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Elden Ring Reveals Shadow of The Erdtree Release Date

The latest downloadable content (DLC) for the game Elden Ring, Shadow of the Erdtree has been revealed. The release date is clear, June 21 2024.

Reporting from GameStation, Sunday (25/2/2024) the DLC from Elden Ring entitled Shadow of the Erdtree has launched Wednesday, February 21 2024 at 21.30 WIB on the Bandai Namco channel.

Elden Ring enjoyed huge success in 2022, even breaking developer FromSoftware’s sales record. This is one of the highest rated games of all time.

Moreover, with the presence of this DLC, many fans can’t wait to continue their adventure in the Lands Between. Shadow of the Erdtree DLC has been announced on the 1 year anniversary of Elden Ring’s release.

FromSoftware announced the Shadow of the Erdtree DLC by also showing concept art which revealed a little about what will be and happen in the DLC. Theories and speculation from fans have been overflowing since the announcement of the Shadow of the Erdtree DLC, but it is difficult to get an official answer.

Luckily, the information-hungry wait for Elden Ring’s big DLC ​​is nearing its end. The Elden Ring DLC ​​trailer shows this gameplay expansion. What FromSoftware has promised fans is a trailer of gameplay footage that fans have been waiting for.

Apart from the gameplay, many fans of Elden Ring hope to see the release date announcement of the Shadow of the Erdtree DLC in the trailer. The release date was announced at the end of the trailer, namely June 21 2024 and there was immediately an offer for pre-orders.

PC game snacks on Steam are really cheap, and there are discounts of up to 80%

Steam brings good news for gamers who like playing games on PC. Because they have an interesting event, which provides discounts for every game purchase of up to 80%.

According to Game Station monitoring from its official website, Monday (19/2/2024), there are two events currently being held. Gamers can enjoy discounts at the Steam Remote Play Together Fest, and another at the Ubisoft Publisher Sale.

The two events have different periods. Steam Remote Play Together Fest runs until February 21st. Meanwhile for the Ubisoft Publisher Sale, discounts can be enjoyed until February 29.

Here gamers can enjoy a variety of cool games, which have very cheap selling prices. The deduction is ‘outside the limit’, because the reduced amount can be up to IDR 200 thousand.

Are you curious about what games are offered? Let’s look at the following list. For details, the numbers in brackets are the original price and those next to it after a discount.

It Takes Two – Rp. 119,750 (Rp. 479 thousand)

Madden NFL 24 – Rp. 227,700 (Rp. 759 thousand)

Overcooked! 2 – Rp. 49,999 (Rp. 199,999)

Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker – Rp. 186,600 (Rp. 622 thousand)

Bread & Fred – Rp. 98,249 (Rp. 130,999)

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla – Rp. 154,750 (Rp. 619 thousand)

Riders Republic – Rp. 114,750 (Rp. 459 thousand)

Far Cry 6 – Rp. 154,750 (Rp. 619 thousand)

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege – Rp. 82 thousand (Rp. 205 thousand)

Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 – Rp. 92,700 (Rp. 309 thousand)

Please remember that the series of titles above are only a reference. If it doesn’t suit the gamer’s wishes, you can choose it yourself directly on Steam.

But if you do decide to buy some of these games, make sure the gamer has adequate PC specs. At least according to the recommendations given by Valve on its platform.

So every game has information regarding what PC specs the player should have. Usually this data is on the official page of each game on Steam.

The Beautiful Game: A Journey Through the Digital Pitch of FIFA

Football, soccer, the beautiful game – call it what you will, its magic transcends borders and languages. But for millions across the globe, the joy of football extends beyond the green field, spilling onto the virtual pitch of the FIFA video game series. More than just a game, FIFA has become a cultural phenomenon, a digital arena where dreams are crafted, skills are honed, and rivalries are born.

From its humble beginnings as a pixelated kickabout in 1993, FIFA has evolved into a breathtaking spectacle of athleticism and artistry. Every new iteration pushes the boundaries of realism, capturing the electrifying atmosphere of packed stadiums, the delicate touch of world-renowned players, and the heart-stopping drama of last-minute goals. With each virtual kick of the ball, FIFA whisks you away to the heart of the action, transforming you from a spectator to a maestro, orchestrating your team to glory.

FIFA is no longer a football game

But FIFA’s brilliance lies not just in its technical prowess. It’s the tapestry of stories woven within its code. The underdog rising from the ranks, the teenager blossoming into a superstar, the team of friends conquering the online world – these narratives unfold with each controller vibration, each pixelated roar of the crowd. The game becomes a canvas, and the players, both digital and human, the artists, etching their triumphs and defeats onto the digital pitch.

