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The Guild 3 launching in Early Access today

NewsSeptember 26, 2017 - by luckie

The third installment in a popular Medieval merchant simulator, The Guild 3, is launching in Steam Early Access today, where it intends to stay for at least 4-6 months. The Guild 3’s developer, GolemLabs, says it is nearing completion and polishing the game, but the team still needs feedback from the series’ fans and is open for suggestions as to which features should be added or changed. If you decide to hop into The Guild 3 while it's still in Early Access, expect some bugs as well as performance hiccups. Otherwise, however, the game is fully playable.

Cyberpunk shooter Ruiner launches today

NewsSeptember 26, 2017 - by luckie

There is another cyberpunk-themed video game made in Poland launching today. We’re talking about Ruiner, a brutal top-down shooter from Warsaw-based independent developer Reikon Games. The game puts you in the shoes of a wired psychopath, who sets out on a personal vendetta against a corrupt corporation in a grim, cyberpunk city, while guided by a mysterious hacker. Ruiner is already available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows 10 PC, and is going live on Steam and GOG in just several hours.

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In our guide you will find the complex and richly illustrated walkthrough, as well as tips for the gameplay and fights. The following chapters contain descriptions of all boss fights and strategies that can lead you to success.

Valve may have been working on a four-player fantasy action game

NewsSeptember 25, 2017 - by luckie

It appears that Valve may have been working on a four-player co-operative fantasy adventure game. That’s a conclusion one can draw upon seeing the gallery of artworks posted by Drew Wolf, Valve’s former employee – he is the guy who gave Dota 2 its distinctive look. The artist shared a series of drawings and sketches presenting a cast of fantasy heroes, each one in a unique setting.

Layoffs at Dear Esther dev - The Chinese Room is down to three people

NewsSeptember 25, 2017 - by luckie

Indie developer The Chinese Room – the team behind Dear Esther, Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs and Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture – has announced that it is reducing its activity to a minimum for the time being. There are currently only three people left in the studio, but they are still working on The 13th Interior (formerly Total Dark). Besides, they want to continually support their existing games and keep in touch with the fans. In time, they intend to get back to full development speed, but for now they are taking a creative break.

Obsidian wants to make another Fallout game

NewsSeptember 22, 2017 - by luckie

Would you like to see another Fallout from Obsidian Entertainment? The team wants that too. Fallout: New Vegas director Josh Sawyer told IGN that, given a chance, his team would love to go back to the Fallout franchise. He also added that people ask him all the time whether Obsidian will return to the franchise and that he gets “more questions about Fallout than anything else". The question is, does Bethesda want to lend its franchise to Obsidian as much as fans do?

Mount & Blade ex-creators move Holdfast: Nations at War into Early Access

NewsSeptember 22, 2017 - by luckie

Holdfast: Nations at War has been launched in Steam Early Access. This is a work of a small studio Anvil Games, founded by former developers of Mount & Blade: Warband - Napoleonic Wars, and it builds on that game’s mechanics. This time, however, you can take part in large battles in the Napoleonic Era not only on land but also at sea. The developer says that Holdfast: Nations at War will likely leave Early Access within the next 12 months. You can currently jump in the alpha version by purchasing the title on Steam for $19.99.

Vampyr not coming out this November

NewsSeptember 21, 2017 - by luckie

Vampyr, the upcoming RPG from Life is Strange developer, was supposed to come out this November, in most regions the darkest month of the year. However, DontNod Entertainment has informed the fans that it is no longer the case. Vampyr has been delayed to spring 2018 on all platforms: PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. The reason for that is pretty classic: the developer needs more time to polish the game and ensure its high quality before it launches.

Project CARS dev says EA tried to kill the studio

NewsSeptember 21, 2017 - by luckie

Before releasing Project CARS, Slightly Mad Studios made two successful games for Electronic Arts: Need for Speed Shift and Shift 2. The boss of the studio, Ian Bell, has now revealed that soon after that EA tried to destroy the studio and take over its brains and technology by blocking their ability to sign a contract with another publisher. He goes as far as to say: “They tried to f**k us over – there is no other way to put it. We have no love for EA in this company”.

