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Coming Soon 09/2017

We survived the heat and summer games drought, and I guess we will endure this autumn. Fortunately for every gamer, the ninth month opens the hunting season for some of the most anticipated games this year.Do you smell the autumn? Neither do I - video games still do not offer an olfactory experience. But in autumn, we feel the stampede of games. Six sports simulations arrive this month, and we can add to them the seventh, racing game Project CARS 2.This month will be special for exclusive games - PC platform counts significant Divinity: Original Sin II and Total War: WARHAMMER

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Pirate game Sea of ​​Thieves will be able to run on low end pc

Co-operative pirate adventure Sea of Thieves on PC will bring players some visual display options we're not used to seeing right now in this age.Microsoft's exclusive Sea of Thieves next year will shine on a PC with 4K resolution and 60 frames per second. But the Rare development team has some unexpected news for those who do not have a 4K screen and can't even run 60 fps on YouTube. Sea of Thieves will be especially configurable for very weak computer configurations, in other words, you can probably run it on your grandma's PC (if for some reason your grandma owns

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Retro Dose #25 - Monster Rancher

Here's a game that many do not know, and could be liked by Pokemon fans. Plus, something very interesting happens when you eject a disc during the game. Lesson from Gaming History, People!Do not let your name frighten you, I know that this "Monster" part might sound awful for some but Monster Rancher is slightly more inclined to Pokemon, but unlike the RPG genre, this is actually a simulation of life and concern about various "animals".As it has gained 17 extensions and iterations for almost two decades, I will only hold the first one that Tecmo released in 1997 for PSX.

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BRINK is now free on Steam

A fast-forgotten multiplayer shooter from 2011 has become completely free to play on Steam.The multiplayer shooter genre is so crowded that even some expensive projects fail to be dominant in the market. An example of this is Bethesda's shooter called BRINK, which came out in 2011 and was forgotten the same year. Why do I mention it now? Well, Brink is not completely forgotten and there may still be hope for him.When I say free it means that it has switched to a free-to-play model and will be free to play until further notice. The good news is that (yet) it

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Retro Dose #24 - Sanitarium

Todays Retro Dose leads us to the madness of an old point'n'click psychic horror, Sanitarium.Sanitarium, besides being brutally bizarre and somewhat morbid back in 1998, it was also an unusual combination of psychological horror in shoes of a point and click PC adventure. The game begins with a character you are playing - Max, who is on the verge of some revolutionary discovery, but because he was running home so he can tell it to his wife (and us players) he has a traffic accident that ends in a coma. What follows is awakening in a mysterious asylum without any memory

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Quake Champions is coming this month, in Early Access

Bethesda announced that Quake Champions is coming out of the closed beta testing phase to the paid beta test phase.Steam's Early Access game model has favored numerous independent developers who have managed to finance their projects by selling alpha versions. However, big companies have also seen the additional benefits although they do not lack in budgeting for games. Early Access has come as an additional argument for the preorder, as well as a good opportunity to test the game. Sometimes companies paid players to test their games before going out and now it's the other way - players pay companies for

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Retro Dose #23 - Desperados : Wanted Dead or Alive

In today's Retro Dose, we take the law into our own hands so that Desperados reminds us of who in the Wild West was the chief sheriff in the city.We all  once played cowboys and indians when we were kids, but I already see somebody down in the comments immediately jump to tell me how he was not. Anyway, because that is not really what I want to remember today, but a strategic game of the classic spaghetti western that we played in 2001 on the PC. Much like the legendary Commandos, some may even say a shameless copy - Desperados:

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Biosupremacy review

First of all, I don't like this game so if you wanted to hear good stuff about Biosupremacy you will probably be disappointed. So lets start.In BioSupremacy, you play as the last remnant of an archaic alien civilization. A multidimensional being has recovered some ancient DNA allowing him to create powerful creatures that now roam the universe looking to dominate every planet on sight. Your duty is to stop them before they take control of the entire universe! Sounds fun? It isn't.I started the game for the first time - waited 15 minutes for it to load which is unforgivable since

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Retro Dose #22 - Aladdin

This time in Retro Dose we will not try to avoid the hellish heat but we will meet it with a great retro title - Aladdin for the Sega Genesis.For some time, players have known that titles based on current movies should be avoided, but that has not always been the case. One of the titles found in this situation was Disney's feature-length Aladdin who, with his movie premiere in 1992, delighted the big and small audience. Thus, the process of adapting popular slots to the growing media of video games was an opportunity that could not be missed.In 1993, from

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Miner Meltdown Review

Miner Meltdown (Developed and published by Mighty Pebble Games Inc) has left Early Access on the 2nd of August and after playing this game for awhile with my friends I think it's time to finally review it.Miner Meltdown is a 2D team-based online competitive multiplayer game. Players must scour the map for minerals, upgrade their gear, and attempt to blow up the opposing team all the while avoiding monsters, traps, and environmental pitfalls along the way. Maybe it sounds like a copy-pasted concept but actually this game is really unique - I've never played something like it. It's strangely addicting and