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  1. PC players with a hankering for some big stompy robot action are in luck; mech shooter Daemon X Machina has been confirmed as next week's free Epic Games Store game. Daemon X Machina, which originally released as a Switch exclusive back in 2019 before making its way to PC the following year, casts players in the role of mercenaries employed by the Orbital organisation. Crucially, these particular mercenaries have access to huge Arsenal mechs, and each successive missions sees players sliding and zooming across vibrantly hued post-apocalyptic arenas blasting the bolts off enormous robot enemies driven by corrupted AIs. Read more View the full article
  2. Xbox head Phil Spencer has spoken of Microsoft's "desire to keep Call of Duty on PlayStation" following the company's $70BN acquisition of Activision Blizzard earlier this week. In the aftermath of Microsoft's takeover news, many questions remained, not least regarding how the deal would impact platform exclusivity for all of Activision Blizzard's currently multi-platform titles, including the likes of Overwatch and Call of Duty. Read more View the full article
  3. With Steam Deck currently still on track to meet its revised February 2022 release date, there's a lot of work going on behind-the-scenes in preparation for launch, including Valve's extensive drive to rate every game on Steam's compatibility with the highly anticipated portable gaming PC - and the first batch of Steam titles to have received ratings, whether that a fully compatible Verified or otherwise, have now appeared for perusal online. Valve first discussed its Steam Deck Verified initiative back in October, announcing it had started reviewing the entire Steam catalogue to create a new compatibility ratings system - labelling games as either Verified, Playable, Unsupported, and Unknown - that would provide Steam Deck users with a simple means of checking how games will function on their system. Read more View the full article
  4. Steam Input Fixed XINPUT_KEYSTROKE input for Steam Input controllers Fixed an issue where Victrix Pro Fight Sticks could lose input after rebooting the PC Linux Fixed downloads failing on some systems due to max open file descriptors too low SteamNetworkingSockets Fixed a bug with long-running clients such as dedicated servers having P2P connectivity problems due to using an expired certificateView the full article
  5. A lil somethin somethin: You can find the details for this event on the announcement page [url=https://steamcommunity.com/ogg/593110/announcements/detail/3094537058227927839]here[/url].View the full article
  6. A new Steam client has been released and will be automatically downloaded. Steam Input Fixed XINPUT_KEYSTROKE input for Steam Input controllers Fixed an issue where Victrix Pro Fight Sticks could lose input after rebooting the PC Linux Fixed downloads failing on some systems due to max open file descriptors too low SteamNetworkingSockets Fixed a bug with long-running clients such as dedicated servers having P2P connectivity problems due to using an expired certificate View the full article
  7. Life is Strange: Remastered Collection, which gathers together fancied-up versions of the original Life is Strange and its prequel Before the Storm, has been delayed for a second time on Switch and is now expected to arrive "later this year". The Remastered Collection was originally due to launch last September, a mere two weeks after the arrival of the series' latest entry Life is Strange: True Colors, but publisher Square Enix ultimately made the decision to postpone its release into 2022, citing "the ongoing challenges of the worldwide pandemic". Read more View the full article
  8. Shenmue: The Animation - a, yes, animated adaptation of Sega's cult classic 1999 Dreamcast game - finally has a release date and will be down at the docks, eyeing up sailors, from 5th February on Crunchyroll and Adult Swim. A Shenmue anime was initially announced back in September 2020, with Telecom Animation Film (Tower of God, Lupin the Third: Part 5) handling production, and will see original series creator Yu Suzuki on executive producer duties while Chikara Sakurai (One-Punch Man Season 2, Magimoji Rurumo) takes a directorial role. Read more View the full article
  9. Even after many years of playing video games, I still sometimes come across some I don't quite know how to describe. It's an exciting thing, but also deeply inconvenient when part of your job requires you to, well, describe games. Strange Horticulture calls itself a puzzle, but it isn't a puzzle in any way I associate with the word. You are the horticulturist, nameless and mostly voiceless, welcoming patrons into a shop that consists of many shelves of different vibrantly coloured plants and flowers, as well as a desk with a drawer. As a player, you can interact with the desk and its contents, as well as plants, of course. Read more View the full article
  10. A new report has detailed a long-term culture of crunch at TT Games, the developer behind the main Lego series of licensed titles. The article, published by Polygon, also details more recent studio frustrations during the creation of Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga - which today got a final release date after years of delay. Read more View the full article
  11. God of War has been out on PC for a week and already modders are having plenty of fun. This is rapidly becoming the norm as PlayStation exclusive titles head to PC, what with bizarre mods added to Final Fantasy 7 Remake and a VR mode added to Horizon Zero Dawn. Read more View the full article
  12. Hello! The Hitman Trilogy arrives on Game Pass today, so we've gathered up some of our bits and pieces regarding Agent 47. Enjoy! Firstly the reviews, including a bit of Digital Foundry stuff. Read more View the full article
  13. A long time ago, we first heard word of Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga - then due in 2020. Now, at last, it has a final release date: Tuesday 5th April, 2022. As you'd expect, this game adapts the entire nine film Skywalker Saga - yes, sadly, even Rise of Skywalker. Read more View the full article
  14. Ex-Bioware producer Mark Darrah has released a video giving insight into the term "BioWare magic". Darrah, who worked at BioWare for over 20 years including as an executive producer on the Dragon Age series, wants BioWare employees to stop using the term as it promotes "bad process". Read more View the full article
  15. Pokémon Go has disabled the ability for all players to trade creatures with one another, following the discovery of a major bug last night. Around 11pm UK time yesterday evening, a user on top Pokémon Go reddit The Silph Road reported having traded 100 Pokémon with a friend, with all of them turning into Lucky Pokémon. Read more View the full article
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