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6:00 AM on 03.31.2015

Dead or Alive 5 PC missing features

If you're a fan of the Dead or Alive series then you may have been excited to see that Dead or Alive 5: Last Round is finally out on Steam. However, it's probably important for you to know that it's releasing without a bunch ...

Laura Kate Dale

6:00 PM on 03.30.2015

Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin upgrade and pricing systems detailed

Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin is scheduled to launch on Steam this Wednesday, April 1 with current and last-gen counterparts becoming available the following Tuesday, April 7. From Software has described the reissue...

Rob Morrow

10:00 AM on 03.27.2015

Steam SEGA Super Bundle gives you $370 worth of games for $80

Sega is sailing onto Steam with sales this sweekend. On this page you'll find a general list of things on sale. It is deceptive because a $2.50 Jet Set Radio or a $6.80 Valkyria Chronicles share as much screen space as the "S...

Steven Hansen



Review: Pillars of Eternity photo
Review: Pillars of Eternity
by Conrad Zimmerman

Pillars of Eternity is a sort of game which appeared unlikely to exist again in any meaningful way. Isometric, party-based role-playing games certainly seemed like the sort of thing people made, "back in the day," something to be fondly remembered as products of their era's limitations that we've since moved on from.

Yet, here we are. People can still make these games, and these games can still be great.

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4:00 PM on 03.26.2015

Old school cRPG-inspired Pillars of Eternity out now

Obsidian Entertainment's crowdfunded, Baldur's Gate-style role-playing game Pillars of Eternity is out today. Reviews are coming in hot, mad positive, though you'll have to wait (with bells on) a whole hour longer for ours. ...

Steven Hansen

2:30 PM on 03.26.2015

Half-Life 2: Update looks like a real good reason to revisit City 17

For three years, Filip Victor has been working on Half-Life 2: Update, a community-made standalone version of Half-Life 2 that seeks to "fix up, polish, and visually enhance [the game] without ever changing the 2004 original'...

Jordan Devore



Free Legend of Dungeon expansion adds cats photo
Free Legend of Dungeon expansion adds cats
by Jordan Devore

More cats? More cats. And, hello, the ability to tame wild animals to fight on your behalf? I'm into it.

The dungeon brawler with the funny hats and great lighting, Legend of Dungeon, is getting the free Legend Heroes expansion today on Steam. It adds VR support for the Oculus Rift DK2, full controller support for menus, better dungeon tiles, and more bosses, items, monsters, and music.

Notably, though, eight-plus heroes have become lost in the depths and you'll want to save them not because it's the right thing to do, but because doing so unlocks new playable classes.

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3:45 PM on 03.24.2015

Team Fortress 2sdays: Hankcation

Hey everyone! Mike here, Hank is taking a siesta this week from the written word. Unfortunately that means you are stuck with me. What does that mean? Well, you get some of my amazing 'shop skillz and some rambling words, tha...

Mike Martin

2:45 PM on 03.22.2015

Sup Holmes explodes into Aether with Tyler Glaiel

[Update: Show's over folks! Thanks again to Tyler for hanging out with this. The rerun should be up this week. In the meantime, here is a cute Bombernauts trailer.] Today on Sup Holmes we welcome Tyler Glaiel to the program....

Jonathan Holmes

2:00 PM on 03.22.2015

Record breaking competitive Dota 2 match lasts over 3 hours

Dota matches have a reputation for becoming grindy slogs, but I'm pretty sure they aren't supposed to resemble the intractable grind of WWI trench warfare. On Friday a qualifying match between competitive teams Cloud9 and SFZ...

Nic Rowen



Contest: Win a code for Three Fourths Home on Steam! photo
Contest: Win a code for Three Fourths Home on Steam!
by Mr Andy Dixon

Our friends at Digerati and Bracket Games will soon be launching their IGF-nominated text adventure Three Fourths Home on Steam, and to celebrate they've given us 15 copies to hand out to lucky Dtoiders!

An "Excellence in Narrative" finalist at the Independent Games Festival, Three Fourths Home follows a family during an intense drive through a thunderstorm toward their (presumably) structurally-sound house. Oh, and it's absolutely gorgeous, too!

If pretty-looking text adventures are your cup of tea, then leave a comment in this thread for a chance to win! Limit one entry per person, and the contest is open to anyone in the world. You have until this Sunday, March 22 at 11:59pm Pacific to enter.

Good luck! And remember, our Huge Members get automatic entry into all contests (and double entries if you enter one manually), exclusive beta code giveaways for upcoming games, newsletters direct from the staff, ad-free browsing, and more! And most of all, your $3 a month helps directly support the site you love. Try us out!

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12:00 PM on 03.19.2015

State of Decay: Year One Survival Edition debut trailer, releases April 28

State of Decay was one of those pleasant surprises back in 2013. Sure, the sandbox/RPG-lite horror game was a little rough, but it was an intense experience full of free flow situations, base building, and likable survivors....

Stephen Turner

9:00 PM on 03.18.2015

What a wonderful world: Ori and the Blind Forest

After finishing Ori and the Blind Forest, a heartfelt Metroidvania-style adventure for PC and Xbox One, I wondered just how the hell I managed to know so little about it going in. What a thrill. There were moments -- not mere...

Jordan Devore

10:00 PM on 03.17.2015

Sweet closure: Blade Kitten adds Episode 2 DLC years after its debut

Back in 2010, Atari published Blade Kitten, a middling sidescrolling action-platformer about a bounty hunter who is both a human and a cat. In the years since, developer Krome Studios (Ty the Tasmanian Tiger) acquired the rig...

Jordan Devore

3:59 PM on 03.17.2015

Team Fortress 2sdays: A Slight Change of Venue

The server isn’t moving, oh god no. There will be a change in where Saturday’s Between 2Fort will be broadcast, it will be on Streamtoid’s Twitch channel (twitch.tv/streamtoid) instead. I had way too many te...

Mike Martin



RIVE was my favorite twin-stick shooter at PAX East photo
RIVE was my favorite twin-stick shooter at PAX East
by Rob Morrow

When I learned that Netherlands-based Two Tribes Studios (Toki ToriToki Tori 2) was bringing its snazzy metal-wrecking, robot-hacking, twin-stick shooter RIVE to PAX East this year, I jumped at the chance to set up an appointment to see the current state of the game.

I finally caught up Two Tribes co-founder Collin van Ginkel at the RIVE booth where he sat me down for a little hands-on with the game. I'd had some time playing an earlier version that was released last fall before leaving for the show, but what was on display at PAX East this year had obviously seen some major improvements.

For starters, the demo on hand had my previously ground-based, spider-like vehicle transformed into a nimble spacecraft, dodging and blasting its way through an asteroid belt on route to the facility to where the rest of the demo takes place. The addition of side-scrolling flying sections was a pleasant surprise and I hope that in the final version, there's even more of them.

The touchy but precise movement controls while flying were a little tricky to get used to, but by the time I had passed (collided with) a few asteroids I had full control of my ship, chewing through all that was in my path and easily outmaneuvering the spinning, laser-firing turrets that appear towards the end of the section.

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