Age of Empires IV announced!

Holy shit Age of Empires IV has just been announced by Microsoft at Gamescom. That's not all! Relic Entertainment is developing the game with them (Company of Heroes, Dawn of War RTS series). Check out the launch trailer below. Here is what Microsoft said: At gamescom 2017, we celebrated the 20-year anniversary of the Age of Empires franchise, shared some exciting news on Age of Empires: Definitive Edition and announced our plans for a brand-new title – Age of Empires IV. In case you missed it, the full broadcast is available to watch online, with our top news listed below. Trailer on YouTube: Source:


The European Commission will examine the legality of regional blocks on Steam

The European Commission is going to take a look at region blocks on Steam. Can we count on non-region blocked games in the future? We all do realize that regionally blocked games are cheaper in certain regions and that's OK I guess but, according to The European Commission, Valve is breaking the laws of fair trade between the European Union's countries. I think I have sent a letter to them around 2012-2013 and even did a petition (like that ever works haha... but at least they've responded and also here) but all of my letters from back in the day were basically ignored saying that Valve can do whatever they can. It seems that now they've got a lot of requests from different countries and finally decided to do something about it which is really good for us. But Steam is not all because companies like Bandai Namco, Capcom or others are also on gunpoint because they enforce those region blocks on Steam. The whole case just started but Valve is obviously going to do something about it, question is are we going to like it or not? I will keep you posted about this issue and post more about it in the future.

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G2A to start selling bundles as one-time purchase or as a yearly subscription in 2017

G2A is going to sell bundles of really cool game titles at low prices in early 2017, you can either subscribe to, or make a one-time purchase in order to receive game bundles of carefully selected triple A and indie game titles for an amazing price. So basically what Humble Store already does with their monthly subscription. Although the official name for these bundles is still a secret, we can already tell you what to expect – and that is a lot. Each bundle will contain a few game titles. These games will be specifically and carefully selected every month, and will include well known triple A titles, as well as hand-picked indie games. Each new month means a new bundle – full of different specially selected games. G2A will give you full disclosure about what games are included in these bundles before you buy them. This is not a random key offer – this is knowing exactly what you are paying for, but getting it for a phenomenal price. We cannot reveal the exact cost yet. Customers will be able to get the bundle either as a one-time purchase, or as a yearly subscription. Stay tuned for more information in 2017,…


Steam: Mobile app update coming in early 2017

According to various media around the globe Valve Software is currently working on it's Steam mobile app. It appears that in early 2017 you will be able to watch streams of some sort of video materials on your mobile device - documentaries, tutorials, full length movies and even TV shows. Steam video library keeps on expanding, over the last few months they have added a lot of videos to the library, although it's limited by region it's still pretty impressive. Would you be using Steam instead of services like Netflix or HBO?


Lord of The Rings sale on GameFly!

Save 66% on several titles including the below titles: The Lord of the Rings: War in the North LEGO: The Lord of the Rings LEGO The Hobbit Guardians of Middle-earth Guardians of Middle-earth: Mithril Edition Guardians of Middle-earth: Smaug's Treasure Guardians of Middle-earth: The Company of Dwarves Bundle Guardians of Middle-earth: The Warrior Bundle Guardians of Middle-earth: The Striker Bundle Guardians of Middle-earth: The Defender Bundle Guardians of Middle-earth: The Tactician Bundle Guardians of Middle-earth: The Enchanter Bundle Additional voucher for 15% off: UKSEP15OFF


Windows…10? Yeah, WTF?

Download the Windows 10 Preview build by going here - should be available in 24 hours!!! Microsoft decided to skip a number and call it Windows 10. No idea what's happening, more info here! :D The ISO with a beta might be available today!!!


Steam: In-home streaming now in open beta

Want to stream games from your desktop PC to a living room PC while sitting on a couch? Now you can! Remember this is still a beta though so don’t expect wonders. Valve has improved Steam in-home, here’s the latest changelog: Added an intro dialog the first time you start streaming a game Show a dialog if the game needs cloud sync resolution before starting Improved D3D asynchronous capture performance Improved OpenGL asynchronous capture performance Fixed slow system reporting for Fast and Balanced settings Fixed several causes of infinite latency when client is too slow Fixed client crash changing resolution with software decoding Increased precision for refresh rate and capture framerate Reduced latency when streaming at the client refresh rate Revamped architecture to support many more games and improve responsiveness Fixed black screen when encoding with Intel QuickSync on Intel HD 3000 Added mouse emulation mode for controllers, toggled with Guide+A Added hardware accelerated encoding via Intel QuickSync Added a speed vs quality preference setting Unlimited bandwidth has been increased to 100 Mbit for those who want to live on the edge OpenGL games are now scaled correctly during capture In-home streaming works for the Windows and Mac Steam clients.…


Happy Egg Day!

Hey guys! I'm back on Tuesday and will post another giveaway - this time from! 5 copies of free indie bundles for you. Have a good time today, cheers!!!


"Free-to-play" misleading advertising in Europe

European Commission meets with devs to improve consumer protections, wants them to stop calling games free if they have in-app purchases. Complaints from consumers who unwittingly purchased in-game upgrades in free-to-play titles have become common enough that the European Commission is taking action on the matter. EC members are meeting with tech companies and national enforcement authorities to go over concerns about consumer protections in the burgeoning market. "Consumers and in particular children need better protection against unexpected costs from in-app purchases," consumer policy commissioner Neven Mimica said in a statement. "National enforcement authorities and the European Commission are discussing with industry how to address this issue which not only causes financial harm to consumers but can also put at stake the credibility of this very promising market. Coming up with concrete solutions as soon as possible will be a win-win for all." The Consumer Protection Cooperation and EC member states have released a list of common positions on the subject, with misleading advertising at the top. "The use of the word 'free' (or similar unequivocal terms) as such, and without any appropriate qualifications, should only be allowed for games which are indeed free in their entirety, or in other…


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