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Simulate and explore an entire universe with Everything, now available on Steam

Subscribe to PCGamesN on YouTube From the mind of Mountain creator David OReilly, Everything is one mind-bending game. Rather than simply exploring new planets or galaxies in a procedurally generated universe, Everything allows you to literally become one with that universe. Starting as the smallest sub-atomic particle, Everything has players gradually hopping from object to object, growing in size and changing form until they become everything. If you’re looking to explore giant open worlds, have …

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The best adventure games | PC Gamer

We’ve rummaged through the archives to evaluate the best stories, the most memorable characters, and the most satisfying puzzles on a quest to decide which PC adventure games are the very best. We haven’t strictly defined the genre—we’ve included traditional point-and-clicks as well as new forms—but as a general rule these are exploration, puzzle, and story-driven games that value atmosphere, dialogue, and discovery over action or stats. The bulk of this list was written by …

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Listen to Brian Blessed bellow over this Battle Mode trailer for Micro Machines World Series

Subscribe to PCGamesN on YouTube Announced back in January, Codemasters have finally released some gameplay footage of Micro Machines World Series. Rather than focusing on standard races, this short trailer highlights the game’s Battle Mode, where 12 players vie to be the last tiny vehicle standing. Burn some virtual rubber with our list of the PC’s best racing games. Similar to games like Twisted Metal or Cel Damage, the Battle Mode in World Series has …

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Expeditions: Conquistador is free this weekend, to mark Expeditions: Viking’s April 27 launch

Subscribe to PCGamesN on YouTube Allowing would-be swordbrothers and shieldmaidens to get used to the series’ tactical combat before Expeditions: Viking’s release next Thursday, Logic Artists have announced a free weekend for the first installment in the Expeditions series, Expeditions: Conquistador. While the setting may be different, the core turn-based battling is the same across both Conquistador and Viking. For lovers of history and tactics, give these great PC strategy games a try. Set in …

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‘Roguevania’ Dead Cells comes to Steam Early Access on May 10

Subscribe to PCGamesN on YouTube Hoping to channel elements of the Souls series, Metroidvanias and roguelikes, developer Motion Twin has set a date for the early access launch of Dead Cells. Coming to Steam on May 10, Dead Cells is hoping to make death “the new backtracking” and further develop the ‘roguevania’ genre. See what other PC games are on the horizon with our list of upcoming PC games. Rather than playing as a veteran …

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Bloody up that hockey mask when Friday the 13th: The Game bursts onto Steam on May 26

Subscribe to PCGamesN on YouTube Rising from the depths of Crystal Lake to deliver this announcement, Gun Media and IllFonic have finally announced that Friday the 13th: The Game will be arriving May 26 on Steam. Following some alpha and beta tests, this asymmetrical multiplayer survival horror will soon be ready to scare the living daylights out of digital campers. For scream kings and queens, check out these other terrifying PC horror games. For those …

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N++’s free Ultimate Edition update doubles its level count and adds Hardcore mode

Subscribe to PCGamesN on YouTube Bringing its level count up to a staggering 4340, developer Metanet have just released their Ultimate Edition update for N++ on Steam. This completely free update adds 2170 extra levels, alongside Hardcore mode, additional ninja headbands to wear and more. Check which games are top of the indie mountain with our list of the PC’s best indies. Originally toying with making this sizeable add-on paid DLC, Metanet decided to make …

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Dark Souls 3: The Fires Fades Edition is now available, completing the Dark Souls trilogy

Subscribe to PCGamesN on YouTube Bringing together the base game, along with the Ashes of Ariandel and the Ringed City DLC, Bandai Namco have finally released The Fires Fades Edition of Dark Souls 3. Acting as the definitive version of the grim fantasy RPG, The Fire Fades Edition finally brings the almost six year long Souls saga to a close. For those looking for a life after Dark Souls, check out this list of great …

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AMD: “Fallout 4 VR will be groundbreaking.” HTC: “Not everything starts and ends with Fallout 4”

I’m a bit worried about VR at the moment. After the initial rush of interest and excitement surrounding the first days of the Rift and the arrival of the Vive things have settled into serious lull. The hardware has been around for a year now and there is a wealth of content available across both the Oculus and HTC VR ecosystems, but little of it is really capturing the interest of the wider gaming community.  …

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How Prey 2 became Prey

Prey 2 is finally coming out on May 5, but now it’s just Prey, and it’s seemingly got nothing to do with either the original Prey or the earlier vision for Prey 2, and is this all starting to sound a bit confusing? I’ve certainly said Prey far too many times in an introductory paragraph, and now I’m completely baffled.  Here’s everything we’ve got on the Prey we’ve ended up with. It’s been a decade …

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A Korean political candidate has released two StarCraft maps for their campaign

Subscribe to PCGamesN on YouTube StarCraft went free earlier this week, opening up the classic RTS to a whole new audience. This went live alongside its 1.18 patch, adding Observer mode, windowed modes, and a Popular Maps function to streamline finding games or game types.  Check our list of free PC games for more stuff for nothing.  One of Korea’s presidential candidates is taking advantage of this renewed interest in the game, launching two custom …

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Twitch to launch ‘Affiliates’ programme to help smaller streamers out

If you watch Twitch, you probably know that the Amazon-owned streaming service has a partnership programme. Approved Twitch Partners can use a range of features to monetise their channel – the cheering feature and offering monthly subscriptions, for instance, are both exclusive to partners (and far more profitable than ads). But now, Twitch is offering a stepping stone to partnership for your average struggling streamer. Do you like to watch gameplay before you make a …

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23 year-old game studio grows faster than 100s of startups: they are CD Projekt

Subscribe to PCGamesN on YouTube The Financial Times, that estimable business newspaper, have published a table of Europe’s 1000 fastest-growing companies. Pirouetting in amongst the tech startups and Internet media consultancies are Witcher developers CD Projekt, which is a bit of a surprise for a 20-year-old games developer. The Witcher III deservedly claims a place on our list of the best RPGs on PC. CD Projekt are ranked #66 in the list. From 2012-15, their …

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Lucio Ball in winter: Overwatch’s seasonal events may become custom games in the future

Subscribe to PCGamesN on YouTube Overwatch’s special events have, generally speaking, gone down a storm with the game’s community, with last summer’s Lucio Ball being a particular highlight. Sadly, if you fancy a quick match right now, you can’t have one. There’s a chance that might change, though. What else is coming in the future? Here’s our crystal ball: our guide to what’s next for Overwatch. Responding to an enquiry about the subject on the …

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Health packs coming to Overwatch custom games, elimination sudden death to be tweaked

Subscribe to PCGamesN on YouTube Blizzard are planning to add the option to enable or disable health packs in custom game, including in its recently-added elimination mode, in which they are currently disabled (to the annoyance of some in the community). The ‘sudden death’ mechanic in elimination, which currently incentivises a losing team to run away or hide to claim a draw, will also be looked at to redress this behaviour. We’ve scoured the forums …

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