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Valve Cracks Down on Using VPNs to Buy Games Cheaper

This should hopefully lead to more fair regional pricing.

For several years now, users were able to make use of a loophole that allowed them to buy games for cheaper if purchased from certain regions. Users were able to trick Steam into thinking they lived in one region where a price of a game was more favorable to them due to exchange rates. This had the unfortunate side-effect of developers and publishers having to increase prices in these regions to put a stop to those using VPNs...
 

Halo Infinite 4K Gameplay and New Screenshots

Halo Infinite running at 4K 60FPS on the Xbox Series X.

Microsoft and 343 Industries showed off quite a bit of Halo Infinite today as part of the Xbox Games Showcase. The show opener included a lengthy gameplay segment, which you can now see below.

Halo Infinite is in development for the Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC. You can actually add it to your Steam Wishlist right now. Halo Infinite is expected to be released this Holiday season. ...
 

Mafia: Definitive Edition 4K Gameplay Reveal

First look at gameplay.


The first look at the gameplay for Mafia: Definitive Edition was just revealed. Not only do we get a look at the gameplay for the first time, but it's presented in 4K resolution for those with monitors or televisions that support that resolution.

Mafia: Definitive Edition will be released on September 25, 2020. This follows a short delay that hit the game once already that pushed the game from an August release. ...
 

Metacritic Finally Does Away with Day One User Scores

Perhaps done in an effort to suppress user score review bombing.

According to a new report by Paul Tassi, via Forbes, Metacritic seems to be doing away with allowing users to submit scores on games until at least a day after release. Tassi notes that user scores for the just released Ghost of Tsushima only has critical scores posted for the game. The user scores are currently showing a message that user reviews will be permitted starting July 18 at 12PM (PT).

The message...
 

Donkey Kong Country is Finally Coming to Nintendo Switch Online

It's about time.

Those of you who wanted a little bit of the big DK in their lives may finally get their wish. Nintendo just announced that they will be adding Donkey Kong Country to Nintendo Switch Online starting on July 15, 2020. This SNES classic will be joined by two other titles: Natsume Championship Wrestling from the SNES and The Immortal from the NES.

Nintendo of America's tweet, seen below, does not indicate the pricing for any of these titles. ...
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  • Project Winter Steam Early Access Begins

    Project Winter Steam Early Access Begins


    The open beta for Project Winter has come and gone. Now, it's come for all of you survivors and traitors alike to check out the game as part of Steam Early Access, which just happens to have started today. Partner up with some friends and maybe stab them in the back as they try to survive against the elements in this multiplayer survival game.

    Project Winter is going for $19.99 through Steam Early Access. You can purchase it through Steam, the Humble Store, and Green Man Ga...
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  • Baldur's Gate, Planescape, and Neverwinter Nights Coming to Consoles in 2019

    Baldur's Gate, Planescape, and Neverwinter Nights Coming to Consoles in 2019


    Skybound Games and Beamdog announced a new publishing partnership that will see some classic RPGs making their way to various console platforms throughout 2019. So far, the plan is to bring over the following games: Baldur's Gate, Baldur's Gate II, Baldur's Gate: Siege of Dragonspear, Icewind Dale, Planescape: Torment, and Neverwinter Nights.

    All of the releases will be the Enhanced Editions, which have already seen life on the PC platform courtesy of Beamdog. A physical retail...
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  • Post-Launch Plans Revealed for Battlefleet Gothic: Armada II

    Post-Launch Plans Revealed for Battlefleet Gothic: Armada II


    Tindalos Interactive just revealed their "massive" post-launch plans for Battlefleet Gothic: Armada II. These plans include the usual bug fixes and balancing, but they will be paired with new content like multiple new game modes. A new post on the Steam Community outlines many of these upcoming plans. ...
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  • Chaosbane is First Hack and Slash Title Set in Warhammer Universe

    Chaosbane is First Hack and Slash Title Set in Warhammer Universe


    Warhammer: Chaosbane is the first ever hack and slash title that is set in the Warhammer universe. Pre-orders began today for the game on the Xbox Store and are coming tomorrow to the PlayStation Store. Curiously, the game is also apparently coming to PC, and even has a Steam page up, but there was no mention of this in today's press release.

