks fantastic. I don't fancy doing another playthrough of SC1 but it looks like such a fresh coat of paint:
  7. Classic games The Lion King (1994) and Disney's Aladdin (1993) have been delisted from Steam without so much as a word. Thankfully GOG.com have given a short warning of just over 24 hours in this forum post announcement : Another Disney game, The Jungle Book, has been delisted from Steam but still available from GOG.com - who knows if more Disney games will be delisted in the future?
  8. I'm not 100% convinced that the PC Digital Download logo means Epic but it certainly looks really similar.
  9. I'm quite a big fan of Attack on Titan and really enjoy the anime. I've been keeping my eye out on the PC game for quite a while, however it is quite clear that they are taking the piss with the pricing model for this game. Some background: Attack on Titan 1 was released in August 2016. Attack on Titan 2 was released in March 2018. AOT1 does get 50% sales every now and then. However, from what I've read, AOT2 is basically AOT1 with some additional content (and some first person character changes) and makes AOT1 completely redundant. Furthermore AOT2 is basically full price game (£54.99) with the only sale being August 2018 (30% off on Steam) thus far. On July 5th 2019, they have just released AOT2 DLC called 'Final Battle' which basically covers the entire 3rd season anime content. It's being sold for an eye watering £34.99, which is virtually a 'full priced' game in and of itself. Of course as PC gamers we expect deep discounts every now and then but we are certainly not entitled to them. If Koei Tecmo want to never deep discount then that's perfectly within their remit. However this pricing structure is basically taking the piss, the cost for the full experience on Steam are: AOT 1: £49.99 AOT 2: £54.99 Final Battle DLC: £34.99 Total: £139.97 If you bought AOT1, AOT2 and the DLC - this in total might make up the content of 1.5 of a 'full' game.
  10. I ended up getting a GTX 1070 Mini from Zotac - I initially purchased for £299.99 but then it dropped down to £249.99 which was incredible value. However it's still not quite driving 3440x1440 as well as I'd liked, in Apex Legends it doesn't quite hold 75FPS on medium settings at 3440x1440. I'm probably expecting too much from a sub-£300 card, and I'm already keeping my eye out for an upgrade! GPU prices are still insanely high though.
  11. @BloodTiger has kindly uploaded his autosave disabler here: I'm unsure how this could be added to the main wiki page as I haven't played the game and not sure what disabling the autosave achieves exactly: https://pcgamingwiki.com/wiki/Need_for_Speed_(2016)
  12. I suppose it's good that a backlash has achieved the desired result, I can't imagine a 'better' outcome even if the publisher never really cared beyond the backlash.
  13. Twitter user @JackoMako51 has found mentions of "RDR2_PC_Accomplishments" and other mentioned of Red Dead Redemption 2 in the code as part of the Rockstar Games Social Club, see this tweet: No one is really surprised that Red Dead Redemption 2 is being ported to PC, given that Grand Theft Auto V is one of the highest selling games on Steam. However we still await to hear exactly which platforms it will be available on and whether Rockstar will follow suit and release on Steam or make the game exclusive to other platforms.
  14. Andytizer

    Proposal: Add Communities Sub Section

    PCGamingWiki in 2012 was initially envisioned as a technical-only website providing only quantitative data on fixes, and we have been strict on enforcing this for the last 7 years. Partly this was to keep our concept pure and make it easy to attract new editors. Another reason for this was being somewhat unsure of how we could moderate qualitative content - we already have substantial amount of arguments and edit wars about fairly straightfoward technical things! However there is nothing in about 'PCGamingWiki' which limits itself to only fixes - we can potentially cover anything useful to the average PC gamer. In our Discord chats, I am always amazed about the amount of information about games that we collectively know and discuss, but cannot fit into our narrow single-row settings templates. There are plans in the future to expand our remit substantially to cover more qualitative content and become more of a one stop shop for everything PC gaming. This is likely to include a Community section somewhere on the page. This probably won't be at the very top, but would be slotted in between other future headers - like 'port history', 'engine', 'reception', 'gameplay', etc. As with everything on PCGamingWiki, changes like this need to be done over time, as each policy has ramifications over all 37,000 of our current articles. However a Community section, and other sections are on our radar. I believe that eventually becoming the 'one stop shop' could catapult PCGW as the #1 resource for everything PC gaming - potentially even the top search result for every PC game. This in turn will expand our editor base substantially, making it possible to finally have the manpower to fix every single PC game, past and future.
  15. Andytizer

    Apex Legends Season 2 launches July 2nd

    I admit I am currently playing a lot of Apex Legends (nearly 200 hours) and bought the Season 1 pass which I'm very happy with! Looking forward to the map changes and the new legend.