2K Games Archive

Civ V gets the Steam Workshop Treatment

With the Gods and Kings expansion pack due out within the next week, 2K Games have announced that Civilization V is now fully Steam Workshop ready. If you’re wondering what that means, it’ll allow you to simply install/uninstall mods from directly within Steam — it also gives modders an easy way to get their work out there to the players, with the ability to leave comments and ratings helping to showcase the best on offer.

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Claptrap Promises to Love PC Gamers in Borderlands 2

In an unusual turn of events, a love letter has showed up on the Borderlands 2 website. It’s from the (mostly) adorable Claptrap, and is addressed: “Hello my future Borderlands 2 PC player”. The letter confesses that while the original Borderlands suffered from several issues on the PC, the sequel is doing its best to bring us all the features we want and need — from a lack of any port-forwarding (a nightmare from the original), to a full field-of-view slider in the options.

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Bioshock Infinite Dated

2K Games have today announced the release date for Ken Levine and Irrational Games’ Bioshock Infinite. The game will be available for all platforms, including our beloved PC, from October 19th — with the US getting it a few days earlier, October 16th.

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OnLive UK: 2K Games Line-up on Sale This Weekend

Enough, enough… I know that OnLive’s offerings aren’t PC games in a technical sense. However, I’ve been using their service a fair bit since it launched here in the UK — and as my review shows, I definitely think it has its place in the market. Besides, you’re not going to complain at me prompting you that they’ve got some rather good deals going on over there, right

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Duke Nukem Forever PC Review

It was back in my early days of high school that I first experienced Duke Nukem 3D, and wasn’t too long after that when the sequel, Duke Nukem Forever, became a ‘myth of the playground’. Little did I know that this sequel would in fact remain little more than a myth until I was all grown up and writing about video games. So, now it’s here, can it live up to my memories of wandering around virtual strip clubs in my youth

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The King Has Returned: Duke Nukem Forever is Here

It’s been a while, around 12 years to be precise, and while many thought it may never happen, the day has come. Duke Nukem Forever has launched, and nerds around the globe will be loading up the game, then proceeding to kick ass and chew bubblegum (unless you’re in the US, of course, in which case you’ll have to wait until Tuesday)

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Duke Nukem Forever System Requirements Revealed (No longer supports a Pentium II)

While many, many years ago the requirements for Duke Nukem Forever were likely along the lines of a 1GHz Pentium processor and a 4MB Voodoo Graphics video card, times have changed — as the recently revealed requirements for the game show. Both the minimum and recommended specs are below, neither of which are particularly over-the-top

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Duke will be heading to UK’s Gadget Show Live

Every year in the UK The Gadget Show, a popular technology based television show, hosts a live convention-like event. It’s appropriately entitled The Gadget Show Live, it kicks off tomorrow and the latest news is that Duke Nukem is on his way into the country right now — in preperation for his first playable UK

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Duke Nukem Forever: Balls of Steel Edition revealed

2K Games and Gearbox software have today brought to light the Duke Nukem Forever: Balls of Steel Edition — stating in their press release that “Duke’s got them – and now you can too.” It’s not going to be much use for those who pre-ordered the game at the turn of the century, but for

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Bioshock 2 DLC not coming to the PC after all

According to a post on VG247 and the official 2K Games forums, those that invested in Bioshock 2 on the PC platform will not be getting a chance to play either the Minerva’s Den or Protector’s Trials downloadable content that’s been available on the consoles since the summer. Also stating that patches or currently undergoing

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