Bethesda Celebrates 25 Years of Elder Scrolls with a Morrowind Giveaway

Bethesda is celebrating 25 years of The Elder Scrolls today. On this day back in 1994, Bethesda released the first Elder Scrolls title called The Elder Scrolls: Arena for DOS. And while it's not that easy to play the original Elder Scrolls on modern machines, you should still be able to play The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind.

It's probably a good thing that FOR TODAY ONLY (March 25, 2019), you can get a free copy of Morrowind to keep forever and ever for the life of the Launcher. Here is how you can snag your free copy of Morrowind, plus some other freebies. Do...

Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2 Announced, Pre-orders Available Now

After multiple weeks and a few months of teases, including a long running ARG surrounding a dating app called Tinder, we now have an official announcement of Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2. Paradox Interactive made the big reveal just moments ago via a GDC party. The party was "supposed" to be for a new Tinder reveal but thanks to some unintentionally cheesy live-action role playing, it turned out to be a big reveal for Bloodlines 2.

This is a direct sequel to the previous title that came out back in 2004 on the very same day that Half-Life 2 was released....

Valve Finally Shows Off New Steam UI Overhaul

An update to the Steam user interface and library has been in the works at Valve for years now. Today, the company finally feels comfortable enough to show off their Steam UI overhaul and did just that during a presentation at GDC 2019. I'd like to first thank Game Informer and PC Gamer (and again) for a lot of the information and screenshots you'll see below.

First up, let's talk about the changes coming to how your Library will look and function with this new update. The Friends list is now integrated into a column on the right side. No idea if this is an optional...

Nintendo Embraces Indie - Cuphead, Darkwood, a Dancing Zelda, and More Revealed Today for Switch

Are you ready for the invasion of the Indies on the Nintendo Switch? Earlier today, a new Nindies Showcase for Spring 2019 outlined a good number of independent developed titles that are coming soon to the portable console otherwise known as the Switch.

Some of the highlights in today's announcement include Cuphead from Studio MDHR. This one will be out on April 18. In addition, Cadence of Hyrule - Crypt of the NecroDancer Featuring the Legend of Zelda was also announced today. This rhythm-action title takes its catchy tunes to Hyrule and features playable Link and Princess...

The Outer Worlds, Remedy's Control, Detroit: Become Human, and More Announced as Epic Games Store Timed Exclusives

As part of today's GDC presentation, Epic Games announced a number of timed exclusives that are coming first to the Epic Games Store. Among these games are The Outer Worlds, Control from Remedy Entertainment, and even some PlayStation 4 exclusives like Detroit: Become Human from Quantic Dream.

Some of these titles, such as The Outer Worlds, will also appear on the Microsoft Store for Windows 10. I guess this just lends more confirmation that Epic is less about purchasing exclusives and more about simply paying companies to keep their games off of Steam. Consumers should not...
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  • Bethesda Confirms They Will be Have an E3 2019 Conference

    Bethesda Confirms They Will be Have an E3 2019 Conference

    In a year in which both Sony and EA have bowed out of their annual E3 conferences, it's perhaps reassuring to know that some traditions are still going strong. Bethesda confirmed today that they will be at E3 2019 and will indeed hold their annual E3 Showcase conference.

    The studio announced that the 5th Annual Bethesda E3 Showcase will begin on Sunday, June 9 at 5:30PM (PT). They claim it's going to be "a hell of a night" and then goes on to talk about how they'll have an in-depth look at DOOM Eternal. Because "hell of a night" and Doom. Get it? GET IT?!
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  • The Culling Servers Shutting Down in May

    The Culling Servers Shutting Down in May

    If you are one of the 32 players currently still playing The Culling on PC, you may be sad to hear that the game's servers will be shutting down on May 15. Of course, this also means that the servers for the Xbox One version are going away and I'm guessing that there are maybe a few more players on that platform? Who knows anymore. The game is pretty dead either way.

    In case you forgot, Xaviant had gone back to The Culling after developing, releasing, and then pulling The Culling 2 after being on sale for just 8 days from July 10-18, 2018. Xaviant had returned back to the...
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  • Logo for Google's Gaming Thing Revealed at GDC

    Logo for Google's Gaming Thing Revealed at GDC

    We still don't fully know yet what gaming related thing Google is going to reveal this week at GDC 2019. However, we do know a couple of things.

    First, we know that Google is going to reveal whatever this thing is at 10AM (PT) on Wednesday. We also know that they have display cases ready to go that will house some sort of hardware. Or maybe they're being cheeky and they're already showing off something in those cases. Maybe it's a cloud. Really makes you think...

