Humble have announced the latest batch of games coming to their monthly subscription service Humble Choice this evening, and March’s bundle looks to be one of the best in quite a while. Not only is it headlined by Remedy’s excellent
The Sims 4 already receives regular new content via expansions, Game Packs and Stuff Packs, but now EA Maxis are also selling Kits. Kits are smaller purchasable packs that add new features or items to the long-running life simulation game,
The Architect: Paris is not a citybuilder. There’s no strategy, or goal, or economy, or traffic simulation underpinning its recreation of the French capital.
Instead, it’s a realistic map of the city in which you can edit every building.
Valheim‘s wolves will procreate less now, which is good news if the viking survival sim’s prowling population has torn you to pieces one too many times. This change comes via update 0.147.3, which perhaps more interestingly brings “huge changes
Electronic Arts aren’t done shuffling around their studios and projects for 2021 just yet. EA have now announced that they’re delaying the next Need For Speed game so that Criterion can assist Dice with the next Battlefield game. The
Deck-based turn-based spy-based tactical game Fights In Tight Spaces has gone and kicked down the door to early access. I’ve had my eye on this one for a while now and it sure does look as slick as ever,