So yeah, there's this place that smells like blood, a spectral lady, and a bunch of dead cops--you know what, I'll let the latest trailer for "The Evil Within" sell itself.
Planning on picking up "GTA V" today? Well "Saint's Row IV" developer has some DLC for you!*
(*For their game, "Saints Row IV," clearly.)
Polypusher Studios -- a one-man outfit from Ireland -- is set to release is first-person exploration horror game, "Montague's Mount," early next month.
Today, the Independent Games Festival announced that it had renewed a deal with Valve to fast track Steam releases for all IGF 2014 finalists.
Man, the feel good hit of the summer has been 4A Games' "Metro: Last Light," hasn't it? What's cheerier or more lighthearted than a group of scrappy Ukrainians, beset upon by harsh winter and hobbled by government corruption, releasing a tense, oppressive game set in an nightmarish, radiation-blighted hellscape, and then porting it to Mac and Linux? That's like a tall glass of lemonade.
And, man, nothing says sunshine and puppy dog tails like giant, mutated, carnivorous spiders, which exactly what we can expect to find in the "Metro: Last Light Developer Pack" DLC.
The ninth full-on Humble Indie Bundle just went on sale (there have been numerous offerings since the last one, and many of them have included indie games, but it's been a little while since the last curated collection that put Humble Bundle on the map).
And anyone familiar should know the deal by now: it's a chance to nab some of the finest PC games for a price that you get to choose. Up for grabs this time is "Trine 2: Complete Story," "Mark of the Ninja," "Brutal Legend," and the "Eets Munchies" Beta.
Though paying more than the average will net bonuses, which in this case are "FTL: Faster Than Light" and "Fez."
In unsurprising but not unwelcome news, Arkane Studios has announced a Game of the Year edition of "Dishonored," last year's critically acclaimed, whale blubber-powered stealth-action jaunt.