Good news everyone: Death Rally is now available for download now on Steam. It’s been redesigned for PC, has fully optimized camera controls, improved career mode, new weapon combinations, Steam Achievements, controller support, up to six person multiplayer, and more. Go get it here for $8.49 till August 10, after which it will run you $9.99. The game will also be made for retail purchase soon.
The E3 demo for Far Cry 5 showed a nice slice of everything we’ll be doing in the game, but today’s video is even better.
Not to be outplayed by other publishers at gamescom, Activision has dropped the launch trailer for Destiny 2 16 days ahead of the actual launch.
Fe, the indie platformer from EA Originals, gets a lovely new gamescom trailer, Switch version confirmed
Fe, the EA Originals title the publisher unveiled at E3 last year, has resurfaced once again at this year’s gamescom.
Nordic Games has announced that they will be teaming up with Alan Wake developer Remedy Entertainment to release a PC boxed version of its upcoming top down racer remake, Death Rally.
Death Rally arrives this week on PC via Steam, and to get you pumped, Remedy has released Part 3 of the “How Do You Prepare” video series. Hint: you’re not prepared. At least we’re not. Players will be able to play in in career and multiplayer modes, and if you’re not the PC type, it’s […]
You have until the end of this weekend to grab Alan Wake off the Xbox Store or Steam, because it will be pulled come Monday, May 15. This goes for physical editions of the game too.
Max Payne, Alan Wake developer Remedy working on a new cinematic third-person game for PC, PS4, Xbox One
Remedy has signed a publishing deal with 505 Games for the studio’s next multiplatform game.