The new Rainbow Six: Siege patch can crash your PlayStation 4

NewsSeptember 20, 2017 - by luckie

PlayStation 4 players are reporting that the latest Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege patch is corrupting their hard drives and causing software issues. The problem seems to arise when you try to add friends in the game – that’s why you absolutely should not invite players to your party, and it will be safer not to play Rainbow Six: Siege at all for now, especially if you have downloaded the update.

NBA 2K18 micropayments are way too intrusive, fans say

NewsSeptember 20, 2017 - by luckie

NBA 2K18 is already here, and reviewers agree that we’ve got another great basketball simulator. However, players are shocked by how intrusive microtransactions have become in that $60 worth of a game. The series features Virtual Currency, which you can earn through playing or buy for real money. This time, however, someone who just wants to play can practically say goodbye to any character progression and cosmetic features in myCareer mode.

The best video game adaptations of Game of Thrones

EditorialSeptember 20, 2017 - by Wacha

Video game adaptations of movies are a regular thing nowadays, but such productions are notorious for poor quality. As the branches of visual entertainment become increasingly interconnected, one would expect franchises such as Game of Thrones to produce heaps of digital adaptations, but oddly enough, not even one high-profile production based on the prose of George R. R. Martin has been released so far. That doesn’t mean, however, that the fans of the series who are also keen on video games cannot visit Westeros on their gaming system. In this article, we look at the possible options of doing just that, by examining a handful of video games and game mods based on the world of Game of Thrones.

Grim Dawn: Ashes of Malmouth DLC revealed and dated

NewsSeptember 19, 2017 - by luckie

Crate Entertainment has finally revealed more details about the next Grim Dawn expansion, first announced earlier this year, which was supposed to introduce two new character classes: the Inquisitor and the Necromancer. The DLC is called Ashes of Malmouth, and it is going to come out in October 2017. Apart from the new specialities and their unique abilities, the add-on will introduce two chapters set in new locations as well as new items to collect and enemies to fight. Check out the new trailer.

Square Enix announces Left Alive, a survival action shooter

NewsSeptember 19, 2017 - by luckie

Square Enix has announced a new survival action shooter called Left Alive, planned to launch on PC (Steam) and PlayStation 4 some time in 2018. For now there is not much information as to what to expect of the game other than the reveal trailer shared during the 2017 PlayStation Press Conference in Japan. More details will be shared during a special show at Tokyo Game Show 2017 later this week.

Fortnite players report cross-play between XONE and PS4 is on

NewsSeptember 18, 2017 - by luckie

Fortnite players are reporting that cross-play between Xbox One and PlayStation 4 has been secretly turned on – at least on one of the consoles. It all started when PlayStation 4 users started to notice Xbox gamer tags appearing in PS4 matches. Further evidence started to come up, the heaviest being a video of father and son playing together on XONE and PS4. The thing is, Microsoft and Sony claimed that cross-play in Fortnite was absolutely not allowed.

Divinity: Original Sin II selling twice as well as the first game

NewsSeptember 18, 2017 - by luckie

Released last week, Divinity: Original Sin II has quickly become Larian Studios’ biggest success. It has been four days since its launch on PC and the game is now in the hands of almost 350,000 players – the first Divinity: Original Sin sold 160,000 copies in an analogous time. Besides, the highest number of Divinity: Original Sin II concurrent players has been 86,000. That’s significantly more than other representatives of the classic RPG genre. Comparatively, Pillars of Eternity saw only 30,000 concurrent players, while the first Divinity: Original Sin fewer than 22,000.

Don't Starve to get Hamlet single player DLC

NewsSeptember 15, 2017 - by luckie

The developer of Don’t Starve, Klei Entertainment, has announced that the popular survival game is going to get a new single player DLC, called Don’t Starve: Hamlet. This one will take the player to a new realm, dwelled by a community of Pigmen, in Q1 or Q2 2018. As for the co-op version of the game, Don’t Starve Together players will be able to take part in a series of events dubbed The Forge, starting later this year. Besides, the studio has shared a bunch of new content for its games in the form of free updates.

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