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Project Awakened brings super powers to Steam Greenlight

Project Awakened , the super-powered action game that Phosphor Games resurrected on Kickstarter, now has a Steam Greenlight page, hoping to eventually sneak onto that service. As Phosphor told us earlier this month, Awakened is a PC, next-gen game heavy on customization and kicking dystopic booty with a myriad of interchangeable powers.

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Destructoid’s community blog highlights of 2012

[ The hard-working gents on your Cblog Recaps team put together this fantastic list of their personal favorite blogs of the year. Special thanks to ChillyBilly for the header! Want to see YOUR blog get mentioned on the front page in 2013?

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Samurai Shodown sits on a throne of lies

Longtime developer Gregg Tavares recently appeared on the 8-4 Play podcast , where he revealed an interesting tidbit about 1993 fighting game Samurai Shodown . Prior to his development team getting code for the game to port it to the Neo Geo, a member of the team noticed something odd about the sword-clashing mini-game that prompts players to mash buttons: the buttons don’t actually do anything.

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Steam Holiday Sale, day 10: Skyrim, BioShock, Grand Theft Auto franchise sales and more

Have you guys ever noticed how our money and a Steam Holiday Sale are never in the same room at the same time? Like, the same way that no one has ever seen Bruce Wayne and the Batman together in the same place? It’s just weird , is all; almost as if our money was somehow being removed by the sale, or something

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Temple Run downloaded over 2.5 million times on Christmas day

In the world of impressive holiday sales numbers, Minecraft doesn’t stand alone with its 453K Christmas sales . Imangi Studios Founder Keith Shepherd recently tweeted that Temple Run was downloaded over 2.5 million times on Christmas day

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Dune 2 ported to Javascript, play it for free in your browser

Dune 2 is a Westwood Studios game put together back in 1992, and it’s probably best known for being the prototypical RTS, one of the first games to put together all of the elements that later led to the genre that made StarCraft and Command & Conquer so popular.

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The Walking Dead sale: complete season for 800 MSP on XBLM today

Episodes 2-5 of The Walking Dead are half-price in today’s Xbox Live Countdown to 2013 deal. With that quartet now shambling for just 200 MSP each , and the first episode still creeping about at no cost , that means you can chomp on the entire season today for just 800 MSP ($10). Telltale’s zombified adventure has been a big hit at Joystiq HQ, with the series scoring an average of four and a half stars across all five of our reviews .

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Diablo 3 ‘Team Deathmatch’ goes back to the drawing board, ‘dueling’ coming in the new year

Diablo 3 ‘s Team Deathmatch mode has been a long-promised addition for players of the loot-hunting dungeon crawler since it first launched seven months ago.

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Deus Ex: Human Revolution live-action teaser augments our interest

Deus Ex: Human Revolution had some impressive trailers, and this live-action teaser for a short flick by DCode Films isn’t bad either. The Miami-based production company boasts a portfolio of big name clients, so that experience should culminate in a production as eye-catching as its teaser.

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Pid’s ‘Easy Mode’ brings balance, universal enjoyment to Steam

The Easy Mode that Pid developer Might & Delight promised earlier this month is now live on Steam, offering “a version of the game that can be enjoyed by everyone.” This would include us, we assume, especially since we found Pid to be “one of the most annoying games ” of the year, with manic, frustrating difficulty spikes. “In Pid ‘s Easy Mode we have redesigned nearly all levels and maybe most importantly made all the boss fights shorter and more simple,” Might & Delight writes on the Steam announcement. “We have studied the reviews and playthroughs on YouTube thoroughly to determine how we can create a version of the game that can be enjoyed by everyone

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