And it's free for all platforms starting tomorrow. Like a bird in the sky, or a piece of gaming content for an existing game you own without any additional associated cost. Anyway, what exactly is this new content? Well it's called Dragonslayer, so that should give you a clue -- multiplayer dragon hunting!
To showcase the power of its next generation graphics platform, DirectX 12, Microsoft showed off a tech demo from Square Enix at its annual Build conference earlier today. Running on the studio's Luminous Engine in real-time the demonstration certainly looks amazing. And very Square Enix too. The only catch is that it requires four Nvidia GeForce Titan X GPUs to run.
Yeah, I know. But it's better than the alternate headline, "May the Force Be With You... in Savings!" Anyway, it seems that the ever growing library of classic LucasArts Star Wars games on GOG and Steam are being offered in various money saving bundles. Find out where exactly, what exactly, and how much exactly after the jump.
This week we take a look at the first point-and-click King's Quest from Sierra, 1990s King's Quest V: Absence Makes the Heart Go Yonder! Before the release of this game each entry in the King's Quest series utilised a text-parser interface and 16-colour EGA presentation. But even with the new VGA graphics and CD-ROM enhanced voices we find out that King's Quest V still retains that old Sierra charm. And cruelty.