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Red Orchestra 2 Free Tomorrow

If you’re logged into Steam tomorrow, make sure to navigate your way to the Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad store page to pick up a free copy (for keeps) of the celebrated World War II shooter. It’s yours to keep, as long as you pick it up tomorrow, and only tomorrow. For ...

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Dragon Age: Inquisition Release Date Revealed with Trailer

Dragon Age: Inquisition Release Date Revealed with Trailer

Dragon Age has had a shaky history for some. Origins set up the world in a spectacular fashion, but the sequel, not so much. BioWare looks to cast those dispersions aside, as Dragon Age: Inquisition looks to bring the franchise back into the limelight. The trailer says it all. Inquisition boasts series veterans Cassandra and Cullen, but ...

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GRID Autosport Announced, Codemasters Apologizes to Core Fanbase

GRID Autosport Announced, Codemasters Apologizes to Core Fanbase

Today in a blog post, Codemasters announced GRID Autosport as the next game in the GRID series of racing games.  The post goes into a lot of specifics about the games mechanics. The Handling As ever, our handling model has had a lot of effort put into it and you’ll ...

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Theatrhythym Final Fantasy: Curtain Call Heads West

Theatrhythym Final Fantasy: Curtain Call Heads West

Theatrhythym is getting the encore it deserves with Curtain Call.

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Galak-Z: The Dimensional Preview – PAX East 2014

Galak-Z: The Dimensional Preview – PAX East 2014

From a distance, Galak-Z: The Dimensional appears to be riding the coattails of modern indie games. It has quirky art style , a premise that harkens back to childhood dreams of space and adventure, and is a procedurally-generated rogue-like. Don’t let the introduction scare you, however - Galak-Z is one of the most purely ...

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Invisible Inc: Tactical Stealth Espionage – PAX East 2014

Invisible Inc: Tactical Stealth Espionage – PAX East 2014

Invisible Inc. from Klei Entertainment is a unique game with a mixture of tactical espionage reminiscent of X-Com with a non-lethal progression system inspired by their previous hit title, Don’t Starve and a dash of FTL just for fun. A new game every time with procedurally generated maps, random enemies, ...

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Awesomenauts, Sword & Soldiers II Preview — Pax East 2014

Awesomenauts, Sword & Soldiers II Preview — Pax East 2014

At the Pax East Romino Games booth, I had the pleasure to give a go at the latest Awesomenauts has to offer and the Wii U exclusive of Sword and Soldiers 2. Both fit the theme of distilling a genre down to a vibrant and accessible 2D game, a trait ...

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Grim Dawn Preview: Clone Saga

Grim Dawn Preview: Clone Saga

Starting an action RPG like Grim Dawn is always an exciting moment. I’m getting my PC prepped, ticking all the “very highs” and post-process boxes, and setting the game to borderless windowed mode (as I’m privy to do). Then the UI disappears. Entirely. That’s to be expected — this is an ...

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Godfire: Rise of Prometheus Hands-On Preview — Pax East 2014

Godfire: Rise of Prometheus Hands-On Preview — Pax East 2014

I didn’t know what to expect when I sat down with Godfire: Rise of Prometheus. Now, I can give you the five-word pitch: God of War on iPad. That may sound good, but from hands-on time, I can tell you it needs a bit of work before it hits God ...

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Always Sometimes Monsters Preview – PAX East 2014

Always Sometimes Monsters Preview – PAX East 2014

Promising a world of endless choices that question your morality, Always Sometimes Monsters has been on my radar for quite a while. The game boasts an unprecedented level of choice, making contemporaries like Mass Effect and The Walking Dead seem paltry. Vagabond Dog opted to start the PAX demo from the beginning, where you choose the ...

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