There's a weird subdivision of people who will only play PC games if they are on Steam. I understand the basic notion of this (it's easier), but I do not understand the fundamentalists who follow this notion. Shouldn't you want to play a good game regardless of how that's accomplished?
Anyway, good news for people who want all of their hours logged and displayed online for everyone to see: Tribes: Ascend is now on Steam! There aren't any Steam achievements, but there is a sale on the "Steam Starter Pack" which includes "a lifetime 50% XP Boost, 4 Bonus Weapons for base classes, 2 class unlocks, 4 Perks, and 800 Tribes Gold." Currently on sale for $9.99, this will otherwise run you $19.99. That lifetime XP boost seems mighty tempting. This update also includes a new map, Stonehenge, first-person spectating, and some new supported languages for the game.
This is great news for Tribes: Ascend fans and Hi-Rez Studios since this will undoubtedly bring in way more llamas players into the game. If you're new to the game, read over this Tribes 101 image and be prepared!
Final Fantasy: Record Keeper is out today, and it kicks the crap out of All the Bravest
10:30 AM on 03.26.2015