    Slated to be released on June 4, this new game from Bigben and Eko Software will have two beta phases. The first is in March with the...
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  • A Plague Tale: Innocence Exposes You to the Rat Plague in Final Behind the Scenes Video


    If you ever wanted to be exposed to a deadly rat plague, then today is your lucky day. The third and final behind the scenes video was released today for A Plague Tale: Innocence.

    The first episode of this series can be found here, while the second one is right here. As you may have guessed, this third video focuses on the main "foe" of the game: plague carrying rat swarms. These evil jerks are swarming across medieval France and making life real difficult for Hugo...
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  • Game Informer March Cover - The Outer Worlds

    Game Informer March Cover - The Outer Worlds


    The March issue of Game Informer is all about The Outer Worlds. As you will hopefully recall, The Outer Worlds is a new game from the original Fallout devs at Obsidian Entertainment and it was first revealed last year at The Game Awards.

    Expect to see a lot of fresh information and hopefully some new gameplay footage as the month goes on. Some of the first details to be revealed is the fact that the game will have a physical retail release for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Its price will be the expected $60 at release. ...
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  • Astroneer 1.0 Released on Steam and Xbox

    Astroneer 1.0 Released on Steam and Xbox


    The big 1.0 release for Astroneer is here today. This marks the game's "official" release out of Early Access. With today's release comes a big update that adds in plenty of fresh content to this very fun planet exploration and survival title.

    Astroneer is available on PC via Steam and on the Xbox One. The going price for the game is $29.99.

    Astroneer spent roughly two years in Early Access and received about 40 updates during that time. ...
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  • Anthem Post-Launch Roadmap Partially Revealed

    Anthem Post-Launch Roadmap Partially Revealed


    BioWare seems like they're committed to delivering a fairly steady stream of fresh content and updates for Anthem after it's released. Today, the Anthem team revealed a partial roadmap of what players can expect in the months ahead for the game.

    Granted, we only get a real detailed look at the content that starts to come out in March, but it's better than nothing. March kicks off Act 01: Echoes of Reality. Acts 02 and 03 are teased, but their starting dates or what they will...
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  • Guild Wars Complete Collection Now Available

    Guild Wars Complete Collection Now Available


    ArenaNet announced today the new release of Guild Wars Complete Collection for those looking to experience the original Guild Wars from start to finish. Priced at $39.99, the package includes all three of the game's campaigns: Guild Wars, Guild Wars: Factions, Guild Wars: Nightfall, plus Eye of the North.

    In addition, a new patch for the original Guild Wars went out today that includes some new content and other quality of life improvements.

    The patch adds in a...
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  • Claybook Brings Physics-Based Clay Puzzles to Switch in March

    Claybook Brings Physics-Based Clay Puzzles to Switch in March


    Second Order, a development studio founded by former Ubisoft - RedLynx vets, is readying the release of their clay focused physics-based puzzle game, Claybook.The game will arrive on the Nintendo Switch this March. When it does, players will get to experience the "Clayfield" technology that "creates true-to-life volumetric clay visuals and physics."

    Bend the world to your will, or mold it, or roll it(?), or do other clay related actions to solve these puzzles....
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  • EA Apparently Blames Weak Battlefield V Sales on Prioritizing Campaign Over Battle Royale


    Just when you thought the general rabble about Battlefield V was finally quieting down, EA released their Q3 2019 financials to investors today. In doing so, EA's top brass say that Battlefield V sold roughly 1 million units below expectations because development prioritized a single player campaign over getting a battle royale mode ready for launch.

    To its credit, Battlefield V still sold 7.3 million units across all platforms, but it's still considered underperforming according...
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