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Articles tagged with: PC game

US Supreme Court Rejects Ban On Violent Games

The US Supreme court has recently rejected the 2005 California law that banned the sale or rental of violent video games to anyone under age 18. Now, parents could still purchase these violent games for their children, but any store caught selling the game to a minor could face a fine up to $1,000.

The court ruled against the ban 7-2, in accordance with the free speech rights found in the US constitution. Contrary to some beliefs that violent video games pose a bad influence on young children, the courts upheld that they did not want to filter what children are exposed to and essentially left that duty up to the parents or caretakers of the child.

Crysis 2 Gets DirectX 11 Support!

Crysis 2, developed by Crytek is touted to be one of the best games of all-time. I am not just saying that as a die-hard fan of the Cry Engine 3, but it really is considered the gold standard in modern graphics.

I am pleased to announce that Crysis 2 now comes with support for DirectX11, offering improved graphics, high resolution texture packages, and making Crysis 2 looking better than ever, especially to those who have the game for PC.

Modern Warfare 3 Coming Nov. 8th, 2011

We finally have an official release date for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. It looks like this awesome new first person shooter will hit stores on November 8th of this year and will be the official cross platform release date. Amazon is already accepting pre-orders if you’re interested in the graphics intensive game. Modern Warfare 3 is supposed to succeed in every part where its Black Ops counterpart had failed when it was released in November of 2010.