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A 10-Year-Old Game With no Developer Gets Patch 9.0

By Leon Hurley on at

The love of some game's communities really is a beautiful thing occasionally. As reported by Rock Paper Shotgun, Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines has just received patch 9.0. Ten years after the game released and nine years after developer, Troika, ceased to be.

Watch a Former StarCraft Pro Play Heroes of the Storm

By Gergo Vas on at

Greg "IdrA" Fields, one of the most controversial players of the StarCraft II scene, might no longer play as a pro, but as you can see he's still around. He sat down with IGN and showed how to play properly with Tychus, one of the best DPS characters in Blizzard's upcoming MOBA, Heroes of the Storm.

Release Date for Divinity: Original Sin Announced

By András Neltz on at

It's been a year since the game's Kickstarter campaign, and to celebrate, Larian Studios has revealed the official release date of their turn-based PC RPG, Divinity: Original Sin: June 20. The announcement came in a special anniversary-video-slash-gameplay-trailer. Video trailer within.


One Very Good Reason to Play Co-Op on Your PC

By Luke Plunkett on at

Well, this is a pleasant surprise. Mashed, an arcade racer released on Xbox and PS2 (and in some places PC) a decade ago, just hit Steam. This, along with Broforce, are two very good reasons to start using your PC for local co-operative gaming.

One More Reason to be Excited for the PC Game Prodigy

By Yannick LeJacq on at

With gameplay that acts as a hybrid of both Skylanders and Magic the Gathering, gamers everywhere will no doubt be excited for Prodigy. To convince those of you who haven't started convulsing into fits of excitement just yet, the game's developers Hanakai have shared some details on their newest character