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Each week we will be posting a review round-up of the latest games on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and on the PC. This week we have Metro Redux and Diablo 3: Reaper Of Souls - Ultimate Evil Edition.
Two PC games are being released via download for free for a limited time; Metro 2033 from publisher THQ and the PC and Mac versions of Duke Nukem 3D from 3D Realms via GoG.com.
The team behind the popular Humble Indie Bundle "pay what you want" game events have launched a new deal which gives folks a way to pay what they want for several THQ titles.
THQ has released a short film that promotes Metro: Last Light, the upcoming sequel to the acclaimed first person shooter Metro 2033 that's due to be released sometime in 2013.