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Thursday, Jun 21, 2018

Get Shadowrun Returns Deluxe for Free

Humble Bundle Blog announces everyone can get Shadowrun Returns Deluxe for free for the next 48 hours amid a sale on other Shadowrun titles. Here's a refresher on this game and DLC bundle:

MAN MEETS MAGIC & MACHINE. The year is 2054. Magic has returned to the world, awakening powerful creatures of myth and legend. Technology merges with flesh and consciousness. Elves, trolls, orks and dwarves walk among us, while ruthless corporations bleed the world dry. You are a shadowrunner - a mercenary living on the fringes of society, in the shadows of massive corporate arcologies, surviving day-by-day on skill and instinct alone. When the powerful or the desperate need a job done, you get it done... by any means necessary.

In the urban sprawl of the Seattle metroplex, the search for a mysterious killer sets you on a trail that leads from the darkest slums to the city’s most powerful megacorps. You will need to tread carefully, enlist the aid of other runners, and master powerful forces of technology and magic in order to emerge from the shadows of Seattle unscathed.

The unique cyberpunk-meets-fantasy world of Shadowrun has gained a huge cult following since its creation nearly 25 years ago. Now, creator Jordan Weisman returns to the world of Shadowrun, modernizing this classic game setting as a single player, turn-based tactical RPG.

Overwatch Tease

A tweet from Overwatch teases the "Calm before the storm." This has sparked speculation that Blizzard is preparing to unveil the next hero for Overwatch soon. Or perhaps it's just a weather report, and we should stay tuned for the five-day forecast. We shall see.

Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire Free DLC

Publisher Versus Evil and developer Obsidian Entertainment announce the release of the Scalawags Pack, the latest free DLC pack for Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire. They note that this is also part of a new Pillars of Eternity Collection on Steam that's currently discounted as part of the Steam Summer Sale. Here's the deal:

Independent developer Obsidian Entertainment, in partnership with indie powerhouse publisher Versus Evil, today announced the launch of the latest free DLC pack for Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire. The free DLC, titled “Scalawags Pack” is the latest addition to the free DLC packs currently available for the game in an ongoing show of the team’s commitment to provide their fans with new playable content and game updates.

Round out your crew and personalize your flagship with the Scalawags Pack DLC. This free update adds three new recruitable crew members to the taverns of the Deadfire and adds a wide array of ship upgrades to many of the shipwrights throughout the Deadfire Archipelago. Additionally, it also includes the Savage personality setting for your character.


  • Three New Crew Members added to the taverns of the Deadfire Archipelago for you to recruit.
  • Five New Ship Upgrades, including a sail, cannon, anchor, and more added to shipwrights throughout the game.
  • Savage personality setting

The team also announced that a Pillars of Eternity Collection bundle for new gamers is now available at a great discount in the Steam summer sale. The collection includes both the Pillars of Eternity Definitive Edition and Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire games for 28% off the regular SRP.

In addition to the latest Scalawags Pack, Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire players are reminded they can also pick up the “Beard and Hair” and “Rum Runner’s” free DLC packs as well as the free “Critical Role Pack” DLC on Steam.

Defiance 2050 Open Beta Tomorrow

Trion Worlds reminds everyone of their recent announcement that a weekend of open beta testing for Defiance 2050 gets underway tomorrow at 1:00 pm EDT. Here is the blog post explaining the plan, and here's the overview on testing of this remake of the original Defiance, an ambitious MMOTPS tie-in with a sci-fi TV series from SyFy:

Trion Worlds’ upcoming free-to-play sci-fi shooter Defiance 2050 kicks off its free Open Beta on PC beginning this Friday, June 22 at 10:00 AM PST and running until Monday, June 25 at 10:00 AM PST. Players taking part in the Open Beta will have the opportunity to check out the game’s new base classes, weapon enhancements and progression systems ahead of its release on PC, Xbox One and PS4 on July 10. Progress from Open Beta will not carry over into the full game at launch.

Total War: ARENA Celebrates New Commander with Giveaway

This post announces the release of a new patch for Total War: ARENA, updating the open beta of this online strategy game to version 3.1.5. This introduces Ambiorix the trickster, legendary barbarian commander and nemesis of Julius Caesar. They celebrate the news with a new trailer showing Ambiorix in action, and also send along a bonus code for some extra goodies for the game, currently in free to play open beta. The code is "TWABELGAETALES," and here's word on the new character and what you can get for free here:

Legendary Commander and fabled nemesis of Julius Caesar, Ambiorix, has loaded his quiver and entered the Arena. The first Barbarian commander built from the ground up to dominate from any distance, he comes fully kitted with a host of abilities to empower archers and ranged players. Ambiorix is perfectly suited for fast-paced hit-and-run tactics and deadly long-range ambushes.

