The latest Humble Weekly bundle is all about games made in Japan. The Humble Weekly Bundle Made in Japan lets you pay whatever you want for the adventure comedy game Cherry Tree High Complete Pack, Doujin game Fairy Bloom Freesia, and the language learning game Influent.
Pay more than the average price to get multiplayer arena fighting game Magical Battle Festa, action shooter game Revolver 360 Re:Actor, and the arcade shooter trilogy of games, The Tale of ALLTYNEX.
Those who bought the PC version of Resident Evil Revelations 2 on Steam learned shortly after their purchase that the game does not contain local cooperative play, despite it being advertised as a feature on the game's Steam product page. Console owners of the game apparently do have the ability to play local co-op.
So why did Capcom remove this feature from the PC port of the game even as the product page on Steam STILL (as of this writing, at least) claims it supports it?
Valve claims that it has hit several new milestones on Steam - including the number of active users that platform has an concurrent users on the service at one time. According to Valve's internal user data, Steam has over 125 million active users worldwide.
Valve also noted that Steam now offers 4,500 games and 400 million bits of user-generated content. How many of those are incomplete "early access" games was not revealed.
Two more games have been added to the Humble Square Enix Bundle 2, but you'll have to spend on the higher end of the bundle to get them. The two games added are Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light and Startopia. You'll have to pay more than the current average price to get them (currently at around $7.57).
The Humble Square Enix Bundle 2 offers Hitman: Absolution, Supreme Commander 2, and Hitman GO for $1.
It looks like the PC version of Grand Theft Auto V has been delayed again by Rockstar Games. In a new post on the Rockstar Newswire, the company delivers the bad news in a sea of updates about other things. The game's original release date was January 27, but that date was pushed to March 24. Now PC gamers won't be able to play it until April 14.
Yesterday we reported that the version of the popular indie game Darkest Dungeon being sold on the Windows Game Store was a fake and was not put there by developer Red Hook or its founder Chris Bourassa. Bourassa tweeted a warning yesterday that the Windows Game Store version was not from his company and that he was reaching out to Microsoft to get the game removed.
Even as OtherSide Entertainment's spiritual sequel to the Ultima Underworld series inches ever so much closer to getting funded on Kickstarter, it has already managed to get approved by the Steam Greenlight community. While this is good news for those interested in what former Looking Glass Studios developers are capable of creating, the team still needs to raise $111,883 to hit its base crowd-funding goal of $600,000 on Kickstarter.
The latest humble Weekly Bundle is all about cooperative play with friends and family. Humble Bundle Co-op 2 lets you pay whatever you want for Hero Siege, ibb & obb - Best Friends Forever Double Pack, and Shadow Puppeteer.
If you are willing and able to pay more than the average price, you'll also get Damned and Hammerwatch.
Paying $10 or more, will get you two more games - Contagion and FORCED.
Finally, if you will pay $17 or more you can get duplicates of all these games so you can give them to friends and family.
The latest Humble Bundle celebrates the PC games of Square Enix. The Humble Square Enix Bundle 2 offers Hitman: Absolution, Supreme Commander 2, and Hitman GO for $1.
Paying more than the average price will get you Thief, Murdered: Soul Suspect, and Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Director's Cut.
Paying more than $15 will score you all of the aforementioned games plus Tomb Raider and Sleeping Dogs.
Details on system requirements for each game can be found here.
A freshly released update for the PC edition of Dying Light has removed a previous ban on modding the game. You may recall that earlier this month developer Techland decided to ban the use of mods from the game for fear that it was messing with the integrity of the game's "Be The Zombie" multiplayer mode. But in its zeal to ban mods that messed with multiplayer, it also inadvertently blocked ALL modifications - including those that improved performance and tweaked the game's visual style.
Indie developer Code Avarice has sold the rights to Paranautical Activity to PC and console game publisher Digerati, which in turn has brought the game back to Steam.
You may recall that the game was pulled from Steam late last year after one of Code Avirice's co-founders made a death threat to Valve founder Gabe Newell.
"Just sold PC rights for Paranautical Activity to @DigeratiDM," Tweeted Code Avarice.
The folks at Humble Bundle have launched a special weekly bundle in time for Valentine's Day this weekend called the Humble Bundle For Lovers (of games).
Pay whatever you want for Go! Go! Nippon: My First Trip to Japan, Long Live the Queen and Analogue: A Hate Story.
If you are willing to pay more than the average price (right around $4.50 as of this writing), you can also get Hate Plus, Roommates - Deluxe Edition, and World End Economica episode 01.
DRM-free PC games digital distribution site GOG.com has added six Warner Bros. Interactive games to its catalog, with the promise of more to come to the service at a later date. For now, those interested in experiencing a handful of WBIE games DRM-free can do so by visiting GOG.com and picking them up at a steep discount.
