Category: PC Gaming

Borderlands 3 heads to Steam next month, new DLC revealed

If you’ve been holding out for the Steam release of Borderlands 3, your wait is about to come to an end. Gearbox has announced that the game will be heading to Steam next month, roughly six months after it launched on the Epic Games Store. When Borderlands 3was first announced, it garnered a fair amount of controversy for being an Epic Games Store timed exclusive on PC, but now it seems that…

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Baldur’s Gate 3: How and when to watch today’s gameplay reveal

After 20 years, we’re finally getting a new game in the mainline Baldur’s Gate series, and with the RPG masters at Larian Studios at the helm of this game, there’s good reason to be excited. Last week, Larian announced that it would be revealing our first look at Baldur’s Gate 3gameplay at PAX East. The big day has finally come, so if you’re looking forward to this game, you might want to check…

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Stardew Valley version 1.5 content update in the works

For the past several months, Stardew Valley mastermind Eric “ConcernedApe” Barone has been working to bring the game’s 1.4 update to all platforms. With that roll out now complete, Barone has made a big announcement: Stardew Valley‘s version 1.5 update is now in development. We know that version 1.5 will be another content update, but beyond that, details are slim at this point.

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GOG’s more lenient refund policy accepts games that were already played

GOG may no longer really mean “Good Old Games” since it has started also selling Good New Games but it hasn’t exactly departed from the spirit that made it a name in the PC gaming space. When most publishers and distributors espoused mostly draconic DRM strategies, GOG offered the freedom that was once prevalent in the good old gaming days. Now it’s taking one more step towards that identity with…

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Harmonix reveals Fuser, a music game that makes you a festival DJ

We’re well past the time when games like Guitar Hero and Rock Band were at the height of their popularity, but all this time, Harmonix has been plugging away by releasing various titles centered around music in one way or another. Today, the Rock Band and Dance Central developer announced a new title called Fuser, which puts players in the shoes of a festival DJ.

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Black Mesa Half-Life remake launch is just around the corner

Video game development is often portrayed both as some fantastic journey as well as a prolonged nightmare, the latter due to cramming to meet hard target dates, long development periods, and even delays. And that’s when there’s a company funding the development. For fan-made, mostly voluntary game development, things can take far, far longer than initially envisioned. Fortunately for hardcore…

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Mount and Blade II: Bannerlord gets early access release date out of nowhere

Mount and Blade fans have received a rather surprising and exciting announcement, as TaleWorlds Entertainment has announced an early access release date for Mount and Blade II: Bannerlord. This moment is a long time in the making, as it’s been nearly a decade since the last major Mount and Blade release. To say that Mount and Bladefans have been waiting a long time for this announcement is quite…

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No Man’s Sky update delivers crazy-looking living ships

No Man’s Sky fans are getting a rather interesting update today. While past updates have focused on things like fleshing out multiplayer and base building, this new update focuses on ships. Specifically, players will now encounter living ships – quite literally organic ships that have new capabilities and limitations when compared to the ships that are already in the game.

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Larian teases Baldur’s Gate 3 gameplay reveal

One of the biggest announcements made during E3 2019 was that Larian Studios is working on Baldur’s Gate 3. Baldur’s Gate, of course, is one of the most famous RPG series around, and Larian has been making quite the name for itself in the RPG space with titles like Divinity: Original Sin 2, so the two seem like a solid pair. Unfortunately, we haven’t heard a whole lot about the game since E3, but…

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Steam Labs Experiment 008 recommends what you should play next

If you are any sort of gamer, chances are you have amassed more games than you can ever play within a given amount of time. In addition to actually remembering which games you own, you also have the seemingly insurmountable task of deciding which one to play next. When you’re organic brain can’t decide for you, maybe an artificial one can help, which is where Steam’s latest experiment called…

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