Daily Archives: October 17, 2012

Hostage Negotiation Pack to launch on October 30 for Max Payne 3

Max Payne 3 (360, PC, PS3) Hostage Negotiation Pack DLC Release Announcement - Screenshot 1

Max Payne 3’s DLC plans are back on track, and Rockstar has announced that the Hostage Negotiation Pack will launch on October 30. The drop will include four new multiplayer maps repurposed from the single-player campaign (Club Moderno, Estádio Do …

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DLC, PC News, PlayStation 3 News, Xbox 360 News

Viking: Battle for Asgard enhanced for PC, launches on Steam

Viking: Battle for Asgard (360, PC, PS3) PC Steam Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Sega has announced that Hardlight Studios’ updated PC version of Viking: Battle for Asgard is now available on Steam. The Creative Assembly’s 2008 action title, originally released for 360 and PS3, pits players and their allies against the demonic forces of Hel, goddess of the dead and daughter of Loki. The PC version includes Steam integration, improved lighting and shadowing, ambient occlusion, anti-aliasing, gamepad support, and remappable keyboard-and-mouse controls.

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PC News

Forza Horizon Season Pass, Rally Expansion Pack detailed

Forza Horizon (360) Rally DLC Announcement - Header

With Forza Horizon launching next week, Turn 10 Studios has announced the game’s first downloadable content drop, the Forza Horizon Rally Expansion Pack. The expansion will add off-road rally racing with new surface types, co-driver calls, and rally-tuned cars. In addition, full details of the Season Pass, which includes the Rally Expansion and all subsequent DLC packs, have been released and included below.

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DLC, Xbox 360 News

Unity of Command launches on Steam, getting Red Turn DLC soon

Unity of Command (PC) Steam Launch and DLC Announcement - Screenshot 1

The charming Unity of Command has launched on Steam. Gamers who haven’t had a chance to try out this simple but addictive turn-based title will not only be able to score it at a new reduced price of $19.99, but for the first week, they will be able to download it for $14.99—an additional 25% off. The announcement coincides with the reveal that the game’s first DLC pack is nearing completion, Red Turn: The Road to Berlin 1943-45.

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DLC, PC News