Square Enix is taking steps to let PC gamers know that they won't be neglected with Sleeping Dogs's launch.
Square Enix is offering full refunds and a free copy of FF7 to anyone who downloaded the game in error.
At first, GameStop was breaking into retail versions of Deus Ex: Human Revolution to remove OnLive code vouchers. Now it's pulled the PC game completely from its shelf.
Square Enix wants permission from the court to issue a subpoena for information from Valve in regards to a leaked preview build of Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
Obsidian Entertainment is currently working on the PC version's controls to make them less console-like.
Here in the States, the Dungeon Siege 3 demo will land on the Xbox 360 first, followed by a simultaneous release on the PlayStation Network (hopefully) and Steam.
Unlike other shooters released on the market, the third installment in the Deus Ex series will have native support for 3D, Eyefinity and DirectX 11... no extra patching required.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution is slated to hit the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Windows PC on August 23, 2011.
The open beta for the PC version of Final Fantasy XIV was slated to begin today, however Square Enix has put it on hold.