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MY SUMMER CAR is the ultimate car owning, building, fixing, tuning, maintenance AND permadeath life survival simulator. You start the game with hundreds of loose parts and assemble both car and engine. Not only you need to maintain your car, but yourself as well. Sausages, beer and sleeping will do just fine.

If everything goes well, you have a working car which you can use for various 1990's Finnish countryside summer activities. Basically doing various stupid things under influence of alcohol. After you have gathered extra money from various random jobs, you can start to tune and upgrade the car with parts orderer via snail mail. You can turn the car into a obnoxious bass-boom disco machine.... or into a rally car to participate rally competitions... or just fix it into perfect factory condition. Of course car also needs to pass the inspection or you might get into trouble with police.


Not only you have access to one car, but also several other cars and vehicles which you can use. (Mostly useful to get groceries and for towing the project car from some ditch, again).

Warning, this game is not for fainted heart. Severe car fever is required to play this properly due to it's autistic approach on car building.

  • Full car assembly with over hundred parts
  • Detailed driving and engine simulation
  • Various other vehicles, cars and boat to use and drive
  • Dozens of kilometers worth of dirt and paved roads with AI traffic
  • Random paying jobs to cover food, beverage and fuel expenses
  • Rally events to participate in
  • Permanent death
  • 90's Finnish summer!
  • Support for steering wheel and shifter controllers
  • Much, much more!


Jos kyseisen pelin kenties joku päivä haluaa Steamissa nähdä, niin vihreätä valoa projektille pääsee antamaan tuolta…


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Harmi että tämä peli ei juuri itsessään kiinnosta meikäläistä.


Vaikuttais tuo Olympilaisten kunniaksi tehty pläjäys tuossa ihan hauskalta jopa.. tulee hitusen mieleen Rocket League eikä ihan väkääkään…  mitä nyt autot ja aseet jne… olennaisena ”pienenä” erona mut kuiteskin…


Overwatch Olympic Games Rio loot boxes spotted with limited edition skins


Olympiakuume iski Overwatchiin







Alkaa pikkuhiljalleen näyttämään parin sellaisen legendaarisen pelin risteytykseltä kuin (4D Sports Driving) Stunts & Trackmania ..mikä on kieltämättä jo saavutus sinänsä !


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Ensitestissä monipuolinen ja uudistunut Sid Meier’s Civilization VI


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Uutinen: Rocket League heittäytyy taas hullummaksi uudella ilmaisella pelitilalla

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Batman: Arkham VR trailer is all about what it's like to wear the cowl








The Witcher 3: Complete Edition won't let you carry over your standard edition save


"The save files on consoles won't be compatible between different game versions (GOTY vs regular version) as they are treated by systems as separate products," CD Projekt RED community lead Marcin Momot posted on the developer's forums. "This is something that's not up to us. Sorry."


The Complete Edition will also have its own Achievements and Trophies, so if you're a glutton for punishment and want to grind out those awards and prove yourself the true master of the Northern Realms, go for it.

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Super Blood Hockey

"The golden age of 8-bit sports is back!"
A game by Loren Lemcke

Super Blood Hockey is a revival of classic 8-bit era sports games, with a dash of ultra-violence, powered by a modern 2D physics engine. Experience a retro pixel aesthetic in combination with fast paced, violent hockey action featuring both single player and multiplayer modes of gameplay. Create, customize and manage your own team in career mode. Challenge your friends to a match and relive the glory days of retro sports games!

Coming to PC/Steam in 2016!


What do you have planned for the game?

I have the following planned*:

  • Individual player names, stats, bio’s, performance. E.g. a pool of unique players
  • Different performance attributes, abilities, and such for different sized players (skinny, average, large)
  • Career Mode: Create and manage your own custom team, and follow their progress throughout multiple seasons and tournaments.
  • Multiplayer: Online mulitplayer, take your custom team online and play others.
  • Full suite of Stats, for both players and teams.
  • Instant replays
  • More Teams, rinks, and other stuff
  • Injuries
  • Plus your ideas! You should tell me what you want to see in the game!

*Not limited to, nor guaranteed (because plans change sometimes).



