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Free & Paid Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor DLC

WBIE offers new Power of Shadow DLC for Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor as a free release for owners of the Tolkien-inspired action game. This is available on Steam along with a paid Test of Wisdom pack. Here's word from Steam News:

Power of Shadow: Strike terror into your enemies as Sauron's most fearful Servant, the Black Hand, and upgrade your Sword, Dagger and Bow to be weapons of renown with the Runes of Power bundle.

Test of Wisdom: Prove your strategic abilities in this Challenge Mode as you pit yourself against the most highly trained Legion of Sauron’s Forces. Earn points for skill, speed and efficiency and build your Legend on the Leaderboards.

Ships Ahoy - F1 2014

F1 2014 has taken the green flag, and Codemasters' new Formula One racing simulation is now available for Windows PCs through Steam. Here's the previously released launch trailer, and here's word on the game:

F1 2014 takes players closer to the experience of racing this year’s dramatically different cars. A new driver evaluation system and re-graded difficulty settings makes F1 2014 the most accessible video game in the series and players of all abilities will be able to feel how this new generation of FORMULA ONE cars handle.

F1 2014 includes all the seismic rule changes, aerodynamics, driver changes, new tracks and more which have combined to deliver an unforgettable FORMULA ONE season. F1 2014 also includes the return of Hockenheim to the calendar, and players can experience the BAHRAIN GRAND PRIX™ run as a night race for the first time and race new circuits in Russia and Austria.

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Jagged Alliance: Flashback Released

A Kickstarter update for Jagged Alliance: Flashback has news that Full Control's Jagged Alliance remake is now available, offering links to get the game through Steam and as a DRM-free release as well (thanks DocZ). They offer a release trailer to celebrate the news, and outline plans for post-release support:

A lot of people have asked us what happens on the other side of the release. The answer is "it depends". It depends on sales really. We have to feed our families and pay the bills like everyone else, and only if the game sells will we be able to do bigger expansions.

BUT - we have a track record of post-launch support, and we are dedicated to that for JAF as well. So coming up in some weeks from now will be a free upgrade with some of the content that didn’t get into the 1.0 release.

Read on!

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Warlock II: Wrath of the Nagas Expansion Released

A new Wrath of the Nagas expansion is now available for Warlock II: The Exiled, adding new content to the turn-based strategy sequel, and implementing support for OS X and Linux as well as Windows. There are details and links to purchase this on the Warlock 2 website, and you can see the what the add-on has to offer in this release trailer. Here's the deal:

Paradox Interactive today announced that “Wrath of the Nagas,” the new expansion for Warlock 2 that’s loaded with serpentertainment, is available worldwide for Windows PC and, for the first time, Mac and Linux. Wrath of the Nagas, which adds a new race of slithering sorcerers to the turn-based strategy wargame from Ino-Co Plus, is now available for $14.99 from digital retailers worldwide. Including a new game campaign, a new race to play as (or against), and new in-game units, mages, and lords, Wrath of the Nagas can be enjoyed today by all players of Warlock 2 without any sort of hisssssterics.

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Ships Ahoy - Screencheat

Surprise Attack Games announces the attack of Screencheat for Windows, OS X, and Linux, the multiplayer shooter which requires malfeasance, as the only way to find your invisible opponents will be by peeking at their screens. The game is available on Steam, and here's the pitch:

Cheaters never win? Cheaters never prosper? Tell this to Samurai Punk and Surprise Attack Games! They've just launched Screencheat, the first person shooter where everyone is invisible and the only way to murder your friends is to look at their screen to know where they're standing. Return to the glory days of lying to your friends that you totally didn't know they were camping and your grenade was "just a lucky guess." Consider this game your self-help guide for your cheating addiction and write it off as a medical expense at http://store.steampowered.com/app/301970/.

Magic 2015 Expansion Next Month; All Cards to be Earnable

The Magic the Gathering Website announces the Garruk's Revenge expansion for Magic 2015—Duels of the Planeswalkers will launch for Windows on November 5th. Word is: "Featuring some of your favorite cards from the Alara block, the expansion is sure to challenge longtime and new Magic fans alike. Playing through four new campaign nodes and one exploration node, you take on the role of Garruk, using his deck to battle your way through even more challenging foes, as Garruk's deck improves with each victory. Earn cards from Alara to later modify your own decks as you hunt your prey across the planes." They also announce that as of this expansion all cards will now be earnable within the game without requiring a purchase. Here are details on the change:

You spoke, we listened! With the release of this expansion, players who have unlocked access to the game's five initial chapters (Innistrad, Theros, Ravnica, Zendikar, and Shandalar) now have the opportunity to earn additional cards by winning multiplayer matches.

