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Claim Your Free Copy of Soma on GOG
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Claim Your Free Copy of Soma on GOG

Earlier today we reported that the Epic Games Store was offering a free copy of Super Meat Boy on the PC for a limited time. If you’re still looking for some great video game titles to enjoy this weekend without spending a dime then we got some good news for you. It was recently announced that Soma can be downloaded for free through the GOG marketplace. This will not cost you anything and being GOG you will get a game that is free from DRM. But like other deals of this nature, you won’t be able to download the game whenever. Instead, you will need to download the copy of Soma at least by January 3, 2019, as the game will then be tossed back into the mix of other titles which can be purchased. read more

FromSoftware Has Two New Video Game Projects In Development
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FromSoftware Has Two New Video Game Projects In Development

One development studio, in particular, has confirmed that they have two video game projects in the works at the current moment. From Software is a well-known video game development studio who has brought out several franchises such as the Dark Souls series and Bloodborne. In a recent interview with 4Gamer.net, we are finding out that the developers are working on some exciting new video game titles but we’re unsure just what’s coming down the pipeline yet. read more

Claim A Free Copy of Super Meat Boy On The Epic Games Store
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Claim A Free Copy of Super Meat Boy On The Epic Games Store

Chances are you already know about Super Meat Boy. The video game was a massive success as a platformer when it first came out in 2010. In fact, the game developed by Team Meat was featured in an indie documentary film which leads towards the games initial release called Indie Game: The Movie. While most of us have already played the game, it’s been nearly ten years since it came out which means you might have the urge to pick it back up and enjoy the game once again. Luckily for those who have a PC, the game won’t actually set you back anything for a limited time. read more

Blizzard wants you to link your Twitch and Battle
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Blizzard wants you to link your Twitch and Battle.net accounts to “improve the viewer experience”

Blizzard has announced that it’s testing a new chat moderation system that it hopes will “improve the viewer experience for the Overwatch Path to Pro ecosystem.” This new system requires anyone tuning in to watch the Overwatch Contenders matches on the official Twitch channel to first link their Battle.net account with their Twitch account. read more