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Paradox Interactive and Colossal Order announced today that Cities: Skylines will be getting another new expansion called Parklife, which will be released for the PC on 24th May.

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A seemingly simple function in Cities: Skylines is causing a lot of headache for players. Here's how to rotate objects, and how to avoid breaking the control scheme, preventing rotation.

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Hearts of Iron 4 is an extremely complex game if you look at it from a technical stand point. Paradox Interactive has constructed a masterpiece of grand strategy gaming, but has it started to trip over with the addition of Waking Tiger and the v1.5 Patch that followed it? We've talked with Roy Goodfellow, Assistant Developer, about what to do when this problem occurs.

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Grand Theft Auto Online hits off another weekly event, offering players greater in-game rewards for Gunrunning missions.

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The press posted a lot of stories yesterday about how Rockstar's GTA5 was now the most profitable entertainment product in history. We are debunking that rumour, as it's simply not true - Blizzard's WoW is that product.

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A new full title from Paradox Development Studio, and one from Triumph Studios.

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Paradox Interactive have released a free update for Cities: Skylines, adding a rocket platform and space exploration center - that acts as a tie-in to the upcoming Surviving Mars.

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They're developing a professional version of CMANO to show to delegates from the armed forces.

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Multiplayer games don't always have to be competitive. Sometimes taking on challenges alongside a friend or more can provide as much, or even more, fun and entertainment as a competitive multiplayer game. While co-op titles rarely match the overall popularity of their competitive counterparts, the category still counts a number of masterpieces in its ranks.

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While some might prefer the frantic pace of real-time strategy games where you hit macros like you're speed-typing, the slow, calm and calculated air of the turn-based strategy game call to those players who like to plan extensively and enjoy carefully crafted plots and tactics boiling over in slow-cooked tension. Mmmmmm.