Archive for October 2011
The Darkness 2 is strikingly individual [Preview]
The Darkness 2 is not a game lacking in personality. From the comic book ink that lines each object, to the demonic midget that takes pleasure from farting in the mouths of dead enemies, it’s clear that (even from a mere 30 minutes of hands-on demo) this is an experience that revels in the stylish and delights in the nasty.
Jagged Alliance’s ‘Plan & Go’ system visualised
If, like me, you’re quite sure whether Jagged Alliance: Back in Action’s ‘Plan & Go’ control system means the game is turn-based or not, these images may help (a bit).
Mechwarrior Online revealed by Piranha
Much-rumoured, but now confirmed. Mechwarrior Online will be here in summer 2012.
Publisher and devs apologise for Sword of the Stars 2
I’ve not been actively following the release of Kerberos’ 4x strategy sequel Sword of the Stars 2, but from reading around it’s fair to say that it hasn’t gone well.
Home improvements: CitiesXL 2012 [Review]
Imagine a house. Just a simple, ordinary house. It’s functional and cosy, even well-designed when viewed from certain angles; but the extremities of the building have some ugly flaws.
This week’s releases (04/11/11)
Uncharted 3, Sonic Generations, GoldenEye 007: Reloaded.
No prizes for guessing which is the ‘big’ game this week with Naughty Dog’s Uncharted 3: Darke’s Deception finally coming to a store near you.
Battlefield 3 360 servers 95% fixed, we’re still not impressed
PS3 and PC servers are “solid”, apparently.
Been playing Battlefield 3 online over the past week or so?
Battlefield 3 week one sales better than all other Battlefields combined
17 Battlefield games since 2002, Battlefield 3 betters them all.
GfK Chart-Track, the organisation in charge of compiling sales lists in the UK, has revealed that Battlefield 3’s week one sales are better than the combined week one numbers of every other Battlefield game combined.
That’s some achievement considering that there have been 17 Battlefield games since the 2002 release of Battlefield 1942, including the very respectable numbers put up by the console-focused Battlefield: Bad Company 1 and 2.
Battlefield 3 is currently sitting atop the UK charts.
Battlefield 3 goes straight to the top in the UK
EA DICE’s shooter leads chart in first week.
Released this past Friday throughout Europe, Battlefield 3 has (unsurprisingly) knocked Batman: Arkham City from pole position and taken up residence there itself.
TERA celebrates Halloween with new shots and trailer
A new trailer and screens celebrate Halloween.
Frogster has released a new Halloween themed trailer for their MMO along with a batch of spooky shots from the game.
Getting deep with Hydrophobia: Prophecy [PS3 Review]
Well, this is a first. I’m not talking about reviewing Hydrophobia, obviously; I’ve done that three times already (three times!
The Making of Uncharted 3 – Part 2 [Interview]
Released earlier this week, we presume many of you are well on your way to completing Nathan Drake’s third adventure (if you haven’t already done so).
The Making of Uncharted 3 – Part 1 [Interview]
It’s a rarity, but some games take you by storm. Honoured with only the third 10/10 in IncGamers’ history, Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception is one of those games.
The Week That Was… (ending 30/10/11)
Uncharted 3 and Battlefield 3 reviews, as well as the announcement of Grand Theft Auto V.
Battlefield 3: Back To Karkand screens and date
EA released six new shots earlier to announce an estimated date for the Back to Karkand Battlefield 3 DLC.
Official Skyrim podcast goes live
Bethesda has released the first developer podcast for Skyrim which is due for released on 11 November.
6(66) of the best horror games for Halloween 2011
Your guide to gloom, your textbook to terror.
Horror games are difficult beasts to make.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution soundtrack due in November
Deus Ex: Human Revolution was heavy on atmosphere, and a lot of that was down to Michael McCann’s impressive score.
World of Darkness MMO is safe, says Senior Producer
Chris McDonough, Senior Producer on CCP’s World of Darkness MMO, has updated the community on the state of the game following company staff reductions.
Portal 2’s level creator looks super easy
Screenshots from Portal 2’s forthcoming free level creator make it look nice and simple.
Hunt The Thing’s trailer
Neverdie’s tie-in MMO to The Thing’s prequel film will be holding a Halloween event, and has a trailer to celebrate.
Men of War: Vietnam patch reduces game’s difficulty
If ever a game needed a patch to reduce it’s difficulty, it’s Men of War: Vietnam.
Blizzard CEO apologises for anti-gay BlizzCon slurs
During BlizzCon Cannibal Corpse’s George Fisher took to the stage to perform with Blizzard’s in-house band Level 90 Epic Tauren Chieftain but it backfired.
RIFT Halloween trailer
It’s time to get spooky with a new trailer from TRION.
New XIII: Lost Identity screens
New screens drop for the next XIII title show puzzle solving.
New Modern Warfare 3 trailer up on Redbox
The Call of Duty Modern: Warfare 3 hype starts to build with a new trailer.
BioShock Infinite actors discuss Booker and Elizabeth
Irrational Games discuss the characters of Booker and Elizabeth in this new video.
BioWare confirm Mass Effect 3 multiplayer DLC
Maps? Characters? Weapons? Other?
BioWare has confirmed to IncGamers that the multiplayer component for the upcoming space-opera that is Mass Effect 3 will be supported with post-launch DLC.
Aaryn Flynn, general manager at BioWare Edmonton, told us in very a concise manner that:
“We’re working out the exact plans right now, but there will be DLC for both single player and multiplayer campaigns.”
So, there you go.
Grappling with Guacamelee [Interview]
When Drinkbox Studios revealed a game that combines a Luchador protagonist, metroidvania style gameplay and the Mexican Day of the Dead festival, we knew we had to find out more.
Trine 2 pre-purchase now on Steam
Frozenbyte has opened up the Trine 2 pre-orders on Steam.
If you’re going to commit to a copy of Trine 2 then now is the time to get your orders in on Steam.