You may have caught wind of ARK: Survival Evolved's knack of making headlines recently. The team's decision to significantly raise the cost of the game was sudden; catching the attention of other developers - like Dead 'Rocket' Hall.
The rise of video games once spelled doom for tabletop and novel-based adventure games; but the Fighting Fantasy series managed to persist longer than originally expected.
If you're looking for a sci-fi 'souls' game, The Surge has your back. Finally released back in May, it seems Deck13 are hoping to bring in some fresh meat by introducing a demo. You don't see many of those these days.
Through a series of mergers, sell-offs, partnerships and the killer that is time, Icewind Dale 2 is unlikely to see the same remaster treatment enjoyed by the original Icewind Dale.
Through an interesting twist of fate, Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor has received an update almost 3 years after its release.
While further reports really do seem to suggest that the once hotly anticipated Mass Effect: Andromeda will no longer gain any single-player DLC, the same doesn't seem to be true for its multiplayer component. Not for now, at least.
With CI Games just last week admitting that they pushed for a bit too much with Sniper Ghost Warrior 3, it seems there other title - Lords of the Fallen 2 - could be recovering from a similar issue.
As PC gamers we're constantly living our gaming lives on the edge. Not necessarily because we're getting more of a technological thrill from our complicated rigs, but usually because we're worrying over whether a given game will make use of our needlessly expensive toys.
Though we don't have a shred of detail when it comes to Mass Effect: Andromeda's future DLC plans at the minute, it certainly isn't as dead in the water as yesterday's rumours suggested.