It’s still very early days for Crowfall, the MMO we previewed earlier this week , but even at this stage it’s attracting an awful lot of attention: Less than three days after it began, the Crowfall Kickstarter has blown past its $800,000 funding goal.
Crowfall Kickstarter funded in under three days
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The second episode of Life is Strange has been delayed, although by exactly how much is unclear. A Square Enix rep told Destructoid that it had been pushed back to an unannounced date, but developer Dontnod Entertainment more recently tweeted that development is “on track” and that it’s “looking to release it before the end of March.” The studio repeated the statement, in slightly expanded form, on Steam . “We’ve been asked to clear up the question of when Episode 2 will be released since there have been rumours of a delay.
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Life is Strange episode two is delayed, but nobody knows for how long
Evan, Tyler, and Wes talk about the death (and return?) of one of the PC’s most beloved genres: the arena shooter. Toxikk, Ratz Instagib, Unreal Tournament, and the next Doom all get a mention. And, as usual, we answer your questions about PC gaming.Will e-sports become real sports?
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PC Gamer Show: Are arena shooters coming back?
Sublevel Zero is a six-degrees-of-freedom “roguelike shooter” with procedurally generated levels, scarce resources, and permadeath. Sounds like fun!