Rockstar Now Has Their Own PC Games Launcher

Get GTA: San Andreas for free if you use it.

Rockstar now has their own game launcher on the PC. The development studio quietly released this new launcher a short time ago today. They are attempting to entice users to download and use the installer by giving away a free copy of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas for a limited time.

Interesting enough, the Rockstar Games Launcher includes some features that took other launchers a little bit of time to add after release. This launcher includes cloud save support, a shop, and automatic updates. The prices on the store seem to...

Watch Almost an Hour of Death Stranding Gameplay

A lot of gameplay footage that may finally provide a lot of answers.

The marketing for the Kojima Productions game, Death Stranding, has left consumers with more questions than answers. It's a game from the mind of Hideo Kojima, so of course the marketing was going to be odd. The problem was, there are a lot of people that just have no idea about what the game was even about even after the numerous trailers.

Maybe sitting down and watching 50 minutes of gameplay will help clear up that confusion. If that doesn't work, then maybe a breakdown of the gameplay footage from...

Final Fantasy VII Remake Tokyo Game Show 2019 Trailer

The trailer is at the bottom after these boring words.

Square Enix showed off an all new trailer for Final Fantasy VII Remake this week at the Tokyo Game Show. The new trailer offers a fresh look at gameplay, the slums of Midgar, and a peak at the mini-games and summons. Midgar is home to the Shinra Electric Power Company. This kind of totally evil company is in conflict with Avalanche, a resistance group fighting to keep their planet alive. You will also get your first look at some of the Shinra operatives known as The Turks.

Square Enix also included their new artwork...

Cube World is Coming to Steam

Let me take you back to the year 2013...

In 2013, a little game called Cube World came out in an "alpha" release. It was a cute, stylized adventure-RPG that offered a ton of freedom, battles, exploration, and more. A big appeal of the alpha was being able to have all of these adventures with your friends in one world. To its credit, the limited content of the alpha was quite enjoyable but the promise of bigger and better was always just around the corner. The problem came when it was just never updated! Eventually the developer went dark.

We would sometimes...

First Super NES Games Announced for Switch

The initial list of 20 arrives on September 5 and they will be free*.

Starting tomorrow, September 5, Nintendo Switch owners will finally be able to purchase, download, and play some of their favorite Super NES games. Granted, the initial list is limited to just 20 titles, but it's 20 more than you have right now to choose from. These SNES releases will be free to everyone that has a Nintendo Switch Online membership.

Nintendo says that all of the titles, seen below, will be playable online using Nintendo Switch Online. This includes multiplayer in some of the titles....
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  • Total Gaming Network's Most Enjoyable Games of 2013

    Total Gaming Network's Most Enjoyable Games of 2013

    You have already seen the games and industry related issues I felt were the "Biggest Disappointments of 2013." Now, it's time to share the list of games that I feel were the most enjoyable to me in 2013.

    Now, we usually had some sort of a "top 10" list around here, be it in written format in 2011 or video format (2012) from previous years. This year, I decided to give an unsorted list of the games I most enjoyed. Yes, there are more than ten games here. This is simply because I felt that while 2013 was a great year of really enjoyable titles, there really wasn't one game that stood out amongst the rest. Thus, making a list that culminated in a "#1 game of 2013" seemed like a really stupid idea to do.

    With that said, here are the games I enjoyed playing the most in 2013. The only order you'll find here is alphabetical.

    Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag
    Despite the rather lengthy list of shortcomings in Assassin's Creed III, it still ended up being one of my favorite games of 2012. Assassin's...
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  • Speed Running Marathon - Awesome Games Done Quick 2014 - Underway to Raise Money for Charity

    Like watching people play games? Like watching people play games really fast and really well? Like helping out charity?

    If you answered "yes" to any of those questions, you need to tune into Awesome Games Done Quick 2014. This annual event is again raising money for charity by playing through a bunch of games as fast as possible. These are some of the world's best speedrunners here in one location, brought together to help raise money for the Prevent Cancer Foundation. They will literally be playing games for days on end.

    Sure, you can watch the stream above, but the meat and potatoes of this eve...
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  • Reminder: Double XP Event for Battlefield 4 Premium is Active

    Reminder: Double XP Event for Battlefield 4 Premium is Active

    Just a quick reminder to all owners of Battlefield 4 and Premium out there that there is an ongoing Double XP event underway. This event began yesterday at 8AM (ET) and is active for 58 hours.

    There is nothing special that you need to do to participate other than own Battlefield 4 Premium. Don't forget to make use of your 100% and 200% experience boosts for even faster gains.
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  • Origin and Steam Taken Offline by DDoS Attacks

    Origin and Steam Taken Offline by DDoS Attacks

    In case you've been having issues logging in to either Origin or Steam, you have some bored script kiddies to thank for that. One group, led by "Derp Trolling" targeted Origin earlier tonight.