As Ambiorix, take aim at history’s greatest Commanders, including Leonidas of Sparta, Boudica of the Iceni, Alexander the Great and many more. See Ambiorix in action in his in-engine cinematic, here: https://youtu.be/7zo_pqH0HKU

A free-to-play, team-based strategy game developed by the creators of Total War and published by Wargaming Alliance, Total War: ARENA invites players to forge their legacy in epic real-time clashes with each player commanding armies of hundreds fighting for glory and supremacy.

So far in Open Beta, players have taken part in over thirty-five million battles, with thousands being waged around the world every day.

Download Total War: ARENA and play for free now: totalwararena.com/en/download/

Learn more about Total War: ARENA at: totalwararena.com


Celebrating launch of the new commander, we would like to share this bonus code with you: TWABELGAETALES
Code is valid for 1 000 activations and contains 300 gold, 3 days premium and 100k silver.
Codes expire - 2018.06.25 21:59:59 UTC

Bonus code redemption guide:

  • Go to totalwararena.com
  • Click “Premium shop”
  • Click “Activate code Wargaming”

Dark and Light Free DLC Plans

Dark and Light has been in Early Access for 11 months on Steam, but the fact that has yet to mark its official release is not deterring Snail Games from announcing the first DLC for the sandbox survival/RPG. This is called Shard of Faith, and will be free to all who already own the game, adding a new map and other new content. They also announce they've cranked up the drop rates for the game, and are gearing up for a live stream. Here's word:

Dark and Light: Shard of Faith expands the Archos universe with a new playable map to explore, and new levels of power to take out formidable enemies of the encroaching darkness in the vast fantasy, sandbox survival RPG. The downloadable content will be a free, automatic upgrade to owners of the core game experience, Dark and Light, and it will be available to purchase on Steam for new adventurers.

This announcement celebrates the one year anniversary since Dark and Light first released on Steam Early Access. The Dark Plane has appeared on the horizon where a corruption has infected the vibrant homelands and gods awaken from their centuries-long slumber. At launch, players will find themselves in brand new areas battling against the mysterious Faiths and uncovering ancient secret rites as they must unite to put the world back into balance.

In readiness for the new expansion content, Dark and Light is participating in the Steam Summer Sale at 50% off and players, new and loyal, will receive a double drop rate bonus for the upcoming week.

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Steam Intergalactic Summer Sale

Hide your wallet from yourself, as Steam is now offering their Intergalactic Summer Sale, as was accurately predicted six weeks ago. Along with sale prices on tons of games and daily featured deals, there is a Summer Saliens Game offering the chance to unlock free games and Steam trading cards between now and July 5th. Here's word:

The Steam Intergalactic Summer Sale is here! For the next fourteen days, take advantage of huge savings throughout our store on over ten thousand games. You can also help unlock free games by playing our Summer Saliens Game.

Today's Featured Deals include:

Player Unknown's Battlegrounds 33% off
Fallout Franchise up to 50% off
Dead Cells 40% off
Grim Dawn 70% off
Everspace 67% off
Tyranny 66% off
Nino Kuni II 40% off
Dark and Light 50% off
and many more

Along with the sale is the Summer Saliens Game. Team up with other Saliens to fight The Duldrumz on different planets and free the abducted games. Gain XP as you battle, level up, unlock new abilities, and win cosmetic items to deck out your Salien. Plus, get Summer Sale Trading Cards just for playing.

Choose to battle on a planet that piques your interest and you'll automatically be entered for a chance to win one of its rewards when it's conquered. The longer your Salien spends on a planet the higher your chances of winning! The groups with the most tiles when a planet is taken will get to plant their flag as conquerors, undoubtedly gaining Saliverse-wide fame in the process.

The Steam Intergalactic Summer Sale will run from now until 10 AM Pacific, July 5th. Complete information can be found HERE.

