Archive for 17 March 2011
Mount & Blade: With Fire & Sword Preview
Mount & Blade: With Fire & Sword is a forthcoming stand-alone sequel in the Mount & Blade series.
Watch the Portal 2 TV spot
Valve release the ‘pre-order’ TV spot for their upcoming puzzler. Apparently, it’s “coming to a TV near you” soon.
PC Versions Of Saints Row 3 & Red Faction: Armageddon Done In-House
Encouraging news for PC owners looking forward to two of Volition’s upcoming titles; Saints Row: The Third and Red Faction: Armageddon.
Former Looking Glasser Doug Church Hired By Valve
Interesting news for fans of the Looking Glass Studios catalogue of games today, as Valve reveals that the company has hired Doug Church.
Valve rolls out Steam Guard
New security measure blocks “anyone attempting to login as you from an unrecognized computer or browser”.
GAME to launch consumer show this year
‘Gamefest’ will open its doors to videogame consumers 16-18 September this year at the Birmingham NEC.
THQ understands the appeal of pre-owned games
THQ’s CEO Brian Farrell says that he doesn’t want to see an end to pre-owned game sales but that it’s the publisher job is persuade consumers not to trade games in.
Square-Enix looking to next console generation
Square-Enix make plans to open a second Canadian studio in preparation for the next home-console generation.
Who should have won at the videogame BAFTAs?
Last night’s BAFTA’s honoured the gaming industry’s brightest and finest stars; Heavy Rain did particulary well, taking home three awards.
The full list of official results from the ceremony can be found here but, in the interest of ego, join IncGamers editorial staff, Peter Parrish, Tim McDonald and John Robertson as they share with you their opionions on which games ‘should’ have won some of the bigger awards.
World of Tanks Release Date Set
Wargaming.net reports World of Tanks to be gradually entering the release phase after nine successive months of closed and open beta testing that let the game recruit an impressive number of players building up a strong and responsive community that helped the development team enhance and polish the game by providing valuable feedback and reporting issues.
Activision vs. EA lawsuit approved
Activision has been given the all clear on three of the four legal claims it has filed against EA.
Videogame BAFTA Winners Announced
The videogame industry decended on London this evening for the UK’s Videogame BAFTAs and the list of winners are now in.