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by Alice O'Connor,, Oct 5, 2012 11:30AM PDT

The weekend brings some wonderful, wonderful PC download sales, which you would do well to avail yourself of. Bargains include Battlefield 3 for $10.00, Spec Ops: The Line for $7.49, Skyrim for $27.00, Dawnguard for $13.97, Defcon for 37¢, Legend of Grimrock for $7.49, both Alan Wake games for $19.99, and Saints Row: The Third for $9.99. A number of fine bundles are on offer too. Read more

by Andrew Yoon,, Oct 5, 2012 7:30AM PDT

Amanita Design's award-winning adventure game is finally making its way to PS3. Read more

Retro City Rampage, Vblank Entertainment's 8-bit take on open-world crime games, will be available on October 9. Hey, that's next week! It will be available for $14.99 on PS3, Vita, and PC. Read more

Runic Games CEO Max Schaefer told Shacker Mark "warcrow" DeSanto that the company will make Torchlight 3, but with a "twist." Read more

by Steve Watts,, Oct 4, 2012 3:00PM PDT

Human Head Studios has lost a large amount of its senior staff over the past year, as the fate of its projects like Prey 2 and Rune seem uncertain. Read more

Ubisoft continues to keep its marketing and video teams busy with yet another trailer for Assassin's Creed 3, this one entitled an Assassin's Journey and taking a bit more of an in-depth look at Connor's Native American background. Read more

Blizzard has released the latest sales figures for the new World of Warcraft expansion, Mists of Pandaria, and while they are solid numbers for most games, the debut of the Pandarens was not a huge success by company standards. Sales were 2.7 million for the first week, down from 3.3 million on the first day of Cataclysm in 2010, and 2.8 million in the first 24 hours of Wrath of the Lich King in 2008. Read more

The next multiplayer DLC pack for Mass Effect 3 is the largest one yet. And surprisingly, it's still free. Read more

by Steve Watts,, Oct 4, 2012 9:00AM PDT

XCOM: Enemy Unknown is out next week, and 2K has released a new launch trailer to mark the event. Read more

The highly anticipated Dishonored has been touted by Bethesda as a "play it your way" RPG with plenty of options to accomplish the numerous objectives the developer Arkane Studios throws at you during the game. And to illustrate that point, the publisher has released a new interactive "Path to Revenge" video letting you choose your path through a good chunk of one of the game's early missions. Read more