This week’s Humble Weekly Bundle offers so much Might & Magic it’s practically heroic.
Do you like Dota 2? Do you like Rick and Morty? Do you want Rick and Morty talking about how your middle tower is under attack? Then Valve wants your money.
Two of the premier zombie-shooters on the market have joined forces, with Zombie Army Trilogy getting a free Left 4 Dead-themed update and comic.
Some new faces and new decisions to make. On board gameplay from the mobile Avenger base in XCOM 2.
What do you do if you’re an arachnophobe wanting to play Spider: Rite of the Shrouded Moon? Replace the spider.
Cities: Skylines gets a boost in September with the first expansion, After Dark, that promises a new level to city management.
Tim joins the Final Fantasy Type-0 HD crew on their world-changing mission: to not be part of a bloody awful Final Fantasy PC port. How will it end?
But if you pre-ordered it, it sounds like it’ll be playable from the moment the game unlocks in New Zealand.
3D Realms, Interceptor and Gearbox have reached a voluntary agreement to end all litigation around Duke Nukem.
Leading with “we’ve embedded a video in the main menu!” probably wasn’t the best way to win people over, EA.
Targem invite us to rummage around their garage and create some weird and wonderful combat vehicles.
Try out the Brits. See how they fit … s.
And then Tim was a Zombi, in Ubisoft’s PC port of a Wii U game.
The Final Fantasy Type-0 HD pre-order items – a loading screen, a Chocobo courier, and a Moogle ward – are now in Dota 2.
Ubisoft delay the latest special ops vs terrorists jaunt until the winter months.
This week: Original Sin 2, Fig, Battlefront’s missing campaign, Dota 2 celeb gossip, working for Konami, Hacknet and The Witcher 3.
Illfonic are now off the Star Marine part of Star Citizen, with work to instead be completed internally.
Veterans of crowd-funding (including Fargo, Urquhart and Schafer) lend support to a new game financing platform.