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Valve dropped a surprise sale on Steam called the Lunar New Year Sale. It contains a brand new choose-your-own-adventure that determines what sort of curated sales you'll see, and there are thousands of games up and available at massive discounted prices.
Stardock Entertainment's The Political Machine 2016 is a single or multiplayer political campaign simulator. It lets players take on the role of a current candidate or create their own on their way toward the primaries and a shot at becoming the President of the United States.
Back in 2013, Senscape, including Agustín Cordes who helped design Scratches, unleashed a new project on Kickstarter called Asylum. And since the game was greenlit on Steam in 2013, there’s almost been no word of when we could expect the game in its full capacity. So the real question is, what happened to it?
From developer Clapfoot, the 1950’s style, sci-fi adventure, Fortified, dates back to multiplayer games like Team Fortress 2 in the style of the comical martian invader movie, Mars Attacks. I was given the opportunity to test out the game for myself on Steam, and let’s just say I wasn’t totally disappointed. Although, it also wasn’t what I expected.
This past Sunday marked the 17-year anniversary of the release of the very first Silent Hill game onto PlayStation. And even though a couple sad excuses for Silent Hil movies have attempted to recreate the horrifying story through film, I felt that there hadn’t been any as satisfying as the game itself—until I saw the movie, Krampus, this past Christmas.
If you’ve seen the death-riddled films like The Hunger Games and Battle Royale, then the new game from the indie developer Xaviant, The Culling, will be no less brutal.
Jonathan Blow, from the small indie studio Thekla Inc., has taken to his blog to roll through some of the numbers for the company's new first-person puzzle game, The Witness. According to Blow, The Witness has sold 100,000 copies in one week and has made $5 million in revenue.
Today, zombies aren’t as hot of a topic as they were in the late 90’s and 2000’s, but it’s a trend that has been rolling for quite a while. In a trending video found on YouTube, we take a journey back in history when zombies were a part of the voodoo culture, and fast-forward through the years to the violent and ravaging zombies found in Dying Light.
Even though horror cinema has changed over the years, movies like Friday The 13th still made an impact. That’s why Randy Greenback of Gun Media received resounding success after launching the Kickstarter for Friday The 13th: The Game. And now you can see one of the Jason Voorhees characters you'll be able to play as.
Every good horror story is based on some kind of truth, or at least I like to tell myself that to make the story seem scarier. In the case of the upcoming horror title, Kholat, it actually is based on a true story—one of the most gruesome in history.
SCS Software's American Truck Simulator was originally supposed to launch on February 3, but the developers decided that they wanted to speed up the time table. In fact, they released the game a whole 12 hours earlier than what they were scheduled to and gamers are loving every single second of it.
Carbine Studios and NCSoft have announced that they have big plans for the future of their free-to-play MMO, WildStar Online. The game will be making the leap to Valve's popular digital distribution platform, Steam. In addition to arriving on Steam there is a huge update inbound called Destination Arcterra.
Despite still being in Early Access on Steam, developers Edge Case Games have decided to host a free weekend for their online multiplayer, space PvP game, Fractured Space. The title will be available to download starting today and going through Sunday. You will be able to add it to your library and get in some game time for the next 72 hours.
It looks like Good Old Games (GOG) is getting in on this whole early access business, and will soon offer exactly that for a select crop of upcoming titles.
Insomniac Games, creator of famed series like Ratchet And Clank and Spyro The Dragon, announced today that they have been developing a new and slightly different game than they’ve worked on in the past. It’s an underwater exploration game called Song Of The Deep, and it's going to be a little different.