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Assassin's Creed Unity's future fixes detailed

Posted by Shark (Admins) at Nov 13 2014, 10:46 PM. 0 comments

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Ubisoft has already acknowledged the problems AMD users are experiencing, noting that performance may be "adversely affected" by certain CPU and GPU configurations. But the game's issues extend beyond certain specific hardware issues. Now, they've mapped out some of the other pressing concerns that they should probably get around to fixing.

The next update, Ubi says, will address some specific issues. That is, issues more specific than, "this game runs like a man whose legs have been encased in Camembert."

Arno falling through the ground.
Game crashing when joining a co-op session.
Arno getting caught inside of hay carts.
Delay in reaching the main menu screen at game start.

Beyond that, Ubi is planning to address the game's bigger problems. "This list doesn’t capture everything," explain the team, "but here are the most widely-reported problems we’ve heard about from you."

Frame rate issues.
Graphical and collision issues.
Matchmaking co-op issues.
Helix Credits issues.

Taken in totality, that is a lot of Assassin's Creed Unity problems that need to be addressed. I've been playing on a Nvidia GTX 670, and can confirm that the frame rate issues are consistent and noticeable. While my game can run at around 30 FPS in open play, it does suffer frequent stuttering. Moreover, it tanks during cutscenes—dropping as low as 10 FPS for no discernible reason. Then, of course, there's the fact that sometimes characters just straight up walk through each other. It's an strange old bit of software.

Well-behaved League of Legends players to get Influence Point boost

Posted by Shark (Admins) at Nov 13 2014, 10:45 PM. 0 comments

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Riot has taken a number of steps this year to combat toxic player behaviour in League of Legends, ranging from blocking offenders from joining ranked queues through to outright bans. While the measures have been well-received, those in the habit of behaving themselves are about to get a substantial reward in the form of a 4-win IP (Influence Point) boost. The reward, which will be granted to each player with a clean record, will roll out over the next week.

All the recent headlines about League of Legends disciplinary measures paint a bleak picture, but stats provided by Riot indicate otherwise: as of this week, 95 per cent of players have never received any punishment, while fewer than 1 per cent of players have been on the receiving end of a ban.

Still, Riot promises it is still "focused on addressing extreme cases of verbal toxicity, and will soon be testing additional systems that address gameplay toxicity like leavers, AFKs, and intentional feeders."

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel launch trailer promises 500 ice puns

Posted by Shark (Admins) at Oct 14 2014, 04:01 PM. 0 comments



I seem to remember a lot of the trailers for Borderlands 2 featuring the squelchiest variety of dubstep. Two years later and how things change, because in this launch trailer for Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel we get the hairiest of hair metal, namely Europe's ode to final countdowns, The Final Countdown. The zeitgeist is ever shifting, and yes: sometimes it goes backwards.

Launching today in North America and Friday in Europe and Australia, The Pre-Sequel is promising a lot: you get zero gravity (but not really) and apparently there will be 500 ice puns (the internet is full of pedants so this will definitely be verified within 24 hours of launch). I've not played it yet but Evan has, and he did us the service of reviewing it. He called it "a well-executed but thoroughly unambitious extension of Borderlands 2," which is great news if you couldn't get enough of Borderlands 2.

To get you in the mood, here's some gameplay footage at 1440p.

Crusader Kings 2: Charlemagne expansion out now

Posted by Shark (Admins) at Oct 14 2014, 03:58 PM. 0 comments

Crusader Kings 2 expands again today, with the release of the game's seventh major expansion. Charlemagne extends players' historical toybox with a new, earlier start date of 769 AD. Filling that space will be the events of the titular king, and of his founding of the Holy Roman Empire.

There's a, er, distinctive new trailer, in which a couple of menus are clicked on.

The Sims 4 looks like the perfect home for Seinfeld and friends

Posted by Conduit (Admins) at Sep 8 2014, 12:17 PM. 0 comments

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The Sims 4 and Seinfeld share one thing in common: they’re not really about anything. So it’s no surprise that one Sims player has recreated the cast and set of the ‘90s TV series in Maxis’ new simulator. The images below come courtesy of Imgur user IanRoach, and will surely please anyone with a love for things about nothing.

It's striking how accurate Jerry Seinfeld's apartment is in the below photos, but more eerie is how lifelike Elaine's model is. While Jerry, George and Kramer are only vaguely recognisable, Elaine is a dead ringer for Julia Louis-Dreyfus. A cameo by Jackie Chiles is the only thing missing here.

If Seinfeld isn't funny enough for you, then maybe a bit of toilet humour is better suited.

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ESPN boss claims e-sports are "not a sport"

Posted by Conduit (Admins) at Sep 8 2014, 12:13 PM. 0 comments

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In many ways, this year's Dota 2 International was a turning point for e-sports perception as a mainstream event. Not only did it boast the highest prize pool of any e-sports tournament, but it also found traction with North America's ESPN. The network broadcast the tournament through the streaming service ESPN3, and aired an exclusive grand final preview on cable channel ESPN2. But if you were looking to ESPN president John Skipper to validate a belief that e-sports are a sport, you're in for some disappointment.

Skipper was asked about Amazon's acquisition of Twitch at the Code/Media Series: New York conference, reports Re/Code, and gave a full appraisal of his perception of e-sports. "It's not a sport, it's a competition," he said. "Chess is a competition. Checkers is a competition. Mostly, I'm interested in doing real sports."

Previously, it seemed, ESPN were "delighted" with The International's performance. "ESPN have seen enough recent successes with e-sports and are about to double down," a source "close to ESPN" told The Daily Dot. "The numbers they hit with The International have only cemented the view that the time is right."
 
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