That's a feature in the latest PS4 system software (2.50). It works for all games.
Computers update weekly, if not more frequently.
There are other technologies with similar (and even superior) feature sets to PhysX, such as OpenCL. PhysX is just a gimmick on Nvidia cards, they usually pay developers to use PhysX. That being said, I still use an Nvidia card in my PC.
High player health is a good thing, as it requires more skill; you have to stay on target, and hit the shots. With low player health in games like COD, it is way too easy to just spray and hit a few bullets and get a kill.
Sure, totally ignore mods, dedicated servers, and the fact that a gaming PC can do much more than just play games/watch movies.
Did you even pay attention to the screenshot? Those aren't personalized search results, those are the statistics provided by Google Analytics/AdWords.
Why has nobody mentioned LittleBigPlanet 3?
2560x1440 isn't new. It's been around in computer monitors for several years. 2560x1600 is better, though, but more expensive.
I don't see what this has to do with anything involving the article, but to play along:
Borderlands 2 on PC can be in 1080p (or higher, including 1200p or 1600p, or even higher with multiple monitors), run at 60 FPS or higher, and with FXAA.
Totally unrelated, but my avatar is better. :P
Just being an asshat, don't mind me.
I'm sorry, but that was the worst spelling of Mordecai that I have seen.
If you use Nexus Mod Manager, it does everything for you.
Even manually, the worst you'll ever have to do is copy and paste files...
I switched to PC Gaming not too long ago. I still keep my PS3 around for its exclusives, but I'm largely a PC player.
The windows look like Optimus Prime's face.
I disagree. Valve has already stated that they don't like the episodic model anymore, and won't be using it in the future.
You're looking for a scary video game? Get Amnesia: Dark Descent on the PC. It will make you shit your pants, I shit you not. It is easily the scariest game I've ever played. I couldn't play for more than 20 minutes at a time because I'm such a wuss.
The Source Engine certainly isn't outdated. It's constantly been updated with new technology and features. The update that came with Portal 2 was true dynamic lighting and other fun stuff.
You can just use "tcl", to toggle collision.
"f" in hexadecimal is equal to "00000000f", just like "1" in base 10 is the same as "00001".
Therefore, both of your versions work.
I would use player.additem f 99999999, as it takes less typing.
The only game you'd have any major problems with hacking on is Modern Warfare 2. IW implemented VAC so horribly, and the lack of dedicated servers doesn't help; there's nobody to ban people abusing exploits.
Basically every other game in the world for the PC, you will experience very little hacking.