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Free PlayStation Games – Free PS4/PS3/Vita Games January 2017

Sony has recently announced a list of six free PlayStation games that are schedule for release on the PlayStation Network. The free PlayStation games will be available for download on the network starting on January 3, 2017 and include four free PlayStation 4 games, two free PlayStation 3 games and four free PlayStation Vita games. Each m...[Read More]

Battlefield 3 and Bad Company 2 Free on Xbox One with EA Access

Electronic Arts announced today via the official Battlefield Twitter account that two new free games have been added to the EA Access Vault. Both Battlefield 3 (Buy From Amazon) and Battlefield: Bad Company 2 (Buy From Amazon) are now free for Xbox One owners and EA Access subscribers. The Battlefield 3 and Bad Company 2 free games can be...[Read More]

Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory PC & Mac System Requirements

Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory is a free to play multiplayer first person shooter from Splash Damage. The game is free to download and play on Windows PCs, Mac OS X and Linux. The system requirements detailed here review the PC requirements but the hardware requirements can also be applied to the Mac OS X and Linux version as well. Consider...[Read More]

How to Install and Play CHAMP Kong in DOSBox

What is CHAMP Kong and why DOSBox? CHAMP Kong is a free Donkey Kong clone/remake that was original developed for MS-DOS operating system. What does this mean exactly? Well it means if you are reading this and expecting to play this game on a PC that was purchased in the past 20 years or so, you probably wont be able to play the game strai...[Read More]

Postal Goes Open Source – Will Freeware Clones Follow?

Postal Open Source – It has been nearly 20 years since the controversial release of the top down action shooter Postal. Developer Running With Scissors announced yesterday that the game was going Open Source and being released into the public domain under the GPLv2 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the release in 2017. Now that P...[Read More]

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