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PSN Tuesday: Don't Starve, Tiny Brains on PS3, free DmC

This week's PlayStation Store additions are marked by Klei Entertainment's Don't Starve, which is now available on PS4. The roguelike survival game from the makers of Mark of the Ninja is $14.99, but also happens to be one of two games that are free for PlayStation Plus members starting this week....

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Don't Starve, Binding of Isaac free with PlayStation Plus when they launch on PS4

Don't Starve will be free with PlayStation Plus membership when the game launches in "early January," a Sony representative confirmed today at the PlayStation 4 review event, currently being held in New York City. The critically acclaimed survivorcraft will launch on PS4 with all content available...

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Don't Starve's free horror mod, The Screecher, turns survival into terror

Halloween is a good holiday for Don't Starve, since it generally involves a hefty amount of eating (candy) and more mad scientists than any other festive day. To celebrate, Don't Starve is half off on Steam, $7.50, and a horror mod called The Screecher is free to all owners. The Screecher turns...

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Campo Santo studio formed by former Telltale Games, Klei developers

A new San Francisco-based video game studio called Campo Santo has formed, and is composed of former Telltale Games and Klei developers. Namely, The Walking Dead designers and Idle Thumbs Podcast hosts Jake Rodkin and Sean Vanaman joined Mark of the Ninja lead designer Nels Anderson and artist...

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Multi-appendaged mod sneaks Octodad into Don't Starve

Octodad is a master of infiltration, evidenced by his covert undercover operation as father to a human family in Octodad: Dadliest Catch. But now Octodad has found himself all alone and lost in Don't Starve, Klei Entertainment's wilderness survival game, through a new mod created by Klei forum...

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Fez, Mark of the Ninja, FTL head up Humble Indie Bundle 9

Humble Bundle's ever-busy organizers have launched Humble Indie Bundle 9, a pay-what-you-want compilation spotlighting Polytron's Fez, Klei's Mark of the Ninja, and other standout indie hits. Buyers will receive Double Fine's metal-infused action-RTS Brutal Legend, the DLC-bundled Trine 2:...

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Klei's Incognita now available to purchase in alpha form

Klei Entertainment, developers of Don't Starve and Mark of the Ninja, have made their latest game, Incognita, available to purchase in its "Alpha" state directly. The turn-based espionage game "is currently in alpha, which means that we are still in the early stages of development," the...

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Don't Starve adds Steam Workshop support on PC

Klei's wilderness survival sim, Don't Starve, has added Steam Workshop support on the PC. This allows players to better find and install mods directly through Steam. New character skins, language translation packs, world generation modifications and custom creatures are just a few of the things...

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PSA: Mark of the Ninja Special Edition DLC available on Steam, XBLA

Mark of the Ninja's "Special Edition" DLC is available now on Steam and XBLA. The additional content will set armchair ninjas back 400 MSP ($5), and offers players the chance to portray Dosan, the game's mysterious tattoo artist. Dosan's adventure is set before the events of the game and...

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Mark of the Ninja 'Special Edition' DLC drops on Aug. 16

The "Special Edition" DLC for Mark of the Ninja will launch on both Xbox Live Arcade and Steam on August 16. The package is priced at $5 and includes developer commentary, a new level, two new items and a new costume. Mark of the Ninja is a 2D stealth game that first launched on Xbox Live...

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