Gears Tactics Catch-up and Gears of War 5 PC Details

WIRED UK caught up with Rod Fergusson of The Coalition at E3 2018 to discuss the Gears of War series (thanks DSOGaming). Along the way Rod tells them Gears of War 5 is being build from the ground up for the PC platform, a far cry from the original third-person shooter, which launched as an Xbox exclusive. So this is good news for PC games, though it is tempered by the recent revelation that this will be a Windows 10 exclusive on PC. "Having a game that we're building from the ground up for PC [means players] will be able to take advantage of all the types of different PC optimisation options you can have," Fergusson says. "You'll be able to max it to quite high. It's still reasonably early, but we can usually get to 120fps. It's obviously going to matter what hardware you're using to get that - but it'll be able to scale up that high, [if] the hardware can push it." The article also discusses the PC bona fides of Gears Tactics, an upcoming turn-based strategy game that serves as a prequel to the series that we may have failed to mention following its revelation at E3 (apologies for the oversight). Here's more on that:

Accordingly, Gears Tactics will be tailored to PC play, to better serve the traditional mechanics of the genre. Unlike the third-person real-time adrenaline rush of the 'Gears Prime' entires, tactical games require a wider view of the area of engagement, specific movement paths and placement of units, ultimately rewarding players for patience and planning rather than bravado – all elements improved by the precision offered by mouse-and-keyboard controls.

Tactics is also potentially going to be one of the most important instalments in the saga, exploring the earliest days in its history.

"Tactics is canon. It's a story that takes place 12 years before the first Gears of War, before the first Marcus Fenix story," Fergusson reveals. "It's a new squad, and of course, being a tactics game, you get to create a lot of that squad yourself in terms of customisation. The core though – who's there and what you fight – are intended to be canon."

Its placement comes as a result of Fergusson and The Coalition's 'negative space' policy, which applies to wider entries in the Gears mythos told in other media.

"We really like working in what we call negative space, where you leave gaps. If there's something that isn't locked down in our universe, then we don't try to artificially lock it down," he says. "We leave negative space so that when we work with a new collaborator like Kurtis [Weibe, writer of recent Gears of War comics, there's some life to find, a hook to go and create new parts of the world, which is exciting. It's really beneficial to have this sort of open minded perspective about where the franchise can go."

Continue here to read the full story.

Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden Preorders

Funcom offers a new trailer from Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden, calling this the first gameplay footage of the game, which is the same thing they said about the video they released almost three months ago. They say the tactical adventure will launch later this year, and that they are now accepting preorders:

Now available for PC pre-order on buy.mutantyearzero.com, the game will be available in a Standard Edition ($34.99) and a Deluxe Edition ($54.99). The Deluxe Edition includes a desktop wallpaper, digital artbook, digital soundtrack, and a digital copy of the Mutant Year Zero pen-and-paper RPG book. Pre-ordering the Standard Edition will give you a three-day head start at launch while pre-ordering the Deluxe Edition gives you the three-day head start as well as access to a Beta version of the game before launch.

“Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden is our passion project,” said The Bearded Ladies CEO Haraldur Thormundsson. “It’s the game we always wanted to do and we’re incredibly excited to be working on it. We truly believe the unique mix of turn-based tactical combat combined with freeform exploration, stealth, and story will offer something new and different gamers have never experienced before.”

Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden is powered by the Unreal Engine and will be available on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 during the second half of 2018. The game is based on the classic Mutant IP that has spawned several popular pen and paper role-playing games since the 1980s, including the current Mutant: Year Zero from Free League and Modiphius Entertainment. The interactive IP rights are controlled by Heroic Signatures, a company owned by Funcom and the Cabinet Group (see earlier announcement). For more videos, screenshots, and information please visit the official website that launched today on www.mutantyearzero.com.

Continue here to read the full story.

Lost in Harmony Found

Lost in Harmony is now available for Windows and Switch, with the PC edition offered on Steam, offering a musical endless runner game with a soundtrack composed by the likes of Wyclef Jean, Roc Chen, Mark Griskey, Borislav Slavov, and Xilix. The release trailer focuses on the Switch edition of the game, which is already available for mobile devices. Here's more:

Lost in Harmony tells two tales focusing on themes of destiny and desire. In Kaito’s Adventure, players join Kaito and Aya, two teenagers who brave many hardships to remain together despite all odds. Also included with the Nintendo Switch and PC editions of Lost in Harmony, comes the bonus companion adventure, M.I.R.A.I.’s Escape, which takes players on an unforgettable journey through the universe. In both adventures, players will travel across stunning, hand-painted landscapes, all while dodging obstacles in harmony to the game’s mesmerizing music.

Continue here to read the full story.

Dig or Die Next Month

Dig or Die is coming to Windows via Steam on July 10th, and developer Gaddy Games celebrates the plan with the release of a new trailer showing off this sandbox platformer. Here's a bit on the game, and the obvious influence of Terraria and Starbound:

French independent game development studio Gaddy Games announced today that its art infused survival action and strategy oriented title Dig or Die will see its final version released on Steam July 10, 2018. Dig or Die was inspired by games like Terraria and Starbound but with a very particular look onto the sandbox game genre. It adds more action, an amazing simulated environment, a rich defense building system, and a sci-fi universe with a real objective for the player. After three years of development, focusing on implementing the community’s feedback, Dig or Die achieved an average of 91% positive reviews on Steam and will leave the early access stage for a price of $11.99 in the US and £9.29 in the UK.

