Around half a year after launch, Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III gains its biggest post-release update today. To celebrate, it's even going cheap (and free for a time, too).
Little Orbit took over the infamous Final Fantasy Tactics-inspired Unsung Story in August and are now desperately trying to undo all the damage Playdek did.
Obsidian's next RPG will be published by Versus Evil, but why not Paradox Interactive who published their last two RPGs, Tyranny and Pillars of Eternity?
In what we can imagine is an effort to harvest the Destiny 2 hype PC players are holding while their console friends shoot away at the Cabal, Ubisoft have set up another free weekend for their own loot-heavy multiplayer shooter - The Division.
In what seems to be a marketing stunt for their upcoming Tooth and Tail strategy game, Pocketwatch Games are offering up Monaco: What's Your Is Mine for the low, low price of absolutely nothing.
The crowdfunded spiritual successor to XCOM from series original creator Julian Gollop has shown the map and the tense, 4X style exploration of the world, and realistic ballistics.
Ubisoft has revealed the first details for The Division’s free 1.8 Update, which will add two new modes – the Resistance PVE mode and Skirmish PVP mode – and a West Side Pier map expansion spread across two zones.
If you bought a game during Paradox's misguided price increase earlier this year you should be getting details on how to claim a free game as compensation.
Paradox Interactive has announced that the next expansion for Tyranny, The Bastard’s Wound, will be released on 7th September for PC priced at $14.99.
And as originally promised it will be free to owners of Shadows: Heretic Kingdoms! And yes, Tom Baker is still in it!