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This week in games: EA gives away Dungeon Keeper, InXile shows off Wasteland 3

Hayden Dingman | Oct. 10, 2016
This is gaming news for October 2 through 6

Mortal Kombat X-ists

The "will-they-won't-they" around Mortal Kombat XL has come to a close with a definitive "They did"—NetherRealm finally launched it on Steam this week after initially saying they weren't going to and then, I guess, saying "Just kidding! It's coming!"

Also, there's a patch that supposedly fixes most of the problems with the lackluster PC port. Great. Now I guess we twiddle our thumbs and see if Injustice 2 makes it over.


In other patch news, the BioShock remasters got a long list of fixes. The bad news? Now people are reporting even more problems than before, including Windows 10 machines asking for players to install Windows 7 Service Pack 1. Oops.

Children of the corn

It's October, the perfect month to try and find a horror game that's a) Good and b) One you haven't played yet. Well, here's a candidate: The Outlast 2 demo, which is available for free until November 1. It's the same short demo shown at PAX this year, and what it lacks in length it makes up for in corn-rustling and murderous religious fanatics. Hopefully it'll tide you over until the full game's release early next year.


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