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Nether Adds Motorcycles, Crafting, Creature Mode In New Update
The massive, multiplayer-online role-playing shooter game Nether has been updated to include some nifty new features.
Metal Slug 3 Available For Steam Pre-Order At 25% Off
Run and gun gaming may not have gotten its start with the Metal Slug series, but it’s certainly one of the franchises to elevate the trigger-happy gameplay to the next level and, starting today, would-be mercenaries looking to kick the butt of evil can pre-order Metal Slug 3 for a discounted 25 percent off through Steam.
Saturday Morning RPG, Aces Wild Now Available On Steam
Saturday Morning RPG and Aces Wild, two graduates of the school of Greenlight gaming have officially become available for Steam users.
Reven Brings Side-Scrolling Metroid Gameplay To Greenlight
Three really cool games have managed to stand out on Steam's Greenlight, including the Metroid-inspired side-scroller, Reven, and the giant-mech-versus-super-giant-robot-monsters action game, Gigantic Army.
Europa Universalis 4 Gets Wealth Of Nations Expansion In Q2
Civilization strategy game fans looking to do a little money changing and financial finagling have a lot to look forward to as Europa Universalis IV gears up to receive its second major update in the Wealth of Nations expansion.
Windforge Coming To Steam In March, Features Custom Airship Construction
Snowed in Studios released a new trailer for their upcoming, procedural, open-world, survival, whale-hunting, airship building 2D RPG, Windforge. The name adequately represents the core content of the title: you venture the world by building and piloting airships.
Blackguards First Impressions: A Darker Version Of Final Fantasy Tactics
Daedalic Entertainment released the demo for Blackguards to help convince gamers that the new title is worth investing in while it still trudges through the Early Access program. I put in some time with the demo and managed to gather a little bit of an idea of what's in store.
Dawn Of The Ronin, Edge Of Eternity, 48 Others Greenlit For Steam
50 brand smacking new games have been greenlit for Steam. A ton of these games are actually pretty cool, including one of my own personal favorites, Aces Wild.
To The Death Heads To Kickstarter, Asks For $400,000
One game that doesn't seem to aim to contend with any direct brand or franchise out there is something from Scary Mostro and Section Studios called To The Death.
Resident Evil 4 HD Coming To PC And It Won't Be Broken This Time
Capcom has announced that they will rectify their grand mistake that was the original Resident Evil 4 port on PC by re-releasing the game in HD with better... well, better everything.
Hitman Contracts Launches On Steam Without Soundtrack, Voices
Square Enix has at long last released the 2004 game Hitman Contracts on Steam. Unfortunately, the Steam release isn't a perfect translation of the original retail version.
Next Car Game Now Available On Steam's Early Access
Bugbear Entertainment's physics-driven racing simulator has officially launched on Steam's Early Access program. It's discounted at the moment by 17% and you can get in on the game's alpha for only $24.99.
The Banner Saga Wins Over Critics, But Will It Win Over Sales?
Stoic Studios' The Banner Saga has already hit the ground running, as far as critical acclaim goes. The title was one of the big shakers and movers of the early Kickstarter craze that occurred throughout 2012. The game racked up a breezy $723,000 on Kickstarter while only requiring $100,000 for their goal.
Valve: No Refunds If Steam Early Access Game Is Cancelled
Steam Early Access lets developers sell games before they've been completed to help fund their development. If these games are never finished, though, you won't be able to get a refund.
DayZ Standalone Sells 1 Million Copies
Barely a month removed from release and Bohemia Interactive's rockstar developer, Dean “Rocket” Hall, has taken to Twitter to celebrate and extol the platform that everyone said was dying... the Glorious PC. What was there to praise? I don't know, maybe a little something-something along the lines of moving more than a million copies of DayZ in just a month's time.