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Whether you’re all about getting festive over trick-or-treating or you just go around stealing candy from kids in your "free candy" van, one thing is undeniably certain: Steam has some awesome Halloween games for sale right now and here’s a few you’ll definitely want to pick up for under $9.99.
Playdead, developer of surprise indie hit Limbo, is hard at work on their next game. They've yet to formally announce the game but studio boss Dino Patti dropped a few clues about it in a new interview.
World of Warcraft dabbles in some free-to-play features, Ubisoft confirms I Am Alive isn't dead, Limbo is coming soon to the PS3 and does XBLA need some price adjusting? These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.
The game that garnered tons of attention for its engagingly bleak atmosphere and philosophical themes about life, death and limbo will be appearing on the PS3's PlayStation Network and on PC via Steam, soon.
Today Microsoft Game Studios is slashing prices on much of its Xbox Live content. Popular Xbox Live Arcade games like Castle Crashers and Shadow Complex are just some of the items getting a 50% reduction for the rest of the day.
It looks like three of the best selling games across the Xbox Live Arcade platform will be arriving in a boxed retail set for gamers who may not have picked up a digital copy on Microsoft's Live service.
To end 2010, Microsoft is offering a discount on perhaps the most popular Xbox Live Arcade game of the year. Limbo is available at 800 MS Points, a 33% price reduction.
Earlier this summer Playdead released puzzle-platformer Limbo on Xbox Live Arcade. Though the game racked up great sales and reviews, they're not dashing off to make a direct sequel.
Microsoft will be holding another "Summer of Arcade" event over the next couple months with high-profile Xbox Live Arcade releases. Today they announced the dates and prices for each of these games.
Everything you need to know about everything Microsoft is showcasing at this year’s E3 is now available for public viewing.
You can check out two new teaser trailers for both games, as they play on the concepts of shadows and light.
A new teaser trailer was released featuring the protagonist hopping across bodies floating in the water, as well as him being smashed by a giant monolith.
Limbo is a dark and gauzy looking platform title being designed for PC and the new trailer gives players a brief look at some of the gameplay.