Posts Tagged ‘Personal computer’
Spicy Horse Unleashes Hell Invaders This Fall
Last Updated on Monday, 29 April 2013 05:13 Written by Laddie13 Monday, 29 April 2013 09:00
Spicy Horse has announced their next project will be a collectible card game/RTS tentatively titled Hell Invaders. Shooting for a fall release, Hell Invaders is being developed for PC, Mac, Linux and tablets.
Hell Invaders will consist of actual card battles, instead of two cards fighting on a table. The creatures of the cards will have 3D representations which will do battle as well as cards that offer upgrades and swappable skills, giving cards with identical characters a completely different experience.
Players can play in a single player campaign or fight in PVP arenas. Trading, card management and other social features will also offer more ways to enjoy your time in hell.
Spicy Horse will be unveiling more details about Hell Invaders in the coming months. Don’t Hate The Geek will relay all the information as it becomes available. Read more: Spicy Horse Unleashes Hell Invaders This Fall
Thunder Wolves To Take Off Soon
Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 April 2013 04:40 Written by Laddie13 Wednesday, 17 April 2013 04:40
As we here at Don’t Hate The Geek reported earlier, the upcoming action-flight game, Thunder Wolves from Most Wanted games will be releasing soon to PC, PSN, and XBLA. To get you psyched, a newly released trailer has been released. Hit it after the break. Check it out here and stay tuned for all the details about Thunder Wolves you’ll need.
Geeky Game Review: District 187: Sin Streets
Last Updated on Friday, 7 December 2012 05:19 Written by Laddie13 Friday, 7 December 2012 05:19
If you are a fan of the first person shooter but have grown tired of the current crop of big budget titles like Call Of Duty, you might want to give District 187: Sin Streets a shot. District 187 is a free to play multiplayer first person shooter for the PC developed by CJ Gamelabs. It’s a classic battle of cops vs robbers that offers a variety of gameplay modes such as team death match and capture the flag as well as the more adventure-ish Bank Heist Mode that incorporates story based gameplay.
The premise of the game is at heart the eternal power struggle of good vs bad and the quest for control. It’s the end of the 21st century as we know it, global economy has crashed and it’s a fight to the death to gain control of various parts of the city. You can pledge your allegiance to the Mexican cartel, Japanese Yakuza or be an elite S.W.A.T. team member.
District 187 offers several options of customization for both your characters and your weapons. Earn the gold you need to buy guns and upgrades by simply playing the game. However some featured and new items will require an in-game purchase with real money.
Sennheiser aims to conquer consoles with the U 320 multi platform headset.
Last Updated on Friday, 28 September 2012 03:27 Written by LoganDX Friday, 28 September 2012 03:00
Sennheiser, maker of ear tingling audio products, is looking to give gamers an all in one option for those late night raids, TDMs and trash talking. The all new U 320 is geared towards players looking for pristine sound without having dedicated set ups for each system. The 320 features an adjustable boom mic with pro noise cancellation for superb communication between team mates and trolling the angry kids on XBL. Need a minute to talk privately in real life? Just swivel the mic up for instant mute. BAM!
To make sure the headset feels comfortable on any sized noggin, Sennheiser implemented their patented CircleFlex design. CircleFlex lets the cups adjust automatically to the ears, making the term one size fit all a reality. With most modern headsets, the dual volume can be adjusted in-line for ease and convenience.
The U 320 is set to drop this fall for $169.95 and will be compatible for the PS3, Xbox 360, PC and Mac. True multi platform at its best! Hit the break for the full press release geeks.