Microsoft has posted the latest Xbox Live Deals with Gold offerings, and there are three other sales this week: an Activision Publisher Sale, Spotlight deals, and a massive DLC sale. Xbox Live Deals with Gold this week include Mordheim: City of the Damned, Onrush, The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset, Star Wars Battlefront 2, WWE 2K18, and plenty more. The Activision sale is mainly devoted to Call of Duty titles such as Black Ops 3 and Call of Duty: WW2, but there are a few other offerings in there as well. Spotlight discounts are a bit slim this week, but the excellent Death Road to Canada is 20% off, Battlefield 1 is 85% off, and of course the Apocalypse, China Rising, and Naval Strike DLCs for Battlefield 1 and Battlefield 4 are currently free. Those looking for a discount on DLC have a massive list to go through. Titles with add-on discounts through the sale include select Battlefield titles, Dead by Daylight, Destiny 2, GTA 5, Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite, Life is Strange: Before … [Read more...] about Xbox Live Deals with Gold: Ghost Recon Wildlands, Call of Duty: WW2, massive Add-On sale, more
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When you're doing your millionth daily quest, grinding for a particular item or just playing on autopilot, a game can suddenly go from being enjoyable to a weird obligation. It can feel a little bit like having a job, even when it's a game you otherwise love playing.Here, we share our experiences of that. Has a game ever felt like it's become a job to you? Let us know your answers in the comments. The PCG Q&AFind previous editions of the PC Gamer Q&A here. Here are some highlights:What's the most unpopular gaming opinion you're willing to stand by?Do FPS games still need a singleplayer campaign?What's your favorite non-violent game?Joe Donnelly: every instalment of Football ManagerMe, every October: "I'm going to give Football Manager a miss this year. It takes up too much of my time."Me, every November: "THAT WAS NEVER A PENALTY REF, YOU @#!$"I've been playing Football Manager since its mid-'90s Championship Manager days. I play it all year round, but I'm most invested at … [Read more...] about Has a game ever felt like it’s become your job?
Junior detective Chris Cone responds to a fight call in a remote north part of Los Santos on a slow Saturday night. He’s been dispatched to dozens of fight calls before, and typically they turn out to be nonevents — nobody is present, or it’s just an accident that gets quickly resolved. He rides with his fiancée, paramedic Renee Loire. It’s nice to have some company on the drive, he says, and if someone is hurt, Loire will be there to patch them up. Cone pulls his car up to the ping on the map, and is immediately met with a hail of gunfire that rips into the vehicle. He’s down. The last thing he sees is his fiancée, running for her life — before she is gunned down as well. The ambush was set by The Condemned, the largest motorcycle gang in the city. Cone knows who killed him, but can’t act. Doing so would break the roleplay, which is a bannable offense. The attack leaves him angry and confused. “Why?” he says on his … [Read more...] about The life of a Grand Theft Auto role-player
Here are our picks for the absolute best PS4 games. From blockbusters to indies, action roller-coasters to contemplative explorations, these are the best games available right now for Sony’s PlayStation 4, as selected by the voracious gamers of VG247. We’ll be checking back in with new games on the regular, as old favourites are retired and new challengers rise above the pack to win a place in our hearts. It’s been a while since we last updated this list, and 2017 has long since drawn to a close. During last year we got some new info on games that might one day make this list, like Ghost of Tsushima, Death Stranding and The Last of Us: Part 2. But for now, the most recent additions to our list are the mainstream smash-hit sensation Fortnite: Battle Royale and Capcom’s action-RPG epic Monster Hunter World. At the end of last year, Middle Earth: Shadow of War arrived to succeed the venerable old Shadow of Mordor on our list – building on the rock-solid … [Read more...] about The best PS4 games in 2018: every must-play on Sony’s flagship console
So Grand Theft Auto V is coming to PC . Hooray! I've played a lot of the Xbox 360 version—it's my favourite GTA game to date—but I was always thinking in the back of my mind about how much better it would be with a smoother frame rate, sharper textures, and running at a resolution higher than 1280x720. The good news, then, is that the long-awaited PC version will have all of these things, as well as an array of new visual effects to take advantage of modern graphics cards. The lighting is better, the draw distance is greater, and Rockstar are finally giving the vast urban sprawl of Los Santos and its surrounding forests, deserts, and mountains the fidelity they deserve. Yes, their port of Grand Theft Auto 4 sucked, but playing the excellent PC edition of Max Payne 3—which uses the same version of RAGE as GTA V—gives me a reasonable amount of confidence that they'll do a better job this time. The PC version will also have busier streets, as seen in the … [Read more...] about Why GTA 5 will be best on PC