    In response, another group led by chF decided to take down Steam. Their Twitter accounts will be linked to from us.

    Both have obviously been quite successful in their attempts at disrupting service for users....
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  • Updated Anti-Cheat Measures Allegedly Released by Valve for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

    Allegedly, on December 31, updated anti-cheat methods were rolled out to various Counter-Strike: Global Offensive servers. Namely, it appears as though the servers that Valve run themselves were updated while other dedicated servers were not yet updated with this "mysterious" update.

    Those of the CS:GO section on Reddit noticed that a larger than normal number of cheaters were bitching that their undetectable cheats had gotten them banned from VAC secured servers. If this is indeed the case, Valve made no announcement of this, perhaps to catch these cheaters off guard. In addition to this apparent up...
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  • Total Gaming Network's Biggest Disappointments of 2013

    Total Gaming Network's Biggest Disappointments of 2013

    Here we are again, the end of another year. The end of another 365 days of game releases. We just had the added benefit this year of also enjoying the launch of a new generation of game consoles. Games announced for 2014 and beyond are already looking and sounding amazing and there is no shortage of both AAA and Indie titles to enjoy right now!

    When you think about it, we haven't seen a massive launch of a new generation of consoles since 2005 and 2006. 2013 was, to put it mildly, a great year for gaming. Sure, ignore all of the bad things and... No. Wait. Hold on, hold the damn phone. No. Actually, let's not ignore the bad things. 2013 certainly had its ups but it also included its fair share of complete and total garbage.

    Let's just go ahead and fix this title right now.

    TGN's Best Games of 2013
    TGN's Biggest Disappointments of 2013

    In no particular order, here are what I felt were the biggest disappointments in the gaming industry in 2013.

    Infestation: Survivor Stories (aka: The War Z) Oh yeah, we're starting off this list with a strong contender for not only worst game release of 2013 but also the biggest fumble from a developer. See, when The War Z was originally released, I don't think many people actually believed it was going to be as good or be...
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  • Is The Elder Scrolls Online the Next Star Wars: The Old Republic?

    Is The Elder Scrolls Online the Next Star Wars: The Old Republic?

    Reliable industry sources have revealed that the internal cost of development for The Elder Scrolls Online has already surpassed $200 million. The last MMO to hit such lofty costs was Star Wars: The Old Republic, which reportedly cost EA from $200 million (as a low estimate) to upwards of $500 million to develop.

    We all remember how well that went for that title, don't we?

    That particular tweet has been removed, though we are unsure as to why. This is merely speculation at this point, and the facts may be that the budget is a lot less (or even a lot more) than the $200 million projection. Gamers are alr...
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  • Classic Fallout Games Removed from GOG Following Interplay License Expiration

    More sad news to ring in the new year as it was revealed earlier that the old Fallout titles have been removed from sites like GOG. The reason once again is due to Interplay no longer owning the rights to the franchise once the year came to an end. All rights now belong to Bethesda, which has so far not come to any sort of agreement with GOG for distribution rights.
    Today, we bid farewell to the legendary post-apocalyptic 2D classics. Due to circumstances beyond our control, we needed to pull the three classic Fallout games, that isFallout, Fallout 2, and Fallout Tactics, from sale and remove them from our DRM-free catalog. These classic titles have been with u
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  • Deadpool Pulled from Steam, Xbox Live Marketplace, and PlayStation Network Following License Expiration

    It looks as though the Deadpool game may be harder to come by as of just a few hours ago tonight. It appears as though Activision's license for the franchise expired and has now been removed from all digital retailers across all platforms. A similar fate befell the 007 franchise at the end of 2012 when Activision lost the publishing rights to that franchise. If you failed to pick up Deadpool during any of the holiday sales, you can still pick it up at places like Amazon. However, it may be safe to assume that once that stock sells out, it will no longer be available for purchase there either. Activision has...
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  • Follow-up on the Hello Games Office Flood

    Follow-up on the Hello Games Office Flood

    The other day, we reported on the flood that hit the development studio of Hello Games, the small dev team behind the Joe Danger series and the upcoming No Man's Sky.

    These past few days, the studio sent out a few Tweets that provide a brief update of their situation, including some positive outlooks....
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  • AMD Mantle Support for Battlefield 4 Delayed Until at Least January

    AMD Mantle Support for Battlefield 4 Delayed Until at Least January

    If you're an AMD videocard owner and you've been anxiously awaiting AMD Mantle support that was promised for Battlefield 4, you're going to have a bit of a longer wait.

    With DICE focused on fixing bugs for the game, support for the new API has now been pushed back to some time in January. A spokesperson for EA issued the following statement to SemiAccurate.
    "After much consideration, the decision was made to delay the Mantle patch for Battlefield 4. AMD continues to support DICE on the public introduction of Mantle, and we are tremendously excited about the coming release for Battlefield 4! We are now
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