Red Orchestra 2: A Noob’s tale


Well I posted this article a while back on Gamesoul and as I did not post it here, I figured you might find it interesting and/or entertaining.

Good Gaming

Red Orchestra 2 : A Noobs Tale.


Humble Deep Silver Bundle

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As some of you might know, there is a website that sells weekly bundles of games in a “pay what you want” model. The best thing is that if you pay 1 dollar or more, you get steam keys for the games they sell which is very useful as you don’t need to rely on the website whenever you want to download the games, just add them to your steam account and voilà! It’s forever available to you on Valve’s digital distribution platform.

There are usually 3 tiers of bundles, one if you pay the average price everyone is paying, other if you pay less and a last one if you pay a required amount (more expensive than the rest).

This week, Deep Silver has made some of their games available in an appealing bundle. Pay less than 4.92$ and you get Saints Row: The Third; Saints Row 2; Risen 2: Dark Waters and Sacred 2 Gold. If you pay more than 4.92$ you get the same games plus Dead Island Game of the Year Edition and the full package of Saints Row: The Third DLC. Finally in the last tier, where you must pay 25$ or more you get all the things from previous tiers plus Dead Island: Riptide!

As you can see, a bunch of quality titles for whatever you want to pay, its a chance difficult to pass by unless you’ve already bough these games in the past.

On a last note, it is important to let you know that when you buy from Humble Bundle you choose (using sliders) how much of your payment goes to the company that developed the game (in this case Deep Silver), to the maintenance of the website itself and how much goes to charity.

Even if these games do not interest you, be sure to check the website out as their sales are weekly and provide great value for your money.

Torchlight FREE Until June 20


Well I’m here today only to let you know about a recent promotion going on at The Dungeon Crawler Torchlight, who got good reviews and was, after all, a good game is FREE until 19:59 GMT June 20. You can check Runic Games website for more info and be sure to click here to get your FREE copy of Torchlite!!

Its free, it won’t hurt to try it out!!

AMD Going Through Rough Times, NVIDIA Still Makes Profit!


According to an article published on Gamespot, AMD recently sold its Austin Based HQ for $164 Million in order to raise money and they’re hoping the business with the next gen consoles pays off! NVidia on the other hand, posted a profit of $174 Million on its latest earnings call. 

I advise you to follow the link below if you want to the see original article as I am only here to give you my opinion on the matter!

I am considered to be an AMD guy. My first gaming PC had an AMD CPU and an ATI graphics card. Nowadays I use a 2 year old gaming laptop that is also powered by an ATI graphics card, although the CPU is an Intel i7.

And boy have I got myself into trouble with ATI… Its graphical glitches galore and compatibility issues abound! I’m not bashing the company itself, I’m only saying that ATI products have less support and compatibility than NVidia, at least in my experience with PC gaming.

I can tell you one thing, I wish AMD the best but my next desktop is going to be Intel and NVidia powered! They may be more expensive but for what I’ve seen, it will surely be worth it!