Tripwire Interactive’s annual Summer Sideshow event for Killing Floor has once again returned this year taking place from July 5th to July 23rd and is free to all who own the game.
Following last year’s theme of the carnival where you had a look around the sideshow tents you’re now taking a ride through “heaven and hell” in new map “Hellride”. Along your journey you’ll be encountering freak-show themed monsters which have replaced the traditional monsters you’d normally be up against. Five new weapons from the IJC community weapon pack have been polished up and officially added to the game, there’s a plethora of new achievements to achieve, you can get new DLC in the form of the “Urban Nightmare” character pack and finally, “Steampunk Mr Foster” is once again available to be unlocked for the duration of the event.
Check out the trailer Tripwire Interactive have put together after the break. Continue Reading
If you haven’t been on the Steam store page recently you may have missed that the famous Potato Sack Bundle is on sale again! Last time we saw The Potato Sack it was a lead up to the hugely popular Portal 2, which ended up releasing a couple of hours earlier than expected thanks to the bundle. There is no mysterious update this time around although there are rumors saying that the potato achievements are back. Could Valve be up to something? Or is this just another summer bundle sale?
The Potato Sack is currently $19.99/£14.99. Grab it from the steam store here.
The games included are:
- 1… 2… 3… KICK IT! (Drop That Beat Like an Ugly Baby)
- AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! for the Awesome
- Amnesia: The Dark Descent
- BIT.TRIP BEAT
- Defense Grid: The Awakening
- Killing Floor
- Super Meat Boy
- The Ball
- The Wonderful End of the World
- Toki Tori
In keeping with the Holiday spirit and with the nearing of Hallow’s End, here are ten games, some new and some old, to play in the dark and give yourself a scare. While some of the graphics on these games may be a little out-dated they are still pretty decent and are suspenseful enough to keep you wondering what is around the next corner and make you jump when you least expect it. So, dust off that old console, turn out the lights, and get ready for some heart pounding, scream inducing video games. Continue Reading