FIFA 16 – PC System Requirements

Official PC system requirements for FIFA 16.

Minimum Specs

OS: Windows V/7/8/8.1 – 64-Bit
CPU: Intel Q6600 Core2 Quad @ 2.4Ghz (or AMD Phenom 7950 Quad-Core, AMD Athlon II X4 620 equivalent)
Hard Drive Space Required: 15.0 GB
Minimum Supported Video Cards: ATI Radeon HD 5770, NVIDIA GTX 650
DirectX: 11.0
Single System Multiplayer: 2-4 players and 1 keyboard on a PC
Input: Keyboard, Mouse, Dual Analogue gamepad, VOIP Headset

Recommended Specs

OS: Windows V/7/8/8.1 – 64-Bit
CPU: Intel i5-2550K @ 3.40GHz (or AMD FX-6350 Six-Core equivalent)
Hard Drive Space Required: 15.0 GB
Minimum Supported Video Cards: ATI Radeon HD 6870, NVIDIA GTX 460
DirectX: 11.0
Single System Multiplayer: 2-4 players and 1 keyboard on a PC
Input: Keyboard, Mouse, Dual Analogue gamepad, VOIP Headset

RONIN – PC Review

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Proving that Polish videogames need to be known for more than The Witcher, Ronin is a solid, if short, game, with stylish turn-based combat, a strong soundtrack and art design, and some stealth elements which require more brains than the typical sidescroller needs. Ronin puts players in the boots of a motorcycle suit and helmet wearing assassin out for revenge. There’s little else to the story, aside from some perfunctory information on the targets, though given Ronin’s short length and gameplay, this isn’t an issue. Ronin is far from a stealth game; level design makes stealth a limited option, with enemy placement designed to provoke open combat. As soon as players are spotted, a musical cue rings, a sound which in later levels becomes heart-racing. Being spotted, whether by civilians or combatants, often leads to one of them calling in troops to lockdown the area. Lockdown makes it difficult to move around by shutting doors and closing off much of the map, and it also fails one of the optional objectives each mission has – no lockdowns, spare civilians, kill all enemies – which need be fulfilled to earn points used to unlock new moves. When in combat, movement is limited to jumping and using the grappling hook to swing. Jumping into enemies, or closing in to kill them with a sword swipe raises the level of the combo meter. Depending on its level, the meter lets players use various upgrades, like throwing shuriken to disrupt enemies’ aim, which is indicated by the red laser trails marking their line of sight. These trails heavily ratchet up the tension;
with every turn, players need to dodge enemies’ aim, which often makes it a game of cat-and-mouse as you try to survive, until you can use your abilities to pick them off one by one, while trying not to be turned into Swisscheese. Given the narrow corridors and tight rooms that comprise many of the game’s environments, it feels like the legendary fight from Oldboy, only repeated every mission.

While Ronin has 15 missions, they are highly repetitious, and if not for differences in level design and enemy placement, they would be identical. Each target has several preliminary missions assigned to them which involve sneaking into compounds to find intel on a target’s location. The repeated use of this formula, coupled with poor use of checkpoints, and constant hints which can’t be turned off, makes Ronin feel unfinished. More variety in mission types, additional targets, and more story would have worked to give the game a greater sense of substance; though fun and engrossing, Ronin can be completed in a day. Its new-game plus does nothing to help, offering no additional upgrades. Nor do the ending variants mean much, considering that the story feels like an afterthought.

On the whole, Ronin’s shortcomings are few. While the game should be longer, its strengths in its soundtrack, art style, and combat, make for a fine game that is well worth playing.

Rating: 80/100

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Gunpoint suspicious Developments 2013 – 
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Armed with wings 2 sun studios 2008
An action-packed stylistic sidescroller | Poor weapon balancing

Ninja Gaiden tecmo 1988 
Detailed sprites and excellent gameplay | Hugely difficult, with items difficult to see

Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night (PC, Xbox One and PS4)

THIS IS the sort of insane dream project that Kickstarter was invented for. Bloodstained: Ritual Of  The Dark sees ex-Konami developer Koji Igarashi return to the genre he once pioneered, with a stirring spiritual successor to Castlevania: Symphony Of The Night. Bloodstained certainly looks the part, with its evocative Gothic art style, wicked creature design and sprawling dungeon design. No wonder it took just hours to fund.

Raiden IV: Overkill – System Requirements

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OS: Windows 7 / 8
Processor: Intel Core2 Duo
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: nVidia GeForce 6600 or better
Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
Sound Card: Direct Sound

OS: Windows 7 / 8
Processor: Intel Core i3 or better
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: nVidia GeForce GT 640 or better
Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
Sound Card: Direct Sound

Soccer Rage – PC Review

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This game is without a doubt one of the most interesting, creative and fun arcade soccer games I’ve ever played. Gameplay is very enjoyable. Especially once they polish out things, get it to run better and add online multiplayer. I do have to recommend this game.

Right now in its current state it has some performance/optimization issues that are being worked on. For me it runs at about 30-35 fps which is rather low considering how fast-paced this game is. They will get it sorted out so don’t let common Early Access things like that stop you from buying it.

Rating: 81/100

Lines is Now Available on iOS and Windows Phone

Dutch video games developer Gamious, has announced that their new puzzle game Lines is now available on iOS and Windows Phone. Lines offers an abstract ‘zen’ game experience where form is just as important as function. It is available in the App Store and Windows Store for $2,99/€2,99.

Appealing to puzzle lovers, Lines offers 250 unique levels randomized each time you play them again. Place or remove dots to initiate a colourful race that fills a drawing. The colour that dominates the race wins. Lines is the perfect game to play while commuting or in other short moments of downtime. Play a single session in a matter of seconds or find yourself making a winning streak of 20 games in a row!


About Gamious
Meet Gamious, a small Amsterdam-based game studio, aiming to create accessible games with pure and original gameplay. They call themselves the Collaborative Games Company. The core team of designers and producers collaborates with different developers, artists and sound designers for each project. The teams are carefully constructed to ensure a perfect match between the creators and the game.

Dual characters and puzzle solving in Legacy of the Copper Skies

Legacy of the Copper Skies is a new action RPG that has joined the Square Enix Collective.

Gameplay revolves around the usage of two characters, puzzle solving, and combat. The game will feature two main characters, Tir, a strong warrior bear whose ability is to transform and destroy obstacles, and Isen, an inventor who specializes in ranged weapons and crafting gadgets.

The Enchanted Cave 2 – PC Review

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Enchanted cave 1 and 2 are the ultimate Dungeon Crawler/Rogue Like experience for me, and with enchanted cave 2 compared to 1 the experience went to a whole new level.

The sequel adds better graphics, a larger, more interesting dungeon to explore, and a improved inventory screen and special attack system. The story is more interesting and we have a town with NPCs.
The progression tree will allow you to become a mage, warrior, alchemist, or a mix of skills.
Craft potions, enchant your equipment and discover secret areas, all while learning more about the cave.
And you can now step over empty cloth sacks!

The most unique and fun feature in the game, in my opinion is the fact that you have to go in the cave several times to get deeper each time using the escape wings at the right time.
All floors are randomly generated so not 1 run will be the same.
The feeling of getting further each time you enter is a very good experience for me.
After you beat the game NG+ will offer a new challenge.

Having played the flash and android version for dozens of hours I highly advice anyone who loves rpg/rogue like games to give it a try.

Rating: 80/100