As such, I've found myself clicking my way over to Steam to pick up the new Assassin's Creed 3 DLC, The Tyranny of King Washington Episode 1: The Infamy.
Now if you'll excuse me, I've got shackles to throw off.
At first I acknowledged my in-game avatar, demon lord of the depths Baal-Abaddon, only with the intended smirks and half-laughs warranted by his dialog.
But in time I came to feel a kinship with him as we braved Impire's clumsy micromanagement in search of hard-won glory.
Blizzard unexpectedly canceled its annual show last year to focus on actually making games, much to the chagrin of purple-painted night elves everywhere.
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Read More » I love the generosity of many indie developers. The latest in this trend of giving devs is Arcen Games, the team behind A Valley Without Wind. If you remember one of those, you remember them both, because they're the same game, just renamed after some legal disputes with Blizzard.
As of today, they've launched A Valley Without Wind 2, and are giving it away for free to anyone who purchased the first game. Even if you don't, you may be excited to know that an early version of the "MMO-style RPG" mod for Star Craft 2 is out on Battle.net, as Kotaku reports.
Preorder Warfighter, get access to the BF4 beta, the deal went.
Seven months later, it appears we're finally about to learn more about the next installment in the shooter franchise, because EA and DICE are now showing off Battlefield 4 behind closed doors and an official reveal appears imminent.
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