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New screens show the beauty of the game's hand-drawn art

Fans of the video game Ori and the Blind Forest will now get a boxed retail version to add to their shelves. Called Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition, it will be released June 14.

This weeks column is chock full of glorious things to look at from the comic and anime realms. Because anime and comic book goodness doesn't suck.

There's a spoiler alert you need to know about

Nobody's happier than Pandalicious with the prospect of Resident Evil returning to its roots. She looks forward to nightmare-inducing evil (and fun) the game once provided.

You can wear your favorite team's jersey in console version

The first screenshots for the Tour de France 2016 have been revealed with the announcement of the accompanying game, which will be available on PS4, Xbox One and PC in June.

Game on sale for 70 percent off this weekend

Although The Netherlands has never been considered much of a military power, the makers of Wargame features the European country in its new DLC, Wargame Red Dragon.

Restoring light to this world seems to be a noble purpose

Lightopus, an iOS and Android game that was a winner of Casual Connect Asia's most innovative game, has added seven more languages to its roster: English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Chinese, Japanese and Korean.

Like Asteroids, but with more bouncing

Sure, it looks a little like the classic Asteroids, but the makers promise a lot more bouncing in the new video game Hyper Bounce Blast, coming May 27.

Top Toyota driver from race today will be featured on the cover

NASCAR Heat Evolution will be coming Sept. 13 for the PS4, Xbox One and Windows PC, and the makers promise "a brand-new and authentic racing experience."

If you fail, there are no second chances

You've been given your assignment and the game Hitman expects you to carry it out. Here's the catch: You've only got a week to do it. If you haven't accomplished your "hit" by next Friday, you've failed.

A remaster of 1997 classic

Postal Redux, an HD remaster of Running With Scissors’ 1997 twin-stick shooter will launch today for Windows via Steam. In the video game, players face off against crazed, overly aggressive gunmen.