Those who purchased the Minecraft Xbox 360 Edition Halloween Skin Pack helped raise $770,448 which was donated to four charities. The charities are: Block by Block, SANDS Lothians, Child’s Play, and Macmillan Cancer Support. The pack was available through November 26 on XBL Arcade.
Ahead of the next update, Rainbow Six Siege is getting a free to play weekend on all platforms. New information on the Blood Orchid expansion was also announced today.
The PC version of Final Fantasy 15 will take up quite a bit of space on your hard drive, according to early specs, but who cares as long as mods are supported, right?
Techland Publishing has unveiled God’s Trigger, a top-down shooter that lets you violently take down enemies working for the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.
Block By Block
Minecraft will be used in an initiative called Block by Block, encouraging young people to offer suggestions on how to rebuild local environments.
Desert Bus for Hope 10 has kicked off – watch folks play a desperately dull and tedious game for charity
The 10th annual run of Desert Bus has kicked off and you can help the poor folks playing this very, very dull game by making donations to Child’s Play.
Child’s Play, the charity raising funds for hospitals and other health organisations around the world has raised a record $7.6 million in 2013.
Macmillan Cancer Support