Cube Escape dodges the end of the Flash era with a new collection on Steam

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Cube Escape dodges the end of the Flash era with a new collection on Steam

Cube Escape is a collection of small, bizarre point-and-click puzzle adventures, heavily inspired by the Twin Peaks television series, that very loosely follows detective Dale Vandermeer as he investigates a woman's murder. The first game in the series, Cube Escape: The Lake, debuted in 2015, and it and most of the others are Flash-based games, which is going to become a problem at the end of the year when Adobe and browser developers drop Flash support.

League of Legends supergroup K/DA drops their debut EP on November 6

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League of Legends supergroup K/DA drops their debut EP on November 6

Riot Games scored a surprise hit in 2018 with Pop/Stars, a K-Pop song released by the League of Legends pretend supergroup K/DA. Today it unveiled the last of collaborators who will be taking part in the upcoming EP followup All Out, which will feature five new tracks including the August pre-release single The Baddest.

Phil Spencer says $7.5 billion Bethesda purchase 'works' even if it doesn't release games on PlayStation

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Phil Spencer says $7.5 billion Bethesda purchase 'works' even if it doesn't release games on PlayStation

One of the big questions that arose in the immediate aftermath of Microsoft's acquisition of Bethesda—number three in our top five—was whether the studio's future games would be released on PlayStation platforms. Keeping Fallout 5 or The Elder Scrolls 6 off of Sony consoles would mean a lot of lost game sales, but it could also have a major impact on Microsoft's bigger plans: If you love Bethesda's open world RPGs, and they're only available on Xbox, it's probably going to be a factor when it comes time to decide where to spend your money.

Marvel's Avengers Kate Bishop DLC delayed, but players are getting some free stuff

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Marvel's Avengers Kate Bishop DLC delayed, but players are getting some free stuff

Marvel's Avengers has been losing players at an almost-alarming rate since going live in early September. As Fraser noted last week, it's not necessarily a sign of imminent trouble, but it is getting a little trickier to put teams together for multiplayer missions, and that's not great. Developer Crystal Dynamics said that it was confident players will return, however, "as we add exciting new late-game content and demonstrate that we continue to be focused on improving the game."