I have no idea what a “Fisticle” is, but I do know what “Iron” is. It’s how hard Iron Fisticle‘s level of challenge is. With no difficulty to choose from, the game can often be intimidating. But it’s dastardly fun, and a project over four years in the making. It shares similarities with other arena shooters of past and present, but this monster-themed shooter stands out with the inclusion of co-op and a visually appealing palette.
CheapShark makes looking for the best deals in PC gaming easy. You can compare all the digital stores to find what you’re looking for in one easy spot. Deals are running all the time, and it’s entirely possible you could miss that one you’ve been holding out for. Let’s learn a bit more about them.
Humble Bundle, best known for its two week, pay-what-you-want video game bundles, launched the Humble Store today. The Humble Store starts with a selection of our favorite games with new titles arriving daily. Ten percent of Humble Store proceeds go to select charities including the American Red Cross, Child’s Play, and the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
The Humble Store is a permanent addition to the website that will have many more games than could ever fit in a Humble Bundle. That means more opportunities for Humble customers to find great games at great prices while supporting charity.
“I am extremely excited by the Humble Store because I think it expands Humble Bundle’s ability to be useful to game developers and gamers while supporting great causes,” said John Graham, Co-Founder and COO of Humble Bundle.
“We’re proud to have Don’t Starve in the new Humble Store Debut Sale,” said Jamie Cheng, founder of Klei Entertainment Inc. “Humble has consistently been a terrific partner to work with.”
The Humble Store Debut Sale launches today with the store featuring nine discounted games: Don’t Starve, Prison Architect, Rogue Legacy, Euro Truck Simulator 2, Natural Selection II, The Swapper, Chivalry: Medieval Warfare, Orcs Must Die! 2, and Gunpoint. The store will feature newly added games every day as we build the store throughout the Debut Sale.
It’s time to step back into the darkness. Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs, the follow-up to the genre-defining horror game, Amnesia: The Dark Descent, is now available for pre-order with a 20-percent discount.
The year is 1899. Wealthy industrialist Oswald Mandus has returned home from a disastrous expedition to Mexico, which has ended in tragedy. Wracked by fever, haunted by dreams of a dark machine, he recovers consciousness in his own bed, with no idea of how much time has passed since his last memory. As he struggles to his feet, somewhere beneath him, an engine splutters, coughs, roars into life…
From the creators of Amnesia: The Dark Descent and Dear Esther comes a new first-person horror game that will drag you to the depths of greed, power and madness. It will bury its snout into your ribs and it will eat your heart. Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs is survival–horror at its most unsettling; helpless and alone, no weapons to soothe your nerves, and the dim light of your lantern to offer any comfort.
For Windows, Mac, and Linux, Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs is available for $15.99 ($19.99 regularly) at these digital distributors:
Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs’ narrative-driven horror, free of combat and complex puzzles, instead encourages players to entrench themselves in the world, be consumed by its ambiance, and run for their lives. More info: