Microsoft’s Digital Distribution service and PC game brand recently relaunched as part of Microsoft’s new push into PC gaming. The Games for Windows brand first launched in 2006 alongside Windows Vista, with a download service and client launching in ‘08. It’s garnered a bit of a bad rap amongst gamers for high prices, limited library… Continue reading Games for Windows: A Work in Progress
The Doctor Who Adventure Games are now available for purchase in the US on Direct2Drive. $4.95 for a bundle of both games, currently on sale for $3.70. Which is a steal. You can read our review of Blood of The Cybermen here DWAG @ Direct2Drive
Digital Distribution platform Steam is once again looking out for it’s customers. This time warning of the perils of sharks and summer sun, and helping you out by introducing great summer sales to give you incentive to stay inside.
Good Old Games, purveyor of fine PC classics in cheap DRM free wrappings, may be looking to expand beyond their current PC catalogue. A recent sales email pitches this question at the bottom: Further expanding upon it in the forum post GoG stated “You can choose from: Amiga, Commodore 64, Sega Genesis (Megadrive), Sega Dreamcast,… Continue reading GOG Looking to Expand?