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Disgaea 2 is coming to Steam, but not until January

Typically, when I hear that an older game is being ported over to PC, I expect to see it pop up on Steam in the near future. A few weeks. Maybe a month. Hell, sometimes they're even stealth-released! The newly-announced port of Disgaea 2, t...   read

 
 
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Sony's refund policy under scrutiny after No Man's Sky launch

No Man's Sky couldn't have possibly lived up to the hype that was generated, even though it turned out pretty OK. But some consumers have experienced issues with low frame rate, crashes, or nausea, or simply feel as though they didn't ...   read

 
 
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You can play Umbrella Corps for free on Steam this weekend (but you really shouldn't)

Curiosity has gotten the better of me. I'm among the less than 70 people on PC currently playing Umbrella Corps, Capcom's fast-crawling multiplayer-centric take on Resident Evil that saw a commercial release for some reason. That's sub-70 p...   read

 
 
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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Deluxe at 25% off, preload going live

Preloading for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided fires up at 9:00am Pacific on Friday, August 19. If you want to pick up a copy in time for both the preload and those pre-order bonuses, two digital retailers are danging the pre-order disco...   read

 
 
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The Pokemon creators just launched a puzzle platformer on Steam Early Access

Game Freak, the developer of the Pokémon franchise, has just released a new 2D puzzle-platforming action game (metroidvania?) on Steam Early Access called Giga Wrecker. Skimming the game's listing, it looks like the full versio...   read

 
 
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All of Ubisoft's VR titles are coming this holiday season

In an amazing effort to not piss off VR fans who bought one $600+ box and potentially missed out on a specific game because of it, Ubisoft is releasing all three of its major VR titles later this year on all three major platforms -- Oculus ...   read

 
 
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PC Port Report: Little King's Story

I've heard people clamoring about Little King's Story ever since its release in 2009. "It's a great Pikmin-esque experience!" and "It's so cute and charming, you gotta play it!" they'd say. I'm not exactly sure why I didn't get around ...   read

 
 
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Review: Okhlos

If there's a game concept I'd like to see become prevalent, it's the one where you amass an army of little dudes to wail on much-bigger monsters. Pikmin. Overlord. Little King's Story. Only those three readily come to mind, and while my mem...   read

 
 
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I hope N++ fares better on Steam

The sense I get from N++ is that it has been largely overlooked despite the many fans Metanet has garnered for its precision platforming, and despite the fact that this installment is really quite good (and freakin' huge!). Was it the Pla...   read

 
 
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I've met someone and I think I'm in love, his name is Owlboy

I got a sneak preview press demo of D-Pad Studio's Owlboy, a retro-inspired action adventure game that has been in development for eight years having started in 2008 (to put that in perspective No Man's Sky began development in 2012)....   read

 
 
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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided pre-order up to 30% off before release

Summer 2016 has been a dead zone for new Triple-A releases, and for the most part discounts on fall releases have not been as strong as previous years. This week things change a bit for next week's August 23 release of Deus Ex: Mankind...   read

 
 
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What's your most-played Steam game?

While I'd love to offer you my hours-count in Pokemon Some Such Color or Final Fantasy Some Such Roman Numeral, that would require much too much digging through boxes. Beyond that, plenty of games like Super Smash Bros. or Street Fighter II...   read

 
 
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It's shocking how much better Slain is now

Admittedly, I've been slow to revisit Slain. The real metal, real arcade-y hack-and-slash platform game disappointed seemingly everyone who played it at launch back in March, especially folks who chipped in for the Kickstarter. Despite sign...   read

 
 
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No Man's Sky is one of the biggest PC games of the year in spite of its issues

So uh, No Man's Sky is selling pretty well on PC, and unlike the fairly closed system from Sony, it's much easier to track. Steam Stats is reporting that 212,620 people have been playing the game concurrently today -- for reference, XCOM 2&...   read

 
 
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Vive now comes with some (different) free games

HTC announced today that starting now, anyone who purchases an HTC Vive will receive a voucher for three free virtual reality games via the Steam service. It seems like a good selection, and it looks like HTC is trying to put its best foot ...   read

 
 
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Friday Night Fights - No Man's Thigh

No Man's Sky? Pffffft. Give me hot dudes thighs. I don't need no damn sky. Just fleshy, muscular meat pistons. Actually before I got home to write this, my kid wanted a movie so we hit up the Redbox. NMS was just put in. SNARF! Pretty hyped...   read

 
 
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PSA: The No Man's Sky PC port is having widespread issues

Another day, another No Man's Sky controversy. The PC port is apparently in a rather abysmal state as there are widespread reports of crashes, frame rate issues, and other bugs. Popular YouTuber and Destructoid 'super fan' John Bain ak...   read

 
 
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Review: CASE: Animatronics

I went into CASE: Animatronics with an open mind. Yes, as a Steam Greenlight game featuring evil animatronics, there was some obvious cause for trepidation. That it would turn out to be a shameless copy cat, a thin experience riding another...   read

 
 
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Review: Tadpole Treble

If I had to pick one word to describe Tadpole Treble, that word would be "charming." It's a simple premise, and it seems to have been inspired by the musical tadpole pond minigame in Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars. The creative ...   read

 
 
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Quantum Break is coming to Steam after all

Well well, this is nice surprise. Despite prior claims that Remedy and Microsoft Studios' Quantum Break would be a "Windows Store exclusive," the time-bending shooter is breaking free with a Steam release on September 14, 2016. Wait long en...   read

 
 
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Armello DLC and Xbox One release scheduled for August 30

It’s somewhat comforting to know that despite the closure of many of the larger Australian development studios, there are still a fair few indie developers out there to pick up the slack. One of such studios is the Melbourne-based&nb...   read

 
 
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This survival-centric Humble Bundle has Rust for cheap

It's a hell of a week to put on a survival-themed bundle, what with No Man's Sky eating evenings for the foreseeable future, but some of these games in the Humble Survive This Bundle are worth adding to your library (on the off chance ...   read

 
 
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Two more Vita games are jumping to Steam

Another day, another pair of once Vita exclusives making the jump to PC. Idea Factory International announced today Trillion: God of Destruction and MegaTagmension Blanc + Neptune VS Zombies will appear on Steam this Fall. Both games, ...   read

 
 
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Suda 51's The Silver Case now has a demo on Steam

If there was ever a game to be on the fence about, it's a PC remake of a 1999 PlayStation release -- for a lot of you out there, based on the screens alone, The Silver Case is going to be a hard sell. But fear not, as Suda51's cla...   read

 
 
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Review: Kentucky Route Zero Act IV

If the movie Inside Out taught us that sadness is a necessary and complex emotion, Kentucky Route Zero is that idea’s logical endpoint. The three acts released up to this point have been sublime, presenting a world and characters mire...   read

 
 
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