Thimbleweed Park's 'Ransome Unbeeped' DLC sends in the F-bomb clown

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Thimbleweed Park's 'Ransome Unbeeped' DLC sends in the F-bomb clown

Ransome the Clown is a foul-mouthed character in Thimbleweed Park, the retro-styled point-and-click adventure released last year by Terrible Toybox. Not in a way that will get you kicked out of nice restaurants, though: His way with words is softened in the game through the liberal use of the censor's bleeper every time he speaks. But if you'd prefer to play the game uncensored—Ransome Raw, you might say—then the new "Ransome Unbeeped" DLC could be just what you're looking for. 

Mining horde shooter Deep Rock Galactic comes to Steam

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Mining horde shooter Deep Rock Galactic comes to Steam

Deep Rock Galactic is a co-op horde shooter where you and your friends are all dwarves trying to shoot bugs and mine ore. When we first played it last November, it felt like a tense and innovative horde shooter. When James played it last month, he found it enjoyable but thin, with plenty of room for improvement in its long-planned Steam Early Access campaign. Which is timely enough, because Deep Rock Galactic recently hit Early Access.

Her Story creator's next project, #WarGames, launching this month

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Her Story creator's next project, #WarGames, launching this month

#WarGames is a new interactive story by Her Story creator Sam Barlow. Barlow describes it as a modern-day reimagining of 1983's WarGames, a movie about a young hacker nearly causing World War III. It's slated to debut on March 14 on Eko, a platform built around series that invite viewers to participate in their stories. 

The Division's second anniversary brings Global Events and Twitch rewards

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The Division's second anniversary brings Global Events and Twitch rewards

The Division is rapidly approaching its second anniversary—March 8 is the big day—which isn't bad going for a game we said was doomed to a slow death, but has recently mounted a stirring fightback that made it worth playing again. To celebrate the game's continued existence Ubisoft will hold four Global Events over the course of the month. These introduce modifiers to the game that "spice up your traditional gameplay experience," and offer players rewards including Tokens that can be spent on in-game items and opportunities to pick up coveted Classified Gear.