Previously, some cards could only be acquired by purchasing a Premium Booster. Going forward, however, these cards will instead be available in Battle Boosters, which can be earned by winning multiplayer matches. Players with access to multiplayer mode also have the option to immediately unlock the full Battle Booster Collection for $9.99. The Battle Booster Collection provides the maximum number of copies of each Battle Booster card (4 copies of each common, 3 of each uncommon, 2 of each rare, and 1 of each mythic rare). Players who previously purchased 1–13 of the Premium Boosters will only earn the remaining cards in the card pool. Players who previously purchased all 14 of the Premium Boosters will not earn any additional cards.

PAYDAY 2 John Wick DLC; Game Free with Movie Ticket

Starbreeze announces plans for some PAYDAY 2 DLC to support John Wick, the upcoming Keanu Reeves vehicle. The movie will debut in the U.S. on Friday, but the DLC will come tomorrow. They are also giving away a free copy of the game with the purchase of a movie ticket:

The exclusive content produced by OVERKILL Software – a Starbreeze Studio, based on the professional hit man from the movie, adds a playable John Wick character to the PAYDAY gang. The DLC will be released as a free update for the PAYDAY 2 game on the Steam platform two days ahead of the film’s worldwide theatrical launch to mark the PAYDAY 2 community reaching the final 1.5 million member Crimefest milestone. Beginning tomorrow, moviegoers purchasing tickets to John Wick on Fandango will receive a free download of PAYDAY 2 on Steam.

Civilization: Beyond Earth Linux & OS X Plans

Aspyr Media announces the status of the promised OS X and Linux editions of Sid Meier's Civilization: Beyond Earth, saying these should be released in time for the holidays. "The teams from Firaxis and 2K have done an astounding job of expanding on the core Civ experience in Beyond Earth," said Aspyr Media’s Vice President of Publishing, Elizabeth Howard. "So, it’s exciting for us to be able to bring the same experience to Mac and Linux users everywhere." Word is this will include a bonus for preorders: "Mac and Linux users may pre-order a Steam code for the title at Aspyr’s online store GameAgent.com. All GameAgent pre-orders will include the Exoplanets Map Pack as a free bonus."

Dragon Age: Inquisition Trailer

A new Inquisitor & Followers trailer from Dragon Age: Inquisition is now online, showing off the next installment in BioWare's RPG series. Here's the deal: "What kind of hero will you be? As leader of the Inquisition, your decisions not only shape your journey, but that of your followers as well. Join us for a closer look at the Inquisitor and a trio of the Inquisition’s followers. Each character has a reason for joining the Inquisition, and each bring their unique talents to the fight. Learn more about them in our latest video." Continue here to read the full story.

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Into the Black

Link of the Day: A tale of momentum and inertia. Thanks ViperFour.

Alien: Isolation Corporate Lockdown DLC This Month

SEGA announces they will release the Corporate Lockdown pack for Alien: Isolation on October 28th, marking the first of five planned DLC releases for the survival/horror game. The pack will include a new playable character, three new survival mode maps, new objectives, and a new game mode. Here's the news:

In ‘Corporate Lockdown’, Seegson Executive Ransome has learnt that he has been abandoned by his paymasters. Knowing that the Torrens is on the way, he decides to make his escape and hitch a ride on board, taking decoded Nostromo data with him. However, while escaping he wants to tie up a few loose ends… Across three new challenge maps, ‘Severance’, ‘Scorched Earth’ and ‘Loose Ends’, players are challenged to compete against others through Alien: Isolation’s online leaderboards, to escape the station in the fastest possible time or attain the top score through numerous side quests and hidden bonus objectives. New to ‘Corporate Lockdown’ is the addition of Gauntlet Mode where players are challenged to top the Gauntlet Mode leaderboards by completing all three challenge maps back-to-back without dying.

‘Corporate Lockdown’ will be available to download via online marketplaces for available platforms from October 28, priced at MSRP $7.99/€6.99/£5.59 and will be followed by four more packs: ‘Trauma’, ‘Safe Haven’, ‘Lost Contact’ and ‘The Trigger’. Each will feature a new playable character alongside a mix of new maps, objectives and game modes to challenge even the most proficient player. Players wishing to explore every inch of Sevastopol Station can take advantage of the Alien: Isolation Season Pass, offering access to all five Survivor Mode add-on packs at up to a 25% discount. All add-on packs are scheduled to be released by March 2015.

