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Hearthstone Developers Concerned About Harassment

We live in a world that is constantly trying to keep up with technology. Social media, for example, is fairly young and yet has become an essential part of life. For game developers, particularly for those actively updating their games, it is an excellent way to keep in touch with their fans. Blizzard is one of many companies that utilize ...

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Top 12 Grossing Steam Games Announced

One thing we as gamers always seem to enjoy are rankings of games. We already had the Steam Awards, in which we decided which games were best from a personal perspective. But the best game isn’t always the best grossing game, and Valve seems to have noticed this. They have announced the top 100 grossing games for 2016 in a ...

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Drunk or Dead VR Game Enters Greenlight

VR is a very experimental platform at the moment. It’s freshly broken ground, and not a lot of developers seem to know what to do with it. Plenty of attempts have been made at charting this new frontier, with mixed results. Some games are built from the ground up for VR, while others feature VR as an optional peripheral. A ...

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Postal Source Code Released To Public

Postal was a very interesting and bizarre game series. Following a psychotic man in sunglasses and a trench coat, players undertook violent rampages. Said rampages claim the lives of police, military, bystanders and just about everyone else. It’s a particularly bloody series that has managed to earn both controversy and cult appeal. There have been three main entries in the ...

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Diablo 20th Anniversary Event Announced

It’s hard to believe that it’s been 20 years since the action RPG Diablo first released. The satisfying combat and the neverending quest to advance your character was furthered by two sequels, Diablo II in 2000 and Diablo III in 2012. Diablo was a pioneer in the genre, striking a chord with an extremely loyal fanbase that to this day ...

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Ghost Recon returns with Ghost Recon Wildlands in March 2017 with a sprawling open world.

The Creation of Ghost Recon Wildlands’ Reactive World

Ubisoft’s decision to use Bolivia as a model for the world in Ghost Recon Wildlands is exciting because of the scope and variety that it suggests. Snowy mountaintops, salt flats, expansive fields and sprawling villages all offer a lot of potential for a Tom Clancy game. Of course, Bolivia is a massive place, so Ubisoft decided wisely to not try ...

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VR Monster Awakens is a destruction-filled arcade game geared towards fun times with friends.

VR Monster Awakens Enters Steam Early Access

Many recent virtual reality experiences have been designed so that people can experience being a human in a virtual world, but VR Monster Awakens allows the player be a monster. The premise is simple: you, the monster, are disturbed in your sleep, so you awake and wreak havoc! The visuals look very much like Minecraft: boxy people, buildings and environment. FIGHT4DREAM, ...

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Players Hold In-Game Vigils in Remembrance of Carrie Fisher

It’s a sad day for fans of all things Star Wars. After the news of Carrie Fisher’s death today due to a heart attack she suffered earlier this week, the internet has been alive with memorials and kind words about the actress who played Princess Leia Organa. Players of Star Wars: The Old Republic also took time today to honor ...

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Steam Fined Millions for Refusing Game Refunds

It seems digital distribution giant Steam is in hot water with the Australian government. Australia is known for having very strict consumer protection laws that were set in place to make sure that citizens don’t fall victim to false advertising and other misleading business tactics. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has a large amount of power over the ...

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Star Citizen - the massive crowd-funded space exploration sim - uses Amazon's Lumberyard engine.

Star Citizen to Use Amazon Lumberyard

Yesterday, on December 23, Cloud Imperium Games (CIG) announced that their upcoming and highly anticipated space sims Star Citizen and Squadron 42 will use the Amazon Lumberyard engine. Amazon’s game engine, Lumberyard, is an impressive free AAA engine that not only allows game designers to design incredibly detailed 3D games (as shown by the immaculate screen shots of both games ...

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