San Diego Comic-Con has become a hotbed of game announcements and events for reasons we don't fully grasp just yet. That said, we'll be keeping an eye out for announcements from the show next week -- beyond the already expected reveal of 38 Studios' first title and that Spore action-RPG we've been hearing about, that is. In the meantime, check out what Big Download's been reporting on for the past seven days.
- Guide to Team Fortress 2 Engineer Achievements: The long awaited Engineer update for Team Fortress 2 is here and we're going over all the new Steam achievements that Valve added to the class. Check out part one, part two, part three and part four now.
- Reviews: Peep our final verdicts for Tropico 3: Absolute Power and Dragon Age: Origins -- Leliana's Song.
- Interviews: We chat with the devs behind upcoming games Grim Dawn and Natural Selection 2.
- Contest: You still have time to enter to win one of five digital download copies of Elemental: War of Magic. Get to it!
- Tidalis demo: Try out a sample of this just released puzzle game in both PC and Mac flavors.
- James Bond 007: Blood Stone Debut Trailer: Have a look at the first gameplay footage from the upcoming Bizarre Creations-developed action game.
- Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 trailer: Another year, another Pro Evolution Soccer. The first trailer for 2011's edition is right here!
- Sword of the Stars 2 teaser trailer: Check out the cinematic to the upcoming space strategy sequel.
- League of Legends cinematic trailer: It's some CGI goodness to promote Riot Games' free-to-play title.
- Day of Defeat Source Mac version available on Steam
- Garry's Mod coming to the Mac
- The Ball to be published by Tripwire Interactive this fall
- Natural Selection 2 alpha test coming July 26 for pre-orders
- Exclusive: Zombie confirms Blacklight Tango Down 2 in the works
- StarCraft II digital distribution pre-orders now available
- Final StarCraft II retail version system requirements revealed
- A Game of Thrones: Genesis announced
- Alien Swarm to be released by Valve as free game on Monday
- OnLive extends free Founding Members program to Labor Day