Archive for December 2010


Killzone 3 Hands-on Preview

It’s looking to be another sequel filled year and some of gaming’s biggest titles are out in full force.

By Paul Younger | 22 Dec 2010 | Comments Off

RIFT Beta 3 Dates Announced

Great news for Beta testers of Trion’s MMORPG RIFT as Trion they has just revealed that the third Beta test will be going live soon.

By Paul Younger | 22 Dec 2010 | Comments Off

Lionhead Unveils ‘Xmas Bonus’ For Kingmaker Players

Lionhead has announced a ‘Christmas bonus’ for players of its Fable III mobile phone game Kingmaker.

By Paul Younger | 22 Dec 2010 | Comments Off

Portal 2 Officially Dated Following EA Deal

Portal 2 has been officially dated in the UK, following a deal by EA to distribute the game for developer Valve.

By Paul Younger | 22 Dec 2010 | Comments Off

Free StarCraft II Demo Launched

Blizzard has today released a demo for StarCraft 2, offering gamers a chance to enjoy the single-player campaign and skirmish mode.

By Paul Younger | 22 Dec 2010 | Comments Off

Infinity Ward ‘Refused To Work With Treyarch On COD’

As the battle between Activision and the two Infinity Ward founders continue, it has now emerged that the acclaimed developer ‘refused to work with Treyarch’ on COD.

By Paul Younger | 22 Dec 2010 | Comments Off

EA Says Activision Lawsuit Is ‘Filled With Pettiness’

Electronic Arts has responded to Activision’s $400 million lawsuit, citing the move as ‘filled with pettiness’.

By Paul Younger | 22 Dec 2010 | Comments Off

Activision Sues EA For $400 Million

Activision has issued a $400 million dollar lawsuit against Electronic Arts in an ongoing battle between it and two former executives.

By Paul Younger | 22 Dec 2010 | Comments Off

Atari Details New Dungeons & Dragons Release

Atari has announced it will launch the first digital download title in the Dungeons & Dragons franchise Spring 2011 for PC, Xbox Live and PSN.

By Paul Younger | 22 Dec 2010 | Comments Off

RIFT Beta Test Analysis With Scott Hartsman

IncGamers recently caught up with RIFT’s Executive Producer and TRION CCO Scott Hartsman to find out how development and Beta testing of their of their upcoming MMORPG was progressing.

By Paul Younger | 22 Dec 2010 | Comments Off

RIFT Beta Test Analysis With Scott Hartsman

IncGamers managed to have a quick chat with Scott Hartsman, RIFT’s Executive Producer and TRION’S CCO to find out more about their upcoming MMORPG RIFT.

By Paul Younger | 21 Dec 2010 | Comments Off

Operation Flashpoint: Red River Biography Trailer #1

Codemasters has released the first in a series of gameplay biographies introducing key players in the game’s narrative.

By Paul Younger | 21 Dec 2010 | Comments Off

‘Non-Traditional MMO’ DC Universe Online Dated

The eagerly-awaited MMO DC Universe Online is, according to Sony, a ‘super-powered game you can play with your friends for months on end’.

By Paul Younger | 21 Dec 2010 | Comments Off

Report: ‘Avid Cataclysm Users Spend 30+ Hours Per Week With Game’

A game tracking application has revealed some interesting stats about World of Warcraft: Cataclysm players.

By Paul Younger | 21 Dec 2010 | Comments Off

New Hunted: The Demon Forge Trailer

Bethesda has released a new trailer for Hunted: The Demon Forge, the first trailer for InXile’s fantasy action title since E3 earlier this year.

By Paul Younger | 20 Dec 2010 | Comments Off

Diablo 3 Hands-On Preview: Quests and Dungeons

The IncGames Diablo 3 experts have whipped up a new lengthy hands-on report which goes in-depth with the game’s levels and quests.

By Paul Younger | 20 Dec 2010 | Comments Off

Developer Confirms Kinect Is Coming To PC

A Korean developer has told IncGamers that Microsoft is definitely bringing Kinect to PC, confirming its latest online title will feature support for the device.

By Paul Younger | 20 Dec 2010 | Comments Off

‘Gamers Prefer Infinity Ward Over Treyarch,’ Claims EA

The CEO of Electronic Arts has expressed doubt that gamers hold Black Ops developer Treyarch in as high regard as Infinity Ward.

By Paul Younger | 20 Dec 2010 | Comments Off