In the wake of Steam's numerous sales throughout the year, it's easy to forget that other PC sales occur. Such is the case with Blizzard's annual sale, which is going on right now and features some of Blizzard's biggest titles. World of Warcraft is discounted to $5. For $10, you can pick up Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty and Startcraft II: Heart of the Swarm, while Diablo III and Diablo III: Reaper of Souls come in at $20. Are any of these titles worth the price? If so, you might want to pick them up while you can. The Blizzard sale is only active through next Tuesday!

The latest Humble Bundle brings you the ability to pay what you want for both new and classic SEGA titles. Featuring a selection valued at $128, the base package includes NiGHTS Into Dreams, Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed, and the Dreamcast Collection, featuring SEGA Bass Fishing, Sonic Adventure DX Director's Cut, Space Channel 5 Part 2, and Crazy Taxi. In addition, buyers receive the Caesar in Gaul DLC for Total War: Rome II and the Miles' Tactic DLC for Football Manager 2015, though you will need the base game to be able to use these.

The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth is a new and improved version of Edmund McMillen's original hit game, but the experience is far from over. McMillen is already hard at work on an expansion (which he'll be outlining to publisher Nicalis after the holidays are over), and it's a big one! McMillen says the expansion includes "a new game mode that will almost double the amount of things you can do." Additionally, the expansion will add more enemies, more bosses, new areas, plenty of items, and even a new playable character. 

Popular story-driven video game developer Telltale Games is taking on the Game of Thrones series, and it starts soon! The developer announced via Twitter that episode one, Iron From Ice, will hit Mac, PC, and PlayStation 4 (in North America) on December 2. It will launch on Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 4 (in Europe) on December 3. Finally, it rolls out on iOS on December 4. Just a few more days!

The price-dropping spree that is Black Friday is upon us, and game companies are taking note. They're slashing prices and bringing out several bundle deals today, including a reduction of $50 off their Xbox One console.

This will bring the price down to a mere $349, so you are unlikely to see these kinds of prices again. If you don't fancy battling your way through the local games retailer to get one, Microsoft are also selling it from their website.

Read more after the jump!

Humble Bundle has often come under fire for offering games for next to nothing. Aside from offering good deals for gamers, we don't usually hear about anything else. However, Humble Bundle does often help the games it offers. Insurgency from the Humble Jumbo Bundle 3 from a few weeks ago is one of those games. In addition to a personal copy of Insurgency, the Jumbo Bundle included an additional three gift copies. New World Interactive creative director Jeremy Blum has since released some numbers about the Insurgency community stating that, since the bundle went live, the number of Insurgency players has doubled. Head inside to see his statement!

In a news post on the Ori and the Blind Forest website, Moon Studios announced that the game will be delayed. While players experienced pieces of the game at E3, Gamescom, and Tokyo Gameshow, the studio does not feel the title is quite ready to be released. That's excellent news for those of you wishing to finish recently released games from this year.

Head past the jump for a quote from Moon Studios!

Assassin's Creed Unity has had a rocky launch to say the least, from various bugs including characters appearing without a face to horrible frame rate drops on all of its released platforms. Ubisoft has acknowledged these problems and aims to release a patch on November 26th that targets and fixes over 90 bugs including frame rate and game crashes.

Ubisoft recently detailed the exact patch details on a forum post, including literally hundreds of tweaks they will be making in the game's third patch. Some fixes are mission-specific, while others are for changes made to fix the general running of the game.

Head past the jump to read more about this upcoming patch.

Luftrausers is a fun, addicting airplane-based shoot 'em up set in the World War II era. You play as the test pilot of an experimental aircraft, and your mission is to blow as much stuff up as possible. Released on March 18 of this year, Luftrausers is available on PC as well as the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. Featuring over 125 plane combinations, tons of replayability, and a burning desire to one-up yourself, Luftrausers is easily my favorite game to come from the PlayStation Plus program this month.

Luftrausers brings a new take on shoot 'em ups. Most titles in the genre feature a craft that is fixed in a particular direction, and thus you are stuck firing in that direction. With Luftrausers, however, you still shoot forward, but you have a full 360 degrees of motion. This allows you to quickly turn around and shoot the enemies behind you. Thus, Luftrausers can more accurately be placed in the multidirectional shooter subgenre.

The launch of Assassin's Creed Unity was plagued with an unusually high number of glitches, and many have yet to be fixed. Ubisoft has responded to the harsh criticisms with both an apology and some gifts for fans. Anyone who bought Unity will be able to download the upcoming Dead Kings DLC for free. Additionally, those who purchased the game's now discontinued season pass will be given a free game of their choice from a selection of (relatively) recent Ubisoft launches. Hit the jump to check out the game list and Ubisoft's apology.