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Sup guys? Is everyone having a good week so far? If yes, good stuff. If no, well hopefully our midweek news roundup cheers you up 🙂

Offensive Combat: Redux! Update Schedule Announced

If you’ve been checking out Offensive Combat: Redux then you’ll be glad to know there is a wave of updates coming your way.

The first major DLC update arrives on September 18th and brings with it more character options and two new maps. The second DLC update arrives just in time for Halloween, delivering spooky-themed content and yet another map on October 27th. A further autumn-themed (fall for you Yanks) update makes an appearance on November 21st, which just happens to be my payday. And last but not least the Christmas update, arriving on December 20th and bringing with it another new map and lots of festive content.

Batman – The Telltale Series free in the App Store

Thought about getting Batman – The Telltale Series on your inferior to Android smartphones and tablets? Well, then you’re in luck Apple fanboys, as Episode 1 “Realm of Shadows” is available now on iOS devices for £0.00. The game has been given a massive performance update as well to ensure that it works on as many iOS devices as possible.

Axolot Games to publish Raft

Axolot Games, the creator of Scrap Mechanic, announced this week that it will be investing in developer Redbeet Interactive and publishing their game Raft.

In Raft, players and their friends are thrown into an epic oceanic adventure and tasked with surviving a perilous sea! Gather debris to survive, expand your raft and be wary of the dangers of the ocean!

Samurai Riot gets release date

A Japenese themed 2D side-scrolling beat ’em up, Samurai Riot by developers Wako Factory has been given a release date of September 13th. Costing £10.99 on Steam, this game will feature an original co-op mode and a multi-branching, moral decision making, storyline leading to eight different endings.

Check out the game on Steam HERE.


And that’s all we have time for today, we’ll have more gaming news for you on the weekend so don’t forget to check back in with us.

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