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@TurtleRock : @EvolveGame OFFLINE XP Carries to Competitive; 1 Player 1080P / 60 FPS Gameplay

Once and for all, Turtle Rock Studios settles the question about EVOLVE’s 1 player capabilities and its relevance to the competitive gaming scene in the following 1080P High Definition Gameplay displayed at 60 Frames Per Second.

Solo Gameplay of Evolve in 60fps.

Genre(s): First-person shooter
Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Publisher(s): 2K Games
Developer(s): Turtle Rock Studios
Release Date (NA): February 10th, 2015

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RGN Podcast: EA + Maxis’ SimCity Could Be Reborn On Steam

Topics Include:

-A Lot of Real SimCity Fans Are Still Waiting for a Steam version of the game.

-SimCity Server Issues Ongoing, More Patches Coming.

-EA to End Steam Boycott, Get SimCity on there.

-“Heads Will Roll” Comment Was a Response to SimCity Failure to Launch.

-EA and MAXIS taking full responsibility for SimCity’s Past Issues, Ready to do Better.

-EA Takes After Microsoft Releasing Age of Empires II HD Edition on Steam, Good Things Will Happen.

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EA Insult to Gaming Community’s Intelligence, Maxis Silent Accomplice Speaks Out

If you’ve been following the ongoing story of EA and Maxis releasing the latest SimCity title to PC and the hell that’s proverbially broken loose there-since, you should know that it’s not being confirmed by workers inside Maxis that EA never needed the game to be always-online in the first place. The excuses being used for why the “Always-Online DRM” was implemented have already been skeptically analyzed by Kotaku and others, but now this employee is stepping up from behind the wall to confirm what we all already know.

“The servers are not handling any of the computation done to simulate the city you are playing. They are still acting as servers, doing some amount of computation to route messages of various types between both players and cities. As well, they’re doing cloud storage of save games, interfacing with Origin, and all of that. But for the game itself? No, they’re not doing anything. I have no idea why they’re claiming otherwise.”  Says Maxis Employee [RPS]

Now that we are pretty much certain without reasonable doubt that EA has once again lied to the gaming community in their seemingly never-ending false advertising campaign covered by roses and chocolates, double-talk and politically correct snobbery to look down on all who oppose their rule, it’s time for Maxis to come clean publicly.

We need you to take one more look at this poll Maxis, march into EA’s offices (or boot up your laptops) and just release the truth that you really don’t need the game to be online and EA is just forcing you to do this. If this game is not made available for offline play in the single player format in the next few days you will be forever tarnishing your name and doing the opposite of “winning fans trust back” but instead forever damning yourself to our instant skepticism upon the mention of your once sacred name.

Sincerely,

Gamers and fans the world over.

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Diablo 3’s Always-Online Requiring Copy Protection Won’t Be On PlayStation 4 / PS3

Blizzard Entertainment recently announced at the Sony PlayStation Meeting 2013 event that they will be bringing their epic Mac/PC franchise Diablo to the console industry. PlayStation 4 will see release of Diablo 3, as well as PlayStation 3. One feature of Diablo 3 that was revolutionary, and not all gamers felt in a good way, was the always-online requiring copy protection. No longer will you be required to be online to prove that you didn’t steal the game, if you purchase it for PlayStation 3 and/or PlayStation 4 that is.

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