Dying Light: The Following & Enhanced Edition – Review

I’m running. I know I am. It’s so dark. Running blind, am I any closer to safety? Rain drops pelt my face. The sawing sounds of my labored breathing cutting through the splashes from each step. I trip, but catch myself against a tree. That’s when I see it. It’s the distinct …

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Play Free Games to Win Free DLC and Free Games

Publisher SEGA, alongside developers Relic Entertainment and Creative Assembly, have put together an interesting promotion for gamers this Valentine’s week. First, you can play for free (if you don’t already own them) Total War: Attila (nominated as one of PC’s best games of 2015), Dawn of War II, and Company of Heroes II for the entire …

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Tom Clancy’s The Division A Look At The BETA

If you’ve never been to New York City, then let me just say there’s one thing there’s never a shortage of there: people. The population explosion can be overwhelming for some. Keeping 8.4 million residents relatively safe, with full city services, and governmental infrastructure is a hefty task, taken for granted. In …

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Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak review

Prequels in modern entertainment find themselves in an unenviable position: they don’t continue the story that generated all of the excitement of the original and they often face the impossible task of living up to hype that can be difficult, if not impossible, to overcome. Episode One: The Phantom Menace …

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Last Day To Try and Keep Fractured Space Free

Fractured Space is entering it’s final free day of the weekend. This is more than just a free demo, you can keep the base entry game as long as you participate before early Monday morning. Tech Tree, experience, and other profile data will be reset as well. However it will …

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Someone has set us up the Bombshell: Review

Bombshell is a new isometric action RPG releasing today on STEAM, hailed by some as the “spiritual successor” of one of PC gaming’s most iconic characters of all time Duke Nukem. During the zenith of Duke’s popularity, it was synonymous with ostentatious sexual themes, over the top violence, and irreverent humor, but also enjoyed …

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Vermintide Generous DLC and New Content Next Month

Vermintide took us all by storm last fall with it’s team based intense coop wave action, it was no surprise it won a spot as one of our Best PC Games Of 2015. The team isn’t done adding to this great game, today they announced plans for a new mode …

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Rise of the Tomb Raider with Special Tech Trailer

Crystal Dynamics has released a trailer detailing PC specific enhancements for Rise of the Tomb Raider, releasing today. The demo outlines and demonstrates exactly what each feature does with convincing presentation. Most of the features possible give each surface and object much more lifelike shading and texturing. Full motion gameplay …

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Star Wars Battlefront Receiving Free Monthly Content, Balance Tweaks

Publisher Electronic Arts and developer DICE released news of some interesting changes for Star Wars Battlefront, simply titled “The Road Ahead”. Due to user feedback, the Battlefront team has announced several free content updates for the game starting tomorrow.  Tomorrow’s update will bring: The Tatooine Survival map will now support the Blast, …

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Endless Day – Free Heroes And New Content announced

Developer AMPLITUDE Studios is celebrating their five year anniversary from January 21-25, a period they are calling “Endless Day”. In addition to twitter giveaways, a special live stream, you can unlock free content in each of the following games Endless Legend, Dungeon of the Endless, and Endless Space. There will …

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Lands You Crash On, are called CRASHLANDS: Review

Somewhere between Don’t Starve and Starbound there’s room for a game to stake a claim. Fortunately today, that void is about to be filled by Crashlands. If I may segue for a moment into a little backstory; I was in high school (early to mid 90s if you must ask) I …

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The Best PC Games of 2015

Standing in the doorway of 2016 it’s easy to spot a number of potentially great new technologies, new and promising genre defining games, and other gaming advances that this year could bring. While we wait in anticipation, lulls like these are best filled with a look back at what made …

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Lawsuit against Oculus Rift Creator Luckey Palmer Proceeding

In San Francisco yesterday, Judge William Alsup of the U.S. District Court ruled that part of a lawsuit against Oculus Rift creator Palmer Luckey could proceed today. The lawsuit is brought on by Total Recall Technologies in reference to Luckey’s employment with the company in 2011. Luckey was hired to build …

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