Darkest Dungeon Goes Full Retail Today

As life ebbs, terrible vistas of emptiness reveal themselves. Mortality clarified in a single strike! One of the absolute best games of 2015 officially leaves Early Access today! A price drop will accompany today’s official release (personally looking to pick up the soundtrack on sale). Darkest Dungeon is an RPG …

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Who can say ‘no’ to a free game from BundleStars?

BundleStars is giving away 50,000 copies of Blades X, a hack and slash action game on Steam (retail $9.99  USD). They are also announcing with this free give away 8 games for $1.99 in their All Stars Bundle 5. Regardless if you like hack and slash, polygons, or buttons – …

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Early Access Look at Dead TrailZ

Overhead Ziplines, Zombies, Tower Defensing, Perfect for the Post-Holidays Lull! Zombies. They are everywhere. No need to for hefty survival guides, there’s no zombie apocalypse threatening humanity. However, they are still “everywhere,” and why not? They moan. They want your brains. A bullet to the head for instant re-unanimated carcasses. These easily recognizable foes …

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New Smite World Champions Crowned

Sunday, January 10, team Episilon eSports emerged as world champions after a long and arduous road. The team defeated perennial winners team Fnatic in the earlier rounds. Then held on to win against Cloud9 a long time Smite fan favorite. Now that the SWC tournament is over Hi-Rez is gearing …

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Descent : Underground Early Access Preview

Over a year ago a team of developers split apart from Star Citizen to build a game with a peculiar working title. Ships That Fight Underground was all that was known of this new venture. However, any 90s era Descent fan surely put two and two together from the start. …

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Free PC version of Shadow Complex Still Available

Last month Epic games announced it would be giving away free copies of Shadow Complex: Remastered off of their official site. Shadow Complex is a Metroidvania adventure that has earned multiple awards and critical appraise. After its release on the Xbox Live Arcade platform it set records as the highest selling …

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Oculus Gyp? Why Early VR Adoption Is A Bad Idea

  The foundation has  been laid for months; 2016 will be the VR battleground year. Will it become as common as tablets and smartphones? Or go the way of 3d Televisions and HD-DVD? We won’t know the answers to those questions anytime soon. However we do have some answers in …

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EA Giving Away Free Gold Packs to Battlefield 4 Players

 A Free Reason To Grief Players From Your Helicopter: Battlefield 4 players are eligible for a free gold pack giveaway from Electronic Arts. Origin users should have received a notification this morning of the free giveaway, but in case you missed it we are bringing you the news on any …

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Steam Sales Stats For 2015

Sergey Galyonkin of SteamSpy has released the sales and key activation numbers for Steam throughout 2015. Actually, it only shows from April forward, but it’s still a fairly exhaustive estimate of game revenues and sales/key activation. The break-down uses a top-twenty format: So, there’s some predictable heavyweight titles topping the …

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Sega Rumor Adds To Possible Japanese Ports Coming to PC

2015 was a good year for official announcements and rumors for Japanese console and handheld games making their way to PC. This list from Neo-Gaf has already shown promise, with Guilty Gear Xrd Sign hitting Steam in December, so hopefully Steam will be showing listings for the Danganronpa games, Criminal Girls, Steins;Gate and Phantom Brave…along with …

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Oculus Rift Pre-Orders Start January 6th

The Oculus Rift dev kits have been running around in the wild for quite some time now, but according to an announcement on the official Oculus Rift blog today, the consumer version will be available for pre-order starting January 6th: “Today, we’re excited to announce that pre-orders for Rift will …

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Aw hell.. it’s the Helldivers : REVIEW

One of the best things about this job besides the whiskey, has to be the trips the little details that come up while doing game research. Did you know that power armor, bug hunts, and a critical view of the soldier-citizen  is all a part of Robert A. Heinlein’s novel Starship …

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Crowfall MMO Justifies Their Slow Development Pace

Crowfall’s Kickstarter campaign ended in March of 2015. Successfully raising close to two million USD initially, now this project is up to $6,296,000+ in crowd funds, which is posted clearly on their website’s header. The developers have been transparent and open about many details, including financial ones, as this game has …

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