Archive for July 2010
Left 4 Dead 2 Patch Goes Live
Valve has released a new patch for the PC version of Zombie shooter Left 4 Dead 2.
Bloodlines Writer Explores RPG Morality
You may not have heard of DoubleBear Productions, or even of Brian Mitsoda, the company’s founder.
StarCraft 2 Save Game Woes
With StarCraft 2 being so heavily integrated with Battle.Net, gamers who purchased the game are becoming frustrated with the way in which the game stores single player progress when logged into Battle.Net.
Star Trek Online Season 2 Launched
Cryptic has launched Season 2: Ancient Enemies for Star Trek Online.
Linkin Park And EA Team Up
EA has confirmed Linkin Park will headline the in-game soundtrack for upcoming shooter Medal of Honor.
Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days CCTV Videos
A few new videos for Kane & lynch 2: Dog Days have come our way this afternoon featuring gritty CCTV footage action from the game.
BioWare Talks Multiple Dialogue Options For DA2
BioWare has squashed the recent rumour of only three dialogue choices for Dragon Age 2.
Ubisoft Confirms Release Dates For HAWX, RUSE And Driver
The latest release schedule from Ubisoft confirms release dates for some of the company’s biggest titles.
CBI Outlines Assessment Of Creative Industries
The UK’s top business lobbying organisation, CBI has released a report outlining the importance of protecting the UK’s creative industries, especially during the recession.
Live Gamer Will Handle EA Microtransactions
EA has employed the monetisation platform Elements from Live Gamer to maximise revenue from its microtransaction-based projects.
StarCraft 2 Paris Launch Video
If you’re a StarCraft fan you are probably playing the game, but if you’re yet to get your hands on it, Blizzard pulled out the big guns in Paris for the launch last night with Dustin Browder makiing a special appearance.
Orange.co.uk Pulls Early Starcraft II Review
The ever-alert GJAIF brings news of dishonest reviewing over at Orange.co.uk.
Modern Warfare 2 Players Protest Valve Anti-Cheat Innocence
Doubts are being raised over the infallibility of Valve’s Anti-Cheat system (VAC,) after an unknown number of Modern Warfare 2 players were banned over the last few days.