What was once a rarity has recently become a regular occurrence. Despite that, Humble Bundles continue to sell from proverbial hot cakes. But it's all about the charity. So what's next? Civilization!
Got a spare £20 saved for a rainy day? Imagine it's raining right now and start considering throwing that cash to EA for a full year subscription to Origin Access.
Who said that grand strategy is dead? Certainly not Paradox Interactive, as its latest sales figures for Hearts of Iron IV show that the game sold over half a million copies since it's release in June 2016. This announcement follows record sales for Stellaris, Europa Universalis IV and Crusader Kings II.
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.
It's been a long road for Crusader Kings II - and likely much longer for the development team. With today marking its fifth anniversary, what better time to talk about Secret Religious Cults?
Cities: Skylines is a city building game much like Tropic and Simcity. This time you get consequences and hardships when your city starts to gain money or lose too much.
Still going strong after two years on Steam, Insurgency not only received a patch yesterday evening, but more details for its sequel.
SEGA in association with Creative Assembly, Relic Entertainment and Amplitude have announced another Make War Not Love event that will run from February 16th until the 19th. The annual valentines mocking promotion pits communities against each other to win various prizes.
Paradox Interactive today announced their cooperation with the mod teams behind the 'Kaiserreich' and 'MEIOU and Taxes', for Hearts of Iron IV and Europa Universalis IV. At this years PDXCON, the publishers will be hosting the mod teams at the convention.
Being one of the first driving sims to advocate its major VR support, Project Cars is back with Project Cars 2 and a whole lot more bells and whistles.