OtherSide Entertainment has launched a crowd-funding campaign on Kickstarter for a spiritual sequel to Ultima Underworld called Underworld Ascendant. The campaign has already generated $142,104 of its $600,000 goal with 29 more days to go.
The latest Humble Bundle is all about Star Wars games! The folks at Humble Bundle have announced the Star Wars Humble Bundle, offering a total of nine games for as little over $12 (as of this writing). Pay $1 or more to get Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic, Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy and Star Wars: Dark Forces.
Pay more than the average price (currently at a little over $10) to get Star Wars Battlefront II, Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords, and Star Wars Republic Commando.
Unity Technologies has joined the Non-profit games industry group The Open Gaming Alliance (OGA) today. Unity Technologies is the creator of the Unity multi-platform game development tools suite. Unity joins other industry leaders such as Intel, Dell/Alienware, Logitech, Plantronics and Razer in supporting the OGA’s efforts to "provide leadership and opportunities; and encourage growth and diversity within the games business ecosystem."
Apparently Unicorn bacon could be a thing if Unicorns existed. But in more important and breaking news, Runic Games has finally finished the Mac version of its popular RPG Torchlight II and will release it to the masses via Steam on February 2nd. Keep in mind that Torchlight II was released on September 20, 2012 for PC... Yeah that is a long time for Mac owners to wait, but if their interest has not waned then they can grab the game on Steam in early February.
Valve has banned a number of high profile professional Counter-Strike players who were caught match-fixing, according to this Eurogamer report. The maker of Counter-Strike punished multiple high-profile players profited from a recent Cevo Season 5 match between teams iBUYPOWER and NetCodeGuides.com.
Microsoft revealed today that it will start testing its new Xbox One app as part of the January build of the Windows 10 Technical Preview. Microsoft revealed the new app this week during a Windows 10 media briefing event. The app allows Windows 10 owners (who also own Xbox One) Xbox Live integration, cross platform multiplayer and game streaming from an Xbox One to PC.
Bohemia Interactive's Steam Early Access zombie survival shooter DayZ has officially sold 3 million copies of its standalone version, according an announcement by the company. While the game is still in early development, it has managed to garner around 3 million players since its release in December of 2013. The game has also changed a bit over the last year thanks to 24 updates since launch.
Electronic Arts announced this morning that its "On The House" program will feature Bullfrog classic Theme Hospital. No doubt inspired by the company's hit game Theme Park, Theme Hospital is a classic strategy game that puts you in charge of keeping a top notch medical facility running and keeping its not necessarily willing customers as happy as one can while they are receiving medical treatment...
Today at its Windows 10 event, Microsoft revealed a new visor that will serve as its entry point into the world of virtual reality.
In a demo of its newly acquired mega franchise Minecraft, Microsoft showed off how its "Project Hololens" wearable visor will display "holograms" in the user's field of vision. The technology is more akin to augmented realty than virtual reality, but we won't split hairs.
Frontier Developments is wrestling with an age old question about crime and punishment as it relates to its online-focused space simulation, Elite: Dangerous. As chronicled by Kotaku, the developers of the crowd-funded game are wrestling with the best way to punish players who commit acts of murder against their fellow space traveling peers.
Speaking to GameSpot, Xbox boss Phil Spencer made the bold claim that Microsoft's upcoming Windows 10 operating system is "the best operating system we've ever created for gamers on PCs."
Last week Rockstar Games assured those interested in playing the PC version of Grand Theft Auto 5 that it would be ready to go - as planned - by the end of January. Despite those assurances, it turns out that it might have been bending the truth a little or realized over the weekend that the game needed a lot more work.
Today Rockstar Games announced that the release date for the PC version of the game has been pushed to March 24. In addition to delivering this bad news, Rockstar also released the PC specs for the game.
Bethesda Softworks is giving away its classic CRPG Elder Scrolls: Arena for PC away for free. All you have to do is visit the official site for the game at www.elderscrolls.com/arena and find the download link.
Elder Scrolls: Arena is the first game in Bethesda's popular RPG series. Its success would spawn such sequels and spin-offs as Daggerfall, Battlespire, Redguard, Morrowind, Oblivion, Skyrim - and coming soon to PS4 and Xbox One - The Elder Scrolls Online.
You can learn more about the Elder Scrolls series of RPGs by visiting www.elderscrolls.com.
Rockstar Games is assuring fans about shifting dates for the PC version of Grand Theft Auto on Steam that its latest open-world third-person action game is still on track for release in late January. The company was forced to issue a statement after a report in VG247 showed that the dates for the release of the game had changed several times in September.