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It's up to us to save the space whales in Blubber Busters

The proper way to save a space whale from space-whale disease? Why, hop inside the magnificent beast and melt the parasitic sickness away with a flamethrower, of course! Just as nature intended. This is Blubber Busters, a PC action-platform game that I agree with Steven is fun to say out loud. Show More Summary

Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap continues to look lovely

I will seize any opportunity to bring up Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap, a gorgeous remake of Wonder Boy III from Lizardcube, and today's developer chat with the original creator fits that simple criteria. "In July we went to Kyoto to...Show More Summary

Treyarch unleashes mod tools for Call of Duty: Black Ops III

While Call of Duty originally launched as a PC exclusive, you'd be hard-pressed to find anyone who associates the series with computers. Most people either know of the franchise from its Xbox 360 heyday or are familiar with the intrusive NFL cameos. For a long time, Call of Duty hasn't really been worth pursuing on PC. Show More Summary

Endless Space 2 drifts onto Steam Early Access October 6

Amplitude Studios is returning for another foray into the stars above with Endless Space 2, its next 4X strategy game. Since the developer wants to make sure it's the best product it can be, the game comes to Steam Early Access on October...Show More Summary

My first life (or ten minutes) as an astronaut in Osiris: New Dawn

I don't have a ton of experience with survival games. I played The Forest last week for the first time in a couple years, barely remembering how to build a fire when I came upon an outpost that my friends had built with blood and sweat and wood and rope. Show More Summary

Nintendo is using Splatoon to sell Paper Mario: Color Spash

One time I was at Disney's California Adventure, watching the World of Color light/water show. There was a giant Genie from Aladdin screaming "DO YOU LIKE BLUE?!" somewhat too enthusiastically, the excitement on his tongue sounding more like a knife being sharpened. Show More Summary

NSFW: Haydee is all about butts, and of course there's a nudity mod

Haydee, if you haven't heard, is the ass-to-face indie puzzler that's been turning heads all week for its glorious robottocks(tm) and otherwise awful, unintuitive, punishing gameplay that rougelike-lovers crave. Former Dtoid editor and...Show More Summary

Space-faring survival game Osiris: New Dawn tops the Steam charts

Survival games: folks still aren't tired of 'em, particularly when they let people venture off into space. That's when we start getting into "dream game" territory for certain players and the money comes pouring in. Unsurprisingly, the ambitious new PC game Osiris: New Dawn, having debuted on Steam Early Access today, is off to a strong start. Show More Summary

No Man's Sky advertising under investigation

Nearly two months after its launch, No Man's Sky can't seem to catch a break. Eurogamer has confirmed that the United Kingdom's Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) is launching an investigation into No Man's Sky's advertising after...Show More Summary

Homefront: The Revolution liberates its first single-player DLC today

Without much fanfare, a single-player add-on for Homefront: The Revolution has released. It's called The Voice of Freedom, and it features most-wanted freedom fighter Benjamin Walker as he does revolutionary-like stuff. Also, Walker and his homies dress up like Suicide Squad rejects: Read more...

Civilization VI scores pre-order deal at Bundle Stars

Believe it or not, we haven't seen a noticable discount on Civilization VI for months now. While pre-order deals were a norm in years past, it looked like 2K was keeping a tight lid on Civ VI this time around. This changes a bit today with a $12 price break at Bundle Stars and a similar 20 percent off on the Deluxe Edition too. Read more...

Comments of the Week 88

Welcome back to Comments of the Week. I'm your host, Dreamweaver! If you don't know who I am, then you've obviously been hiding under a rock these past few months, so let's pretend you're totally stupid and walk you through what this is. Show More Summary

Doom soundtrack now officially available

Ever since the release of Doom back in May, fans have been clamoring for an official soundtrack release. Bethesda was silent on the matter and, oddly, didn't even have a digital version for purchase. People just wanted to rip and tear...Show More Summary

Red Flags is a worthy successor to the Cards Against Humanity throne

One of the weirdest moments of PAX West 2016 for me (and that's a long list, just ask Myles) was when I was flagged down on the show floor to give the card game Red Flags a shot. That in itself isn't weird; when you have a yellow media badge, folks really want you to come see their thing, especially on the lower-budget sixth floor. Show More Summary

Drive Girls looks pretty damn sweet in its first trailers

Earlier this month we told you about Drive Girls, the new PlayStation Vita action game starring a bunch of girls that can transform into cars. It was playable at TGS, but now the rest of the world is getting a good look at the game in action with a pair of fresh trailers from Bergsala Lightweight, a developer probably best known for its work on Bushido Blade. Read more...

Blizzard should bring more Overwatch heroes to its other games

In case you haven't noticed, I'm not exactly the MOBA guy around here. Off the top of my head, I'm not sure that I've ever written about League of Legends or Dota 2. I wrote about Paragon once before we ever knew what Paragon was, so that hardly counts. Yet, here I am talking Heroes of the Storm because Overwatch's Zarya is in it. Show More Summary

Become the Dovahkiin with Skyrim: Special Edition Dragonborn bundle

Those who are picking up Skyrim: Special Edition this fall may be interested in a collector's edition coming to Best Buy. Exclusive to the store, $75 nets you the game in a steelbook case along with a Dovahkiin mask. The bundle will be available for PS4 and Xbox One and is currently up for pre-order from Best Buy's official website. Show More Summary

Adam Jensen RKOing a robot into oblivion

Adam Jensen and Randy Orton have a lot in common. They're both apex predators who lie in wait, ready to seize the opportune moment to strike. Well, Orton bangs his fist on the mat which is actually particularly un-stealthy, but that's beside the point. Show More Summary

Transformers and the Resident Evil remaster highlight October's free PlayStation Plus games

It may be 20 years old at this point, but the original Resident Evil still holds up. That may be, in part, due to the fresh coat of paint it got last year. Paying PlayStation members get to see for themselves soon enough. Sony has announced...Show More Summary

Review: Overcooked

Overcooked is an absolute riot. Some of you already know this. After all, the manic cooking game has been out on a few different platforms since early August. But many of you have yet to experience the joy (and utter misery) of running a kitchen with a partner who isn't quite on your exact wavelength. Show More Summary

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