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Alan Wake And More Join GOG Summer Sale
Gaming on the cheap shouldn’t be a problem this summer, so long as you have a half-decent computer and a GOG account. The digital distribution service has today kicked off its “2013 #NoDRM Summer Sale,” offering deep discounts on several titles.
Gears Of War Judgment Lost Relics DLC Launches Today For VIPs
Hope you’re ready to return to battle, because four new maps are headed to Gears of War: Judgment today as part of the Lost Relics DLC pack. That means more online dudes to kill and more locations in which to do said killing. Hooah!
Saints Row: The Third And Gods Eater Burst Team Up On PS Plus Today
The PlayStation Plus train keeps on rolling this week with two brand new additions to the Instant Game Collection, including Saints Row: The Third for the PlayStation 3 and Gods Eatur Burst for the PSP/Vita.
Oculus Rift VR Headsets Getting Commercial Release
Originally the Oculus Rift was Kickstarted to get some dev kits out and about for developers to add support to recent and upcoming games. The device has garnered a ton of attention for the simple fact that it's a head-tracking VR headset with some neat functionality. Today, Oculus VR Inc has confirmed that they received $16 million in funding to bring the Rift to commercial retail release.
D-Link Gaming Router Announced, Pre-Orders Available From Newegg
D-Link and Qualcomm have come together to announce the new D-Link Gaming Router with Qualcomm's Streamboost (DGL-500) technology. The router is designed for gamers who cannot afford to lose a second to buffering or low latency cut-ins during intense MMO raids or those oh-so-important Counter-Strike tournaments.
Contrast Will Stick To The Shadows On PlayStation 4
The 2013 E3 event was overflowing with new and intriguing titles, one of which has players exploring the world of a gritty crime noir story by platforming through the shadows. It's called Contrast, and it's making its way to the PlayStation 4.
Fields Of War Brings 200-Player Mech Battles To Windows, Mac And Linux
If there is one thing that mankind was born to do, it was pilot massive mechs while blowing each other to smithereens. Since technology has not yet caught up to that destiny, we have to rely on video games to get the job done. Now Fields of War has stomped onto the scene to fill that role, bringing with it a player count of 200.
Witcher 3 DLC Will Be Free On PC, May Not Be Free For PS4, XB1
By now we should all be familiar with the policies of CD Projekt RED: they're good guys in a world gone mad. They're like the Mad Max in a digital wasteland ruled by publishers and console manufacturers of a Humongous sort. However, their attempts to keep DLC and updates free may be hedged into a walled garden thanks to the home consoles.
Shadowrun Returns Launching Soon For Steam, Pre-Purchases Go Live
Harebrained Schemes has finally done it, they've moved development forward enough for Shadowrun Returns to offer pre-orders right now on Steam. This means that those of you who couldn't wait to play the game can now put some money down to own it early.
World Of Tanks Xbox 360 Beta Registration Begins
World of Tanks is steadily rolling towards release on the Xbox family of consoles, beginning with an impending beta for the Xbox 360 version of the game.
State Of Decay Patch Isn't Working, Might Be Combined With Title Update 2
Undead Labs released the first title update for State of Decay this weekend. However, it seems that the patch hasn't managed to fix anything in the Xbox Live Arcade exclusive just yet.
Dead Space 4 Not In Development, Team Working On Something Else
Visceral Games isn't currently developing Dead Space 4, EA Games Label executive vice president Patrick Söderlund confirmed in a new interview. However, he insists that the action-horror series isn't permanently dead.