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3:00 PM on 09.18.2014

Devolver Digital's Heavy Bullets leaves Early Access

Publisher Devolver Digital and game developer Terri Vellmann are pleased to announce that the gloriously neon-soaked, procedurally generated first-person shooter, Heavy Bullets, is leaving Steam Early Access today. It's avai...

Rob Morrow


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12:30 PM on 09.18.2014

The Final Fantasy XIII trilogy is headed to Steam

The official site gave it away, to some extent, but here we go: Final Fantasy XIII is coming to Steam on October 9, priced at $15.99, with XIII-2 and Lightning Returns arriving for PC by spring 2015. XIII already has a listin...

Jordan Devore

5:30 PM on 09.17.2014

Like Robotron and Smash TV? You might dig Iron Fisticle

Silly name aside -- and, you know, at least it's memorable -- I'm all about Iron Fisticle. This is a twin-stick shooter inspired by the likes of Robotron, Gauntlet, and Smash TV, which are such terrific games to borrow from ...

Jordan Devore

7:00 AM on 09.17.2014

The official Final Fantasy XIII Portal site now has a Steam logo on it

TGS is imminent, and in a seemingly early case of jumping the gun, the official portal site for Final Fantasy XIII has added a peculiar Steam logo to the bottom of the page. This is likely not a mistake, and we may hear ...

Chris Carter

2:30 PM on 09.16.2014

Possibly seizure-inducing arcade racer The Collider smashes into Steam today

Shortbreak Studios, a part of Techland (Dead Island, Call of Juarez), has just released its PC port of the iOS and Android arcade racer The Collider today on Steam. You might recognize that name as the studio behind the mobi...

Rob Morrow

10:00 PM on 09.15.2014

Borderlands on PC is playable online again, now through Steamworks

I know, I might be the only remaining person who cares, but Borderlands (that is, the original 2009 title) is now playable online on PC again. I recently got a few of my friends into the series via Borderlands 2, and some of ...

Darren Nakamura

2:30 PM on 09.15.2014

Standalone version of Shadowrun Returns: Dragonfall releases this Thursday

The new standalone Director's Cut of Shadowrun Returns' Dragonfall expansion is right around the corner, releasing this Thursday, September 18. Before it does, I'd like to share some of the highlights from the last four developer diaries Harebrained Schemes has posted leading up to the title's launch.

Rob Morrow

1:00 PM on 09.15.2014

Took long enough! Left 4 Dead 2 uncensored in Australia

It's sad that Australian gamers are only now getting an uncensored version of Left 4 Dead 2, but at least we finally have some closure. After resubmitting the cooperative zombie shooter for classification, Valve is now able t...

Jordan Devore



Watch Dogs: Bad Blood goes punk, features co-op play and new modes photo
Watch Dogs: Bad Blood goes punk, features co-op play and new modes
by Alessandro Fillari

Say what you will about Ubisoft, but they've got a knack for trying something a little different for their DLC offerings. After the incredibly successful launch of Watch Dogs back in May, it seemed like they've been biding their time with the release of some smaller DLC packs to one of their best-selling new titles. With so much content packed in Watch Dogs, I was curious to see how a single-player campaign DLC can stack up.

But now, it seems Ubisoft felt that four months was enough for players to explore the city of Chicago as Aiden Pearce. With a new playable character, a new set of tools, and new missions to dive into; players can see the streets of Chicago through a fresh perspective, and can even bring a friend along for the ride.

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7:00 AM on 09.15.2014

Science-themed runner Boson X coming to Steam tomorrow

After hearing about it from iOS users, I was excited late last year when Boson X first came to Android, my mobile platform of choice. A few months later, I finished the six levels included in the Android version and discover...

Darren Nakamura

4:30 PM on 09.11.2014

Killer collaboration: Payday 2 is getting Hotline Miami DLC

Overkill Software and Dennaton Games are teaming up for Payday 2 DLC based on Hotline Miami. It's unclear what all is included here beyond a heist -- they can get away with offering the slimmest of details and we'll still be ...

Jordan Devore





3:30 PM on 09.10.2014

Counter-Strike Nexon: Zombies is out of control

As previously covered, Counter-Strike Nexon: Zombies is a real game. It's not out yet, but it will be out on Steam soon enough -- an open beta is scheduled to go live on September 23. I was already toying around with the idea...

Jordan Devore

3:00 PM on 09.10.2014

Kodoku Chronicles hits Kickstarter and Steam Greelight

Kodoku Chronicles by Carnivore Games is a horror visual novel which focuses on the terror and dangers that lurk on Kodoku Island. In fact, you've probably already seen it before -- Dale called it "groooooosssss." I looked at ...

Brittany Vincent

2:30 PM on 09.10.2014

Double Fine's Hack 'n' Slash 1.0 has been released on Steam

Hack 'n' Slash by Double Fine Productions had its beginnings during Amnesia Fortnight 2012, in which it received the most votes of any concept to be made into a full game. Now, it's finally complete, having left Steam Early A...

Brittany Vincent



Neverending Nightmares is eerily evocative, and set for release on September 26 photo
Neverending Nightmares is eerily evocative, and set for release on September 26
by Alessandro Fillari

It's certainly an exciting time to be an independent game developer. With the rise of Kickstarter allowing anyone with the knowledge, the skills, and an idea to find support, we're seeing a larger breadth of games come out that try something a bit different. One such game is Neverending Nightmares, and last year Jonathan Holmes wrote up a nice post about its Kickstarter campaign.

After a few ups and downs, the Kickstarter for this evocative horror title managed to make its funding goal. With release set for September 26, the developers are finally ready to unleash their survival horror game that's far more personal than most would realize. At PAX Prime 2014, I got the chance to check out an updated build and chat with some of the talent behind the game.

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4:30 PM on 09.09.2014

Close to 0% of Steam users own Gunpoint

Humble Indie Bundle 12 is up. Pay what you want for Steamworld Dig, Hammerwatch, and Gunpoint. Pay above the average ($7.60 at the moment) and Papers, Please, Gone Home, and Luftrausers are included. Ten bucks adds Priso...

Steven Hansen