Yet, FIFA is more than just individual glory. It’s a testament to the power of community. Millions connect online, banding together under the banners of their favorite clubs, forging friendships and rivalries that transcend the digital realm. From coordinated tiki-taka passing moves to nail-biting penalty shootouts, the shared experience of virtual competition binds players together in a global footballing fraternity.

Of course, no FIFA journey is complete without its fair share of controversies. Errant referees, dodgy physics, and online lag can turn a passionate gamer into a red-faced rage monster. But even these quirks contribute to the game’s unique charm. They become shared battle scars, war stories whispered within online lobbies, adding a layer of human imperfection to the otherwise polished digital world.

Ultimately, FIFA is a love letter to the beautiful game. It captures the essence of football’s raw emotion, its breathtaking skill, and its unifying power. It’s a playground where anyone can be Messi, Maradona, or even your local park legend. So, whether you’re a seasoned veteran or a wide-eyed rookie, step onto the virtual pitch, raise your controller aloft, and prepare to be swept away by the magic of FIFA. Remember, it’s not just a game – it’s a journey, a community, and a testament to the universal language of the beautiful game.

25 Free Games on Steam, No Need for a God Spec PC

Let’s start 2024 by playing various free games on Steam. There’s no need to worry about devices, because gamers don’t need a god-spec PC.

Just using a device with an Intel Core i3 or i5 processor and 4 GB RAM, players can try out the entire list of games. But at least prepare a somewhat empty storage space.

Even though the size of each game is not very large, if all these titles were downloaded, it would certainly take up a lot of space. The largest file size is around 20 GB.

Actually, there are many free games on Steam that you can play. Only in this article GameStation will only provide 25 titles, collected from the official website, Monday (8/1/2023).

List of Free Games on Steam

the 25 games below, some of them require slightly larger RAM, ranging from 8-12 GB. For example, Grapple Tournament, The Finals, Knight’s Path: The Tournament, and Galacticverse.

Then the remaining players only need 4 GB RAM. If you feel you have adequate PC specs, please download the list of free games on Steam below:

Conquest of Empires 2

Coffee Brakes

Forgotten Symphony

Tiny Survivors



Grapple Tournament


World War: Rome

Pirates Of Heaven

Dungeon Mages


The Finals

Build Master: MarsVille



Duels of Fortune

Knight’s Path: The Tournament



Dream Team Basketball

Warlords Battlecry: The Protectors of – Etheria

Kings Call

Moi Moi Heroes

Shell’s Kitchen

From the series of free Steam games above, are there any that you have enjoyed? If you have played it, try sharing your experience in the comments column.

Indonesia Dominates Southeast Asia, Most Games Released on Steam

It’s really cool, Indonesia dominates Southeast Asia, as the country with the most games released on Steam. So far, there have been 256 titles that have visited the platform made by Valve.

Quoted by GameStation from X/Twitter Virtual SEAsia, Thursday (11/1/2024), Indonesia has always filled this top position over the past few years. If you look at the brief data shared by Kris Antoni, Founder and CEO of Toge Productions, it turns out that since 2019 local games in Indonesia have been leading.

Even the number of games launched each year has quite a difference, when compared to countries in Southeast Asia. The countries in question are Singapore, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Vietnam, Myanmar and Brunei.

Continuing, in second place is Thailand which is experiencing rapid growth. They managed to catch up with Singapore, which usually overshadows Indonesia every year, regarding the release of games on Steam.

A total of 158 indie games have been released in Thailand. Meanwhile, Singapore is in third place with a total of 134 games they have presented.

The following is a detailed ranking of countries in Southeast Asia whose games are released on Steam:

1.Indonesia – 256 games

2.Thailand – 158 games

3.Singapore – 134 games

4.Philippines – 92 games

5.Malaysia – 80 games

6.Vietnam – 40 games

7.Brunei – 7 games

8.Myanmar – 5 games

Unfortunately, Virtual SEA does not provide information about Indonesia’s ranking outside Southeast Asia. Maybe because their focus is only on collecting data on indie games in this region.

Even so, of course this is proof that the gaming industry in the country is growing. Plus various achievements that have been obtained by local game studios.

In 2023, local games entitled A Space for the Unbound by Mojiken, Rendezvous by Pendopo Creations, and Unplug by Goldlime Studios won awards at Level Up KL.

For A Space for the Unbound, it successfully won the Best Story Telling title. Unplug won in the Audience Choice Award category. Lastly, Rendezvous won two awards at once, namely the Grand Jury Award and Best Visual Art categories.

If you are curious about what Indonesian games are on Steam, you can visit this link: Virtual SEA has collected it into several parts.