Metallica to Close BlizzCon

Blizzard announces Metallica will perform the closing concert at this year's BlizzCon, presuming the heavy metal band doesn't fire their agent when they learn of the booking. The show gets underway on November 7th and the concert will follow on the 8th, but tickets all sold out pretty much immediately, so those interested in seeing this will have to opt for a BlizzCon Virtual Ticket (admit it, you thought we were going to say Napster). Here's word: "BlizzCon is a gaming convention like no other. With developer panels, exclusive interviews, intense eSports tournaments, the legendary Friday night contests, and what’s sure to be an unforgettable concert from Metallica to close out the show on Saturday, this year’s event is one you won’t want to miss."

Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition Dropping GFWL for Steam

BANDAI NAMCO announces that Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition will transition from the Games for Windows LIVE to Steamworks for backend support, and players will be able to transfer their saved games and achievements to Steam for a limited time beginning next month (thanks Rock, Paper, Shotgun). It's long been speculated that Microsoft is looking to abandon GFWL, but there has been no such announcement amid similar defections. Here's word:

We are very excited to announce that next month it will be possible for players to migrate their Dark Souls: Prepare to Die games, saves and achievements from the Games for Windows Live platform to Steam.

  • Games for Windows Live users will be able to redeem their Games for Windows Live Tokens on Steam to get Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition at no additional cost. (To find your Games for Windows Live Token, please head to the support webpage.)
  • In the month of November, there will be a period by which Games for Windows Live Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition users will be able to transfer their Save Data (characters + progress) and Achievements over to their Steam accounts.
  • Players will still be able to use their Games for Windows Live Tokens to redeem the Steam version of Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition at no additional cost even after the migration period ends; but game Save Data and Achievements transfer functions may not be available.
  • Games for Windows Live Rankings will not be transferred to Steam.

The specific migration start and end dates will be available soon; however the migration period will begin sometime in November 2014 with more specific dates to come.

We will be sharing more information soon regarding the migration process soon, so stay tuned!

Dying Light Four-Packs

Techland announces that Steam is now accepting pre-purchases of four-packs of Dying Light for players who want to be able to gift copies of the upcoming zombie game to friends. Single game pre-purchases are full retail, but the four-pack is quadruple the commitment at only triple the price. The game's release is expected on January 27th.

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Out of the Blue

It led to a couple of chilly days in the BlueTower, but I'm glad we had the furnace serviced before firing it up for the season. I imagined the repair job last year sort-of qualified as an annual servicing, but that was just to get it going again. This cleaning turned out to be extremely overdue, with the inside of this thing filthy with soot and dust, but it cleaned up okay, and we're told we should expect the furnace to soldier on for years in spite of the neglect. Apparently annual servicing is probably overkill for a gas unit like this, but the at least 14 years since this was done was clearly negligence.

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Monday, Oct 20, 2014

Play Civilization V Free This Week

Sid Meier's Civilization V on Steam is playable for free through Thursday at 1:00 pm EDT, presumably to fuel interest in Friday's release of Sid Meier's Civilization: Beyond Earth, the upcoming sci-fi spinoff of the strategy series.

Door Kickers Released

KillHouse Games announces that Door Kickers has breeched various digital distributors, and the SWAT game is now available for Windows, OS X, and Linux. A new trailer celebrates the news, and here's word on how the game has changed upon leaving early access:

It’s been one year since we’ve entered Early Access on Steam, one and a half since we began crowdfunding. One and a half years of constant updates, great feedback from the players and two-way communication with you guys.

And we’ve taken the process to completion – Door Kickers moves on from Early Access.

For those that actually play each version, what’s new? The Campaign is IN. You have 3 campaigns now, with more to come! We’ve also changed the way Single Missions count now – troopers deaths are no longer saved in those. Think of Single Missions as your proving ground, where you try to beat your own performance, and campaigns as your real job – do the objectives and keep the troopers alive. Can you handle that? Maybe also in Iron Man Mode?

Another new and long in-coming feature are multi-layer maps. You can go up and down, exploring some new and old locations in a new way.

There’s also a new scenario type – Dope Raid – which tasks you not only with securing the suspects, but also capturing evidence before it gets trashed. And it will get trashed, unless you move swift and to the point.
And no, you cannot shoot everyone.

