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Watch how easy it is to win in Card City Nights

You know what day it is. It’s Friday, which means I tap into my Steam backlog to play a game for the first time while you watch. This Card City Nights play session will be part of a long and hallowed, 3 or 4 week tradition. Yup, it’s a sacred sort of trust. Card City more »

Here’s Your March 6, 2015 Indie Game Bundle Update

March is coming in like a lion with this indie game bundle update. Except not really. This week there are only 26 indie game bundles, and last week we were closer to 30. Still, it’s a more than adequate amount. I especially recommend the rather artsy Humble Weekly Bundle: Monochromatic. GamerTell’s Best Indie Game Bundle more »

Valve’s Steam Link coming in November

Valve has all kinds of interesting stuff to reveal this week. We already told you about the Vive VR device. Now Valve has announced Steam Link, a device which will allow Steam Machines, Windows PCs, Macs and Linux PCs to stream content from any PC or Steam Machine on the same home network. Pictures appeared more »

WoW Tokens let players trade gold for game time, real money for gold

The economy of World of Warcraft will see significant changes in the coming months thanks to the impending addition of the WoW Token, a new in-game item which can be purchased for real-world money and sold for in-game gold, or oppositely purchased entirely in-game and exchanged for 30 days of membership time. This will give wealthy Azeroth more »

Free Shovel Night expansion coming in a few months

Remember the game Shovel Knight? Remember how it was probably the best retro platformer released last year, and possibly in the past five years? Remember how it was really great, but it was a little short? Remember how the developers promised that they would be releasing more shoveling goodness if everyone would just be patient? more »

Hand of Fate Review: Hit me

Price: $24.99 System(s): PS4 (XOne, PC) Release Date: February 17, 2015 Publisher (Developer): Defiant Development (Defiant Development) ESRB Rating: “Teen” for Violence and Blood A plaque reading “We’re all about making new, exciting games” may as well be prepackaged with every proprietary game engine or monitor-packed office space; any studio with an ounce of clout more »

Capcom offering refunds for Resident Evil Revelations 2 on PC

Unlike its console counterparts, the PC version of Resident Evil Revelations 2 does not include local co-op. This comes in stark contrast to the game’s adverts and Steam page, which all listed offline co-op as an included feature until today. Capcom told Eurogamer that local co-op was cut “to ensure a stable user experience across a variety of different PC more »

Here’s Your February 27, 2015 Indie Game Bundle Update

February’s at an end, so let’s exit this month right. Time to go through a round of indie game bundles. Be prepared to stay awhile. This week there are 32 indie game bundles to choose from. Once again, I’m saying the Humble Square Enix Bundle 2 is the best bet. You’re getting a lot of more »

A Good Snowman is Hard to Build Review: Snow Much Fun

A Good Snowman is Hard to Build Price: $11.99 System(s): PC Release Date: Month Date, Year Publisher (Developer): Draknek (Alan Hazelden and Benjamin Davis) ESRB Rating: N/A, but I’d say it’s appropriate for all ages A Good Snowman is Hard to Build is the most fun I’ve ever had hugging a snowman. Think about it. more »

Valve will unveil a new ‘SteamVR hardware’ system at GDC next week

After over a year of silence from research and development, Valve announced Tuesday that they’re bringing their hardware back on stage to strut its stuff at the upcoming 2015 Game Developers Conference, and that they’ll be adding a “previously-unannounced SteamVR hardware system” to the lineup. Also slated for an appearance is the latest version of the Steam Controller, more »

Nvidia under legal fire over technical specs for GTX 970 GPU

The uproar surrounding Nvidia’s under-performing GTX 970 GPU reached a boil Thursday when a class action lawsuit was filed against the company. As reported by PC World, the suit alleges that both Nvidia and retailer Giga-Byte Technology, which sells 970s, deliberately misled consumers with inflated and false technical specifications. The specs in question are the NVidia more »

TwitchCon could be better for Let’s Play “stars” than attendees

Game steaming has become a viable method of entertainment media. League of Legends finals draw over 30 million viewers, there were 9.4 million Awesome Games Done Quick unique viewers this year, and in 2014 Twitch had over 100 million unique, monthly viewers. It’s no wonder that TwitchCon 2015, the first official convention celebrating streaming games, more »