Console Announcements and Sony’s NYC event


Sony will almost certainly be announce the Playstation 4 this evening in New York. Remind yourself of previous launches to see what they are up against, courtesy of Eurogamer.

Don’t forget, the good folks over there are live streaming the event scheduled for 11pm GMT

Insane THQ Humble Bundle Deal!

Insane THQ Humble Bundle Deal (UPDATED 7th Dec)

Here’s that Humble Bundle again, and this time it’s really amazing. Pay what you want for:
  • Darksiders
  • Metro 2033
  • Red Faction Armageddon
  • Company of Heroes
  • Company of Heroes – Opposing Fronts
  • Company of Heroes – Tales of Valour
  • and if you spend $5.72 or over – Saints Row The Third.
  • UPDATED: Titan Quest has now been added

Available for another 5 or so days

Steam’s Autumn Sale – Updated

Well worth a look if you fancy a bit of cut-price PC Gaming. The titles get updated daily and the sale runs until November 26th. As I type, my highlights would be:

EDIT: Update for today (bold)

  • The Walking Dead – £10.49
  • Darksiders 2 – £11.89
  • Batman Arkham City (GOTY) – £9.99
  • Portal 2 – £3.74
  • Civ 5 – £9.99
  • Max Payne 3 – £7.49
  • Sleeping Dogs – £14.99

Portal 2 for £3.74 is an absolute steel, people!

Take a look for yourself over at Steam

More Humble Bundle for you

The slightly odd named ‘Humble Bundle 4 for Android’ is available now. I say oddly named as all these games will run on Windows, Mac & Linux also.

As always with the Humble Bundles, you pay what you want, and the software is DRM free. For your money, you get:

– Splice
– Eufloria
– Waking Mars
– Crayon Physics Deluxe
– Superborthers: Sword and Sworcery EP

…and if you pay more than $5.97, you’ll also get Machinarium

Check it out here

Like Free Stuff?

So do I. To celebrate 10 Years of Battlefield, EA have put out Battlefield 1942 for free on the PC. Despite being long in the tooth, it’s considered by many to still be the best Battlefield out there. You’ll need a (free) Origin account, and you can download the game right here