Ouch, Game Engine Unity Company Will Lay Off 1,800 Employees

The wave of layoffs in the gaming industry continues. This time the sad news came again from Unity.

The game engine company will reportedly send home 1,800 of its workers. That number is around 25 percent of its total employees, quoted by Game Station from Reuters, Wednesday (10/1/2023).

This is the largest layoff in history that Unity has ever experienced. They hope that the dismissal process can be completed by the end of March 2024.

“We are reducing the number of things we do to focus on our core business and drive long-term success and profitability,” interim CEO Jim Whitehurst wrote in an internal memo sent to all employees on January 8.

But here Whitehurst does not provide specific details regarding the structural changes that will occur in Unity. Only a company spokesperson confirmed that there will indeed be updates in the future.

Yes, Whitehurst is the new CEO of Unity, after the previous John Ricetello decided to resign. This was done after the new policy issue which was protested by many game developers around the world.

The root of the problem lies in the new payment scheme which uses a pay per download system. In this scheme, Unity will charge fees for using the game engine based on the number of game installations, and it is said that this concept will be implemented on January 1, 2024.

As additional information, this is the fourth round of layoffs carried out by the company. More than 1,100 people were laid off in 2023, preceded by at least 200 layoffs in June 2022.

These latest layoffs continue a bad trend in the video game industry, which saw around six thousand jobs lost by 2023. It doesn’t look like things will get any better in 2024.

25 New Games Released in January 2024, There is Tekken 8

The beginning of 2024 opened with various new games released by developers. Starting from Ubisoft, Bandai Namco to Naughty Dog. The game genres released earlier this year are also very diverse.

This makes competition between games increasingly fierce in the market. However, each game is thought to have its own fans.

Here Game Station presents 25 games with 3 exciting games including The Last of Us Part II Remastered and Tekken 8.

The Last of Us II Remastered

This game made by Naughty Dog is a re-launched game because the initial version of this game was released in 2020. As a re-launched game (remastered), the developer provided various improvements such as increased 4K resolution in Fidelity mode and Performance mode.

Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth

This game is a sequel game to ‘Yakuza: Like a Dragon’ which was released in 2020. In this game, players can play two characters from the prequel game. Players who have finished ‘Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name’ are very suitable to play this game.

Tekken 8

Tekken 8 is the most awaited game because Tekken 7 was last released in 2015. This game from Bandai Namco Studios will be released with various new characters and smoother graphics. This is because Tekken 8 was developed using

Tekken 8’s storyline is also new and has a different fighting style. In fact, there are characters who are equipped with Mix Martial Arts (MMA) abilities.

New Games Released January 2024

Apart from the 3 exciting games above, there are 22 other games which will also be released in early 2024. Here is the list:

1. Turnip Boy Robs a Bank – PC, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch (January 18)

2. Another Code: Recollection – Nintendo Switch (January 19)

3. The Cub – PC, PS5, PS4, Nintendo Switch (January 20)

4. Stargate: Timekeepers – PC (January 23)

5. Enshrouded – PC (January 24)

6. Portal Revolution – PC (January 6)

7. Momodora: Moonlit Farewell – PC (January 11)

8. War Hospital – PC, PS5, Xbox Series X/S (January 11)

9. Sovereign Syndicate – PC (January 15)

10. Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown – PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One (January 15)

11. The Fancy Pants Adventures: Classic Pack – PC (January 16)

12. Bulletstorm VR – PC, PSVR 2 (January 18)

13. Anomaly Agent – PC, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch (January 24)

14. Under Night In-Birth II Sys:Celes – PC, PS5, PS4, Nintendo Switch (January 24)

15. Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney Trilogy – PC, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch (January 25)

16. Roots of Yggdrasil – PC (January 25)

17. Unforetold: Witchstone – PC (January 25)

18. Touhou Luna Nights – PS5, PS4 (January 25)

19. Go Mecha Ball – PC, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One (January 25)

20. Palworld – PC (January) No Case Should Remain Unsolved – PC (January)

21. No Case Should Remain Unsolved – PC (January)

22. Eastward Octopia – PC, Nintendo Switch (January 31)

Epic Games Holiday Sale 2023 Held, Game Discounts Up to 90%

It looks like gamers won’t be bored during the New Year holidays. The reason is that there are many quality games at low prices that you can enjoy.

Apart from the Steam Winter Sale 2023 which is being held by Valve, it turns out that Epic Games also has interesting offers for its fans. Through their newest program entitled Holiday Sale 2023, now gamers can add to their collection of games to play during the holidays.

The 2023 Holiday Sale actually took place from December 13th. Well, here Epic Games is holding it for approximately 29 days, which ends on January 10 2024.

