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Thursday news:


Steam has two daily deals with very big discounts:

On the Humble Store the Watchdogs franchise is on sale, up to 80% off for the next 4 days. The keys are for UPlay: https://www.humblebundle.com/store/promo/watch_dogs-franchise-sale/

At Fanatical, the Fugitive Bundle brings 11 games plus 1 DLC in three tiers of 3, 9 or the 12 products for the next 13 days: https://www.fanatical.com/en/bundle/fugitive-bundle




This mod allows you to play Darksiders 2 in first-person mode as Horseman Strife
Modder “Loki” has released a really cool mod for Darksiders 2 Deathinitive Edition. This mod basically enables a first-person mode and lets you experience the game as horseman Strife (the only horseman for whom we still don’t have a dedicated game).
Now what’s really cool here is that this mod also comes with a FOV modifier. FOV has been adjusted to 80 for this mod, though players can adjust/tweak it to their liking.
Strifesiders 2 also comes with a player damage modifier, enemy damage modifier, the ability to disable the main and secondary weapons and a reload speed modifier. It also updates the evade counter and it changes it from 2 fast, 1 slow to 4 fast, 1 slow.
>> Get it from Nexus Mods.

Garou: Mark of the Wolves Remake in Mugen, available for download, better than the arcade version
YouTube’s ‘Heat Games-Play’ has shared a Mugen remake of one of the best SNK 2D fighting games to date, Garou: Mark of the Wolves. Now what’s really interesting here is that this free Mugen game feels and plays better than the original arcade version, something that will definitely please all SNK fans out there.
This Garou: Mark of the Wolves remake in Mugen features all of the highly detailed animations that SNK created for this game, and – like all Mugen games – comes with some new/extra moves. Not only that, but the game feels like an enhanced version of the original game, and we really have to congratulate its creator for that. All hit reactions and hit-boxes are on point, movement is really smooth and does not appear “weightless,” and the game does not feel like some cheap Mugen recreation.
Given the fact that Garou: Mark of the Wolves is not an abandonware title, we strongly suggest purchasing it from Steam (in case you want to download and play this free Mugen remake).
>> Download this Mugen remake from Mediafire.


Metro Exodus June 19th patch available for download, fixes freezes on alt+tab, addresses game settings issues
4A Games has released a new minor update for Metro Exodus. According to the release notes, the June 19th patch fixes the freezing issues that players experienced when alt+tabbing, and resolves a bug that could prevent the game settings to be saved for some players.

F1 2019 Official PC System Requirements
Codemasters has revealed the official PC system requirements for F1 2019 via its Steam store page. According to the specs, PC gamers will at least need an Intel i3 2130 or an AMD FX4300 with 8GB of RAM and an Nvidia GeForce GTX640 or an AMD HD7750 graphics card.

Beta signups are now open for Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Quarantine
Ubisoft has opened the beta signups for its upcoming Rainbow Six game, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Quarantine. According to the publisher, gamers can signup for updates and the chance to play the game early in all three platforms (PC, Xbox One and PS4).
>> You can do it from its official website.

Quake 2 RTX patch 1.1.0 adds music playback & invert mouse support, tweaks tone mapper and more
Lightspeed Studios has released the first update for the RTX version of id Software’s classic shooter, Quake 2. A lot of players complained about the lack of music in Quake 2 and we are happy to report that Quake 2 RTX version 1.1.0 adds music playback support, thus making it the definitive version of Quake 2.

SAMURAI SHODOWN V SPECIAL is now available on Steam
In order to spark further interest for the upcoming release of Samurai Shodown, SNK Corporation has just released SAMURAI SHODOWN V SPECIAL on Steam. SAMURAI SHODOWN V SPECIAL was the last game made for SNK’s NEOGEO and was originally released in 2004.

New tech video showcases the amazing soft-body physics & car deformation effects of BeamNG.drive
BeamNG has released a brand new tech video, showcasing the amazing soft-body physics engine and car deformation that players can experience in BeamNG.drive. BeamNG.drive is described as an immersive vehicle simulator offering near limitless possibilities to explore driving, stunting, crashing, and customizing vehicles.

Here are 19 minutes of brand new gameplay footage from the Phoenix Point E3 2019 Demo
Snapshot Games has released a video, showing 19 minutes of brand new gameplay footage from the E3 2019 demo of Phoenix Point. Phoenix Point is a turn-based squad tactics game from the creator of X-Com that is currently scheduled for a September 3rd release.

New screenshots released for the first-person dark fantasy shooter, Witchfire
The Astronauts has released five new screenshots for its upcoming first-person dark fantasy shooter, Witchfire. Witchfire is said to be a first-person shooter focused on challenge and mastery, that is being made by eight people, targets a 2020 release and won’t be story-based.

Alpha Protocol publishing rights have returned to Obsidian, game removed from Steam [UPDATE]
Alpha Protocol is a game that a lot of gamers would love to re-experience via a remake or remaster, and yesterday those hopes got to 11 as Valve was asked by SEGA to remove the game from Steam. However, it appears that there isn’t currently any planned remaster for it.
UPDATE: Eurogamer now claims that SEGA still owns the Alpha Protocol IP.
>> SEGA says they've pulled it because the license for the music has expired, something that has happened in the past with other games.

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