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May 1, 2015

Dragon Age: Inquisition gets free Black Emporium on 5 May

The much discussed Black Emporium will be coming to all versions of Dragon Age: Inquisition (PC included,) for free, on 5 May. That’s all confirmed on the official Dragon Age: Inquisition page. You may recall…



April 26, 2015

Gabe Newell answers questions about Steam paid mods

Gabe says Valve “pissed off the Internet” and decides to answer questions and explain what they are doing now with the Steam paid mods feature. The paid Skyrim mods feature that went live on the…


April 17, 2015

Elite: Dangerous Powerplay update to bring mining changes

The “main” announcement about what Elite: Dangerous’ upcoming ‘Powerplay’ update will contain is still one week away, but the latest details to be released concern changes to mining. As with the information about missions from…


April 13, 2015

GOG’s Bundle Tower sale offering daily bundles

GOG’s latest sale is less to do with individual games, and more to do with entire series. The Bundle Tower sale, as it’s called, is currently offering four bundles of games at a heavily discounted…


March 27, 2015

Hearthstone’s Blackrock Mountain opens on 2 April

Dedicated Hearthstone players will be able to delve into the Blackrock Mountain expansion on 2 April. Blackrock Mountain is a single-player expansion for Hearthstone, adding in 31 new cards, including Dragon-type minion cards and two…



March 10, 2015

Cities: Skylines Review

What happened to quality city builders? SimCity was king of the genre, until Maxis (perhaps under duress from EA) decided to change the formula a couple of years ago, resulting in the fifth major SimCity…



February 27, 2015

StarDrive 2 Preview

I write this introduction from amidst the ashes of my StarDrive 2 empire. A coup, financed by war-happy industrialists, has crippled the productive heart of my young space colonies. History will puzzle over my hiring…


February 24, 2015

Homeworld Remastered Review

There are probably lots of games from the 90s that deserve a “remaster,” to use the term of choice these days. On the other hand, there are games which should probably just be left alone…




February 14, 2015

Grey Goo Petroglyph Interview

Released in late January, Grey Goo is a Real Time Strategy title with clear inspiration from the 90s greats like Command & Conquer, Total Annihilation and Dune II. That doesn’t mean the game is slavishly retro;…