The Steam monster continues its rampage on our wallets as we press forward to day seven of Valve’s Summer Camp Sale event. The deals are plentiful, and with this year’s dry summer release schedule, Valve is making it hard to make digital purchases in moderation. Just look at the deals! Today’s featured items include Batman: Arkham Asylum for $7.49, Left 4 Dead 2 for $4.99, Grand Theft Auto IV: Complete Edition for $9.99, Far Cry 2 for $4.99, Lost Planet 2 for $19.99, The Sims 3 for $13.60, Prototype for $14.99, Gothic 4 for $12.49, Jamestown for $4.99, and The Killing Floor for $4.99...
Great love triangles of our time: the frog, the zombie and us. Oh, how we long to marry both, but society’s cruel rules forbid it. Also, there’s no space for two wives on the character screen. Damn it. This is a strategy-RPG in the mould of Heroes of Might & Magic, with a simple structure – perform quests, build armies, kill other armies – that still manages to be consistently surprising.
Eastern Europe continues to be a fertile spawning ground for reverential games inspired by genre legends. The original King’s Bounty was the precursor to the Heroes of Might & Magic series, and, like those classics, this new Russian-made game is primarily focused on tactical, turn-based combat on hexagonal battlefields. Addictive combat is clearly the primary appeal of this genre, but King’s Bounty: The Legend is aiming to
Russian publisher 1C recently announced plans to launch an attack on the West with a massive collection of new titles. Partnering with Atari, 1C hopes to serve the West's insatiable appetite for games with a wide selection of titles ranging from fresh first-person shooters to big rig truck simulators and medieval warfare titles. Read on for our impressions on their nine new titles and follow the links for new screens and trailers. Cryostasis: This first-person shooter places you aboard an