Hoping to get in on the Dark Souls goodness this holiday season on Steam? Well, whether you're a long time follower or a newfound fan, you'll have to wait a bit longer if you want to play Dark Souls on PC without having to go through the hassle of dealing with Games For Windows Live.
The Steam holiday sale season is officially upon us bringing loads of discounts between now and the dawn of the New Year. For the first week of this discount-a-thon, players can expect to find games with a heavy emphasis on traveling about with the launch of the “Exploration Sale.”
Give people a good thing and they'll be a group of scoundrels to find a way to screw it up for everyone. That's sort of what happened with the Steam Gifts, an option for those to purchase items and trade or send it to other users through the Steam service.
Assassin's Creed Unity's Patch 3 will be rolled out this week. The update includes fixes for frame rate drops and many other problems with the open-world action game.
The upcoming open-world racing title, The Crew, will be another game where the reviews are embargoed to the day of release. That should definitely tell you something.
Recently there's been a consumer revolt regarding a lack of transparency and disclosure in the media, and it's been brought to the attention of the FTC to make it clearer when the lines have been crossed between editorials and advertorials.
Action RPG fans in need of something for the long holiday weekend to do have two options. Torchlight is now free while its sequel is available for much cheaper than normal.
Telltale Games has released "Zer0 Sum," the first episode of their new adventure game Tales from the Borderlands. Not everyone will be able to play it today, though.
Dark Souls 2 has finally been confirmed for Xbox One and PS4. The game will debut on both consoles as part of a special bundle called Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin.
When you play a classic fantasy-based RPG, there are certain things you can usually rely on: Multiple classes with their own strengths and weaknesses, a tale of a tyrant being overthrown by a rag-tag band of reluctant heroes, loot, treasure, boss fights and interesting environments to explore. Rollers of the Realm--recently released for the PlayStation 4, Vita and PC--offers all of the above. What sets it apart from other RPGs, however, is the fact that it’s actually a pinball game.
World of Warcraft players will soon have a new set of loot to earn. Blizzard released the first images of the Tier 17 armor for all classes today.
PC strategy game Total War: Attila will be launching worldwide in February, Sega announced today. Gamers can pre-order one of two editions of Attila and get some special bonuses in the process.
Warner Bros. Entertainment and Rocksteady Games released the latest promo video for Batman: Arkham Knight, featuring a look at the combat, the stealth, the Batmobile and some of the open-world gameplay.
Turtle Rock Studios is doing something a bit different from other studios out there: they're not going to charge for downloadable map content for their upcoming asymmetric, competitive multiplayer game, Evolve. Why? Because they don't want to break up the community or create disparity within the player-base.
We've seen a strong trend lately from composers constantly pushing the barrier in quality and creativity when it comes to game soundtracks, and Sarah Schachner's score for Assassin's Creed Unity is right up there with the best of them.