Posts Tagged ‘Video Games’
 

 
 

Today’s other news: Left 4 Dead 3 could happen, no one’s working on Borderlands 3

On the list today is word from Valve’s Chet Faliszek that he’d like to make Left 4 Dead 3, word from Gearbox’s Randy Pitchford that the focus remains on Borderlands 2, and – surprise – another example of Gearbox-brand...
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Dota 2′s International Compendium updated with fantasy teams, player stamps, and more

The International keeps getting bigger, better, and even more interactive. After releasing the Compendium in May, Valve has pumped out content with Kickstarter-like stretch goals that is guaranteed to be full of awesome. If you...
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Newest Kerbal Space Program build updates terrains, flight controls and astronaut management

Kerbal Space Program, the space-agency simulation game that we’ve been writing about incessantly, has just been updated with a new build. KSP version .21 adds new features, new terrain models for all of the celestial bodies i...
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May 1994 – The peak of PC Gamer’s Doom obsession

Every week we pull an interesting review, feature, or bizarre ad from the PC Gamer magazine archive. In the spirit of id Software’s QuakeCon, we thought it’d be appropriate to share a Doom feature from our premier US issue ...
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How F.E.A.R. and No One Lives Forever are shaping Betrayer

Earlier this week we announced Betrayer, a self-funded indie FPS from veteran ex-Monolith personnel who have formed their own studio, Blackpowder Games. Betrayer is unique—a 15th-century atmospheric shooter set in colonial Vi...
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Three hidden nations from the Crusader Kings II to Europa Universalis IV save converter

Two weeks ago, we interviewed Paradox Development Studio on the new converter DLC that lets you import your version of medieval Europe from Crusader Kings II into Europa Univesalis IV. Now that the DLC is out, we went hunting f...
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