With a very distinct art style and a robust building system, Dig or Die stands out as a very unique sandbox game. As employee of CRAFT & Co., a space exploration agency, your latest contract has gone awry and you find yourself stranded on a distant planet. Your objective is to establish a base and accumulate resources in order to build a spaceship and find your way back home. When the daylight fades, however, you’ll have to fight back massive hordes of monsters who just like you, don’t take kindly to unwanted intruders. You will build your defenses, create barricades and turrets to protect yourself against your opponents.

Continue here to read the full story.

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Out of the Blue

Happy summer to those of us in the neighborhood of the northern hemisphere, as the solstice was this morning at 6:07 am EDT. And of course, happy winter to those of you south of the equator. It seems that this is all catnip for fast food joints, chain restaurants, and other similar franchises, as this article outlines a bunch of giveaways and other promotions for the occasion from such places. So enjoy the change of seasons, and here's hoping you can stay cool/warm, as appropriate.

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Wednesday, Jun 20, 2018

Scrolls Revived as (Free) Caller's Bane

The Minecraft Website announces the release of Scrolls as a free game, reviving the virtual card game that was abandoned a while back by the Minecraft developer. Bethesda Softworks will be pleased to note that this comes with a name change, as this is now known as Caller's Bane, for reasons they themselves cannot explain. You can download the game and play though the Caller's Bane Website, and here are more details:

Scrolls! It's the online multiplayer card game from Mojang where you use the power of creatures, spells and ancient machines to get the edge in battle. Never tried it before? Well this is the perfect time to give it a go – because it's now FREE. Hey, that's my favourite price to pay for things!

But that's not the only change we're making. I'll let Mojang's Måns Olson, our resident Scrolls-expert, explain:

Hello Scrolldiers!

It's time! We're releasing the game for free, for anyone to enjoy. The team's been working towards this behind the scenes for a long time now. I'm thrilled we're finally here! To those of you who've waited patiently for this, thanks. You're the best. <3

Ah, but hold on. We've got a new name - "Caller's Bane". I'm sure there's a good reason for it. Perhaps we just didn't like the sound of "Scrolls". Either way, it's still the same game you've known and loved.

See you on the battlefield!

Swords & Soldiers HD Free on Steam

Steam News announces a limited-time offer for a free copy of Swords & Soldiers HD to promote the release of the sequel, Swords & Soldiers II Shawarmageddon, this fall. They list June 20 at 10:00 am Pacific Time as when this offer expires, but that seems to be an error, as that's about the time they announced this offer, which is still available even though that deadline passed. Here's word on the game:

Rewrite history as you take control of the brutal Vikings, the devious Aztecs or the crafty Chinese in their global quest to win the favour of the Gods! Swords & Soldiers is a side-scrolling strategy game that lets you control an entire army and lets you wield devastating magical abilities.

XENONAUTS 2 Kickstarter and Alpha Combat Demo

A Kickstarter Campaign is underway for XENONAUTS 2, a sequel to the X-COM-inspired strategy game (thanks DocZ). This was first revealed 17 months ago for a 2017 release in what turns out to have been a premature announcement. There's good news for those interested in this, as not only did the project met its funding target in its first day, but there's also an alpha combat demo to sample. Here's word on the game, including a confirmation of previous indications that this will be a chronological sequel to the original game:

The action takes place in the modern day - but in an alternative timeline where decades of alien interference has prevented the end of the Cold War, leaving NATO and the Soviet Union teetering on the brink of a catastrophic nuclear war. Can you hold humanity together long enough to end the alien threat forever?

Xenonauts-2 is not a chronological sequel to the first Xenonauts but rather an updated portrayal of similar events. The game is in development on Windows PC and is expected to launch on Steam & GOG in late 2018; we will hopefully natively support Linux and Mac on release but cannot yet offer a firm promise of this (please see the FAQ for further details).

We've been developing Xenonauts-2 for three years now and the game is in an advanced state. If you want to check out how things are progressing, you can download a free demo of a single tactical combat mission at the link below. Bear in mind this is still an alpha; expect it to improve a lot before release!

Rocket League Progression Changes This Summer

The Rocket League Website announces changes in experience rewards and level progression coming to Rocket League this summer. They are raising the level cap, and word is this will include an advancement for players who've played a number of games since maxing out at level 75. Here's a bit:

Our current progression system tops out at level 75 with the coveted ‘Rocketeer’ Title attached, with each level requiring significantly more XP (and time) to earn than the last. Our new progression system removes the level cap and flattens the amount of XP you need to progress between levels.

