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Thursday, May 29, 2014 Shipping Announcements

by Rainier on May 29, 2014 @ 6:05 p.m. PDT

Another day, another batch of games shipped to stores. Instead of giving them all their own posts, we grouped them, and so far there are announcements for:


We will update this throughout the day when new announcements become available. Read more for details ...

Among the Sleep (PC)

Among the Sleep is a first-person horror adventure in which you play as a two-year-old child. You wake up in the middle of the night to mysterious sounds, and you explore the dark, looking for comfort.

The game explores horror through atmosphere and exploration. You're vulnerable, scared, and trying to make sense of the world.

Among the Sleep is available on Steam for $19.99, but it's discounted 10% for the first week.

Anomaly Defenders (PC)

Anomaly Defenders is the final installment in the Anomaly series. In the original game, players controlled humans fighting alien invaders, but now, the tables have turned. The human counterattack is underway, and the alien world is threatened. Defend the planet from the humans!

Anomaly Defenders is available on Steam for $9.99.

Arma 3: Karts DLC (PC)

Arma 3: Karts is the first paid DLC for Arma 3. Originally announced as an April Fools' joke, the Karts DLC features a 20hp, four-stroke engine go-kart, several kart liveries, playable race driver and marshal game characters, new kart-racing time trials and Steam achievements, and the ability to build your own racetracks. A portion of the proceeds from the sales of the DLC will be donated to the Czech Red Cross.

The Arma 3: Karts DLC is available for $1.99/€1,49/£1.19.

Europa Universalis IV: Wealth of Nations expansion pack (PC)

Wealth of Nations is the second expansion for Europa Universalis IV. It focuses on trade and how to make the wealth of the world flow into your coffers. The expansion allows you to create secret trade conflicts, steal from your competitors via privateers, use peace treaties to gain trade power, and create a new trade capital to strengthen your grasp.

Wealth of Nations is available from various digital storefronts and the Paradox Store for $9.99.

GearCrack Arena (PC)

GearCrack Arena wants to put you under heavy fire in two clicks. Put your strategy and reflexes to the test in the first seconds of the game. Create your gameplay style and upgrade your favorite class. Distorted guitars, heavy beats and '90s dark sci-fi join you on the quest of surviving nine waves of Specters, Marauders and SACI Sentinels. Enemies use fuzzy logic and different classes to stop you in this top-down arena adventure.

GearCrack Arena is available on Steam for $2.99, but it's discounted 30% for the first week.

Gravity Badgers (WiiU)

Step into the shoes of gravity badger Captain T Bayback as he ventures into deep space to save his friends, family and the universe from the Evil Honey Badgers, AKA the Hellsett. Throw yourself into the planets' gravity, dodge asteroids and deadly bosses in 100+ levels of adventure and danger. The art style is reminiscent of your favorite '80s cartoons — complete with a thumping mullet rock soundtrack!

Gravity Badgers is rated "E" for "Everyone" by the ESRB and is available for the Wii U on the Nintendo eShop for $4.99.

Total War: Rome II - Pirates & Raiders DLC (PC)

The Pirates & Raiders DLC adds new buildings, faction traits, religion, technologies, and battlefield and naval units to Total War: Rome II. Plunder the campaign map as the Ardiaei of Illyria, and the Thracian tribes of Tylis and the Odrysian Kingdom. These Balkan factions offer a new way to experience the Grand Campaign in Rome II.

Rome II owners also received free content earlier this week, with an extra playable faction (The Getae) and a new historical battle (Pydna).

The Pirates & Raiders DLC is available on the Sega store for $7.99.

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