Torchlight has enjoyed some success with its first game on PC many years ago and its sequel released in 2012. With the advancement of mobile development, its time for Torchlight to make its way to the mobile scene. However this is no mere port of the original PC game, but rather a new adventure optimized for mobile platforms. There have been hack and slash games put on mobile (iOS, Android) before, but maybe Torchlight can breathe some breath into that genre.
The Witcher 3 gets a new free DLC quest this week. You can enjoy the new side-quest Where The Cat and Wolf Play...
DIRT Rally, the from out of nowhere latest release of the DIRT franchise on Steam, has received a new update. The Tarmac Terrors update (version v.0.5) adds plenty of free new content.
- 2 new rally stages based at Baumholder in Germany
- Owners Club Online Events – A second DiRT Daily where you compete in your own car
- A second weekly event where we’ll be experimenting and throwing new challenges at you
- 5 new rally cars featuring new Group B RWD & Kit Car Classes
- Opel Kadett GT/E 16v
- Opel Manta 400
- Lancia 037 Evo 2
- Seat Ibiza Kitcar
- Peugeot 306 Maxi
- New calibration and options screens in “Advanced Wheel Settings” (added in v.0.4.5)
If you just missed out on buying an Xbox One with a free game last week, the Microsoft Store is giving you a second chance. Microsoft is offering the 1TB Xbox One with Halo: The Master Chief Collection, Assassin's Creed: Unity, a free game of your choice, AND a $50 microsoftstore.com promo code. That's three free games and a nice $50 credit on top of all that. A great deal for $399.
Maybe the first casualty of Microsoft's purchase of Mojang might be Scrolls. If you're not familiar with Scrolls, its a PC card and strategy game where you play to build up powerful decks, similar to Cards and Castles. Today Mojang announced that they would no longer be developing any more major content for the game. Game balancing will continued to be looked at and Scrolls is still available to purchase at the moment. The developers say the cause of the game (essentially) ending is that Scrolls "reached a point where it can no longer sustain continuous development". The servers will run to at least July 1st, 2016 with all future proceeds going towards keeping the game playable as long as possible. With Microsoft owning Mojang, they certainly have the funds to help support Scrolls or give considerable advertisement.
If you're curious to know how the "remaster" of sorts for Darksiders 2 is going, you can take a look at the screenshot above. The Deathinitive Edition will feature better lighting and shadows, reworking and tuned game balancing and loot distribution, and all the DLC that has been released.
Get ready for another mobile puzzle game as Pokemon Shuffle breaks its way from the Nintendo 3DS and onto mobile platforms. This looks to be a rather straight port from the 3DS version, which is a free download on the Nintendo eShop. Get ready to catch them all!