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  1. After months of rumors and speculation, Valve finally unveiled its laptop gaming PC named Steam Deck. It is an AMD-powered device in the same shape as a Nintendo Switch and with the same price range. When the pre-orders started, the cheapest variant cost 419 euros. But while Nintendo seems to be increasing its profit margin, it seems that Valve is best able to recoup the costs - Gabe Newell calls the pricing "painful" in an interview with IGN. Sony and Microsoft also sell their gaming machines at a loss, hoping to gain it on the game sales, but Newell believes that Valve does not have such a calculation. Instead, they are more interested in seeing the effect of this type of device on the entire ecosystem of PC gaming, in the long run. Of course he hopes that they will sell millions of Steam Deck but, Valve can also afford to take these kind of chances. IGN was also among the first in the world to test a prototype of the Steam Deck and you can hear their first thoughts, mixed with interviews with Valve people, below.
  2. Yep, Orcs Must Die 3 is coming! "Orcs Must Die! 3 ushers orc-slaying mayhem to a previously unimaginable scale. All new War Scenarios pit players and their friends against the largest orc armies ever assembled. Mountable War Machines give players the essential firepower to heave, stab, carbonize, and disarticulate the abominable intruders. Orcs Must Die! 3 is the long-awaited successor in the award-winning Orcs Must Die! series. War Scenarios All new War Scenarios deliver on the promise of massive scale invasions first set out in Orcs Must Die!. Confront overwhelming armies of orcs on the battlefields surrounding the castles. Thin out waves of orcs hundreds strong before they breach the walls and crash through your rift! New Traps & Weapons New insane traps and powerful weapons make vanquishing Orcs even more entertaining than before. Pick Orcs off the ground with the Gravity Well or slice through an entire wave with the Sawblade Launcher traps! Take advantage of the new Arcane Staff to rain magic down on enemies all around you! With dozens of new weapons and traps never seen before in the Orcs Must Die! series, there are plenty of new ways for you to dismember the Orc army. New Story Play through a brand new story set 20 years after Orcs Must Die! 2, where the War Mage and Sorceress have rebuilt the order and trained young new apprentices. Extra Game Modes Orcs Must Die! 3 is packed full of alternative game modes to play! Once you’ve fended off the horde in the campaign stories, you can head over to Weekly Challenges and face off against custom-made scenarios put together by Robot designers! Take on Endless mode to see how long you can last and if you can top the leaderboards! If you’re looking for variety on every level, check out the new Scramble mode for Orcs that come on random maps with debuffs to make it harder! Release Date: July 23rd, 2021"
  3. Chucklefish attended on Future Games Show to showcase Starmancer. It is a pixelated and charming game which has been in a playable beta stage since the end of March. Soon, however, it's time for a more proper early access release, and it's happening on August 5 on Steam. As players, we shoulder the role of an AI whose mission is to build a space station to ensure humanity's survival after a catastrophe on Earth. We can create a utopia where everything is peace and joy or invest in a more dictatorial direction. If you expose the poor people to too many horrors, it can lead to mutiny. They will also remember horrific events - such as seeing a dead body - and even gossip about it to others. However, the threat from within is not the only one, because the space station can also be invaded from outside by aliens. In addition to polished floors and agriculture, traps must therefore also be built and people equipped with weapons. A couple of dead people is nothing to worry about, because it is always possible to clone new ones.
  4. Airplane Mode has just been released on Steam and lets you experience six hours of economy-class flying. Yes, in real time. Completely in line with the budget option economy class, the game with only two flights will take will take you into the skies in a tight seat and random events. There is the aforementioned six-hour route from JFK International Airport in New York to Reykjavik. Anyone who thinks it's a lot can instead fly from JFK to Halifax in Canada. It takes two hours. Delays, turbulence, screaming kids and poor wi-fi are among the random events. To entertain you, there is the airline's own magazine (sudoku!), Paper, pen, headphones and a screen where you can watch "30s film successes" and see if "are not there yet"?. You can also enjoy the food served in plastic trays... The game have not received good reviews on Steam, but then again, it's a economy flight class simulator, and who is enjoying economy class?
  5. There are several signs that Marvel's Avengers has not become the success that probably both Crystal Dynamics and Square Enix had expected, and that of course adds to it when it is a so-called live service game that requires constant activity. We do not know how it goes to the consoles, but data is available for the PC. As TheGamer points out, after examining Steam statistics, it appears that fewer likes this new adventure than, for example, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided when it was new, a game that was also considered a small flop at launch. Deus Ex: Mankind Divided had a peak of 52,485 players around the launch in 2016, this while Marvel's Avengers "only" reached 31,165 players at its peak. However, Crystal Dynamics seems to have a lot going on for the game, so hopefully it can still pick up in the near future.
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