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Space Engineers Gets Stargate Portal, Planet Atmosphere, Tree Mods

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I’ve grown increasingly impressed with the sort of stuff that’s being added /modded into Keen Software House’s Space Engineers. The game has grown increasingly large since the short time it’s been racking up the sales and growing its audience on Steam’s Early Access platform. The game is hailed as a better looking, physics-based version of Minecraft. Well, this not-quite-a-Minecraft-clone has been updated with some nifty new mods. Continue reading



Assassin’s Creed Unity Delayed

Assassin's Creed Unity

Ubisoft has made it known that the upcoming open-world Assassins versus Templar title has been delayed… oh wait, there are two of those games coming out so I best clarify: Assassin’s Creed Unity has been delayed and Assassin’s Creed Rogue is still primed and ready for the release it was always scheduled to have. Continue reading

Perturbia Giving Out Free Steam Keys On Greenlight

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Imaginary Game Studios has a first-person horror title currently on Steam’s Greenlight platform seeking a bit of upvoting love and a bit of favoriting. Well, they’ve hit a bit of a roadblock on the promotion front when it comes to how many upvotes they need.  So to get the word out about their game – and considering that gaming media is tangled up in another issue right now – Imaginary Game Studios has opted to try to promote their game in a different way. Continue reading

Lords Of The Fallen Trailer Previews The Game’s Dark World

Lords of the Fallen

A new trailer for Lords of the Fallen has gone live featuring the game’s dark and war-ravaged world. The trailer rolls through some of the locations that players will visit and gives an ever-so-brief look at a few of the bosses that they will face down against. While that may not sound like very exciting viewing, it’s paced well with a slick voice-over explaining what the player’s objective will be in saving the world while taking on unspeakably kick-butt horrors. Continue reading

Lethal League Brings Windjammers-Style Sports Action To Steam

Lethal League

Team Reptile’s multiplayer, combat sports game Lethal League has landed on Steam. It’s a small little 2D cel-shaded title that sees players whacking anti-gravity projectiles back and forth at each other as it picks up speed with increasing volatility, making for some intense and completely unpredictable gameplay. Continue reading

GOG.com Now Offering DRM-Free Movie Streaming

GOG Movie Streaming

Just when all the bullcrap that spreads from hitting the fan makes me think that the interactive entertainment industry is doomed to ride out the rest of its life under the microscope of uninformed pundits, egotistical megalomaniacs and reason-deferred beta-males, something happens that helps me feel a renewed sense of vigor and worth for the industry that I love so much. In this case, Good Old Games has announced that they will be extending their DRM-free services beyond the realm of gaming and into the ring of movie streaming. Continue reading

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution Preview And Gameplay Overview

Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution

Bandai Namco is prepping to release the upcoming 3D, cel-shaded fighting game for the Xbox 360, PC and PS3 during the middle of September in Japan, North America and Europe. The game’s release is fast approaching and gamers looking for a bit of collective information on the game can find it right here. Continue reading

Moon Hunters Launches On Kickstarter

Moon Hunters

The media alert from the Games Press resource is only a day late, but it’s better to be a day late than to show up maybe a week later with a coffee-stained shirt, disheveled hair and a touch of death about your face. Because really, when the latter case happens it’s usually preceded by a weekend that would make for a good, raunchy, hard-R Hollywood comedy. Nevertheless, Moon Hunters has already managed to get off to a zippy start after utilizing the Square Enix Collective platform to help build up some community momentum before heading off to Kickstarter. Continue reading