Archive for June 2011
L.A. Noire confirmed for PC
Will support 3D, graphical enchancements and keyboard remapping.
Rockstar have confirmed to IncGamers today that L.A.
RIFT v1.3 patch deployed
TRION has released the US and EU v1.3 patch in the early hours of this morning.
Shadows of the Damned Review
Shadows of the Damned gave me a Boner. When the going got tough, it even let me fire a ‘sticky payload’ in the face of the Underworld’s most ghastly creatures.
A Communal Evening With: Frozen Synapse
Frozen Synapse came out at the end of May, but in order to avoid it getting lost in the utter madness of E3 we’ve held this Communal Evening With back until now.
Magicka adds free PvP
As anyone who’s familiar with Magicka will know, players killing one another is nothing new.
Fresh Fallout: New Vegas DLC due next month
Old World Blues coming in July, new update also promised to fix ‘performance and stability.’
Bethesda have today confirmed that the third DLC mini-story for Fallout: New Vegas will be available 19 July on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Windows PC.
The Lord of the Rings: War in the North Beleram gameplay vignette
The latest Lord of the Rings: War in the North trailer once again features the giant Belaram eagle.
World of Warcraft Cataclysm hits China next month
Released around seven months ago. Blizzard are now ready to uuinleash their expansion on China.
Mount & Blade: With Fire & Sword gets sizeable update
Much as I love the Mount & Blade series, I found Fire & Sword to be lacking the necessary finesse to pull off the introduction of firearms.
Walmart & Gaikai team up to provide streaming demos
‘Cloud gaming’ service Gaikai has landed a hefty retailer partnership deal with Walmart.
Red Orchestra 2 calls comrades to arms on 30 August
FPS players of the world, unite; you have nothing to lose but your killstreaks.
Star Wars: The OId Republic dated?
UK based retailer ShopTo has posted a release date for the upcoming MMO.
The Art of Deus Ex: Human Revolution
Deus Ex: Human Revolution’s approach to visual design is striking. Our conversation back in April with the game’s art director Jonathan Jacques Bellete revealed a host of influences, from the original game to cyberpunk to Renaissance-era fashion and art.
Gods and Heroes Launches
Heatwave Interctive’s new MMO Gods & Heroes launches today in North America.
Mythos Guild system gets buffed
Frogster are expanding the recently introduced guild system for their online action RPG Mythos.
LEGO Universe opening free to play zones
Lego Universe is going partially free to play starting from this August.
GameRanger explains why multiplayer was axed from GRID
A couple of days ago Codemasters announced they would stop supporting the multiplayer for their racer GRID.
Ken Levine talks more Bioshock Infinite
A couple of new videos today for Bioshick Infinite with Ken Levine
Creative Director for Bioshock Infintite Ken levine discusses the Columbia’s factions at War and Sky-Lines in these new videos.
Lulzsec suspect arrested
For the past few weeks the group known as Lulzsec has been running rampage attacking websites in an attempt to hack or take them offline and today a UK man has been arrested.
EVE Online’s Incarna 1.0 releases today
Today CCP will release the Incarna v1.0 update for their MMO, in about an hours time ot be exact.
Take-Two: Duke Nukem will be back
But, perhaps not in videogame form…
Duke Nukem’s EGO is so bad that not even terrible review scores can dent his confidence or public visibility, Duke Nukem Forever scores currently averaging around 5/10.
Not ‘armless: End of Nations ‘combined arms’ trailer
There’s shooting, explosions and more shooting in this new in-game footage from Petroglyph/Trion’s End of Nations.
Rumours circulate about a Valve free-to-play title
Translation is a tricky thing, and it can cause all sorts of mishaps in the realms of news.
King Arthur: Fallen Champions coming before King Arthur II
Were you expecting another King Arthur before King Arthur II? Me neither, but we’re getting one.
No man is an island: Tropico 4 trailer
El Presidente is a powerful man; he can hire and fire ministers, put up a selection of fresh buildings and even have people killed.
Grid multiplayer support axed by Codemasters
Just three years after its release, the PS3 and PC multiplayer support for Race Driver: Grid has ceased.
Zumba Fitness on top
The week kicked off with a set of new UK all-format charts.
Journey and EA dominate E3 2011 awards
The PSN-only title and the American mega-publisher take home eight gongs between them.
Dungeon Siege 3 Review
In recent years it seems that I’ve been spoilt by the quality and imagination offered by Western RPGs.
IncGamers RIFT Interview with Community Director Cindy Bowens
Last week at E3 we dropped by TRION to see how things were going with RIFT.