Megaton Rainfall will finally get VR support on PC next month

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Megaton Rainfall will finally get VR support on PC next month

Megaton Rainfall was one of the sleeper hits of 2017, and a quick glance at some gameplay footage is enough to understand why. You play as an "indestructible interdimensional superbeing" who can fly at roughly a billion miles per hour, around a planet that is roughly the size of the real planet Earth. Along the way you'll encounter procedurally generated cities harried by massive alien vessels. Naturally, you must destroy these aliens, though the city will likely suffer a lot of collateral damage, too.

Finally, a Skyrim mod that lets you ride Mecha Godzilla

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Finally, a Skyrim mod that lets you ride Mecha Godzilla

In 2015, modder gg77 created a Skyrim mod which let players shapeshift into creatures other than werewolves, like werebears and werebats and also Godzilla. Ordinary things like that. But what if you want to, say, ride Godzilla instead of become him? To tower over your foes in the afternoon but still be able to fit through a doorway in the evening? More importantly, what if you want to ride Mecha Godzilla, who is a mech and therefore better than regular Godzilla? Well, now there's a mod for that too, also courtesy of gg77: it's called Godzilla and Company, and it adds not one, but three kaiju mounts to Skyrim. 

Rocket League loot box odds revealed

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Rocket League loot box odds revealed

After a year overflowing with loot box and pay-to-win controversies, loot boxes are now steadily being phased out, with many studios adopting battle pass-style business models, outright removing loot boxes from their games, or disclosing the odds of their loot boxes to maintain transparency. Rocket League developer Psyonix joined the latter group earlier today: the math behind Rocket League's loot crates is now out in the wild thanks to a recent blog post. Here's how they break down:  

Playdek and GMT Games partnering to bring popular Labyrinth, COIN wargames to digital

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Playdek and GMT Games partnering to bring popular Labyrinth, COIN wargames to digital

Playdek and GMT Games have announced today that they’re initiating a long term partnership to bring GMT’s catalogue of strategy and wargames to digital platforms. The two companies previously partnered on the digital adaptation of hit cold war strategy game Twilight Struggle. The first announced games are the ambitiously-subtitled Labyrinth: The War on Terror, 2001-? and Imperial Struggle, the mechanical successor to Twilight Struggle. Beyond that, games from GMT’s popular COunterINsurgencies (COIN) series will be adapted. GMT has said it's narrowed the choice of which game will be adapted down to two, but it's not ready to announce which just yet.