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  • Blog Post: We Have Codes To Give Away For Undertale's New Jazz Album

    Yesterday, we reported that Live At Grillby's , a collection of jazz covers of tracks from Undertale's soundtrack by cover artist Carlos Eiene, had been released. Now Eiene has sent us a few codes for the album to share with our readers. The album, which you can sample and buy here , is notable... More
  • Blog Post: Official Undertale Jazz Album Live At Grillby's Released

    Live At Grillby's, a jazz remix of nine tracks from Undertale's soundtrack by Carlos Eiene (AKA insaneintherainmusic ), has just been released. According to Eiene, Live At Grillby's is "officially sanctioned" by Undertale's creator and composer Toby Fox. Eiene is a cover artist... More
  • Blog Post: Batman: Arkham Knight's Mac And Linux Ports Have Been Cancelled

    Originally planned for release Spring 2016 , the Mac and Linux ports of Batman: Arkham Knight have been canceled. The cancellation was announced with a short, but straightforward statement on Steam which you can see below: We are very sorry to confirm that Batman: Arkham Knight will no longer be coming... More
  • Blog Post: GTA V Goes VR In 360-Degree Film You Can Enjoy In Your Browser

    I Can’t Even VR is a YouTube channel that makes comedic gaming videos, and it recently released a Machinima that puts you in the middle of the action. The video was created using the Rockstar Video Editor with the PC version of Grand Theft Auto V, and stitched together so you can control the camera... More
  • Blog Post: Visual Concepts And Take-Two Face Lawsuit Over Tattoos In NBA 2K16

    Developers that work on sports games do so with the intention of delivering an authentic experience. They license players, their signature equipment, and even the buildings they play in, but a new lawsuit alleges that Visual Concepts and Take-Two Interactive failed to properly license the tattoos on... More
  • Blog Post: Get New MOBA Fractured Space For Free This Weekend

    You can add one more MOBA to your hard drive this weekend without spending a dime. Fractured Space, a new tactical space MOBA from Edge Case Games, will be free on Steam today through next Monday. It's still in Early Access, but anyone who downloads Fractured Space this weekend will be able to keep... More
  • Blog Post: Ashes Of The Singularity Public Beta Now Open

    Publisher Stardock has opened the beta for their large-scale RTS Ashes of the Singularity to the public. As the first native DirectX 12 game, Ashes of the Singularity will allow for more rendered units to be displayed on screen at the same time than any other RTS to date. Back in March, we saw Ashes... More
  • Blog Post: Explore The Countryside In This New Dying Light: The Following Trailer

    Developer Techland released a new trailer for the upcoming DLC, Dying Light: The Following today, packed with new secrets, locales, and environments for Kyle Crane to explore. The trailer features locales such as the Granary, a tower billed as a parkour paradise, the Old Graveyard, an ominous burial... More
  • Blog Post: Explore Fallout: New Vegas Together With Upcoming Multiplayer Mod

    Be a lone wanderer no more. With a new mod from Mr. Mouse (also known as Corporal), players of the PC version of Fallout: New Vegas will be able to explore the Mojave Wasteland and even complete quests with friends. The way the mod works is that one player hosts while the others are simulating the world... More
  • Blog Post: Hard Reset Redux Sets Sights On Consoles And PC As Punishing Shooter Gets Extra Life

    Flying Wild Hog and Gambitious Digital Entertainment has announced Hard Reset Redux, an upgraded version of the challenging first-person shooter that hit in 2011. The updated version of the hardcore single-player shooter brings several enhancements including updated visuals and lighting, faster load... More
  • Blog Post: Evolve Adds New Monster-Human Hybrid Hunter Next Week

    Evolve is getting a brand new Hunter very soon: the hybridized Dr. Kala Kapur. She will be available for download on all platforms and in all territories at some point next week. Kala is the game’s latest Support character, and is described as “an expert on Monster biology who has spliced... More
  • Blog Post: How Rise Of The Tomb Raider Looks Better On PC

    Perhaps you're like me and you're not intimately familiar with tessellation and anisotropic filtering; that's fine, because this video for Rise of the Tomb Raider will show you exactly how and why the PC version looks better than the one already out on Xbox One. As the video below amply demonstrates... More
  • Blog Post: Dying Light: The Following Ups The Difficulty With The New Nightmare Mode

    Dying Light's upcoming The Following DLC has all kinds of additions, and a new one was revealed today – a new difficulty. Nightmare Mode has longer nights, stronger enemies, stamina and XP restrictions, and no more Easter egg weapons. There are a few other tweaks the the game to make it harder... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Do Multiple Delays On A Game Discourage You?

    When a game is delayed, it's typically a good thing in the end. It usually means that the team isn't happy with releasing a mediocre product and would rather extend the development cycle by a certain amount of time in order to get it right. When a game sees too many delays, however, it can point... More
  • Blog Post: Age Of Mythology's New Expansion Gets Release Date

    Age of Mythology came out in 2002, so you might think that its expanding days are done. Not so! Last year, developer Forgotten Empires announced a new expansion called Tale of the Dragon. Now we know exactly when this new addition will be hitting: January 28. The expansion is for the Extended Edition... More
  • Blog Post: Undertale's Epic Mettaton Fight Gets Animated

    Undertale was one of those indie games that practically came out of nowhere and generated a lot of buzz around end-of-the-year "best of" discussions. Now, one of the game's most epic battles has been immortalized in an animated sequence. Even though not everyone loved Undertale , it still... More
  • Blog Post: Prepare To Drown In Five Nights At Freddy's Merchandise

    We periodically see video games take the merchandising world by storm. A few year back, you couldn't walk down a store aisle without seeing an item branded with an Angry Bird. Now Minecraft is everywhere. In a few months it appears it will be Five Nights at Freddy's turn. The indie game series... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Spike Chunsoft Confirms Danganronpa For PC

    Update: Following our original story, Spike Chunsoft has responded to our request with some good news. A representative from the company reached out to let us know that Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, the first game in the series, will be out in February. If you missed the game on Vita, this is your... More
  • Blog Post: Fallout 4 Mod Brings Changing Seasons To Game

    The Wasteland looking a bit too samey to you, weather-wise? Well, the mod community for Fallout 4 has an impressive fix for that. The Seasons 3.0 mod is actually a package of mods that does exactly what the name implies, bringing fall, winter, spring, and summer to post-apocalyptic Boston. The mod is... More
  • Blog Post: David Bowie Talks History With Gaming In Vintage Omikron Interview

    The world is currently mourning the loss of visionary musician David Bowie. Though best known for his classic albums like Hunky Dory and The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars , Bowie had a brief intersection with the games industry, as he composed the soundtrack for Quantic Dream's... More
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