Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Steam

Square Enix authorizes Deus Ex – Revision mod, on Steam for free

Deus Ex (PC) Mod Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Square Enix is celebrating Deus Ex’s 15th anniversary with a fan-created mod for the original Deus Ex. Released in 2000 by Caustic Creative, Revision updates the environments and the soundtrack. As the original is required, Deus Ex: Game of the Year Edition (and Deus Ex: Human Revolution – Director’s Cut) is available on Steam for 80% off as part of a promo that begins today and runs through October 16. Revision is also available to download for free through Steam.


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Brigador hitting Steam Early Access early, launching October 16

Brigador (PC) Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Stellar Jockeys’ mech-blasting action title Brigador will be debuting on Steam Early Access next week, on October 16. Launching four days early, the Early Access version will feature six playable characters, nine levels, 18 weapons, and destructible environments. No longer escaping from Solo Nobre, players will now lead one of three factions in a fight to control the city.


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Final Fantasy V now available for Windows PC, Amazon Fire TV

Final Fantasy V (Android, iOS, PC) Steam Announcement - Screenshot 1

Square Enix has released Final Fantasy V for PC via Steam. The latest version features improved graphics, with new material provided by character designer Kazuko Shibuya, optimized controls, and extra content from the 2006 Game Boy Advance re-release. Carried over from the handheld version are a new dungeon, The Sealed Temple, and an optional boss, Enuo. Steam achievements and trading cards are also supported. Additionally, Final Fantasy V and VI are now compatible with Amazon Fire TV. Everyone who purchased the games through Amazon’s Appstore can download the compatibility update for free.


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Sci-fi horror adventure Soma now available for PC, PS4

Soma (PC, PS4) Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Amnesia developer Frictional Games’ latest sci-fi, horror-tinged adventure, Soma, is now available for PC and PS4. As a newcomer to the isolated underwater facility Pathos-II, players must investigate what’s caused the carnage they find as they explore bloody hallways and encounter sentient machines. The launch trailer offers a glimpse at what seems like a System Shock-esque nightmare, and what creative director Thomas Grip hopes proves to be a “creepy and provocative experience” for players.


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Cave to make Steam debut with Mushihimesama for PC

Mushihimesama (PC) Steam Announcement - Screenshot 2

Famed shooter developer Cave will be making their Steam debut this winter with Mushihimesama. The vertical shooter, originally released overseas in arcades and Xbox 360, follows the princess Reco on her quest to find a cure for her people. Players must guide her through five stages of bullet hell to reach Shinju Forest in order to secure the help of the God of the Koju, large insectoid creatures that roam the land. In addition to Arcade Mode, the game will also include Arrange Mode, with different enemy positions and shot patterns, Novice Mode, online leaderboard, support for downloadable replays, and an extra remixed version of the game, Mushihimesama 1.5.


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Dark Souls III to launch next April, new gameplay video, screens up

Dark Souls 3 (PC, PS4, Xbox One) Release Date Announcement - Screenshot 1

FromSoftware’s next entry in the Souls line will launch next April, according to Bandai Namco. Dark Souls III, scheduled to ship for PC, PS4, and Xbox One, will task players with trekking through a new realm to learn its mysteries as they battle the Lords of Cinder. Skills will also be introduced, which will add attack modifiers to each weapon type that can result in anything from enemies being knocked out of guard to more powerful swings. A new gameplay trailer and screenshots were also released, check them out below.


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Project X Zone 2 dated for Feb. 16, new characters, screens released

Project X Zone 2 (3DS) Release Date Announcement - Screenshot 1

Bandai Namco has announced that Project X Zone 2 will be launching on February 16. Alongside the release date, several characters were also revealed. Joining the roster of the crossover turn-based strategy game are June Milliam from Star Gladiator and Captain Commando, courtesy of Capcom; Leanne, Vashyron, and Zephyr from Resonance of Fate and the one and only Segata Sanshiro, courtesy of Sega; and Heihachi Mishima from Tekken. New screenshots for the latest additions can be found below.



Smite launches on Steam, Ultimate God Pack on sale

Smite (PC, Xbox One) PC Steam Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Hi-Rez’s mythology-themed MOBA Smite is now available on Steam. Up until the recent final launch of the Xbox One version, the free-to-play title had been downloadable through a proprietary service. The Steam version supports integration with the current infrastructure, so both communities can queue and play together. No migration is needed for those who prefer playing their titles through Steam, as the game is account based, and all that is required is players to log in with their username. To celebrate the release, Hi-Rez is selling the Ultimate God Pack, which includes all current and future gods, for the reduced price of $19.99 until September 13.


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RE0, RE1 getting physical release in Resident Evil Origins Collection

Resident Evil Origins Collection (PS4, Xbox One) Announcement - Screenshot 1

Resident Evil Origins Collection will bring the recently released Resident Evil HD and an upgraded Resident Evil 0 to store shelves next year. Scheduled to launch on January 19, the $39.99 set will be available for PS4 and Xbox One, while Resident Evil 0 will be sold separately digitally around the same time for $19.99 for PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One. Capcom also revealed Wesker Mode for Resident Evil 0, which will feature fellow S.T.A.R.S. member Rebecca Chambers, with Wesker taking on the role of Bill Coen with a new look and new abilities. Twenty screenshots as well as two trailers have also gone live, one introducing the package and the other detailing Wesker Mode.


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Evoland 2: A Slight Case of Spacetime Continuum Disorder out for PC

Evoland 2 A Slight Case of Spacetime Continuum Disorder (PC) Release Date Announcement - Screenshot 5

Shiro Games is set to once again take gamers through an era-spanning adventure in Evoland 2: A Slight Case of Spacetime Continuum Disorder. Things are a little difference this time around, as players will not only advance through console generations but also genres, as elements of shooters, platformers, brawlers, and more make their way into the time-traveling tale. The game’s beleaguered hero will experience these shifts as he jumps around timelines in order to prevent his bleak future from becoming a reality.


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