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Digital Foundry: Hands-on with DriveClub VR
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Free-to-play, multiplayer gambling RPG Prominence Poker
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The Tomorrow Children marches onto PS4 on 6th September
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How 'Mafia 3' Video Game Scored Kick-Ass Sixties Soundtrack
With over 100 carefully chosen songs, new crime game is scored like a formidable Sixties mixtape



Until now, the Mafia crime games from 2K have tended towards the spats-and-Tommy-guns flavor of Prohibition-era Chicago gangsters, drawing on genre movies like The Untouchables. But Mafia 3, due October 7th, is set in 1968 in the New Orleans-themed fictional city of New Bordeaux, with a story that’s mainly concerned with the escalating war between the black and Italian mob, but also touches on era-appropriate issues: racial tension in the South, the Vietnam War. And thanks to creative director Haden Blackman, a music obsessive, it has a soundtrack to match, packed with 100 carefully curated songs from the era, from rock to blues to soul.


Viewed through the eyes of young, black Vietnam vet Lincoln Clay, the game is primarily an action-packed, drivey-shooty game punctuated with well-written scenes of people swearing at each other. So, a bit like Grand Theft Auto then, except with more of a historical perspective and social conscience. And unlike GTA's radio stations, the music in Mafia 3 is used movie-style, to punctuate dramatic moments.


"From the outset we knew we had to have a kick-ass soundtrack," Blackman says. "Our approach was very much that we have to make sure it's an amazing soundtrack, because that will lead to an amazing game."


"The first song I knew I wanted to get into the game is a pretty obscure one," Blackman says. "A song called 'Desperation' by Steppenwolf, which I knew from their greatest hits album or whatever. It's this very moody Steppenwolf song that's very different than anything else that you know them for." The song is first used for an emotional scene between Lincoln and Father James, who is a Catholic priest that helped raise him. "He's kind of an Old Testament guy, so he totally understands Lincoln's war against the mob," Blackman explains. "He supports it up to a point, but he warns Lincoln about the cost of this war. Not just in terms of the people that might die, but also on his soul. That's a hard moment for Lincoln and we have 'Desperation' playing in the background."


Very often a game team will draw up a wish list of music, only to be told by the suits in legal that it was impossible to get any of them. The Mafia 3 team have been extremely lucky. "There were artists that I thought there would be no way we'd ever get, and yet they came through," Blackman says. "So Creedence, the Rolling Stones, we have the Beach Boys, Aretha Franklin, Johnny Cash, Sam Cooke, Elvis. Honestly, I was doubtful that we'd be able to get this wide spectrum of Sixties artists."


"I really wanted to get 'Sympathy for the Devil' in, and 'Paint It Black' obviously, because it's such a Vietnam-era song. And then Sam and Dave. It was really important to me to get some representation from Sam and Dave because I could see driving to that, being in combat to that, applying it to cinematics or story moments. Their music is so versatile."


Selecting the tracks wasn't just a case of the team sitting around with Spotify open on their computers searching for cool Sixties tracks. Some tunes were picked to help set the gritty, Southern mood of the game, but there were others that were chosen with very specific illustrative purposes.


"We have a moment where you're chasing down this guy called Uncle Lou who's the mobster that runs the French Ward," Blackman explains. "You've cornered him on this river boat, which has exploded and you've both been thrown into the Bayou. We begin as the lights come up on the cinematic. Lincoln regains consciousness and sees that Lou is trying to struggle his way out of the swamp. That's when we bring up Creedence's 'Green River' and then that music continues into the gameplay without a break. The song really fits the tone of the moment. It gets you into the right kind of mentality where you're this kind of stalker moving through the swamp."


In an unusual narrative device, the game is framed as a tourist video being watched in 2016, about the events of 1968 and Lincoln's actions. "That gives us a lot more latitude in terms of what music we can include," Blackman says. "When I look back on some of this music, the way I encountered a lot of it without even realizing it is through covers. There's a song in the game called 'You Belong to Me' from the Duprees. They weren't the first ones to perform it but that's the version we have in the game. I actually was introduced to that song through the Misfits version of it," he says, describing the raw cover of the song from the band's Project 1950 album.


"We have a moment in the game where you hear the Duprees version and it's a really dramatic moment between two characters. It's playing on a radio in the background and it's very fitting of the moment. Then later we have a really powerful turning point for one of those characters and you hear just a brief snippet of the Misfits version. There's something really special about the thunder of the Misfits doing this song that's very poetic and powerful."



