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GTA 5 PC listed on Steam, will come with improvements

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The PC, PS4 and Xbox One versions of GTA 5 were announced by Rockstar last week during E3. The company also said that the highly successful title will be making its way on the said platforms sometime this Fall. While we still have a few months to go until then, Steam has already taken the liberty of listing the PC version ...

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Fable Anniversary coming to PC this September

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Lionhead Studios confirmed earlier that Fable Anniversary will be coming to PC later this year. The decision was made after the company was “inundated with requests to bring the game to PC”. A recent teaser video hinted that our favorite chicken chasing game in the world will be making its way to Steam. It also reveals the release date, but you’ll ...

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Dead Rising 3 coming to PC this summer

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“Yes, the million-selling zombie slay-fest Dead Rising 3 is coming to PC,” Capcom announced earlier. Naturally, no announcement is complete without a brand new trailer and the company seems to be aware of this fact. There were rumors about this yesterday when the game was apparently spotted on Steam. Now we have confirmation from the developers themselves, along with a ...

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Dark Souls 2 The Lost Crowns DLC coming this summer

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In case you haven’t died enough times already in Dark Souls 2 here’s your chance to try again. Namco Bandai announced that a trilogy DLC pack dubbed The Lost Crowns will be released this summer. The new content will not be available all at once, presumably so that players can gradually get used to the idea of constantly dying. All jokes aside, ...

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Dawn of War is moving to Steam, multiplayer is safe

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Relic announced that in order to save the Warhammer 40k :Dawn of War games, they will be moved to Steam soon. Due to the impending shut down of online services, the matchmaking component of the games will be lost otherwise. The company says that all Dawn of War titles have recently underwent a major update aimed at preserving the multiplayer. ...

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Metro running at 60 FPS in Redux package for consoles

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It seems that 4A Games is finally ready to talk about the remastered versions of Metro 2033 and Last Light from the Redux package. The company not only revealed the parameters that Xbox One and PlayStation 4 fans will be able to run the games at, but also pricing, and the fact that the collection will also arrive on PC. ...

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Wasteland 2 release date set to August

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Fans of post-apocalyptic turn-based RPG delights will finally get their hands on Wasteland 2 in late August, according to developer inXile Entertainment. After 26 years, Wasteland, the game that set the foundations on which the legendary Fallout series was built is bound to receive a worthy sequel. In 2012, inXile set a goal of $900.000 on Kickstarter in order to ...

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New Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor trailer reveals exclusives

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Monolith Productions and Warner Brothers have released a new gameplay trailer for Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor today. The video is mostly focused on the game’s weapons and rune system, but mentions exclusive pre-order bonuses as well. The trailer reveals that Shadow of Mordor’s main protagonist, Talion can use a wide variety of runes in order to upgrade his weapons. These ...

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Alpha-funded Steam game abandoned by Devs

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It seems that this is not Valve’s couple of days. Only a bit over 24 hours have passed since Valve was forced to remove a game from Steam for deceitful marketing, and now another issue has arisen: the well-publicized in-alpha game Towns has lost its development backing. Back at the end of 2012, just before the Early Access program launched, ...

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