Someone should charge Gabe Newell and Valve with conspiracy -- conspiracy to relieve PC gamers of their hard-earned cash, since the third day of Steam’s “Five-Day-Long, One-Day-Only” sale offers some more kick-ass, can’t-miss deals. Of course, you can still get the LucasArts Premier Pack and the THQ Complete Pack for $49.99 each; those prices will be in effect through Monday.
Boy, Randy Pitchford wasn’t kidding when he called Steam a “money grab.” I succumbed to a few of Wednesday’s sales, so I’m going to do my best to hold off on any more Steam purchases, lest I go into debt. I’ve got to save my money for Q1 2010, which may even be more jam-packed with must-have games than this fall was.
Despite not playing as much Guild Wars 2 as I'd like to, that's okay -- it's not costing me anything. I can continue not playing free of guilt, which is the only way I can do MMO gaming any more, I've realized. ArenaNet has k...more
Today's all about the Xbox One in Microsoft Land, and to celebrate the occasion, the technology giant is willing to give you a $10 credit to its store. That is, if you're willing to hear them out about the Xbox One. For signi...more
Last Friday we shared the details of an awesome GOG.com contest where you could win one of 41 games just by identifying five pieces of videogame music. Here are the answers! I've received word from GOG that they've already begun sending out codes. Were you able to name each of the five songs? Let us know in the comments if you were one of the lucky winners! (And which game you chose!)more