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  • Blog Post: Shadowrun: Dragonfall – Director’s Cut Is Out Now

    There is a wealth of great games coming down the pipe for the holidays, but if you love strategy or classic pen-and-paper style RPGs then you don't want to let the director’s cut of Harebrained Schemes’ excellent Shadowrun: Dragonfall pass you by. A host of improvements and new content... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy XIII Trilogy Heads To PC

    Square Enix has announced that Final Fantasy XIII, Final Fantasy XIII-2, and Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy are coming to PC. The first in the series will be out next month, and the Steam page for the game is live now. Originally released in 2010, Final Fantasy XIII was the best reviewed of the three... More
  • Blog Post: Gone Home House Becomes A Multiplayer Map In Counter-Strike Mod

    A Counter-Strike modder going by the name Nipper on Steam Workshop has recreated the Gone Home's familiar house for use with Valve's shooter. You can find the map here , and it looks to be (without actually playing the mod) complete. Above you can see the TV room where you learned of the family's... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy IV Remake Materializes On PC

    If you're looking to catch up on old Final Fantasy games then the PC might be your best tool. Final Fantasy IV is the latest in Square-Enix's popular RPG series to head over to the PC via Steam. Steam has already amassed a nice collection of Final Fantasy titles, but now it can add Final Fantasy... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Now Selling An Xbox One Controller And Cable For PC

    Earlier this year, Microsoft released PC drivers to give your Xbox One controller a lot more utility. Now, Microsoft is bundling up a version designed for PC players at the same price you’ll pay for a console model. For the same $60 you’d pay for a console Xbox One controller, you tailored... More
  • Blog Post: Divinity: Original Sin Gets Free DLC

    Larian Studios' Divinity: Original Sin has free DLC available today "The Bear and the Burglar", which includes two new NPC companions alongside some significant quality of life improvements. The new companions will only be available when starting a new game, and double the storyline playable... More
  • Blog Post: Douglas E. Smith Creator Of Lode Runner Passes Away

    Douglas E. Smith, the creator of the classic puzzle game Lode Runner, has passed away. RIP: Douglas E. Smith, 1960 - 2014, the creator of the classic game Lode Runner. pic.twitter.com/9yf8dCUVt0 — TozaiGames (@TozaiGames) September 12, 2014 Released in the early 80s, Lode Runner was a puzzle game... More
  • Blog Post: Report: Microsoft Testing Streaming Xbox Games To PC Browsers

    A tech site is reporting that Microsoft is looking to the future of streaming games, and is reportedly testing technology that allows games to be streamed to PC Internet browsers. According to technology site Neowin, "Microsoft is testing out playing games in your browser and not just any games... More
  • Blog Post: League Of Legends Reveals Ascension Game Mode

    League of Legend's latest featured game mode, Ascension, has a new trailer today alongside some gameplay details. In Ascension, players will work together to take down Ancient Ascendant Xerath in the center of the map to acquire tremendous power. Players that take down Xerath will receive bonus health... More
  • Blog Post: Resident Evil 5, Dead Rising 2 Abandon Games For Windows, Jump To Steam

    Capcom revealed two of its PC titles are abandoning the moribund Games for Windows Live platform in favor of the much more popular Steam service. In a Capcom Unity blog post, the company revealed that Resident Evil 5, Dead Rising 2, and Dead Rising 2: Off The Record are all making the transition to Steamworks... More
  • Blog Post: DICE Reveals Battlefield 4 Final Stand Details

    Now that servers have stabilized, the Battlefield 4 fans that stuck around are enjoying the game once again. Soon, they'll get a reinforcement pack of new maps with the Final Stand DLC. The final map pack for Premium subscribers, Final Stand sends soldiers to the snowy mountain peaks of Russia, which... More
  • Blog Post: NPD: More Than One Third Of U.S. Population Plays PC Games

    And to think they said PC gaming was dead. The platform is not only living, it's thriving according to a new NPD study that claims 37 percent of the U.S. population over the age of nine plays PC games. These aren't just passing fancies, either. The report suggests this contingent plays an average... More
  • Blog Post: Psychological Horror Title Neverending Nightmares Has A Release Date

    The psychological horror indie title has a firm release date for PC (via Steam) and Ouya. Neverending Nightmares launches September 26. In the game, players explore a visually striking environment where it's never clear what's real and what's all in your mind. You can check out the latest... More
  • Blog Post: The Finish Line Is In Sight For Project Cars

    Slightly Mad Studios has announced the release date for its community-assisted racing sim. Racing fans can pick up the game on November 18 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The developer says that the Wii U version is still on track and will release sometime in 2015. Project Cars was originally slated... More
  • Blog Post: Clapfoot's Fortified Headed To Xbox One

    The promising base defense game is another indie game coming to Microsoft's Xbox One. Clapfoot's Fortified is a blends base defense with action-oriented shooter action and real-time strategy in a 1950s setting. The game was recently show at PAX Prime, and is now officially coming to Xbox One... More
  • Blog Post: League Of Legends And Esports At PAX Prime 2014

    At PAX Prime 2014, we sat down to chat with Riot Games’ VP of eSports Dustin Beck about League of Legends and the direction of things to come for the competitive moba. With eSports commanding bigger prize pools and attracting more viewers than ever, where’s Riot taking things next? “We’ve... More
  • Blog Post: H1Z1 Experimenting With Bold Concepts

    We had a chance to check out the current build of the free-to-play zombie-survival MMORPG H1Z1 at PAX Prime 2014, and things are looking interesting to say the least. Ravens circle around corpses warning players of danger at a distance, the virus can now infect players to various degrees before death... More
  • Blog Post: Where Is Our Review Of The Sims 4?

    Maxis' long-running Sims franchise launched its new iteration, The Sims 4, on PC today. Unfortunately, EA did not provide us a review code early enough to fully evaluate the game in advance. I am currently playing it, and planning to have the review later this week – but here are some of my... More
  • Blog Post: World Of Tanks Targets Players Old And New

    Wargaming’s World of Tanks is highlighting the new Stronghold experience, a clan/guild wars style system that we took a look at during PAX Prime 2014. In a nutshell, the system allows new players to team up and participate for additional rewards, and veterans to form competitive clans to compete... More
  • Blog Post: Landmark Adds Combat To The Mix

    The ever-evolving Landmark has long been a place to explore, craft, and create, but now combat has finally arrived. We took a peek at Landmark to check in on how things are going at PAX Prime 2014. Monsters haven’t arrived just yet and are probably a few months down the line, but players are now... More
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