Archive for March 2011
‘No plans’ to bring back developer score on Metacritic
Metacritic’s Mark Doyle says the site has “no plans” to reintroduce individual developer scores, after dropping them earlier this week.
Beenox reveal Spider-Man: Edge of Time
Marvel, Activision and Beenox have all taken time out of their busy days to announce a new Spider-Man title – Edge of Time.
Québec court grants Ubisoft injunction against THQ
Ubisoft has been granted an injunction by the court of Québec against fellow games company THQ, preventing the latter organisation from poaching further staff from Ubisoft’s Montreal studio.
Bohemia go civilian with Take On Helicopters
Bohemia Interactive, the fellows behind military sim ArmA II, are ditching the guns and taking up blades.
Junkers! It’s the IL-2 Sturmovik: Cliffs of Dover launch trailer
IL-2 Sturmovik: Cliffs of Dover’s release date has been twisting in the skies like a Hawker Hurricane, but is now (we hope) nailed down as 26 April in the US.
Brink to ‘bridge the gap between single player, co-op and multiplayer’
Richard Ham, Creative Director on Brink, says that the game will ‘bridge the gap between single player, co-op and multiplayer once and for all’ and that the industry too easily forgets ‘players reward bold innovation’.
TERA EU testing underway
Frogstar has selected pool of dedicated testers for their upcoming MMO TERA here in Europe and finally got testing underway.
Brink Q&A w/ Creative Director, Richard Ham – Part 1
It’s always nice to play something that feels fresh, original and exciting.
Fable 3 PC specs revealed
Lionhead confirm the recommended and required system specs for the PC edition of Fable III.
User-level portal coming to Steam version of Super Meat Boy
Get ready for 200+ new levels and a potentially infinite supply as Team Meat prepares to launch Super Meat World, an automated portal for user-created Super Meat Boy levels.
Leon baffled by first Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City trailer
The first trailer for Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City concludes with a visibly baffled Leon asking “what the hell is going on here?” It’s a pertinant question.
Jurassic Park unleashes the dinosaurs in latest trailer
Dinosaurs; they’re great aren’t they? Except when they’re gnawing on your face, obviously.
Max Payne 3 images released by Rockstar
The last few Max Payne 3 stories we’ve run have been about delays, so it’s nice to get a nod from Rockstar that now, finally, “he’s coming.”
Those words, along with a couple of images (recreated below) appeared in a twitter post from the company today.
Battlefield 3 – Fault Line Trailer Episode 3
EA and DICE show more of the upcoming shooter in action in this third teaser video.
ArenaNet outlines Guild Wars 2 convention plans
Fans of Guild Wars 2 will have the opportunity to find out more about the ArenaNet’s MMO this summer.
US pre-order trinkets detailed for Red Faction: Armageddon
The usual suspects of US retail are lining up to flash their trinkets and baubles at you in the hope you’ll pre-order Red Faction: Armageddon from them.
Pirates of Black Cove trailer shows Alpha gameplay
A new Pirates of Black Cove trailer has been set to sea by Nitro Games, showing a few in-game activities like base building and ship battles.
Anger management: Rage gets a novelisation
Bethesda and Del Ray Books have announced that Rage, id’s upcoming shooter, will be getting a novelisation.
New Star Wars: The Old Republic trailer shows Jedi Progression
There’s a new Star Wars: The Old Republic trailer at large, showing the path of progression for a Jedi warrior.
I am not a number: Metacritic drops dev ratings
Score-aggregation megasite Metacritic has dropped its recently-adopted ‘career scores’ for individual developers after what the site calls an “enthusiastic discussion” in the gaming press and online.