Archive for 29 January 2010
Settlers 7 Trailer: The Economy
Video covering the economy in the latest Settlers game
R.U.S.E. To Include Replay Feature
Developers working on the upcoming R.U.S.E. game have revealed that there will be a replay feature, allowing players to share their favourite battles with others.
Official StarCraft II System Requirements
The official StarCraft II Beta system requirements have been released. Blizzard has obviously aimed as low as possible, to include a significant portion of PC users.
Early Sword Of The Stars 2 Details Emerge
Paradox Interactive and Kerberos Productions have announced Sword of the Stars II.Sword of the Stars II reacquaints players with the six races present in the first game and throws in the Suul’ka, an ancient race responsible for “tampering” with the other races.The Suul’ka – despite presumably being on the register – have “unique drive technology” which is going to make them interesting to experiment with, but it’s still all about making the game simple to play yet hard to master.”Sword of the Stars 2 will be far more than just a sequel where the graphics have been tuned up and a new unit or two thrown in,” says Martin Cirulis, the CEO of Kerberos.
APB Podcast Episode 16: The Music Editor
A look at the music editor in APB, as described by developers Chris Collins and Stewart Ross
EA Sports FIFA Online Announced, New Screens
EA has announced that EA Sports FIFA Online, a free-to-play online version of its best-selling FIFA franchise, is being developed.
LOTRO: New Content Patch Announced
The next content patch for Turbine’s MMO Lord of the Rings Online has been announced, bringing more Middle-earth mayhem to fans of the game.
Fallen Earth’s Future Patch Details Revealed
Developers of the post-apocalyptic MMO Fallen Earth have released a State of the Game report, revealing tonnes of new content planned for the game.
Star Trek Online: What’s Next
Cryptic Studios has updated fans on its plan for the future of Star Trek Online, now that the game’s launch is just around the corner.
Grand Theft Auto 4 DLC Dated For PS3 And PC
Rockstar Games has announced that Grand Theft Auto IV’s DLC packs – The Lost and the Damned, and The Ballad of Gay Tony – will be coming to PS3 and PC.They’re due out on 30 March in the form of an Episodes from Liberty City bundle – the DLC compilation which initially came out on Xbox 360 – as well as via digital download through the PlayStation Network or Games for Windows LIVE.“It’s been a long time coming, but we are proud to finally deliver Episodes from Liberty City for the PC and PlayStation 3,” said Rockstar’s Sam Houser.
Largest Borderlands DLC To Date Announced
Gearbox and 2K Games have announced The Secret Armory of General Knoxx, a new DLC pack for Borderlands.The big thing about The Secret Armory of General Knoxx, it seems, is that it raises the level cap, giving “new challenges and opportunities for growth for characters from around 34 to level 50.”Entirely new weapons and items are mentioned, as well as “brutal, never-before-seen enemies in a huge environment complete with tons of brand new missions.”Sounds good to us.