For those that have played Grandia II, which was originally released for the Dreamcast in 2000, you'll no doubt be excited to hear that the game will soon be getting a digital re-release on Steam and GOG.com. In addition to an increase in resolution, Grandia II will also be released with the original Japanese audio, full game-pad support, and new difficulty levels.
With QuakeCon and all you were probably expecting a look back at something like Doom. Or Quake even. But just like the news coming out of that event, this weeks throwback has nothing to do with Quake at all. It's about Paper Mario! And before you roll your eyes at the sheer lack of gibs and buckets of blood in the game, here this. Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door for the GameCube is not only a brilliant turn-based RPG, but it's also one of the funniest games of all time.
A trailer last week for Dying Light highlighted 180 days with the first-person zombie adventure title, and showcased a stack of content still incoming for Techland's smash hit, including a teaser for vehicles. Today, the studio also revealed a full expansion for the game, which we'll learn more about at this year's Gamescom.
The release of a new operating system may not garner the same level of fanfare as a thing built purely for entertainment, but Windows 10 is a pretty big step for Microsoft. From the introduction of a new graphics system with DirectX 12, to a future that will mean everything from PCs to tablets, phones, and even the Xbox One all running on Windows 10, the future of Microsoft is intrinsically tied to Windows 10. Plus, it's free for anyone running either Windows 7 or 8. And its available now.