Find the full tracklist below:

"Mother's Little Helper" by the Rolling Stones

"Paint it Black" by the Rolling Stones

"Sympathy for the Devil" by the Rolling Stones

"Street Fighting Man" by the Rolling Stones

"Chain Gang" by Sam Cooke

"Wonderful World" by Sam Cooke

"Bring it on Home to Me" by Sam Cooke

"Another Saturday Night" by Sam Cooke

"I'm Gonna Forget About You" by Sam Cooke

"Ninety-Six Tears" by Question Mark and the Mysterians

"Go Go Shoes" by Lonnie Youngblood

"Take me for What I Am" by L.C. Cooke

"I Let a Good Thing Go By" by Dewey Edwards

"Dance of the Hours" by Beethoven Ben

"Hang Ten" by the Fun Sons

"Proud Mary" by Creedence Clearwater Revival

"House of the Rising Sun" by the Animals

"Fortunate Son" by Creedence Clearwater Revival

"You" by Marvin Gaye

"Hold On, I’m Comin’" by Sam and Dave

"Pictures Of Matchstick Men" by Status Quo

"Chain Of Fools" by Aretha Franklin

"Respect" by Aretha Franklin

"Piece Of My Heart" by Big Brother & the Holding Company

"I Fought the Law" by Bobby Fuller Four

"The Letter" by Box Tops

"Time Has Come Today" by the Chambers Brothers

"Slip Away" by Clarence Carter

"Psychotic Reaction" by Count Five

"White Room" by Cream

"Bad Moon Rising" by Creedence Clearwater Revival

"Born On The Bayou" by Creedence Clearwater Revival

"Palisades Park" by Freddy Cannon

"Somebody To Love" by Jefferson Airplane

"Folsom Prison Blues (Live)" by Johnny Cash

"Shotgun" by Jr. Walker and the All Stars

"Nowhere To Run" by Martha and the Vendellas

"(Sittin' on) the Dock of the Bay" by Otis Redding

"Palisades Park" by Ramones

"King of the Road" by Roger Miller

"Soul Man" by Sam and Dave

"Li'l Red Riding Hood" by Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs

"Desperation" by Steppenwolf

"You Keep Me Hangin’ On [#1]" by the Supremes

"Ain't Too Proud To Beg" by the Temptations

"Wild Thing" by the Troggs

"One" by Three Dog Night

"You Keep Me Hangin' On" by Vanilla Fudge

"One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer" by John Lee Hooker

"Good Times are so Hard to Find" by Blue Cheer

"Ay-Tete Fee" by Clifton Chenier

"You Belong To Me" by The Duprees

"Take Me for What I'm Worth" by the Searchers

"What Kind of Fool (Do You Think I Am)" by The Tams

"Black Ghost Blues" by Lightnin' Hopkins

"Green River" by Creedence Clearwater Revival

"Walking the Dog" by Rufus Thomas

"I Got My Mojo Working" by the Shadows of Knight

"You Belong To Me" by Misfits

"Bad Moon Rising" by Mourning Ritual ft Peter Dreimanis

"Tramp" by Otis Redding & Carla Thomas

"On The Road Again" by Canned Heat

"Don't Go To Strangers" by Etta James

"Long Tall Sally" by Little Richard

"Running Scared" by Roy Orbison

"Crazy" by Patsy Cline

"Runaway (1967 version)" by Del Shannon

"Eve of Destruction" by Barry McGuire

"Knock on Wood" by Eddie Floyd

"Help Me, Rhonda" by Beach Boys

"Born To Be Wild" by Steppenwolf

"I Wish It Would Rain" by Temptations

"Heroes and Villains Beach Boys

"Reach Out, I'll Be There" by Four Tops

"White Rabbit" by Jefferson Airplane

"G.I. Blues" by Lightnin' Slim

"Keep Searchin’ (We’ll Follow The Sun)" by Del Shannon

"Love Child" by Diana Ross & the Supremes

"You've Really Got a Hold on Me" by the Miracles

"Baby Love" by the Supremes

"Son of a Preacher Man" by Dusty Springfield

"Wouldn’t It Be Nice" by Beach Boys

"Get Up and Get Down" by the Dramatics

"Bottom of the River" by Delta Rae

"Ring Of Fire" by Johnny Cash

"Kicks" by Paul Revere and the Raiders

"We Gotta Get Out Of This Place" by the Animals

"Needles & Pins" by the Searchers

"In-a-Gadda-da-Vida" by Iron Butterfly

"I Can't Turn You Loose" by Chambers Brothers

"Hard to Handle"by Otis Redding

"The Weight" by The Band

"Paint it Black" by the Avengers

"Five Card Hand" by Mercy Dee Walton

"You Better Stop" by Sonny Rhodes

"Must Have Been the Devil" by Otis Spann

"I Got You (I Feel Good)" by James Brown

"Hey Big Momma" by Roosevelt Sykes

"Sinner's Prayer" by Lightnin' Hopkins

"The Howling Wolf" by Lightnin' Hopkins

"A Little Less Conversation" by Elvis

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Virginia, one of 2016's most promising games, is coming to Xbox One, PS4 and PC next month
