Archive for 5 May 2011
Deus Ex: Human Revolution can be played across five monitors
The PC version of Deus Ex: Human Revolution will be playable across five monitors with AMD’s Eyefinity function.
Smithsonian reveals titles for ‘Art of Video Games’ exhibition
Last February the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington DC launched a vote, asking which games should be included in an exhibition entitled ‘The Art of Video Games.’ Those results are now in.
Star Wars: The Old Republic could slip to 2012
EA are keeping a tight lid on the release date of Star Wars: The Old Republic, which yesterday disappeared from the publisher’s release schedule.
Ubi announce Assassin’s Creed: Revelations
Finale to Ezio’s story due November.
The third Assassin’s Creed title to feature Mr Ezio Auditore da Firenze promises to that us on a journey “in the footsteps of his legendary mentor, Altair”, that’s according to the Ubisoft press release received by IncGamers today.
Super Meat Boy level editor on Steam
Free update allows players to design their own sadistic arenas of death.
AION 2.5 update details and dates
NCSoft are set to kick live the AION v2.5 update on the 25th of May called the Empyrean Calling.
Dead Block announced
Zombies just never seem to go out of fashion when it comes to video games and the latest game announcement to include the incredibly stupid walking dead is Dead Block.
Rage The Shrouded gameplay trailer
Another new trailer for id’s FPS Rage has just dropped as a nice teaser.
Brink training – Command Posts
Another training video arrives as we lead up to the release of Splash Damage’s FPS.
Duke Nukem Forever shrinkage trailer
Not lomng now until Duke arrives and the ‘ What would Duke do?’ trailer series continues.
Mass Effect 3 Delayed
Concluding part to the space-opera trilogy now expected Q1 2012.
EA have confirmed that BioWare’s eagerly anticipated Mass Effect 3 will see a delay that pushed it out of the originally planned ‘Holiday 2011′ release window.
Star Wars: The Old Republic Hands-On
I like Star Wars as much as the next guy. I know what lightsabers, Ewoks and tie-fighters are but I’m hardly an obsessive – for example, I couldn’t tell you the theory behind midi-chlorians, what material goes into Storm Trooper’s armour or how Chewbacca manages to wipe his arse.
Mortal Kombat Review
Unlike other beat ‘em ups, Mortal Kombat has never needed to rely on perfectly nailing its technical aspects.