Archive for 29 June 2011
Utah Representative drops ‘violent game’ bill
After the Supreme Court ruled in favour of the EMA over California’s ‘violent game’ bill, Utah Representative Michael Morley says he will no longer pursue his own (slightly different) videogame bill.
Respawn reveal Loch Ness game. Possibly.
Respawn Entertainment, the developer set up by former Infinity Ward chaps Jason West and Vince Zampella, has published a very blurry screenshot.
Dead Block invites you to kill zombies with a sunbed
I know, I know, zombie fatigue is hitting videogame buyers pretty hard.
Crusader Kings II gets all genealogical
The latest developer monologue video for Crusader Kings II wants to explain medieval family trees to you.
Guild Wars 2 screenshot blowout
Over 100 new unique and exclusive screenshots added.
These new screens were captured directly by IncGamers during a hands-on event in which we played in various areas as both low and high level characters, as well as raided a dungeon with our friends from ArenaNet.
Interview: Designing Guild Wars 2 – Part 1
Apparently, making an MMO is not easy. I can’t see why, thousands of players, constant updates, exhaustive levelling, loot and guild systems… sounds easy if you ask me.
Despite that, we sat down once again with ArenaNet’s Eric Flannum, lead game designer on Guild Wars 2, to chat about how the MMO space has changed since the first Guild Wars, how the team generate new ideas and the difficulty in making each player feel unique and valued.
First World of Warcraft free to play model announced
Last night Blizzard revealed a new free to play sub model for new players joining Azeroth.
World of Tanks Update 6.5 rolls out
Wargaming.Net is set to release the next update for their tank MMO tomorrow.