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Runic Games discusses some of its post-launch plans for Torchlight 2, and shares thoughts on pricing and piracy. Read more

Capcom's being pleasing chatty about PC editions of its games lately. Following word that work on Resident Evil 6's PC port could only begin after it was finished on consoles, comes news that it's outsourced the PC version of Ninja Theory's DmC Devil May Cry and it'll be released later than its console siblings. Read more

Love it, loathe it, kind of like it, think it's a bit naff, or have no real opinion, you must admire that Magic: The Gathering has been around for 19 years now but still manages to stay fresh with new expansions and an ever-changing metagame. With the cardboard incarnation's 'Return to Ravinca' expansion block drawing near, the digital version Duels of the Planeswalkers 2013 has received a small expansion of its own, with new DLC teasing the new set. Read more

The author of the controversial Osama bin Laden book has apparently done unauthorized consulting work on the upcoming Medal of Honor. Read more

by Andrew Yoon, shacknews.com, Sep 19, 2012 4:00PM PDT

Like the original Borderlands before it, Borderlands 2 will have a number of lengthy DLC expansions. The first may be coming from The Workshop, developers of the recently-released PlayStation Move game, Sorcery. Read more

Resident Evil 6's PC version is coming well after the consoles, and Capcom says the move is intentional to have a solid codebase and avoid port issues. Read more

Because Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 is a Treyarch game, it was bound to have a zombies mode. And here's a first look. Read more

by Andrew Yoon, shacknews.com, Sep 19, 2012 11:00AM PDT

If you're hankering for s'more Darksiders, you're in luck. THQ has announced that the first DLC pack for Darksiders 2 will be available to download next week on PlayStation Network, Xbox Live, and PC. Read more

BioWare had been testing higher capacity servers= with the thought of consolidation, but they finally made it live over the weekend, moving players from low population realms to ones that will hold much larger numbers. Read more

Part of the lure of Kickstarter for developers is that they're free from the demands of publishers, able to make whatever they want, however they want, for as long as they want, and own everything they do. Publishers, unsurprisingly, may want in on this crowd-funding lark. Obsidian Entertainment, now riding high on its own smash-hit Kickstarter, has said that several publishers had approached Obsidian to front a campaign then join up with them to publish it. Read more