And in other PC gaming news...
We've been itching to let you know how good Dragon Age 2 is for ages. Now it's finally out in the US, we can tell you all about it. Check out Rich's review to find out exactly how Bioware gets it right for the sequel.
In other news, five words: Authentic. Russian. Cosmonaut. Monkey. Zombies. Remember when Call of Duty was serious game about serious men scowling at each other, beating up suspects and trying to avoid nuclear war? Black Ops is determined to lighten the mood a little, they even staged a sing song at the Berlin Wall.
When it comes to not taking yourself seriously, Saints Row is the master. Saints Row: The Third sounds as though it's going to be even barmier than it's predecessors, which can only be a good thing. Anyhow, that's enough zombie monkeying around, it's time to amass all of today's PC gaming news into one handy list.
- Battlefield Heroes hits seven million users.
- An analyst thinks Homefront will ship 1.5 million units at launch.
- Even though the single player is reportedly five hours long.
- The latest Operation Flashpoint: Red River trailer sets the scene for the Takistan invasion.
- This video does a side by side comparison of Crysis 2, PC vs. Xbox 360.
- There’s another Tomb Raider film in the works.
- Charlie Sheen is winning Call of Duty: Black Ops.
- Gametrailers have the Dragon Age 2 launch trailer.
- Here’s a trailer for Paradox’s new tower defence game, Defenders of Ardania.
- Here’s a look at some of the impressive lighting technology going into the Frostbite 2 engine that DICE are using to power Battlefield 3.
Today in the PC Gamer office, we've been asking all the important questions. Questions like "when will Deus Ex: Human Revolution finally come out?" "Why isn't it out right now?" and "who ate all the cake?" One question stumped us more than all the others, and we're wondering if you can help. Here it is. Can a really powerful laser burn through a mirror?