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These are the best-selling Steam games of 2018

As we inch toward the new year, Valve has shared a list of the 100 best-selling games on Steam in 2018. Along with the general list, there are also a few more specific groupings including the top 150 new releases, VR best-sellers, Early Acc...

 
 
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Stardew Valley creator's new game is on the back-burner

After recently announcing that he would begin self-publishing Stardew Valley on all platforms except for Nintendo Switch and mobile, game creator Eric Barone promised more announcements would come soon. Earlier today, he had quite a lot to ...

 
 
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Forget Black Friday, the Steam Autumn Sale is live now

Valve is now running its annual Steam Autumn Sale with deals on some 14,000 PC games. What's good this year? Based on spending habits so far, it looks like Civilization VI ($17.99), Total War: Warhammer II ($29.99), Assassin's Creed Odyssey...

 
 
 
 
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Review: The Jackbox Party Pack 5

You Don't Know Jack has always been an innovative property. The very first YDKJ game in 1995 was one of the first titles to take full advantage of the storage space offered by then-new CD-ROM technology, and there's been plenty of...

 
 
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Halloween comes early to Team Fortress 2

Game developers have begun kicking off their Halloween events early to allow for ample playtime, and that even goes for Valve this year. Team Fortress 2 is on its tenth Scream Fortress event, a fact I didn't particularly care to know but no...

 
 
 
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GOG is giving out a free PC game for its birthday bash

Remember when the site used to be called Good Old Games? A lot has changed for GOG.com over the past 10 years. The digital store was originally cherished as a haven for classic PC games and overlooked gems without the annoyances of DRM. It ...

 
 
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Castlevania fans need to keep an eye on Timespinner

Now here's a name I haven't heard in years. Timespinner is a tribute to '90s action-platformers, most notably Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. It has a neat time-stopping mechanic for world traversal puzzles. You'll use melee attacks, sp...

 
 
 
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Review: Donut County

Holes get a bad rap. Their existence signifies an absence; the appearance of a hole means something can never be whole. Losing a loved one leaves a hole in our heart. Perceived gaps in storytelling are called "plot holes". Places that peopl...

 
 
 
 
 
 
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An aquarium management sim seems like a good idea

Sim game developer Twice Circled has moved from the world of pharmaceutical conglomerates to fish keeping. The studio's next title, Megaquarium, is a tycoon game about running a public aquarium. A lot more work goes into keeping a healthy ...

 
 
 
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Hungry hole physics puzzler Donut County out next month

Donut County should appeal to fans of Katamari Damacy. It's a lighthearted game in which you are a hole that can move around and swallow objects to grow larger, and you'll solve puzzles along the way. After a long wait, it's nearly ready fo...

 
 
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Review: Semblance

The traditional 2D platformer genre accounts for some of my favorite games ever. That being said, it's always awesome to see a game try and change the genre in new and exciting ways. Semblance does just that, in a way I'm surprised I h...

 
 
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Kingdoms of the Dump has some sweet SNES RPG vibes

The name caught me off guard at first, but the more I see of Kingdoms of the Dump, the better it looks. This Super Nintendo-inspired RPG about a trashcan knight really leans into its garbage theme. Join the trashcan knight, Dustin Bins...

 
 
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Steam reveals the top-selling games of 2018 so far

While my Steam purchasing has severely slowed down in recent years, I still catch myself eying the marketplace's top-sellers list. I like seeing what folks are into and whether or not I'm still with it. This week, Steam has broken out a lis...

 
 
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ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove will touch down this year

It's been a few years since ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove received its Kickstarter funding and got into production. Even with a slight delay postponing their return to Earth, the funky '90s duo is still trucking along. While a firm ...

 
 




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