Of course, this is encouraging news, because gamers can find a variety of cool games at quite large price cuts. Some of them, such as Hogwarts Legacy, get a 40 percent discount.

Epic Games doesn’t want to be outdone by Steam, which gives huge discounts

Then there is God of War which is priced at IDR 364,500, from the initial price of IDR 729 thousand. Apart from that, the game by Insomniac, namely Spider-Man Remastered, is also discounted by 40 percent, bringing the selling price to IDR 527,400 from IDR 879 thousand.

There are still many quality games that are getting discounts. As a reference, you can check the list below.

Who knows, maybe you might be interested in bringing him in. But keep in mind, the prices listed below are after discounts.

Alan Wake 2 – Rp. 456,400

Dead Island 2 – Rp. 395,400

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor – Rp. 379,500

Assassins Creed Mirage – Rp. 405,300

Red Dead Redemption 2 – Rp. 211,200

GTA V: Premium Edition – Rp. 150,375

The Last of US Part I – Rp. 588,930

Dead Space – Rp. 263,600

Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales – Rp. 437,400

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart – RP 588,930

Not only that, Epic Games also offers a series of games with even bigger discounts. Examples include the Victorian Admirals Marianas Incident 1887 (90 percent), Ash of Gods: Redemption (80 percent), Greak: Memories of Azur (70 percent), Botanicula (80 percent), The Lord of the Rings Return to Moria (50 percent) , EA Sports FC 24 (60 percent), and many more.

This is a list of PlayStation games that are selling well on PC

Even though Sony has never revealed data regarding PlayStation games that have been remastered for PC, it was recently revealed that these games are selling well on PC.

This information comes from leaked data that spread as a result of the ransomware attack on Insomniac Games. Of the 1TB of data spread around, one of them is the financial report of the game developer who is part of PlayStation Studios.

From one of the presentation slides distributed, it was revealed that the game, which was previously exclusive to PlayStation, also had successful sales when it was re-released on PC.

For example, Horizon Zero Dawn, which was released for PC in August 2020, or three years after it was first released for PlayStation. As of February 2023, the game has sold 3.3 million copies on Steam. That’s quite big for a game that is three years old.

What If All The Games Of PS, Can Be Play In PC ?

Then there is Days Gone which was brought to PC in May 2021 and God of War which was released on PC in January 2022. As of February 2023, the two games have sold 1.7 million copies and 2.5 million copies respectively.

It was also revealed that Spider-Man Remastered almost caught up with Days Gone’s sales in just six months. However, this is certainly not strange, because the Spider-Man game series has sold 33 million copies on PlayStation (and Days Gone only 5.8 million copies).

But of course there are also game series that were not successful when re-released on PC. For example, Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection, Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, and Sackboy: A Big Adventure, which sold less than 500 thousand copies. In fact, Sackboy only sold 63 thousand copies.

The weak sales of this series of games can be caused by many factors. For example, some of them are not very well known and the market preference is to wait for the presence of exclusive AAA games. For example, Gran Turismo will probably explode if it is re-released for PC.

Feeling lied to by developers, gamers give negative reviews to The Day Before

The Day Before’s gameplay did not live up to promises, making many gamers feel lied to and negative reviews rained down. It even went straight into the list of the worst Steam games.

It first appeared on December 7, 2023. Present as early access, it turns out it didn’t give a sense of satisfaction to those who played it.

The Day Before gathered more than 30 thousand gamers, who played simultaneously. But after finding out that what Fntastic was offering as the developer was not suitable, the number of players dropped drastically.

Of course this makes many fans angry. Many of them gave very poor ratings, and called the developer a fraud.

“The biggest fraud in the history of gaming,” expressed the frustration of a gamer in the review column.

“This is the biggest failure in gaming history, and I’m happy to be at the forefront of this disaster,” continued another gamer.

Game Station monitoring from various sources including the official page on Steam, Friday (15/12/2023), it was recorded that only 15% gave positive reviews, out of a total of 21,495 people who recorded their analysis. To the extent that The Day Before received the title Overwhelmingly Negative.

What’s worse, after releasing The Day Before, a few days later the company said it would stop operating. This means they are officially closed here.

“Today we are announcing the closure of Fntastic Studio. Unfortunately, The Day Before failed financially, and we lacked the funds to continue it,” said Fntastic.

Suddenly this news became a hot topic among gamers. Not a few people make fun of it and make it a joke. One of them came from Pash***** who said something like this, “Fntastic released The Day Before and closed down The Day After,” he wrote.

Even so, the company admitted that it did not take any money from purchasing the new game. Fntastic said gamers can get a refund.

“Mytona (publisher) and we are currently working with Steam to allow refunds for any player who chooses to request one, regardless of game time,” Fntastic said.

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