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The Deadly Tower of Monsters to launch at 33% off for PS Plus, Steam

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Ace Team’s upcoming action title The Deadly Tower of Monsters is receiving a two-week price drop. The promo will run from launch until February 2, with PS Plus subscribers and Steam users receiving a discount of 33 percent. A permanent bonus was also announced for Steam users, the Scarlet Nova digital calendar.

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Rise of the Tomb Raider to launch online for PC on January 28

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PC gamers itching to raid some tombs are in luck as Square Enix has announced that Rise of the Tomb Raider will be hitting Windows 10 later this month, on January 28. The PC version is being co-developed with Nixxes Software, and for those with the rigs, will support 4K resolution. The download-only release will be available in three versions: standard for $59.99, Digital Deluxe edition (with Season Pass) for $89.99, and Collector’s Edition (with Season Pass, 12-inch Lara Croft statue, replica of Lara’s journal and necklace, and steel case) for $149.99 from Square Enix’s online store.

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Ashdar kicks off Stars in Shadow’s Steam Greenlight campaign

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Stars in Shadow, a new 4X strategy title from indie studio Ashdar Games, has begun its Steam Greenlight campaign. In it, players will be able to control everything from individual ships to entire fleets in turn-based combat, with a design that is said to be fast paced with minimal micromanagement but still large in scope. In addition to more hands-on combat, there is a shift in planet management, as now, instead of managing build chains, races are chosen to change the worlds as they inhabit them. The general flow of the game remains the same, however, as players begin with a single planet and use their resources to colonize worlds, research technologies, and build up their armed forces.

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Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition out for Linux, Mac, SteamOS

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Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition has been released for Linux, Mac, and SteamOS. The expanded version adds a number new modes, quests, spells, weapons, and classes, including support for splitscreen co-op. Steam is currently offering a discount of 33% off to entice newcomers.

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Degica to bring Deathsmiles to PC via Steam in 2016

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Another Cave shooter is heading to PC courtesy of Degica. The Xbox 360 shooter Deathsmiles is the latest making its way to Steam, following last month’s release of Mushihimesama, and is set to hit the service next spring. The bullet-hell-style shooter will feature six modes, six playable angels, two-player local co-op support, and a nonlinear progression system.

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Meet the vile, high-tech inhabitants of The Deadly Tower of Monsters

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Atlus has released a new trailer highlighting the goofy fiends in Ace Team’s The Deadly Tower of Monsters. Inspired by older, and in some cases some might say cheap, sci-fi films, the monsters are designed after a time when practical effects ruled cinema. Big Blob, Lizard Man, and Pipe Worm are just a few of the top-tier villains awaiting in the tower.

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Turok returns to PC, gussied up and ready to kill more dinosaurs

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Night Dive Studios has released Turok for PC. Originally released in 1997, Turok: Dinosaur Hunter made its mark as the Nintendo 64’s inaugural first-person shooter and a tie-in to the revamped comic line. The remastered version updates the game for modern systems, with improved menus, customization options, updated graphics, support for controllers and keyboard binding, and a restructured engine that is said to capture “the look and feel of the original while also supporting today’s technology.” The Steam version also supports achievements and trading cards.

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The Banner Saga heading to PS4 and Xbox One in January

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Stoic has announced that they will be releasing their tactical role-playing title The Banner Saga for PS4 and Xbox One on January 12. As the leader of band of Vikings, players must guide their people through a variety of hazards that range from precarious paths to roaming wild beasts. The choices made during the trek, from how the group responds to other factions to actions during combat, affect the storyline.

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King’s Quest: Rubble Without a Cause on PSN, tomorrow Live, Steam

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Graham gets his crown today with the release of King’s Quest – Chapter 2: Rubble Without a Cause for PS3 and PS4. The follow-up to A Knight to Remember finds Graham being booted out of his newly acquired kingdom by a band of goblins. In the process of regaining the throne, he must free the people of Daventry from the horde and save his friends from A Knight to Remember. PC and Xbox gamers can download the game tomorrow.

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Go freefalling in new The Deadly Tower of Monsters trailer, screens

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Atlus has officially launched the full website for Ace Team’s upcoming action title (in spppaaaacceee-accee-acce-ace) Full Deadly Tower of Monsters. A new trailer and screens were also released revealing that Dick Starspeed, Scarlet Nova, and Robot will not only ascend a tower packed with B-movie-styled baddies but also—wait for it—descend it. Freefalling doesn’t just save time, as it can also net players special rewards as well as access to secret areas. The characters can still die, so be sure to use those boosters.

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