Driveclub just got a new patch today, numbered 1.24. It includes several improvements, including the much awaited private multiplayer lobbies.The patch notes, that you can see below, also reveal a free upcoming expansion for Driveclub Bikes and a tour for the base game, … [Read more...] about Driveclub’s Patch 1.24 Released: Adds Private Lobbies; Free Expansion for Bikes Coming
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After playing Metal Gear Online for the past few days, I've come to a couple conclusions. First, if you don't already own MGS 5, this isn't really a reason to buy it. (If you're looking for a reason to buy it, try our review—you'll find lots.) If you do own MGS 5, get in … [Read more...] about Metal Gear Online is both good fun and extremely annoying
By: Kevin VanOrd and Aaron Sampson - Posted on November 18, 2008 In this new age of economic recession, getting something for nothing is as appealing as ever, and GameSpot is here to help you navigate the free-game terrain. In our last installment of Cheaper by the Dozen, we … [Read more...] about Cheaper by the Dozen: A Look at Free Action Games
Craving a new gaming fix but not looking to spend any money on your habit this side of the weekend? In this new weekly feature I plan to highlight games, demos, and betas that you can get into right now without spending a cent. Some of them will be new, some of them will be old … [Read more...] about Free Play Friday: F1, Battlefield, Magic, and Space!
Super Mario Run is an odd game from a company that rarely plays by the established rules in the game industry, and it’s been an interesting journey to try to figure out if it has been a success or not. Apple is clearly enthusiastic about having one of the best-known … [Read more...] about Super Mario Run was a failed chance for Nintendo to stop being Nintendo