Posts Tagged 'steam'

In the last years the modifications of games like Half Life, Unreal Tournament or Battlefield have taken such force that some studies - as Splash Damage - have given the definitive step to enter the development market. Companies as Epic has seen the potential of this community and offer for time videotutoriales to dominate his [...]

It has been one month since I put myself to the test Steam and Direct2Drive, on having bought some games nevertheless, both are provided with a detail that is not partly a fault of the program but of the connection of every user: to hope that the game should stop unburdening itself to be able to prove it. If we speak that the average of one [...]

Crysis has been a good experiment for Crytek; not only it shows to be the most impressive graphic engine to the date (at visual level and in physics) but also it has qualifications as one of the games is more torrenteados from his exit (400, 000) or of being one of the most demanding concerning [...]


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