How does your current XP and level translate over in the new progression system? Every player who has earned XP in Rocket League will have that XP automatically converted over to the new system once it’s live later this summer (Note: We are still finalizing the conversion logic, so we don't have any additional details to offer there. However, post-conversion, you will still place "at or above" your current level at the time the conversion takes place).

As part of the new system, XP can only be earned while playing Online Matches as Offline Matches will no longer award XP. We’re making this change to ensure that no player can "game the system" to earn levels, titles, and other unlocks without putting in the same time and effort that everyone else does.

PUBG Compensation for Mistaken Bans

You know how every banned player has an excuse for how they were innocent? Well apparently that sometimes turns out to be actually true, as this post on Steam outlines plans to compensate players for being unfairly banned from PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS. Here's what's happening:

As you know, one of our highest priorities is working towards eliminating hackers and cheaters from PUBG. We’ve made great strides in this area recently, but unfortunately sometimes we get it wrong, which was the case recently when a number of players were improperly banned and were unable to access the game for a period of time.

While we will continually work to improve these cheat detection methods, we ask for your patience on the hopefully few occasions where a false ban happens.

For those players who were affected, we will be granting a small compensation of 20,000 BP to your accounts. Compensation should already be showing up in affected players accounts. Please check below for full details on which accounts are eligible to receive this compensation. We apologize for anyone who missed out on game time due to this error and hope that this compensation helps make up for that lost time.

Bans will be removed and compensation will be provided for players that meet the following conditions:

  • Logged into the version between June 16, 11am - 1:30pm PDT / June 16, 8pm - 10:30pm CEST / June 17, 3am - 5:30am KST
  • Were wrongfully banned due to internal ban detection logic

It Came from E3 2018, Part 13

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  • Circle UP is now available on Steam, offering a casual puzzle game for Windows where the object is to overcome tricky obstacles. Just like real life…

Into the Black

The Guild 3 Developer Change

THQ Nordic announces it "raises development resources for The Guild 3," their upcoming medieval life simulation sequel. This all comes with a very positive tone, but they announce Canadian developer GolemLabs is no longer working on the game, which will be completed by Purple Lamp, a newly formed studio. They say Purple Lamp will address the bugs in the early access version available though GOG.com and Steam, while integrating planned features, including multiplayer support, calling this "the very last remaining stretch of development," in spite of the admission this will take months. Here's the comma-heavy announcement:

To make sure, The Guild 3 will leave Early Access In due course, an additional development Studio, called Purple Lamp, which is based in Vienna, will add its expertise to the project. Purple Lamp is a newly formed studio, consisting of veteran developers, who have worked on various titles before at Austrian publisher/developer Sproing, among others.

Based on the work GolemLabs has done so far, the new studio will solve any problems as well as integrate planned features such as multiplayer, societies and the sovereign-mechanic into the game in the following months. Harald Riegler, CEO of Purple Lamp, says „The Guild is a fantastic franchise and we're proud to contribute both our experience and our personal passion for strategy games to deliver the game that fans are hoping for.“

Jean-René Couture, CEO GolemLabs Studios Inc., adds: “For the past few years, the folks here at GolemLabs had the huge honor to work on The Guild 3. However, the very last remaining stretch of development will be done under the care and reigns of THQ Nordic. So, from now on, GolemLabs will eagerly and proudly be waiting for the release of The Guild 3. For us here at GolemLabs, it is time to embark on new and exciting adventures.“

Hyperspace Delivery Service Delivered for Free

The alpha version of Hyperspace Delivery Service is now available on itch.io at a name your own price point, which includes free (thanks Indie Retro News). With a title reminiscent of a game released in 2002 by John Romero's and Tom Hall's Monkeystone Games, this throwback pixel-art space game includes both space- and ground-based combat as shown in this teaser trailer. Word is: "Fight robot space pirates on the ground in retro FPS action. Fly through asteroid fields to rescue broken down ships. Experience thrilling space battles from the cockpit of your space ship in retro 3D space shooting action. Can you make it to Miridian V?" Continue here to read the full story.

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Out of the Blue

Well, our plans to relocate the BlueTower have continued quite slowly since MrsBlue quit the job that started the whole process. But things have moved along, and we just had the house cleaned for listing photographs and showings. Here's hoping things move along apace at this point, since this means we have to keep things pristine, which is a lot of pressure. And that's before you take into account I am somewhat of a natural slob. We'll just have to see how this goes!

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