The latest Humble Weekly Bundle offers a pay-what-you-want collection of PC games that feature full motion video (FMV), recalling an era in which live-action footage played a major role in the games industry.
Rise of the Tomb Raider, the recently released follow-up to Crystal Dynamics' fantastic 2013 reboot of the action/adventure series, will come to PC in "January 2016," according to a quietly launched Steam page.
A remastered version of Acclaim's Nintendo 64-era first-person shooter Turok: Dinosaur Hunter will launch for PC platforms via Steam, GOG.com, and the Humble Store this week, publisher Night Dive Studios confirmed.
A recently released localization of Japanese visual novel Clannad briefly unseated Activision's multi-million dollar epic Call of Duty: Black Ops III from the Steam sales charts this week, showing a growing western interest in the genre.
Overkill Software producer Almir Listo has issued an apology for Payday 2's sudden shift toward a microtransaction-driven revenue model, admitting that "we screwed up" and promising that "we will do our best to improve as soon as possible."
Square Enix's RPG-inspired beat-'em-up Dragon Quest Heroes is coming to PC platforms via Steam by the end of the year, and players eager to join the brawl can purchase the game prior to its release at a discount for a limited time.