Posts Tagged ‘PC’


Irrational Games announced today that their highly anticipated title, Bioshock Infinite, was being delayed yet again, but not by much.  The game is now scheduled to release on March 26th, exactly one month after the game’s previous release date of February 26th.  According to a report on IGN, Creative Director Ken Levine said the game required some additional polishing and bug fixing to deliver an experience worthy of our hard earned money (thanks Ken).  This delay is the second one to beset Bioshock Infinite as I am sure most of you remember its original release date of October 2012.

I don’t believe this delay will diminish anyone’s excitement for the upcoming game, but Bioshock Infinite has now entered a fairly crowded month for games including Tomb Raider, Gears of War Judgment, God of War Ascension and a little game called Grand Theft Auto V amongst many other high profile titles.  So while excitement may not be in jeopardy, time and money may become an issue for gamers deciding which titles to commit to come March.

What say you reader?  Will this delay affect your gaming in the month of March or will you not skip a beat?  Let us know in the comments and for everything Bioshock Infinite and gaming keep it tuned to The Gamer’s Abstract.


Soon after Assassin’s Creed 3 was announced earlier this week, details about the narrative, release date and the game’s box art were also revealed.  The game looks to take place during the American Revolution and our character may or may not be of Native American descent (leaning towards is).  This is a welcomed departure from the previous settings of past titles and it will be interesting to see how this new assassin is integrated into the overall narrative of the AC franchise (and his connection to Desmond).  Also depending on what locales are featured in the game could potentially alter the verticality gameplay the series is so well known for, but I have faith in Ubisoft to dazzle us with something amazing.

The game has a release date of October 30th for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.  Also Ubisoft has a major announcement regarding the game coming up in a few days and will more than likely offer more information in addition to what everyone knows and has speculated about (AC3 site).  If you want more information regarding the historical implications of AC3 ride this link to an awesome video done by Colin Moriarty and Andrew Goldfarb over at IGN.  They break down the box art and Game Informer’s latest cover featuring art from AC3 (lots of interesting info).  As always you can follow us on Twitter @GamersAbstract and like us on Facebook for more content.  Happy Friday everyone and have an awesome weekend.

Review Roundup: The Darkness 2

Posted: February 11, 2012 by Tim Utley in Review Roundup
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The Darkness 2 launched this week and continues the adventures of a one Jackie Estacado and his destructive tendencies through New York.  We went through a few reviews and found the ones that best described the game and gave us a great opportunity to pass good information onto you.  Everything we think you need to know about The Darkness 2 can be found below to uncover whether or not this is a good game for you, enjoy.

Release Date: February 7th, 2011

Available Platforms:

  • Xbox 360
  • Playstation 3
  • PC


Pros and Cons Consensus


  • Great Art Style
  • Great combat
  • Great sense of empowerment
  • New narrative elements help the pacing of the story
  • Unique multiplayer components
  • Great Voice Acting and Sound Effects
  • Inclusion of a Skill Tree adds diversity to combat


  • Relatively short campaign
  • Some aggravating bugs
  • Linear Levels and predictable AI

Site Reviews

Average Score – 7.5/10

Buying Decision:

From what we could derive from all these reviews and word of mouth from our friends The Darkness 2 is a must buy, day one purchase for Darkness zealots.  If you liked the first one, but weren’t a mega fan we recommend waiting for a price drop especially if you only plan on playing the single player campaign.  If you didn’t enjoy the first one at all then we recommend that you don’t buy the game period.  Also keep in mind that there is a demo so you can always try before you buy.

Alright folks this concludes our first ever Review Roundup.  We hope you found some great information about The Darkness 2 and as this is just a roundup and not an actual review please refer to the actual reviews for more in depth analysis and criticism of the title itself.  Thanks for stopping by and as always you can follow us on Twitter @GamersAbstract and like us on Facebook for more content.  Lastly any suggestions to make this better or any requests for Roundups let us know by commenting on this page, Facebook or on Twitter.  Thanks and have a great weekend everyone.

Today’s Amazon Video Game CTBF deal is offering select PC titles (99% of which are Sims games) up to 70% off for digital download.  This deal is running all day as usual so if you want to check out the selection you can ride this link over to Amazon and see what they have.

The one game not a Sims game:

  • Final Fantasy XI: Ultimate Collection Abyssea Edition

Stay tuned for more deals and as always you can follow us on Twitter @GamersAbstract and like us on Facebook for more content.

This week officially kicks off the start of Black Friday deals on Amazon.  There are going to be big daily deals this week and have some rather large deals running over the course of the week, but don’t worry we will fill you in with each and everyone of them.  If you want to check them out ride this link over to Amazon and get to shopping.  Here are this week’s deals.

They also have a myriad of bundles being offered this week as well and here are those (this for some reason has been moved so here is a new link for just these bundles, you will need to scroll down a little bit to find them):

There you have it folks; your Amazon Video Game deals of the week (there will be more for sure).  Also as we draw closer to Black Friday and closer to Christmas make sure you check our deals pages frequently as these deals update very often.  Some deals will be added and some will expire and we only want to give you the best information on gaming deals.  As always you can follow us on Twitter@GamersAbstract and like us on Facebook for more content.

Today Amazon is giving PC gamers the chance to pay for and pre-load their copies of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 on to their rigs.  As the title suggests today’s deal is more of an offer because the price is still the standard MSRP of $59.99, but you can get the jump on downloading it so that is pretty cool.  So if this is something that interests you, take this link over to Amazon and get to downloading yourself some Modern Warfare 3.  As always stay tuned for more deals and you can follow us on Twitter @GamersAbstract and like us on Facebook for more content.

Amazon Video Game DOTD 10/24

Posted: October 24, 2011 by Tim Utley in Video Game Deals
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Are you in the mood for some fantasy and own a competent PC?  Well if you fit the aforementioned criteria than today is a good day for you.  Fable 3 for PC is on sale today over at Amazon (physical media, not digital).  It is on sale for $39.99 and with that being said I don’t know if that is the best deal on the net but it’s on sale regardless.  So if you haven’t checked out Fable 3 and this interests you get to the deal from this magical link.  Happy shopping and as always stay tuned for more deals by also following us on Twitter @GamersAbstract and liking us on Facebook.