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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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New Final Fantasy XIV Job and More Announced

Since the launch of A Realm Reborn, Final Fantasy XIV has been captivating huge amounts of players with its enthralling story and enjoyable gameplay. A stark contrast from the failure of 1.0, the newly revamped game quickly grew to one of the largest entities in the MMORPG market. The launch of Heavensward brought even more features to the game: three ...

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‘Complete’ War Thunder Exits Open Beta

It’s been a long road, but titanic combat simulator War Thunder finally moved out of open beta and into real game territory Wednesday. Update 1.65 – codenamed “Way of the Samurai – puts the game’s total number of playable combat vehicles well over 800 and, developers say, marks the completion of its development. “After reaching this important development milestone, which ...

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AfreecaTV announces renewed and bolstered support for StarCraft 2 in GSL 2017.

AfreecaTV Announces Starcraft 2 GSL Plans for 2017

To the detriment of all StarCraft 2 fans the world over, GSL was cut short in 2016. This also happened around the same time that the StarCraft 2 pro league was disbanded, which left many players and fans alike wondering what the future of the game would look like. Fortunately, AfreecaTV, the Korean streaming hub that historically sponsors and runs the ...

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Nightshade will soon be available on Steam

  Nightshade arrives to Steam soon. D3 Publisher, the renowned video game publisher responsible for developing the popular dating simulation game series, Forbidden Romance, as well as other otome and non-otome titles, has collaborated with Red Entertainment to bring gamer’s the new otome title, Nightshade. D3 Publisher and Red Entertainment originally released the title for the PS Vita in Japan ...

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GOG’s “Goodbuy 2016” Sale is Coming

GOG, the champion of DRM-free gaming, has a unique strategy when approaching their year-end sale. Rather than offer deals on thousands of games like other distribution sites like Steam, they’ve decided to narrow their offerings primarily to a list of “10 Good Buys of 2016”: Inside Owlboy Stardew Valley Grim Dawn Darkest Dungeon The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Blood and Wine ...

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Civilization VI, like other entries in the series, is growing deeper with age.

2K Updates Civilization VI’s AI

Civilization VI has only been out for a few months, but 2K has already released a comprehensive update that, among other things, includes some substantial AI tuning. Although the patch notes don’t discuss much in detail, it’s worth taking a closer look at the updates to get a feeling for how the game is growing and improving. Civilization games of ...

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New Warframe Update Adds More Free Content

Warframe is one of the top free-to-play games on Steam, boasting an impressive amount of players that continue to play the cooperative action game week after week. Despite being free to play, Warframe offers downloadable content that amounts to almost $110 dollars if you were to buy it all through Steam. One disadvantage for many with free-to-play games is that ...

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Blizzard Recaps 2016 and Outlines Overwatch Plans for New Year

Overwatch launched in May of this year to rave reviews, and quickly became a staple in the FPS genre. Fans and critics alike couldn’t get enough of the game, with Overwatch securing the honor of 2016 Game of the Year earlier this month. Though the game has only been out for six months, it has gone through many changes and updates ...

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