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by Enoch Starnes 0
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War's never been so cheap.

The Latest Humble Bundle Offers A Whole Big Thing Of Company Of Heroes

War used to be so expensive.  Back in the day, you had your horses and your swords, each of which were worth upwards of twenty gold coins.  Then, you had your thousand-dollar artillery shells and landmines.  Finally, countries decided they just couldn't get by without dropping a couple million bones on stealth bombers.  It's hard to believe how cheap things are these now in comparison.  For instance, if you were to log onto the Humble Bundle website sometime in the next twelve days, you could basically buy the entirety of World War 2 for ten bucks.

by John Bardinelli 0
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Can't we all just co-op instead?

Friction Builds Between Sven Co-Op Developers and Community

Please stay behind the yellow line. The drama train is pulling into the station. Sven, a co-op mod for the original Half-Life, has been around for just under two decades. Earlier this year the much beloved mod got a free standalone release, an act that, as it turns out, would bring to light controversies building between the community and the development team.

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Same price as four things on McDonald's Dollar Menu

Pick up 2 Copies of Orcs Must Die! 2 for Just 2x2 Dollars

Developer Robot Entertainment is celebrating "Orc Week," a holiday with which I'm wholly unfamiliar but hey, just go with it. During this time, all Orcs Must Die! games are on sale with a whopping 90% off discount. That means you can get Orcs Must Die! 2 for just $1.50, or you can get a two-pack (for you and a friend) of the "Complete" edition (i.e., the game and all DLC) for just $3.99. What savings!

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The game that would not die

What the Fu? A New Shaq-Fu Trailer!

Back in July 2014, Co-Optimus wrote a little story all about a giant basketball player called Shaquille O'Neal who was having a new Shaq-Fu game made.  Fast forward 18 months and nothing was heard about Shaq-Fu: A Legend Reborn until now.  A new trailer for the game has been announced and at this point it feels like it should be known as Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn, Reborn Again.

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Send everyone to their deaths in a brand new historical period!

Total War: Attila Goes Medieval With Charlemagne Expansion

The team down at Creative Assembly must have a grim view on history. They've spent the better part of a decade and a half chronicling mankind's legacy as one giant brawling bloodbath, and probably won't stop until every notable period is steeped in gore. They couldn't handle the gap between the Roman Empire and the Middle Ages being free of strife, so they made Total War: Attila to prove that even in the 5th Century you could still hurl hundreds of dudes to their heavy cavalry-related deaths with relative ambivalence. Now they've closed that gap even further with the announcement of Attila's first expansion: The Age of Charlemagne, out December 10th.

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