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Archive for 16 June 2009


Elder Scrolls On Steam

Bethesda has released a number of its Elder Scrolls products on Steam.

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IncGamers’ E3 2009 Awards

The IncGamers staff outline what stood out most at this year’s E3 conference.

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IncGamers’ E3 2009 Awards

If you’ve not been bothered to follow E3 completely, then you might want to have a look at this. 

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Console Versions Of Crysis 2 Will Not Be Compromised

Crytek CEO, Cevat Yerli, has stated console versions of the recently-confirmed Crysis 2 will not be compromised.

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IGTV: Batman: Arkham Asylum Interview

Batman discussed with Paul Crocker, Lead Narrative Designer, in this new video interview.

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Valve Encourages TF2 Fans To Tinker With Maps

Valve has released an update to the Source SDK for Team Fortress 2.The update includes .vmf files for many of the game’s official maps allowing budding map creators to tinker with existing maps before building their own.“For the beginner map makers out there, we hope this gives you an easier entry point by allowing you to alter or edit an existing map, as opposed to being forced to start from scratch,” says the official site.“For example, you could start by fine-tuning cover in Goldrush, alter the layout of Granary, or tweak the amount of health and ammo in Gravelpit.

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First FIFA 10 Developer Blog

EA has released the first installment of the FIFA 10 developer blog.Written by line producer David Rutter, the first entry covers the three main areas for improvement in the game: refining the gameplay, responding to fan feedback and innovation.Rutter states that around 70 per cent of the team’s efforts are concentrated on the first two items while the remaining 30 per cent was spent on innovation.Check out the blog here and stay tuned for our interview with David Rutter later this week.

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Monthly Fee For Call of Duty?

Activision may be considering charging Call of Duty owners for a premium online service, according to a recent survey.

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New Cities XL Shots

Monte Cristo has released seven new screenshots of the upcoming city-building MMO, Cities XL.The images, seen below, are a mixture of panoramic, street level and aerial views.

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New Wallace and Gromit Episode Out Now

Telltale Games has released the latest episode of Wallace and Gromit’s Grand Adventures on Steam.Episode 3, Muzzled, sees the arrival of a mysterious newcomer, Monty Muzzle, who is keen to rebuild the local dog shelter.

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New Champions Online Screens

Cryptic Studios has released eight new screenshots of superhero action from its upcoming MMO, Champions Online.The images show heroes in various predicaments, up against villains or even other heroes in PvP matches.

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Aliens: Colonial Marines Due Next Year

Gearbox president Randy Pitchford has revealed Aliens: Colonial Marines is still scheduled for release, although not this year.

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