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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.
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
Ahead of it's release next week, Ubisoft have very kindly given us gamers another look at Child of Light with this behind the scenes video. Any fan of Japanese-style RPGs should definitely have a look, if you haven't already.
File this under 'someone pressed the wrong button'. No telling how long it'll last or if it's intentional but pretty much the entire back catalogue of PS1 and PSP games now seems to be available on Vita. Whether they work or not.
Ten years in and EVE Online is still going strong. Freelance reporter Andrew Groen wants to look into the history of the game, and there are some fascinating tid-bits you may not even know about. It's up on Kickstarter now, so come and take a look to find out some more
Alien: Isolation will be taking its cues from Ridley Scott's slower, more atmospheric 1979 original. That means no space marines, no P5000 power loader and may. Just you and one big, scary Xenomorph. Which you wont be able to kill.
In 2008, a man named Robert Pelloni made headlines with an ambitious claim: he'd spent thousands of hours working on an indie role-playing game called Bob's Game, and he wanted to release it for Nintendo DS. In the months and years to come, Pelloni made headlines for less savoury reasons.
Evolve, the next game by Left 4 Dead developers Turtle Rock Studios, looks fantastic. And while you can't try the co-op shooter just yet, you can see how an Evolve match plays out from any perspective you'd like in this interactive trailer.
The new bundles arrive on May 30th. There's a basic game/console option and Mario (red) or Luigi (green) themed packs that include the game, console, WiiMote, steering wheel, a strategy guide and a cap for £299.99.