John Wick's one-man war has once again taken him to Fortnite's island, this time accompanied by a new temporary mode, Wick's Bounty, free rewards and a skin and sledgehammer set that you can buy in the shop.
It's a multiplayer FPS filled with rocket launchers and bombs, but in an odd twist no one actually dies. Rather than blasting an enemy into chunks of flesh and gouts of blood, the rockets and bombs knock simply players around, launch them into the air, and blast them out of the arena. It's about as non-violent as you can imagine a game called Rocket Arena to be. I played it a few rounds at an event in Los Angeles this week, and it's a lot of fun.
Total War: Three Kingdoms might be a colossal strategy game about fighting over China and determining the fate of thousands of warriors, but it's also about making pals. You've gotta find yourself some heroic buddies to watch your back and people to support you. Watch the Lui Bei launch trailer and learn all about the power of friendship.
The Epic Games Store is hosting its first big sale today, running until June 13. The store's catalogue has been reduced by up to 75 percent, and every game you purchase that's over £14/$15 will have an additional £10/$10 knocked off the price.
Great Artists Steal is a hand-drawn platformer with stages full of reproductions of famous paintings, all of them created by Glasgow-based artist SCR1BBLE. As a tiny thief—a human-shaped doodle—you'll have to leap from frame to frame, avoiding inky enemies and loose paintings, all in an effort to nab a masterpiece.
Konami's resurrection of classic Castlevania games is poised to hit Steam today, though there's still no page for it yet. The eight games are drawn from the earliest adventures, starting with the original Castlevania and going up to Bloodlines. Give your memory a refresh with the trailer.
Mable and the Wood's titular adventurer has been resurrected by a cult and tasked with murdering her way through a world infested by monsters in an attempt to save it. There's just one pretty significant problem: Mable can't even carry her big, magical sword. That's where the monsters can unwittingly lend a hand.
One of the best things about PC gaming is the freedom of choice it offers compared to gaming on consoles. Obviously, you can choose the components that go into your PC and the operating system you run it on, but you can also select where to purchase digital copies of your games. You can buy direct from the likes of Steam or the Epic store if you like, but you can also venture beyond those storefronts and shop around for cheaper deals on many other sites.
The Steam Link app is now available for iOS, almost a year after it was first rejected by Apple. Already available on Android, the app allows users to stream their Steam library to Apple devices including iPhone, iPad and Apple TV "via 5Ghz network or wired Ethernet to a host computer running Steam".