Posts Tagged ‘demo’

Tactical FPS Squad Holding Free Steam Trial Weekend

Fancy some different FPS action this weekend? Rainbow Six Siege has a free trial with a taste of its wall-busting tactical action, as we’ve already mentioned, and the realistic action of Squad [official site] is open to all too. Squad is made by some folks who worked on the Battlefield 2 mod Project Reality and follows a similar path, offering 50v50 realistic-ish combined arms action. It’s still in early access but has been coming along, as you can see by playing it yourself. The full game is free to try this weekend on Steam and it’s on sale as well. Read the rest of this entry »

R6 Siege Gets Free Weekend Now, Update Next Week

Two pieces of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege [official site] news have executed a choreographed breach of the RPS treehouse, lobbing flashbangs then crashing through the window and trapdoor to yell about a free trial weekend and the next big content update. And… now they’ve hustled Alec out of here, as if we’ve held him hostage all these years? Alec! Come back! Alec! Alec! Al- no, he’s away. Point is: the door-busting counter-terrorism FPS is free to play in full from now for the weekend. Then, next week, it’ll add two new characters and a new map in the ‘Operation Red Crow’ update. Read the rest of this entry »

In Soviet Russia, Humanity Is Against Cards With Party Game Soviet Humor

Rapscallion Games has taken some time to give glory to the Motherland with the development of the multiplayer party game Soviet Humor. This is the same studio behind the successfully Kickstarted Lovecraftian comedy/horror visual novel The Miskatonic, and they’ve taken the same great humor that spawned that game and put a bit of a Communist twist on it. да! Read the rest of this entry »

Parp Parp! Forza Horizon 3 Demo Hits Windows 10

If you fancy a Sunday drive, you might want to take a look at Forza Horizon 3 [official site]. A demo for the open-world racer has arrived on Windows 10, letting folks pootle around a hunk of its virtual Australia for free. I suppose you can also drive quickly in those there races, but that seems very undignified. It’s also an opportunity to check out how much the game has improved since launch, when it was a bit wonky. You can grab the demo from the Windows Store. Read the rest of this entry »

Talisman: The Horus Heresy’s Free Trial Weekend

YOU'RE NOT MY REAL SPACEDAD

One of the central events of Warhammer 40k history is the scrap between Our Immortal God-Emperor (We Praise His Eternal Vigil) and his lad Horus, who fell in with a bad spacecrowd. After years of slagging off his spaceda, Horus gave him a spacekicking and put him in spacehospital but got put down himself. Spacechristmas was forever ruined. All of that (well, some of it) is recreated in Talisman: The Horus Heresy, a spin-off from the digitised board game Talisman. You can relive that history for yourself this weekend, as the full game is free to try on Steam. Read the rest of this entry »

Boo! Natural Selection 2 Free To Play This Weekend

Halloween is an extra-special time of year for sci-fi FPS-RTS Natural Selection, as the birthday of both the original Half-Life mod and its standalone commercial sequel [official site]. In celebration, developers Unknown Worlds have opened up NS2 for the weekend and let everyone play for free. Battling aliens, knee deep in bacterial gunk, or chomping on the juicy heads of space marines seems fittingly frightful Halloween fun. Read the rest of this entry »

Deck-Building Action-RPG Book Of Demons Gets Demo

And in every book it's always the same: X is for Xaphan.

A is for Azazel, any child could tell you. B is for Baal, C is for Caim, D is for… ah sorry, this isn’t The Big Book of Demons. Right! The regular-sized Book of Demons [official site] is a deck-building action-RPG with a papercraft style, and is currently on Steam Early Access. It’s still a while away from release but if you fancy a crack at duffing up monsters with the help of cards for special abilities and items, hey, it now has a demo. Read the rest of this entry »