2,500 more DOS games added to the Internet Archive

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2,500 more DOS games added to the Internet Archive

The Internet Archive has been building a growing collection of old PC games over the years, with a batch of DOS games added in 2015, and Windows 3.1 games in 2016—all of them playable in your browser. This month another update has hit the collection, and now 2,500 more games (often with their manuals) have been preserved for the ages.

League of Legends digital card game announced because why not

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League of Legends digital card game announced because why not

The leaks were true: League of Legends is getting a spin-off digital card game called Legends of Runeterra. Though rumors were spreading earlier today, Riot Games officially announced the game during its tenth anniversary celebration livestream as part of a sweeping look at the past, present, and future of League of Legends.

Riot Games just announced a new competitive first-person shooter

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Riot Games just announced a new competitive first-person shooter

Riot Games has announced it has an online first-person shooter in development codenamed ‘Project A’. The project is in-development by a new team within Riot Games, and it isn't related to League of Legends, either. This is the first time Riot Games has ever developed a game outside of the League of Legends universe.

Control's photo mode arrives tomorrow

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Control's photo mode arrives tomorrow

I finally finished Control last night and even though I'm still trying to process what the hell actually happened, I feel confident saying that if Remedy wants to just go ahead and make more Control games for the rest of time, that's perfectly fine with me. For now, though, it's continuing to work on the original game, an ongoing process that will bring us the addition of a photo mode in a free update coming tomorrow.