Official Website: http://www.nucleardawnthegame.com/
Steam Page: http://store.steampowered.com/app/17710
Nuclear Dawn Launch Trailer - 2011
Total War: Shogun 2- Rise of the Samurai
Rise of the Samurai is the first DLC for Shogun 2, presenting a new independent campaign, new factions, new units, new multiplayer maps, new castle maps and plenty of bug fixes and UI. Even if you don't pick up the DLC there is still a hefty patch associated with it, a patch that adds the castle maps and all of the fixes. There are six new clans to play, focusing on a smaller area of Japan than the normal campaign. It adds sixteen new lands, ten naval units and four new agent types. The DLC costs $9.99, which seems pretty justifiable for how much content it adds to the game. Check it out through it's steam page of the Shogun 2 website.
Main Website: http://www.totalwar.com/shogun2
Steam Page: http://store.steampowered.com/app/34344/
Shogun 2: Total War- Rise of the Samurai - Official Trailer
Dungeons - The Dark Lord
Dungeons the Dark Lord is the first expansions to the game Dungeons. Dungeons is a game that is inspired by the Dungeon Keeper series, but it plays out more like tower defense game than a dungeon building and exploring game. You are evil and you are fighting the forces of good, but it isn't much at all like Dungeon Keeper, other than the art style. I played the original back when it came out and while I like tower defense games, I didn't like this one much. The expansion adds a new campaign, four new multiplayer modes, new skills, a new dungeon setting and more. It costs $29.99 and is available through their main website and steam. This game is not only available through steam, it has a wider release than the previous two entries.
Main Website: http://www.dungeons-game.com/content.php
Steam Page: http://store.steampowered.com/app/200550/
Dungeons The Dark Lord Gameplay Trailer
Driver San Francisco
Driver San Francisco came out today and while I don't know much about it, it has been getting pretty good reviews. It contains one hundred and twenty drive-able cars and two hundred miles of road to explore in San Francisco. It focus's on stunts, races and unlockables, alongside a hefty story. It costs $49,99 and it available all over, including steam and amazon. This game is also available on PS3 and Xbox 360.
Main Website: http://driver-thegame.ubi.com/driver-san-francisco/en-US/home/
IGN Review: http://ps3.ign.com/articles/119/1190873p1.html
Gamespot Review: http://www.gamespot.com/xbox360/driving/driver-san-francisco/review.html
Thanks for reading! Be back with more tonight.
-Written by Sean Cargle