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FMV seikkailupeli ! … eipä ole niitä piiiiiiiitkään aikaan näkynyt, ainakaan sellaista jossa tekobudjetti olis jostain kotoisinkin… ylivoimainen ykkönen kyseiselle on ehdottomasti Gabriel Knight 2 : The Beast With In (juuri tullu Steamiin !) joka ilmestyi vaatimattomasti vuonna 1995, joten ei ihan tuore tapaus… toki Her Story ehkä viime aikojen viritelmistä parhaiten ponkaissut pinnalle, toki perinteisestä klikkailu seikkailusta ei siinä suoranaisesti kyse sitten ole.



Live action psychological horror The Bunker

Hello everyone, Ben Tester here once again from UK developers, Wales Interactive. I’m here to announce our brand new live action video game, The Bunker, will be arriving on PS4 next month with pre-orders now available here.


The Bunker is a completely live action psychological horror, starring Adam Brown (The Hobbit). He of course played one of the Dwarves, but which one? This should trigger your memory. Also starring Sarah Greene (Penny Dreadful, Assassins Creed 3), Grahame Fox (Game of Thrones) and Jerome St. John Blake (Star Wars).


You play as John, a boy born in a secret nuclear government bunker on 3rd July 1986, the day the bombs fell. 30 years later, everyone you knew and loved has died. You are the last remaining survivor. You exist as best you can, following the rules and sticking to the routine. But when an alarm is triggered, your mind begins to self-destruct. You must venture deeper and deeper into the bunker, discovering long forgotten zones and uncovering dark and repressed memories that finally reveal the terrible secret of the bunker.


Co-developed by Splendy Games, The Bunker was filmed in a genuine decommissioned nuclear bunker in Essex, England. Because the location is real, you can even visit the bunker for yourselves! Just look out for the many “Secret Nuclear Bunker – This Way” signs.


In fact, part of what makes this game so special is the fact that most of what you see in The Bunker is real and was left after it was decommissioned in 1992, down to the original Commodores, Packard Bells, government switchboards and NBC suits.


Filmed in full HD, we’re bringing you a cinematic experience in which you’ll navigate around the bunker with traditional adventure style point-and-click gameplay. You’ll solve puzzles, search through documents and recordings and collect childhood items to unlock John’s supressed memories. You’ll receive a complex, twisting plot written by award-winning screenwriters behind The Witcher, Broken Sword and SOMA.


Expect The Bunker to land on PS4 near the end of September 2016 with a 20% discounted pre-order available right now for PS Plus members.


Thank you all for joining me and I hope you like what you see! Please feel free to continue the discussion on our Twitter page or in the comments section below and I’ll be around to answer any questions.









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Chaotic co-op cooking game Overcooked
Work together to deliver delicious meals as the odds keep stacking up







Couch co-op cook ’em up Overcooked
Everything you need to know about Team 17’s upcoming kitchen throwdown

Overcooked features:

  • 28 standard campaign levels plus an additional introductory level and final boss to conquer!
  • Local co-op play for one to four players across all campaign levels!
  • Nine versus levels to go head-to-head locally with either two or four players
  • A range of different and unusual kitchens to play across with different recipes to master – cook soup, burritos, burgers and fish and chips
  • 14 different chefs to play as!
  • 11 achievements to cook up







Tämä on kyllä kieltämättä suhteellisen hauska co-op peli, siis erityisesti samalla sohvalla säheltäen :D


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'BATMAN: Unmasked' Episode Two

Hosted by kindafunny.com's Greg Miller, Batman: Unmasked is the official show discussing Batman - The Telltale Series.

In this second episode, Greg talks with Brandon Jones from Easy Allies, writer Zack Keller and Catwoman herself Laura Bailey. They discuss the events of Episode One - 'Realm of Shadows', dive deep into the creative process behind bringing Catwoman to life, as well as theories on where the story could go in future episodes.


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