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Only further proving its worth over EA's attempt to reintroduce SimCity to the masses, Karoliina, the head designer on Cities: Skylines recently publishing a new blog detailing the transportation networks coming in yet another free update.

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Paradox Interactive are celebrating the second anniversary of Cities Skylines today, with the announcement of a free set of three new in-game buildings inspired by Chinese architecture, and the outstanding achievement of 3.5 million copies sold since launch.

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Embracing Twitch streaming almost immediately, Paradox Interactive are now actively partnering with the service to offer something back to its loyal streamers.

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Marking Marvel Heroes' 61st playable character since its launch back in 2013, Gazillian's Diablo-esque ARPG gains Black Bolt as its next.

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Paradox interactive have announced a new expansion coming soon for Cities: Skylines, the award-winning city-builder from Colossal Order. The expansion, titled “Mass Transit,” will bring new forms of transportation to the game, allowing players to offer in-game citizens new ways to get across town by land, sea, and air.

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Seemingly reaffirmed that people do indeed like what they put out, FunCom has reportedly decide to breath new life into their unique, ageing MMO The Secret World.

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Need a bit of cheering up this fine Monday afternoon? Ditch your after-work TV plans and give Xenonauts 2 a try. There's a brand-new demo available through GOG.

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Can you believe it's almost been 4 years since the release of Outlast? So where's that sequel, you ask? It could be arriving fairly soon.

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Writing up so many news stories per day, it's hard to imagine there's anyone out there with no games to play over any given period of their free time. There's too many, they're too cheap too often and they're usually pretty good. But if you're still in need of something new to play, there's two major sales going down this weekend.

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If you've ever called foul at being killed - or killing another player - in Team Fortress 2, your screams of rage may have actually been justified.