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Robotech RPG Tactics Fully Funded On Kickstarter
The role-playing tabletop game based on the series of popular sci-fi adventures from Palladium Books has officially been funded on Kickstarter. The project racked in an amazing $1,442,312 on a very moderate $70,000 goal. That is some dedication from fans, eh?
Soldier Front 2 Introduces Alien Modes In Closed Beta
Itís not just about shooting humans in Aeria Gamesí upcoming tactical combat game, Soldier Front 2. When youíre ready for something a little extra (extraterrestrial, that is), then youíll be able to jump into several new modes that let you pump lead into hordes of aliens, too. Hooray green blood!
The Warriors Come Out To Play On PSN Next Week
Waaaarrioooors, come out and plaaaa-eeee-aaaaay. Rockstarís sudden influx of PlayStation 2 Classics available on the PlayStation Network continues to grow as the developer announces The Warriors will be arriving next Tuesday, May 28.
Xbox One Does Not Allow Indie Devs To Self-Publish
Going from the Xbox 360 to the Xbox One, there's still a lot of red tape when it comes to content access and content distribution from third party affiliates. As such, it was confirmed that the policy of preventing independent developers from self-publishing for the Xbox console will carry over from the 360 to the XB1.
Mortal Kombat: Komplete Edition Hits PC This August
The deadliest warriors in existence have been summoned to a brand new world. Or, put more plainly, Mortal Kombat: Komplete Edition is finally bound for PC. Youíll be kicking it with Scorpion, Katana and the rest of the gang come Aug. 2.
The Incredible Adventures Of Van Helsing Has Launched For PC
Neocore Games and Reverb Publishing have announced that the dungeon-crawling, gothic-noir ARPG built in a similar vein to Diablo II has officially launched on PC...exclusively on Steam. Thankfully the new title is available for only $14.99.
Metro: Last Light DLC Season Pass Now On Sale
Today Metro: Last Light publisher Deep Silver announced their downloadable content plans for the post-apocalyptic shooter. The first DLC pack will be arriving in June.
Xbox One's E3 Conference Will Be Games, Games And More Games
So we didn't get to see any actual live, in-game footage from the Xbox One's pre-E3 conference yesterday. It was all CG or scripted sequencing and it left a real foul taste in the mouths of gamers. Thankfully, Microsoft's internal executives are well aware of this and they promise that come E3, Xbox One will be games, games, games.
Need For Speed: Next Game Teased By EA
EA seems to be on the verge of announcing the next Need for Speed. They've released an image suggesting that it will be a new entry in the Hot Pursuit sub-series.
PlayInjector's Pay What You Want Bundle Store Opens For PC Games
Not happy with DotEmu? Not getting what you're looking for from GOG.com? Want a better alternative to Steam? Need more choice than the Humble Indie store? Well, there's PlayInjector, a new digital store front that allows you to pick and choose your indie bundles and pay for them what you want.
Alan Wake Is Cheap As Hell Right Now
The thriller series Alan Wake is the subject of the latest Humble Weekly sale. You can get the Alan Wake Collector's Edition and Alan Wake's American Nightmare on the cheap with no DRM.
Xbox One's Used Game Policy Still Being Finalized, Says Microsoft
Following the announcement of the Xbox One yesterday, there has been a huge flurry of news that went from excitement over a new console to trying to survive a dungstorm of poorly communicated information and poorly revealed policies. Well, Microsoft is backtracking and we should all be glad.
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