Mount & Blade: Warband Summary

8.5
excellent

Mount & Blade: Warband Review

It's not really a sequel, but it's still damn good. (PC)

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GOG 'reclaim your games' revives S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Gamespy keys, also activating on Steam

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The bleak world of S.T.A.L.K.E.R. has just gotten a tad brighter as GOG.com is resurrecting ye olde Gamespy codes for the apocalyptic shooter, which also seem to be activating on Steam as well.

This is part of a wider initiative to dust off old game serial keys and get them revived digitally by GOG, who hope to expand what they can turn into a DRM-free copy. You get all the goodies and updates.

Mount and Blade: Warband's Viking Conquest DLC coming December 11, live-action trailer released

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TaleWorlds Entertainment has announced a December 11 release date for Mount and Blade: Warband's Viking Conquest DLC, which was externally developed by the team behind the popular 'Brytenwalda' mod.

To go along with the announcement, they've also released a live action trailer for the new expansion, featuring burly men hacking each other to bits with axes.

Paradox "handing over the reins" of Mount & Blade back to developer TaleWorlds

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As of today the Mount & Blade franchise is squarely back in its developer's hands, TaleWorlds, as Paradox Interactive give back the reins of the IP after five and a half years.

Paradox "feel honoured" to have been part of the journey and as a parting gift to fans, they'll be giving Early Access to Magicka: Wizard Wars in their library.

Humble Bundle launches Thanksgiving sale on Humble Store

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Steam isn't the only one after your precious Thanksgiving / Autumn pennies as Humble Bundle's very own Humble Store is now running a holiday sale. Its bloody price campaign begins with Crusader Kings II.

The entire grand strategy with all its DLC to-date is up for a poultry $20. That's right, celebrate Thanksgiving by giving the Native Americans the week off from cultural persecution.

War of the Vikings now on Steam Early Access, was "no-brainer" for Paradox

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Paradox Interactive's upcoming War of the Vikings has already enjoyed a "well-received" Alpha, and now many more can board the longboat to pillage bugs. It has been made available by Steam Early Access.

The studio wanted to run another Alpha, an eventual Beta and offer pre-orders... "it was a no-brainer" to go with Early Access on Steam. A sampler is on offer from October 1st to the 4th.

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