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Dota 2’s patch 6.82, named Rekindling Soul, changes everything
Are you bored of the current Dota 2 meta? Well, the newest patch will change damn near everything.
Microsoft attempting to buy Mojang, according to Wall Street Journal
If accurate, I imagine this would end up being a bigger deal in consoleland than on PC, but the Wall Street Journal seem moderately convinced that Microsoft are going to buy Mojang.
GeForce 340.52 WHQL Driver released – SHIELD Tablet gets GameStream
Nvidia has pushed out the new GeForce 340.52 WHQL Driver which cones with extras for the new SHIELD Tablet.
Divinity: Original Sin – Starting Guide, Hints and Tips for Cyseal
It’s no secret that Divinity: Original Sin is getting the highly prestigious IncGamers seal of “this is a bloody great game,” as well as similar accolades from the many, many players keeping it atop Steam’s best seller list.
GeForce 340.43 beta drivers with Battlefield: Hardline improvements released
The GeForce 340.43 beta drivers have been released offering a couple of “Game Ready” improvements for PC gamers.
IncGamers Podcast #150
In honour of our 150th episode, the podcast team has an in-depth discussion about crisp flavours (that’s “chip flavors” for anybody listening in America.) That happens right near the end though, so first you have to sit through a lot of fascinating PC game related chat.
Dota 2’s New Bloom Festival adding new hero, Random Ability Draft, hero changes
Okay, so Valve have finally lifted the curtain on a lot of what the New Bloom Festival patch for Dota 2 will include.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance needs some Kickstarter cash
Kingdom Come: Deliverance was announced towards the end of last year, but it seems the game is going to require a little more money to get Act One (said to be 30+ hours) out of the door.
Candy Jam pokes fun at King.com’s trademark trolling
Update: According to the LA Times, King does not have the trademark for ‘Candy’ in the US.
Wolfenstein: The New Order screenshots show Nazis, firepower, smiles
In addition to all that stuff with The Elder Scrolls Online and some The Evil Within screenshots, Bethesda have released four screens for Wolfenstein: The New Order.
When I was presented with BetaDwarf’s Forced I wasn’t quite sure what to make of it.
A Beginner’s Guide to Dota 2 – Part Three: Items
The Heroes – Part 1
The Heroes – Part 2
Clothes make the man, or so they say, and while that’s not strictly true in Dota 2 – both because lots of the heroes aren’t “men” so much as they are “floating radioactive lizard-penises” or “spirits of vengeance bound to this plane by pure rage”, and because the actual clothing options are entirely cosmetic – it’s certainly true that your items have a big impact on how well you’ll do.
Dishonored’s Brigmore Witches DLC to feature at QuakeCon 2013
Like me, you may be waiting on the conclusion of Daud’s tale from the latest Dishonored DLC.
Top Steam Games 10-16 June
Looking through the top Steam games for the past week it appears E3 may have had an impact on some of the top titles including The Witcher 2, although it was also discounted this week.
The Sony press conference was a masterclass of misdirection
The internet appears to have decided that Sony has won E3, if not this round of the console war, based solely on their press conference.
Football Manager 2013 back on top of charts
Football Manager 2013 is hack on top in the UK PC charts for week ending 11 May 2013 rising one place from last week.
SimCity still on top in UK PC chart
The UK PC charts for week ending 20 April reveal that SimCity holds the top spot for another week.
No more Skyrim DLC, as Bethesda team moves to “next major project”
An update on the Bethesda blog from the development team working on Skyrim reveals that after a year and a half working on updates and DLC for the game, the studio is moving on to it’s “next major project.” That project has been in pre-production for a while, but is now said to require the attentions of a full team of people.