Once upon a time, even the merest whisper of its name was enough to line the pockets of countless PC upgrade manufacturers. Now, Crysis has been remastered and released for the Xbox and PS3, but how has it fared in its translation to the consoles, and has it survived the ravages of the passing years? Pistol. ponders all these questions and more in our review of Crytek’s revered rumble in the jungle.
In early 2002, Battlefield 1942 rewrote the rulebook when it came to class-based large scale online warfare. The modding community quickly fell in love with the joys of the Refractor Engine, and soon gave us some truly classic total conversions. We look back at one of the scene’s undisputed heavyweights, Desert Combat.
It’s being widely reported at the moment that Microsoft has always known the 360’s capacity to scratch discs, but deduced it to be cheaper to replace discs as and when they were scratched. Should the class action lawsuit be successful that most certainly will not be the case, but is it justified? Has your 360 ever scratched any of your discs?
DeAthSt4r examines the single player and cooperative components of Left 4 Dead on the XBox 360.