The song. The visuals. Oh goodness, the blood. This is awesome.
A taste of the new Carmageddon's car physics. According to Stephen Rushbrook of Stainless Games, the suspension is "entirely physics-driven—you can rip off the tires, the wheels, hub, drive shafts, wishbones independently, and what's left will still work. Ripped-off parts will spin, hinge and flex as you'd expect."
Good news, everyone: Carmageddon, the classic and highly violent crash racing series, is finally back. Its newest game, Reincarnation, is heading to Steam Early Access next year. However, not all fans are happy.
Growing up, classic board game Risk was always a favorite. It has made the leap to Xbox Live with barfing cats. But does Risk need barfing cats?
After a highly-successful run on Xbox Live Arcade, the collectible card game craze visits Steam with the PC version of Magic: the Gathering - Duels of the Planeswalkers.
Stainless Games' colorful candy take on the classic strategy game RISK gets even stranger today, as the developer reveals the third faction joining humans and cats in the battle for global domination: Robots.