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Indie shooter Strike Vector gets Steam Greenlight gameplay trailer

Indie shooter Strike Vector has released a new Steam Greenlight trailer, giving us a substantial look at gameplay footage from the in-progress, multiplayer air-combat title. Building on what we have already seen, the new video...
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How Sid Meier became one of the most recognizable names in gaming

Sid Meier is second only, perhaps, to Tom Clancy in the ranking of “guys with their names at the front of game titles.” Unlike Clancy, though, Meier actually had a hand in developing legendary games like Sid Meier’s Civil...
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Total War: Rome 2 system requirements released alongside big picture full of elephants

To be clear, these are the system requirements to run Total War: Rome 2 on a regular sized monitor. I only mention it because, alongside them, comes another of Creative Assembly’s panoramic screenshots, this time depicting th...
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Surgeon Simulator 2013 puzzle leads to more ARG speculation, devs say its unrelated to Valve’s games

Surgeon Simulator 2013 was recently updated to include Team Fortress 2′s Heavy and Medic. On completion of the new level, players were awarded with a small statue. On the base of that statue? A puzzle and Korean text, leading...
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Leisure Suit Larry Reloaded is out today

Larry’s awkward journey with the ladies has undergone all sorts of delays, but he’s truly beat the odds and is now ready to come again. Shudder. The Kickstarted remake of the first Leisure Suit Larry game has finally reach...
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Team Fortress 2 and Dota 2 item creators can now give back to the folks who helped them create content for the Steam Workshop. It’s pretty straightforward: when submitting to either game’s Workshop, they simply choo...
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Former Ubisoft creative director: “The future is digital, and there’s nothing you can do about it.”

The war between physical and digital media has been an excruciatingly slow one. Services like Steam and GOG have made discs relatively obsolete for PCs, but the rest of the industry has been less than willing to budge. People s...
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Smite catches disco fever, releases huge patch

Hi-Rez Studios has just dropped a doozy of a patch for Smite. New skins, new items, and a laundry list of Conquest map changes are accompanied by the star of the update: Afro-dite. Not your standard pun-wielding skin, Afro-dite...
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Steam Workshop now lets creators give back to their supporters

In case you hadn’t heard, the business of creating content for games you didn’t make is booming. People are quitting their regular jobs because building Team Fortress 2 robot skins—along with the hats for said robots—is...
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