Russian Subway Dogs, the game about Russian subway dogs, launches August 2

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Russian Subway Dogs, the game about Russian subway dogs, launches August 2

According to an ABC News report from 2010, homeless dogs in Moscow have figured out how to use the city's labyrinthine subway system. And that doesn't mean they've simply figured out how to board and alight subways – even cats can do that. No, these clever pups reportedly travel to the quieter suburbs to sleep, before trekking into the more populous areas by day to feed. They know what they're doing, in other words. Clever mongrels.

This new fighting game wants to fill the void of Super Smash Bros. on PC

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This new fighting game wants to fill the void of Super Smash Bros. on PC

Fighting games like Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat have found comfy homes on PC, and even Soul Calibur is making the jump in its next installment. But we're still lacking in platform fighters like Nintendo's Super Smash Bros., though Smash Bros. itself can of course be played on an emulator. Games like Brawlhalla have captured some of the same magic (and are plenty fun in their own right), but I reckon there's still a space for another great platform fighter. DimensionsVS, an upcoming free-to-play fighting game unashamedly styled after Smash, wants to fill that space. 

For the first time, Square Enix is releasing a game on Steam exclusively in Japanese

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For the first time, Square Enix is releasing a game on Steam exclusively in Japanese

The last few years have shown that Square Enix is devoted to the PC, releasing nearly the entire Final Fantasy back catalog and new JRPGs like Final Fantasy 15 and Dragon Quest 11 that would've once been console exclusives. Now, in what may be a sign that Japan's PC audience is growing, Square Enix is taking a first step: releasing a game on Steam exclusively in Japanese. SaGa Scarlet Grace is launching on Steam on August 1st, side-by-side with its console versions.