Impossible Creatures is a mad scientist themed RTS released in 2003 that simply had it all: Gorrilaphants, Whalebears, Rhinomantises, Tigermeleons, you name it.

But as time went on Relic switched to other projects and Impossible Creatures was slowly forgotten and rarely mentioned until it just appeared on Steam yesterday.

After being announced what feels like forever ago the Steam hardware has finally arrived, although in limited fashion. So far it is only available in the US, Canada and Europe with the rest following shortly.

If you are simply looking for specifics head over to the new Steam Hardware section, otherwise read on and I'll give you a brief rundown of the prices and what to expect from each of the offers.

While I'm sad to see it go I can't say its unexpected. Their goal was to offer an alternative to GTA: Online, one without microtransactions or limits on what you can do and mess around with.

And as you might imagine they've recently got a take-down notice and are now shutting down all development for the mod.

Lock yourself in a vault, bring ample supply of food and water, cut off any and all contact from the outside world and prepare. Or you can be a sane person and just play it in your spare time, either way Fallout 4 has arrived (November 10).

I'll get my teeth sunk in to the game as soon as possible and try to get out my own review in a couple of days, after I've had enough time to get a good view on it.

When I first saw Rocket League I expected it to be one of those Internet fads, a game that surges in popularity for a few weeks, everyone talks about it and constantly plays it and then it slowly fades away and becomes forgotten (*cough* Slender *cough*).

What it turned out to be in the end is not a fad, but rather a very polished and even more so addictive game. And now, many months after release, Rocket League is not only going strong but is also getting ready for a major free patch.

Very rarely does a piece of news bring excitement to my cold, shriveled heart but the announcement of a Witcher movie is an exception.

It was announced in a press release that SDC Works (most famous for the Mummy series) is teaming up with Tomek Baginski, a Polish director who you might know from his work on the Witcher cinematics as well as the short film "The Cathedral" to make a full-length feature film based on the Witcher series of books.

Ah Darksiders 2, what a glorious game you could've been if you simply had more time. Alas with THQ being on the verge of bankruptcy Vigil Games had to launch the game as soon as possible.

The result was a stylish game mired in padding, excessive amount of pointless loot and an almost nonexistent difficulty curve. In the end THQ went bankrupt, the series sold to Nordic Games and very little was heard from it since.

Until recently. It appears that Nordic Games thought similarly of the series as I did because today they've released Darksiders 2: Deathinitive Edition which hopes to fix the errors of the past.