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Prime Gaming’s February free games haul includes five indie darlings

Another month, another round of goodies about to drop into Amazon’s Prime Gaming. The subscription’s February offerings have now been announced, and – alongside various in-game content for multiplayer games like Apex Legends and Fall Guys – there are five new indie games joining Prime Gaming’s roster when the new month arrives. Among these five …

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Rocket League adds new accessibility features after new arena causes seizures

Rocket League’s new arena, Neon Fields, is a cyberpunk-themed pitch that features lots of neon-on-black colours and flashing lights. Unfortunately, after its launch last month, some players reported experiencing epileptic seizures due to the intensity of the visual effects – and there’s so far been no way to remove the map from the pool. Fortunately, …

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Don’t Starve developer “will retain autonomy” as Tencent buys majority stake

Klei Entertainment, the developer of Don’t Starve, says Tencent buying a majority stake won’t change a whole lot for the studio. The indie game makers will “retain full autonomy” amid the new ownership. In a post on Klei’s official forum, founder and CEO Jamie Cheng confirmed the news, then reassured everyone that for the most part, everything …

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Truck Simulator devs try to not offend anyone during COVID-19 cargo event, do not succeed

A new event is underway in both American Truck Simulator and Euro Truck Simulator 2 called Hauling Hope: a series of challenging missions in which you’ll attempt to safely deliver COVID-19 vaccines to various destinations. Despite an announcement broadly implying that these vaccines are a positive thing, developer SCS Software has been strangely cordial toward …

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Shadow of Mordor’s servers have shut down, but the final update means you can keep playing

Yesterday marked the end of an era for Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor. The action-adventure game’s online servers shut down January 12, and for many games, that’s the end of the line – once the servers are off, there’s no more game. That’s not the case with Shadow of Mordor, however: thanks to a final update, you’ll …

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Microsoft Flight Simulator VR Now Working On Linux Thanks To Proton Experimental

Even if you firmly believe that Windows is, without a doubt, the singular best OS possible for PC players (regardless of their iffy tactics during the Windows 10 launch that forced multiple people to upgrade out of their stable OS’s) it’s still difficult to state directly that Windows has a couple of sore points throughout …

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