patches

Six times fans had to fix games

Sometimes the only person fixing a game is a modder. Here are some of the games that you really need mods if you are going to play them.

Final Fantasy XV’s “Active Time Report” sets dates for future patches and content

Square Enix held the “Active Time Report” yesterday focusing on the future content coming to Final Fantasy XV. PlayStation 4 Pro users won’t have to wait long for the eagerly anticipated 60 fps patch. Players can expect the update on February 21st with the Chapter 13 fix coming a month later on March 28th. The announcement came from the Live Stream where they confirmed a slew of content with expec...

Sega dishing out weekly Yakuza 0 DLC for free

Yakuza 0 is out now in the west. As a long-time fan that sentence is still thrilling to say. While just the game being in my hands is great enough, Sega is sweetening the deal. Every week, Sega will be pushing out free DLC until Valentine’s Day. Sega will be adding these through weekly patches. Once players have downloaded, they will have to go find Bob the Clown who will provide Kazuma or Majima ...

The Division’s update 1.4 will bring some much needed balance

The Division is one of those games that keeps calling me back to wander the streets and kill a few bosses. It feels like it wants to follow in the footsteps of the end game of games like Diablo and even World of Warcraft, but it has a serious problem at the moment: balance. The difference between an optimised and non-optimised build is such a gulf that players eventually feel the need to change to...

Goodbye GameFront, thanks for the mods and patches

Many years ago, I used to visit a website called GameFront pretty often. They had a directory of mods and patches for games, letting me update my games or grab the update files to use on a friend’s PC or to keep for later. It was super handy in the days when internet was a rare, expensive and fickle beast and being able to grab patches on a machine without running or installing the game was,...

Gamers Den – Game patches. A necessary evil? Or just evil?

Recently I took the time to voice my opinion on game patches, so there’s not much more to hear from me in this episode, unless you want to hear me being annoyed. The other guys remind us all of some valid points. Valshen is learning to accept the patches, Garth says that if you have a terrible online connection it adds to the problem and Jarred surprises us all with his sudden Nintendo fanbo...

I’m over updates interrupting my game time

There are few emotions in the world that exceeds the excitement when you rush home after just purchasing a new game. The upcoming Metal Gear Solid V: Phantom Pain will resemble something like that for me as I’ve pre-ordered the Collector’s Edition (I know, I am the problem). Problem is these days you don’t get to rip the plastic off the package and insert the game into your conso...

When do bugs break a game?

Bugs, I got bugs in my bed, do I eat them? Raw or well done? Do I trick them? I don’t thing they’re dumb. Do I join them? Whenever I play games that has lots of bugs I have Eddie Vedder’s voice booming in my head reminding me that it isn’t always doom and gloom. Bugs in games seem to be a rather standard thing these days. Something that results in our ridiculous updates and...

Ubisoft Lists All The Known Issues In Unity

If there’s one game that’s being ripped to shreds lately, it’s Assassin’s Creed Unity. Not only did it gain notoriety with the “no female assassins” drama a few months back, but now it’s gained even more since we’ve discovered it’s a buggy wreck. To address the issues Ubisoft has posted a ‘massive’ long list of issues the game is ex...

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