Horn of the Abyss is a community expansion to the excellent Heroes of Might and Magic III

Horn of the Abyss is an unofficial expansion to Heroes of Might and Magic III and features a whole new race The Cove, gameplay and graphical improvements, new maps and map objects as well as a whole new campaign for you to explore.

And today Horn of the Abyss has gotten even better with further campaign missions, new map objects, bug fixes, graphical improvements, and more. Here's the list of features that come with the Horn of the Abyss expansion:

Indie turn-based RPG The Quest has crossed over from iOS to Steam

The Quest is an oldschool open world RPG in the vein of Daggerfall that features some rather lovely hand-drawn graphics, a turn based combat system and a grid-based world to explore. Back when it was first announced I was quite excited to try it, given that these sort of games defined my childhood, but unfortunately it was only for iOS.

However, it would appear it has recently sneaked on to Steam. I used sneak there because despite being someone that pays attention to indie RPG releases I somehow completely missed it and would've lived in an unfortunate state of ignorance if not for today's PC Gamer article

The AGDQ event begins tomorrow so tune in and watch some of the best speedrunners around completely demolish the games you love

Awesome Games Done Quick is a week long event where speedrunners from all over gather together to completely break the games you know and love, all in the name of charity.

This years's AGDQ will start light and easy on January 3rd and then ramp up to entire days filled with speedruns from January 4th and onward. You can find the full schedule here.

After many years of delays and rumors about cancellation Final Fantasy XV is coming in 2016

To say that Final Fantasy XV had been in development for a long, long time would be one hell of an understatement. It was first announced as in development all the way back in 2006 but due to various issues constantly kept being either reworked or delayed.

So I hope you understand now how big the recent announcement that Final Fantasy XV will definitely be coming in 2016 really is. Here's the full announcement message from FFXV's director:

Brutal Doom: Hell on Earth update is now finally released

Brutal Doom, besides what you might gleam from the name alone, is an extremely comprehensive Doom mod expanding on everything from enemy AI to the weapons you use and even the graphics themselves. In other words, its a damn good mod for an already classic FPS, and it just got better.

The recent Brutal Doom patch v20b, also known as Hell on Earth, brings with it destructible bodies, improvements to the gib physics, better performance, a new melee system and most importantly a 32 map long campaign.

Oculus Touch controllers are being delayed in order to make them as good as they can be for launch. Expected release date is in the second half of 2016

I wasn't aware that the Touch controllers even had a release date set for them given that every bit of communication from the Oculus team was about the Rift and the upcoming preorders.

So its unsurprising to hear that the Touch controllers are being delayed until the second half of 2016 with the preorders opening a couple of months before launch.

After being millions of dollars in depth MLG is now going out of business and selling the majority of its assets to Activision Blizzard

Perhaps this is due to me not really paying a lot of attention to esports the past year but the announcement that MLG has been losing money for a while now is a bit of a shock.

According to an article by Esportsobserver MLG's board of directors approved the sale of a large majority of MLG's assets to Activision Blizzard in exchange for $46 million.