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IncGamers readers express cautious optimism for Total War: Warhammer
Our most recent poll aimed to get a sense of how Total War fans felt about the confirmation of Total War: Warhammer; results were mixed, but indicated general optimism.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 trailer and info splurge released
Here we are then, the annual Call of Duty reveal-o-thon; this year in the guise of Treyarch’s Black Ops 3.
Cities: Skylines CityCopter mod now lets you fly a chopper
Get to the chopper! You really can get to the chopper in Cties: Skylines thanks to this new mod.
Gabe Newell answers questions about Steam paid mods
Gabe says Valve “pissed off the Internet” and decides to answer questions and explain what they are doing now with the Steam paid mods feature.
Dota 2 landscape changing this year, starting next week
A brief rundown of what’s new: the International Compendium will launch next week alongside a new balance patch, and Valve will be sponsoring three more major tournaments a year in the hopes of making Dota 2 a bit more professional and stable.
Skyrim’s ‘Art of the Catch’ mod highlights major flaws in Valve’s system
If you need a case study in the chaos Valve has unleashed on the Skyrim modding scene with its new payment system, ‘Art of the Catch’ by users Chesko and Aqqh is a prime example.
Marvel Heroes update adds new Avengers: Age of Ultron content
Gazillion go Avengers mad with this latest content update which includes a new playable character.
Nvidia’s new Witcher 3 video has a lot to say about hair
Like most of the big-name games these days, the PC version of The Witcher 3 will have special FPS-murdering options for those using Nvidia cards.
Steam Workshop paid mod backlash begins: should modders be compensated?
Skyrim modders can now make cash from their creations, but not everyone is happy about it.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 trailer teases cyborg super-soldiers
Honestly, you take your eyes off the military-industrial complex for one second and they go ahead and build some cyborg super-soldiers.
Skyrim mod makers can now make money on the Steam Workshop
Valve already have paid Steam Workshop mod support on some of their own titles, but are now rolling that out to third-party titles.
Batman: Arkham Knight flexes its beefy PC bat-specs
Nvidia’s GeForce site has put up some minimum, recommended and “my PC is a supercomputer” specs for Batman: Arkham Knight, giving an early idea about how it may run on your own box.
Elite: Dangerous outlines Powerplay’s galactic power structure
After teasing it for the past couple of weeks, Frontier has now outlined the meaty chunks at the heart of its forthcoming Elite: Dangerous ‘Powerplay’ update.