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Archive for 31 March 2010


Evony Libel Case Against Brit Blogger Dropped

The lawsuit against British gaming blogger Bruce Everiss by American games company Evony has been dropped, it was revealed today.

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Simbin Announces New GTR Game

SimBin has announced that it has begun work on a new GTR game.The game will reportedly go back to the roots of the SimBin racing games, while “offering a brand new take on the basic concept of ‘easy to drive, hard to master.’”The game is also set to feature a step up in realism, visuals, and immersion, and will feature new online features and activities in addition to “a very comprehensive DLC plan.”The game, as yet unnamed, is scheduled for launch in 2011.

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New Lost Planet 2 Multiplayer Screens

Capcom has released a new set of Lost Planet 2 multiplayer screenshots.These oh-so-pretty screens depict the Turbulent Jungle map – the one that’s due to hit in this week’s demo for those who have early access – and feature big guns, bigger robots, and even bigger explosions.

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Former SCEE President Joins Capcom

Capcom has announced that it has appointed David Reeves as the Chief Operating Officer of Capcom Entertainment Europe.Reeves was formerly the president and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment Europe, having worked with the company for 14 years during which time he set up operations in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, and oversaw the launch of the PlayStation across Europe.“I established a close working relationship with Capcom during my time at Sony and have always admired its commitment to push boundaries and develop innovative titles,” gushed Reeves.

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Final Fantasy XIV Details Emerge

A large amount of information about the upcoming MMO Final Fantasy XIV was released on the official Japanese site yesterday, revealing a number on interesting facts about the game.

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Age Of Conan Patch 1.07 Update Live

Funcom has pushed the latest update for Age of Conan live, which contains the Shrines of Bori, a new objective-based PvP feature.

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The Silver Lining Interview

Tim McDonald has a chat with the directors of the King’s Quest fangame, The Silver Lining, about the C&D and whether this is the end for the game.

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The Silver Lining Interview

The Silver Lining, an unofficial King’s Quest sequel developed by fans in their spare time, had been in the works for eight years when Activision shut the game down.

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Bill Roper Appointed Cryptic’s CCO

Cryptic Studios has revealed that Bill Roper, the former executive producer of Champions Online, has now taken on the role of Chief Creative Officer within the company.

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Heroes Of Newerth Begins Open Beta

S2 Games have stated that their closed beta is coming to a close today at 4:00 PM PST,  heralding the start of the game’s open beta test.This is to coincide with the release of their new front interface, matchmaking and general polish 0.3.1 patch.Although it is a marked improvement to stability in the chat system there are still major flaws with certain aspects.

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Quake Collection Cheap On Steam

Steam has dropped the price of all Quake games by 50%.Fans of Quake are to benefit from this week’s Midweek Madness deal on Steam, which drops the price of each Quake game on the service by 50%, and the Quake Collection by further.While Quake IV isn’t available on Steam, all other mainseries Quake games are – Quake, Quake: Scourge of Armagon, Quake: Dissolution of Eternity, Quake 2, Quake 2: The Reckoning, Quake 2: Ground Zero, Quake 3, and Quake 3 Team Arena.Separately, Quake and Quake 2 each cost £2.99 GBP, each expansion costs £1.49 GBP, while the Quake 3 titles are both bundled together for £6.99 GBP.

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Darksiders Coming To PC

Darksiders is getting a PC release in June.RockPaperShotgun has word that the enjoyable biblical macho hack-and-slasher will be getting a PC release sometime around June, with Vigil Games’ David Adams noting that it’s going to contain all the bells and whistles PC users expect.“We are really excited to have the opportunity to bring Darksiders to the global PC audience,” said Adams.

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Blacklight: Tango Down Screens, Details

Ignition Entertainment has revealed details on its forthcoming digitally-distributed multiplayer-focused FPS, Blacklight: Tango Down.

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