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Indie Gamedev Greenlight

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Greenlight as a process has numerous issues, among them being buried in Steam, a process that makes no sense to anyone and a lack of proper updating. However, that is not what we are here to discuss at this time beyond in how it impacts the story here. Given the hidden process of Greenlight and the fact that a lot ... Read More »

Activision Releases Advanced Warfare Live Action Trailer

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Grab your Dew and Doritos while you can because the world is only a few days away from the release of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. Activision has released a live action trailer for the latest edition of the Call of Duty franchise featuring actors Taylor Kitsch and Emily Ratajkowski. According to the video description the events take place in ... Read More »

Halloween Sales


It’s the scariest time of year, when monsters come out and candy cavities are unleashed across a world. As PC Game sellers are always looking for an excuse to drum up business, it’s no surprise that Halloween would become a time of many treats. Some places may trick you, but here we’ll go through some of the sales we’ve seen ... Read More »

Games With Gold November 2014

Games With Gold November 2014

Another month and another free round of games for subscribers of the Xbox gold with the Games with Gold program have just been announced my Xbox Live’s Major Nelson. Just like with all of the other months Xbox Live members who have purchased a gold subscription will receive two free Xbox 360 games and one free Xbox One game. The ... Read More »

Endless Legend Shades of Alteration Add-on

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Amplitude Studios has continued its work on updating Endless Legend, as it has now released a new patch in time for Halloween as part of their post-release plan. Amplitude has said that they want to work on free add-ons and expansions similar to what they did in Endless Space and they’ve released their first free add-on called Shades of Alteration. ... Read More »

King of Dragon Pass Anniversary and Successor


King of Dragon Pass has reached its 15th birthday now, and A Sharp has put it on sale for the 5 days to celebrate that event. King of Dragon Pass was revived in 2011 by A Sharp when it was given an update and released on iOS, Android and GOG. King of Dragon Pass has the player take control of a Barbarian ... Read More »

Dragon Age Keep Now In Open Beta

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Dragon Age: Inquisition releases in just a few weeks on November 18th, 2014, and when Dragon Age: Inquisition was announced Bioware had a bit of a problem. Their save import system that had worked for Dragon Age II would no longer be effective, and had previously had importing issues and bugs that caused problems with previous games. Not only that, ... Read More »