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Some new reports have been popping up about the appearance, or rather disappearance, of Deep Silver's Dead Island 2. Why did I name the publisher and not the developer? Well, that's because there has yet to be a stable developer at the helm and the game seems to be in some sort of limbo.
If Minecraft was any indication of how successful an open-world game is, then you know the upcoming Worlds Adrift’s user-created content is no different. And in the most recent trailer, you can see what kinds of things users can create in the vast world of the game.
The one thing most people probably don't think about when going into a GameStop is having to fend for their lives against armed robbers, almost taken right out of some of the action games they play. Well, that's exactly what happened with one seven-year-old who was attending a GameStop with his family.
An ex-employee of Valve is suing the company for a number of reasons, including misclassification of their employment, discrimination and creating a hostile work environment. The plaintiff is suing Valve for $3.15 million in damages, and hopes to bring the case to trial.
Using the PS4 to play PC games seems like a backward dream come true, given that a lot of PC gamers would probably love to play PS4 games on their PCs. Nevertheless, one enterprising gamer managed to get Sony's system to run Linux, and from Linux they were able to boot into Steam's Big Picture Mode.
When I was first introduced to Gang Beasts, I didn’t know what to think when I heard the name. It sounded like some lame beat-em-up from the 80’s—or at least that’s what I pictured. But I was so wrong. And the online multiplayer is better than I ever thought it could be.
It appears to have become tradition lately for someone to leak the start date for the Steam Summer Sale. This has happened for the last few Steam sales over the past couple of years. Based on the information leaked this time around, the Summer Sale will commence on June 23 and run through July 4.
It feels like just yesterday that we jumped from the year 2015 to 2016, and video game releases have already begun to pour out. Thankfully, Gaming Blend has taken the opportunity to compile a list of some of gaming’s more major releases for the year 2016 so you can stay up to date with what’s coming.
Featuring narration by famed actor Sean Bean and music from John Murphy called “The Sun”, which went to the highly underrated sci-fi flick, Sunshine, the announcement trailer for Civilization VI is one of those awe-inspiring testaments to human progress.
The Mushroom Kingdom is coming to Minecraft in a big way next week as Mojang announces content themed after Super Mario Bros will be coming to the Wii U version of the game.
CD Projekt Red has been keeping a tight lid on the release of the upcoming expansion pack for The Witcher 3, entitled Blood & Wine. However, the release date for the expansion may have leaked ahead of the official announcement, thanks to the Steam page accidentally being updated by the developers ahead of time.
Since I was first introduced to Team Fortress 2 back in college, it was a game I clung to as a means of escape, something I played in my downtime to destress or get together with friends. But when I played the Overwatch Beta on Friday, I was immediately taken back to a time I thought I had lost.
Killing Floor’s latest Perk equips players to join the ranks of the Sharpshooter class. So rather than fight hectically through the hordes of baddies, this newest addition to the roster will instead reward careful aim and killing from a distance.
Fans of Star Wars will likely spend the rest of the week trying to control their wallet and the money that will spill out of it thanks to a massive week long sale taking place on Steam that contains some of the most memorable Star Wars games to date.
Back when I was in college, I got myself an Xbox 360 and occasionally spent weekends playing drunk Halo with my friends in our dorm rooms. But that was before someone introduced me to Steam and all of the wonders of online multiplayer gameplay in Team Fortress 2. After that, I never looked back to the Xbox.