    Finally, we also got a look at the logo for this Google gaming thing. Special thanks to John Voor...
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  • Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Gameplay Overview Trailer

    Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Gameplay Overview Trailer

    Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice by FromSoftware is slated to be released this Friday, March 22 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam. If you are still curious about what this game even is, perhaps today's newest trailer will help answer those questions.

    From Software and Activision released a new gameplay overview trailer alongside the usual press release that talks about key game features and some story related stuff. If you already know about the game and what to expect, this probably isn't for you. Be sure to at least check out the trailer if you haven't already....
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  • New Gwent 'Crimson Curse' Trailer Released

    New Gwent 'Crimson Curse' Trailer Released

    CD Projekt Red released a new trailer today for their upcoming first expansion for GWENT: The Witcher Card Game. We already talked a bit about the new expansion, called Crimson Curse, but today brings about some additional details on the new content that you can expect.

    First off, the trailer at the bottom is new. The trailer from the initial announcement was only a teaser trailer. This is the full trailer, clocking in at a whopping one minute and 13 seconds. It talks about some of the "dark lore" of the Crimson Curse. It also offers up a look at some of the new...
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  • Free Version of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Releases March 20

    Free Version of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Releases March 20

    Bandai Namco is about to release a "lite" version of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 today that offers up a sample of the full gameplay experience. This release is free and, just like the free release of Dead or Alive 6: Core Fighters, includes the ability to take part in online fights, play through some of the game's story, and a bit more.

    This release is slated for Wednesday, March 20 for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Why this game? Why now? No idea! The original release of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 happened back in 2016 for the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. A Switch...
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  • Valve Will Now Remove 'Off-Topic Review Bombs' from Steam User Scores

    Valve Will Now Remove 'Off-Topic Review Bombs' from Steam User Scores

    Valve has had a major problem these past few years with user submitted reviews. One of the biggest issues with user reviews, be they on Steam or anywhere, is when a push is made by a community to review bomb a game or other form of media. These usually result in a ton of negative reviews in a short span of time for a product because of some perceived slight by a studio concerning a game.

    Steam displays user scores in a couple of ways. They show the average of the most recent scores given to a title and the average of all of the reviews from the start. So while the short-term...
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  • No Man's Sky 'Beyond' Content Update Announced

    No Man's Sky 'Beyond' Content Update Announced

    Hello Games just announced another big update that is in the works for No Man's Sky. This update, called "Beyond" is currently slated to be released Summer 2019. Sean Murray took to both his own site and the PlayStation Blog today to talk about No Man's Sky: Beyond.

    It seems as though Murray and his steam are going to announce more details about Beyond in stages. Today marks the beginning of the first stage where they talk about No Man's Sky Online.

    And yes, as you may have already gathered from the previous content updates for No Man's Sky, Beyond will...
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  • Dead or Alive 6: Core Fighters is a Free-to-Play Fighting Sampler, Out Now

    Dead or Alive 6: Core Fighters is a Free-to-Play Fighting Sampler, Out Now

    Dead or Alive 6: Core Fighters is a newly released free-to-play "sampler" of the full Dead or Alive 6 game. It's now available to download on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam.

    This release offers up a limited amount of content from the full game. It includes four characters (Kaumi, Hitomi, Diego, and Bass). It also allows you to play online ranked battles, Versus, Arcade, Time Attack, Training, and Quest modes. If you want to play through the game's Story mode, you'll be able to play through only the introduction portion. In addition, players can access...
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  • Security Researchers Find '39 Percent' of Counter-Strike 1.6 Servers Used to Spread Malware

    This week, security researchers from Russia's Dr.Web (PDF), filed a report saying that roughly 39% of Counter-Strike 1.6 servers were used to spread malware to users. The report, filed on Monday, found that these malicious servers exploited a remote code execution (RCE) flaw in the game client to spread a new malware variant called Belonard.

    These servers were nothing more than proxy servers set up to display low pings, enticing players to try to connect to them. When players connected to those servers, they were redirected to the malicious servers that had one of four different...
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  • Epic Games Launcher Allegedly Scrapes Local Steam Data Prior to Granting Consent, Epic Responds

    Earlier today, Reddit user PhoenixPoint and ResetEra member Madjoki found out that the Epic Games Launcher may be collecting your Steam history at startup. As part of their investigation, they found that at startup, the Epic Games Launcher searches your local computer for a Steam install. If it finds that Steam is installed, it then apparently proceeds to pull a list of files typically stored in your Steam Cloud. This data includes game saves for all users that have logged in to Steam on your computer.

    Madjoki also found that it pulls a list of your Steam friends and their name history....
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