One last thing… this version will reset all your stats and mission completion. So why are you still reading this, get back to 3-staring everything!

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Far Cry 4 Season Pass Announced

Ubisoft announces details on the Season Pass for Far Cry 4, hoping to inspire advance purchases of a DLC subscription for the upcoming first-person shooter sequel. This page outlines all the content this includes, and here's an overview:

Today, Ubisoft® detailed the Season Pass for Far Cry® 4, the highly anticipated first-person shooter for PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system, Xbox One, the all-in-one games and entertainment system, Xbox 360 games and entertainment system from Microsoft and Windows PC.

The Season Pass extends players’ time in Kyrat and includes new missions that can be completed in either single-player or co-op. Content includes a Season Pass exclusive day-one mission, prison break from Durgesh in an open world survival mode for single player and co-op, exclusive missions with Hurk and his harpoon gun, a new PvP mode that will have friends teaming up to fight opposing forces and a chance to encounter the rarest beast in the Himalayas – yetis.

Space Engineers Sells 1M

Keen Software House announces that Space Engineers has sold more than one million copies, an impressive milestone for an indie title. Here's word on the achievement which also outlines plans for future support:

“We feel twice as happy with this achievement since it came on our first year anniversary since Space Engineers was launched to the public. This gives us double reasons to celebrate” said Marek Rosa, CEO and Founder of Keen Software House. “We want to devote this accomplishment to our fans, whose encouragement and active participation made this possible. They have been beside us all along, giving inspiration for new ideas and supporting us with their valuable feedback. It is a great thing to have such an amazing community like ours!”

Space Engineers, one year after it was released on Steam Early Access, has captured the attention of PC gamers around the world. Voted by the players as one of the best Indie games of 2013 (IndieDB Game of The Year Awards) and featuring an incredibly passionate fan base, Space Engineers has become one of the most popular Early Access games on Steam.

Looking to the future, Space Engineers will remain in development for a while longer, focusing on adding new features and bug fixing and also continue taking feedback and suggestions from the community who is helping to further improve and expand the game. Space Engineers is already counting over 50 new updates which are added on a weekly basis, including the recent implementation of the Modding API and the Dedicated Servers.

The Evil Within Soundtrack

The Bethesda Blog has word that the official soundtrack for The Evil Within is now available on iTunes. They say:

Does the soundtrack of your life need a little more intensity? Madness? On the heels of last week’s release of The Evil Within, evil can now take hold of your music library.

The Evil Within Original Game Soundtrack features 18 iconic tracks from the game, which is more than enough to build the tension between playthroughs of the game, or add atmosphere to your Halloween party.

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Jade Raymond Leaving Ubisoft

Ubisoft Toronto announces Jade Raymond is departing this studio she's managed since its formation as she is leaving Ubisoft after a 10 year stint. They make this sound amicable and mutual with the oddly formed statement that "the company and Jade Raymond have agreed to pursue future opportunities separately." The managing director post will be handed over to Alexandre Parizeau, another founding member of Ubisoft Toronto. Here's a bit on Raymond's accomplishments and her parting statement:

During her tenure at Ubisoft, Raymond was producer on the first Assassin's Creed® (2004-2007) and served as executive producer on Assassin's Creed® II (2008-2009), Watch_Dogs® (2008-2009) and Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell® Blacklist (2010-2013). She also opened the Ubisoft Toronto studio and served as its managing director since 2009, a role she will turn over to Parizeau starting October 29.

“I've spent 10 extraordinary years at Ubisoft, and I am proud to have been part of many of the best teams in the industry making truly remarkable games,” said Raymond. “This is one of the hardest decisions of my career, but the Toronto studio is strong and on a solid path. I’m confident that now is a good time for me to transition leadership of the studio to Alex and to pursue my other ambitions and new opportunities. Stay tuned for more on what’s next for me, but for now, I'd like to thank Ubisoft for its partnership through the years, and I wish them the very best in all their next endeavors."

