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  • Blog Post: Wasteland 2 Early Access Adds Linux Compatibility

    A recent update to Wasteland 2, which is currently available as an early access title , adds Linux compatibility. Along with Linux compatibility, developer inXile Entertainment has also added a huge patch to the beta version of the game, which adds a new large area to Arizona,the new vendor screen, a... More
  • Blog Post: Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme Legends Complete Edition Coming To Steam

    You no longer need a Sony console to get your feudal Chinese fix – Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme Legends Complete Edition is coming to PC via Steam in May. Tecmo Koei announced the news via Twitter earlier today. The game, which includes the original Dynasty Warriors 8 alongside a number of new features... More
  • Blog Post: XCOM Creator’s Chaos Reborn Kickstarter Surpasses Goal

    Launched early last month , XCOM creator Julian Gollop’s Kickstarter project Chaos Reborn, has met and surpassed its goal. Chaos Reborn is a sequel of sorts to Gollop's classic ZX Spectrum game Chaos: The Battle of Wizards, which you can read about here . With 6 hours left in its campaign as... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: What Were Your Choices In The Wolf Among Us: Episode 3?

    The Wolf Among Us: Episode 3 - A Crooked Mile launched last week, and boy, did it have some big choices to tackle. We thought it'd be fun to reflect with the community about what we chose and why. Bigby really had his hands full in A Crooked Mile ; between dealing with a funeral and a fleeing suspect... More
  • Blog Post: Game With Your Feet With Ben Heck's Homemade Foot Pedals

    Professional modder/mad scientist Ben Heck has a new instructional video that details how to make your own foot pedals for PC gaming. In the video below, Heck walks viewers through his technique for creating a pair of two-stage foot pedals, which essentially gives players four more buttons at their disposal... More
  • Blog Post: OlliOlli's Consoles And Steam Ports Releasing In July

    Roll7’s side-scrolling, pixelated Skateboarding game OlliOlli originally launched on the Vita, but now its release date for other platforms has been announced. OlliOlli is coming to PlayStation 4, PS3, and PC on July 22, according to a Den of Geek interview with director Simon Bennett during PAX... More
  • Blog Post: Trials Fusion's Day-One Patch Will Boost Resolution

    RedLynx's next challenging bike platformer Trials Fusion will be set in the future, but the game isn't so futuristic that it runs at a perfect resolution without a patch. When Trials Fusion releases tomorrow on Xbox One, it will run at a resolution of 800p, but a day-one patch will boost that... More
  • Blog Post: Soda Drinker Pro Breaking The New-Gen Barrier In September

    Soda Drinker Pro, the soda drinking simulator from creator Will Brierly, is coming to Xbox One. Speaking with Joystiq at PAX East, Brielry says the game will run at 60 fps and 1080p citing the importance of those factors and saying, "We need a pixel-perfect experience with complete fluid dynamics... More
  • Blog Post: Respawn Announces Three New DLC Maps For Titanfall And Free Update

    Respawn has announced three new DLC maps coming to Titanfall in May, as well as new free burn cards and multiplayer modes. Titanfall: Expedition DLC! Three new maps coming May, 2014. #Titanfall pic.twitter.com/lFklKpSsJm — Titanfall (@Titanfallgame) April 12, 2014 The pack, titled Expedition, was... More
  • Blog Post: Last Life Kickstarter Gets Double Fine Stamp Of Approval

    Kickstarter is full of various video game projects seeking funding, but few of them get the endorsement of Tim Schafer himself. That lucky game would be Last Life , and is among the first to be part of the "Double Fine Presents" program. Why the game caught the eye of Schafer and Double Fine's... More
  • Blog Post: Red Riding Hood Is An Alcoholic Bounty Hunter In Dragon Fin Soup

    Video game Kickstarters are all about enabling developers to create games that might be tough sells for traditional publishers. Case and point is Dragon Fin Soup, a game where you play as a re-imagined version of Red Riding Hood who is a bounty hunter with a liquor problem. Developer Grimm Bros has combined... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Online Entertainment Announces Zombie-Themed MMO H1Z1

    As teased earlier , Sony Online Entertainment has revealed a new MMO set in a post apocalyptic world filled with zombies. The game is called H1Z1 and it should be playable soon. During an episode of the Game Talk Live podcast , Sony Online Entertainment president John Smedley talked about the new game... More
  • Blog Post: The Fortnite Digital Issue Is Live Across All Formats

    If you have a computer or tablet, you could be reading all about Fortnite right now. Shortly after our cover story announcement yesterday, our digital issue went live on web browser , iPad , Android , and Google Play . You can download the apps for free . All four of these digital options are included... More
  • Blog Post: May Cover Revealed – Fortnite

    Epic Games as a company has never been one to fear change. It's succeeded in shareware PC titles, arena shooters, triple-A console shooters, and mobile titles, and it's making another leap with the free-to-play Fortnite. Epic revealed the game at the 2011 VGAs, but little has been known about... More
  • Blog Post: Local Multiplayer Coming To Goat Simulator

    Do you wish you could share your crazy goat experiences with a friend? You're in luck. Local multiplayer is coming to Goat Simulator free of charge next month. In addition to local multiplayer, Goat Simulator patch 1.1 will also include a new map roughly the same size of the original, new achievements... More
  • Blog Post: Battlefield 4 Naval Strike Expansion Out For Premium PC Members

    Battlefield 4 premium members on PC are finally getting the game's Naval Strike expansion after a delay last week . The expansion, featuring four new maps and Carrier Assault mode, came out for Xbox One after that version too was delayed a few days. It's currently out for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation... More
  • Blog Post: 7 Entertainment Updates Terms To Prohibit The Resale Of Humble Bundle Keys

    Yesterday we reported on the questionable sale of Humble Indie Bundle game keys on PC distribution sites owned by 7 Entertainment . The company has offered a statement on the situation, and updated its terms and conditions to help prevent future sales of keys purchased through Humble Indie Bundle and... More
  • Blog Post: Kinect For Windows v2 Detailed By Microsoft

    Windows PCs are going to receive their own version of the Xbox One's Kinect, and a few details were recently revealed by Microsoft. One of the most immediately noticeable is the omission of the console version's glowing "X" logo on the right side of the face. In its place on the Windows... More
  • Blog Post: Halo: Spartan Assault Is Jumping To Steam

    The top-down shooter that started on the moribund Windows phone platform and Windows 8 in July, went to both Xbox platforms around the holidays, and is finally coming to Valve's digital distribution platform. At GDC, Microsoft Studios head Phil Spencer promised that Microsoft would be reinvesting... More
  • Blog Post: FTL iPad, PC Advanced Editions Get Release Dates

    Subset Games won over a lot of fans ( including us ) when it released F.T.L. on PC last year. Now the game is coming to iPad, and PC fans can download an advanced edition featuring new content. If you previously purchased the top down, real-time strategy game, you get the advanced edition content for... More
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