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  1. Valve’s gaming handheld is called the Steam Deck and it’s shipping in December WWW.THEVERGE.COM Play your Steam library on the go with the Steam Deck.
  2. Article from IGN HERE Says that it's looking like steam will be able to fulfil first orders onetime, exciting. I do have a 512Gig Deck Pre-ordered but I'm finding it really hard to justify it I just really like new shiny toys. I do not need this in any way. There's a link in the article to check on your order status too! I'll link to it to HERE! Exciting!
  3. Pre-purchase God of War on Steam STORE.STEAMPOWERED.COM His vengeance against the Gods of Olympus years behind him, Kratos now lives as a man in the realm of Norse Gods and monsters. It is in this harsh, unforgiving world that he must fight to survive… and teach his son to do the same.
  4. A good friend of mine gifted me his old workstation PC, and I've used it to replace my old work laptop. It's not a gaming computer, but from what I can tell, the installed NVIDIA Quadro P4000 is no slouch when it comes to games. For the most part I've only worked on a Mac so that I can also utilize Logic for music making, but I now find myself with the possibility of tapping into the endless PC gaming space. To be clear, I'm not particularly interested in newer games, or trying to push visuals (which this GFX card won't really allow anyway). I have a Series X that I can use to play 4K stuff, so I'm mostly interested in the older or less demanding things that I've missed out on since only gaming on consoles. I really love retro FPS games, and can now play most of the stuff listed in the "retro FPS" thread - speaking of which, @Commissar SFLUFAN, do you have favorite games in this genre from the recent crop? I was looking at Ultrakill, HROT, and Post Void. I already bought Return to Castle Wolfenstein (which has a cool overhaul mod called RealRTCW). So, I'd love for people to dump any older/unique/early access stuff that's entirely unique to PC here if they have suggestions!
  5. LEAP on Steam STORE.STEAMPOWERED.COM LEAP is a fast-paced, multiplayer first-person shooter featuring epic battles with up to 60 players, each armed to the teeth. Fight for either the United Earth Defense Coalition (UEDC) or the rebel Exo-Terrans - whoever pays the most, wins your trigger finger and excessive arsenal.
  6. Humble Choice is leveling up next month! | Humble Bundle Blog BLOG.HUMBLEBUNDLE.COM We’ve been listening to the Humble community about how we can make Humble Choice even better, and the message isContinue reading Everyone gets moved to the 'legacy' plan basically. Meaning $12 a month for Steam keys for the month's featured games. They're also introducing a new persistent "Humble Games Collection" and an app alongside it. It's another Games Pass-model client focused on Humble's own catalog. But all those games will be subscription DRM locked. Lastly, the Humble Trove is still there with DRM-free stuff, renamed as the Vault.
  7. So Valheim has been taking the gaming world by storm the past 2-3 weeks. I jumped onto it really early after seeing a few tweets about it. I love this Genre, and this game has been top notch in the genre. It's installation size is 1 GB, but the game itself is packed with content, and the way it handles progression and moves you forward through the game is extremely well done. I was kind of shocked to see no one talking about it on here. I have like 150-200 hours into it already. I just finished basically the full "Story" that is available in the Early Access now, so will finally take a break to wait for more updates, but most likely will still jump on to play with friends. I have never played Terraria, but I've read its extremely similar in game design to that. Others have said its a mix of Minecraft, Skyrim, and Dark Souls. If you have a PC capable of running it, I'd definitely recommend trying it out, especially if you have a small group that dig this style of survival/action rpg hybrid. A few screenshots of my first base setup with added bridge.
  8. Call of Duty’s new anti-cheat system includes a kernel-level driver to catch PC cheaters WWW.THEVERGE.COM Call of Duty: Warzone will get the driver first later this year.
  9. AMD says RX 6500 XT is “optimized” to be good for gaming and bad for mining ARSTECHNICA.COM Ongoing mining craze is actually affecting how some products are designed.
  10. Amazon seems to be building to something. This past month was Alien Isolation, Star Wars Squardons and Ghostrunner, with keys supplied on Epic/Origin/GoG. Remember, this is a perk to anyone with Amazon Prime and all games continue to work if your sub lapses.
  11. The Epic Games Store will reportedly give away 15 free games over Christmas | VGC WWW.VIDEOGAMESCHRONICLE.COM It's claimed the promotion will kick off next week with Shenmue 3… 3rd year in a row. Line-up for past years: 2020 December 17 — Cities: Skylines December 18 — Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty December 19 — The Long Dark December 20 — Defence Grid: The Awakening December 21 — Alien: Isolation December 22 — Metro: 2033 Redux December 23 — Tropico 5 December 24 — Inside December 25 — Darkest Dungeon December 26 — My Time At Portia December 27 — Night in the Woods December 28 — Stranded Deep December 29 — Solitairica December 30 — Torchlight II December 31 — Jurassic World Evolution 2019 December 19 – Into the Breach December 20 – Towerfall Ascension December 21 – Superhot December 22 – Little Inferno December 23 – Ape Out December 24 – Celeste December 25 – Totally Accurate Battle Simulator (TABS) December 26 – Faster Than Light December 27 – Hyper Light Drifter December 28 – Shadow Tactics December 29 – The Talos Principle December 30 – Hello Neighbor
  12. Trading cards are given out again for voting in goty awards and discovery queue. There are giveaways happening on Epic, and probably a better AAA sale there. Plus Humble Choice in January. But Steam refunds are simple enough if you need them. The biggest highlight this year might be Black Mesa for $5. There’s actually a good amount I might be picking up this year with store credit I’ve generated. There’s quite a few super cheap indies hitting historical lows. (Dicey Dungeons, Unravel Two, etc)
  13. This one's for you @5timechamp GROUND BRANCH on Steam STORE.STEAMPOWERED.COM From one of the developers behind the original Rainbow Six® and Ghost Recon® games, comes a thinking-man's first-person shooter featuring in-depth character and weapon customization. Take your time. Think ahead. Get the job done. GROUND BRANCH – BlackFoot Studios' Premiere Tactical FPS WWW.GROUNDBRANCH.COM BlackFoot Studios' Premiere Tactical FPS Gameplay from the latest build:
  14. WARNO on Steam STORE.STEAMPOWERED.COM Realistic, immersive, breathtaking. WARNO is the ultimate World War III battle simulator from the masters of strategy, Eugen Systems. A Cold War turns decisively hot as you command hundreds of units on a beautiful and brutal battlefield. Outsmart, outfight, and lead your forces to total victory.
  15. There's a bundle with all 6 games FINAL FANTASY I-VI Bundle on Steam STORE.STEAMPOWERED.COM but it looks like only the first 3 will be released at the end of July and the other 3 will come later. They're based on the originals so they don't include the added content of the GBA versions or the PSP version of IV. The 3D versions of III and IV have been marked as 3D remakes to differentiate them from the new versions and the current versions of V and VI have been marked as Old Ver. with a warning that they'll be removed the day before the new versions of I-III release. In the battle screenshots of I and III which didn't have official character names (the 3D remake of III did but not the original) you can see the generic names they used (SQEX01-04 and SQEX3A-D)
  16. Broken Arrow Is Trying The Whole Modern RTS Thing Again KOTAKU.COM A more serious, tactial take on the RTS is coming to the PC
  17. Also, anime Mirana is in the game now! @Greatoneshere
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