Get multiplayer brawler Knight Club for free

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Get multiplayer brawler Knight Club for free

Knight Club is a 2-4 player platform brawler playable online or locally, initially available to Humble Monthly subscribers but about to be made freely available to everyone. The trailer above gives a pretty good idea of what it's about, but here's developers Gutter Arcade have to say:

The Walking Dead's Story Builder lets you re-make all your tough decisions before Final Season

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The Walking Dead's Story Builder lets you re-make all your tough decisions before Final Season

Telltale's The Walking Dead: The Final Season is out in just 10 days, and should pull together all those harrowing decisions you've made over the previous three seasons. But what if you're not happy with some of your choices, or want to see what the world would be like if you'd acted differently? What if you've lost your previous saves, and therefore your decisions won't carry over? Fear not, because a new tool called the Story Builder gives you a do-over—and you'll be able to import your new timeline into The Final Season when it's out. Neat.

Flash Sales are returning to Steam, according to a report

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Flash Sales are returning to Steam, according to a report

Steam sales used to be very different. In addition to a standard price cut throughout any given sale, some games would have temporary mega-discounts called Flash Sales. For example, a game might be 50% off for a whole two weeks, but 80% off for a 12-hour chunk of that. Valve did away with them in 2016, but a new report suggests they'll make a return soon in a slightly altered format.

Slow-burning sci-fi adventure HEVN gets September release date

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Slow-burning sci-fi adventure HEVN gets September release date

Joe enjoyed the two-hour demo he played of HEVN, a slow-paced sci-fi game about exploring the faraway planet of Naic, comparing it to both Soma and Event[0]. That was more than a year ago, just before its release was delayed indefinitely. Developer Miga has spent the intervening 12 months fiddling with "the game's mechanics, story, balancing and pacing, as well as the overall look and feel", and has now slapped a new release date on it: September 7.

Five months after its woeful PC port, Chrono Trigger receives its final patch

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Five months after its woeful PC port, Chrono Trigger receives its final patch

When the PC port of Chrono Trigger came out in February, it made one of the best-loved RPGs of the past 25 years look like a shoddy mobile game. Wonky controls, a fiddly UI and a strange pixel smoothing filter had fans incensed, prompting Square Enix to release a series of major patches to set it right. The fifth and final one arrived yesterday, and—judging by Steam reviews—the game is finally where it should've been in the first place.