Archive for 15 February 2011
Cities In Motion – Overview Video
Finnish developers Colossal Order have released a new video in which CEO Mariina Hallikainen talks through the features present in Cities In Motion.
BT Users Experience RIFT Open Beta Latency Issues
UK based BT users were dismayed to discover that their connections during the RIFT open Beta test are being throttled by BT’s anti peer to peer system which throttles any traffic deemed to be peer to peer traffic.
Alice: Madness Returns, Third Teaser Trailer
Visiting Wonderland is clearly bad for your mental health. Poor old Alice is having a hard time figuring out whether the giant, hookah-smoking moth is even on her side or not.
Total War: Shogun 2 Demo Announced
A demo of Total War: Shogun 2 will be made available through Steam later this month, Creative Assembly has announced.
Darkspore – Beta Trailer
Maxis and EA have released a new Darkspore trailer, featuring a little bit of creature customisation and a dash of combat, directing people towards beta sign-ups for the action-RPG-with-a-hint-of-Spore.
Duke Nukem Pre-Order Bonuses Revealed For US
The US version of the Duke Nukem Forever pre-order page has revealed a couple of extra incentives with certain retailers.
Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood Hits PC In March
Staggering into the party late with a knife in its back, the PC version of Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood will finally see release in mid-March.
Twitter Support Added to RIFT
A couple of nights ago, TRION hinted that Twitter support would be added to their upcoming MMORPG RIFT which goes into Open Beta in two hours time.
UbiSoft Confirms New Assassin’s Creed Game
UbiSoft has announced plans to release a new packaged Assassin’s Creed game this year.
Saints Row 3 Announcement ‘Next Month’?
The executive vice president of THQ could well unveil details of Saints Row 3 next month, after making enticing comments on his Twitter page today.
Tesco Slashes Price Of Games And Hardware
Tesco has slashed the price off of its full range of games and hardware after announcing a VAT-free promotion meaning it now has some of the cheapest prices around.