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Requires 6GB of RAM

Steam now offers minimum system specifications for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (thanks VG247), though it's not clear how much of this computational power is to realistically bump-map Kevin Spacey in the upcoming military shooter sequel. For the moment, at least, these indicate the game will require a minimum of 6 GB of RAM. Here's word on what it will take to run the game, which is shown off in a new cinematic launch trailer released yesterday:

OS: OS: Windows 7 64-Bit / Windows 8 64-Bit / Windows 8.1 64-Bit
Processor: Intel® CoreTM i3-530 @ 2.93 GHz / AMD PhenomTM II X4 810 @ 2.80 GHz or better
Memory: 6 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTS 450 @ 1GB / ATI® Radeon™ HD 5870 @ 1GB or better
DirectX: Version 11
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Hard Drive: 55 GB available space
Sound Card: DirectX-compatible

FINAL FANTASY XIV Heavensward Expansion Announced

FINAL FANTASY Website announces Heavensward, the first expansion for FINAL FANTASY XIV coming to the MMORPG this spring (thanks CVG). They offer some wallpapers, and point the way to this teaser page which offers this brief teaser trailer. All they have to say about this for the moment is: "What new threats await the Warrior of Light? Check out our new promotional site to see what’s in store in an all-new teaser trailer!" Continue here to read the full story.

AitD Creator Crowdfunding 2Dark

There is a 2Dark campaign on Ulule as Frédérick Raynal, who originated both Alone in the Dark and Little Big Adventure, is crowdfunding a new action/adventure through this French site. This will be the first game from Gloomywood, a new developer crated by Raynal along with other veterans of the French game development scene, and they say they are shooting for a 2015 release on Windows, OS X, and Linux. Here's a video (French warning, though there are subtitles) kicking off the campaign, and here's word:

2Dark is a visually unique survival adventure experience, where players will need to solve puzzles and procure weapons, while finding children and survive the lethal dangers lurking in the shadows. Darkness surrounds all, and the player will need to make the best possible use of limited resources to successfully create light, evade the traps lying in wait, listen carefully and survive the horrors. Through ten different and replayable levels, the players will slowly get to know more about the disturbing backstory of the protagonist Mr. Smith and his quest to rescue the children. The game uses an innovative voxel graphic rendering style designed in-house at Gloomywood to create an old-school top down perspective.

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U.K. Sales Charts

GfK Chart-Track is back once again with their weekly U.K. game sales charts. The Evil Within debuts at number one on the PC top 30 chart, where Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel jumps into the third spot and F1 2014 races in at number six. On the all platforms chart The Evil Within starts at number two, the Borderlands 2 prequel launches at three, and the new F1 game rounds out the top 10. Here's their rundown on all the activity:

‘FIFA 15’ (-35%) makes it four straight weeks at No1 holding off the challenge of several new releases.

It also matches ‘FIFA 13’ in holding the top spot for four straight weeks from launch. One survival horror title replaces another at No2 this week as Bethesda Softworks’ third release of the year ‘The Evil Within’ debuts in second place. It’s comfortably ahead of another new release ‘Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel!’ which lands at No3. Take2’s latest addition to the series debuts on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC with no sign of Xbox One or PS4 versions. With two new releases taking 2nd and 3rd Warner’s ‘Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor’ (-51%) drops a place to No4.

‘Forza Horizon 2’ (-39%) is also pushed down a spot to No5 in its third week. Last week’s No2 ‘Alien: Isolation’ (-70%) slides four places to No6 but does enough to stay ahead of ‘Destiny’ (-22%) at No7. PS4 exclusive title ‘Driveclub’ (-45%) drops down to No8 in its second week. ‘Minecraft: Playstation Edition’ (+14%) climbs a place this week with a boost in sales seeing it claim No9. Codemasters latest Formula One title ‘F1 2014’ makes a Top 10 debut at No10.

I am Bread Trailer

This trailer offers a first look at I am Bread, a new game in the works at Bossa Studio, creators of Surgeon Simulator, in case the new game's title wasn't a tip-off that there is some oddity afoot here (thanks Eurogamer). The clip shows QWOP-style controls, making moving your piece of bread around far more difficult than it is in real life (we're trying to play along here). Here's word on the clip: "The beautiful story of one slice of bread's epic and emotional journey as it embarks upon a quest to become toasted." Continue here to read the full story.

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Out of the Blue

We had our first local frost warning of the season overnight, so fall continues to roll in, and it's still pretty cold this morning. Thankfully this hasn't happened before now, as we are still waiting for the plumber to service our furnace, as after our scare with it going out last Thanksgiving, we were told having this older unit regularly maintained will help forestall the eventual replacement we fear. This means we haven't wanted to run the heat before now, so as I say, we're pretty lucky that we haven't had any unseasonable cold yet, which would not be unprecedented around here.

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