Archive for 4 November 2011
Tumbling blocks: Lego Universe to close in 2012
Sad news has been announced by developers NetDevil regarding Lego Universe.
Rainbow Six: Patriots wishes you an unhappy birthday
Ubisoft has released a ‘proof of concept’ video from Rainbow Six: Patriots features the worst birthday ever.
Fatshark is making a Krater
Fatshark has revealed that it is working on Krater, a top-down action-RPG based in post-apocalyptic Sweden.
Anno 2070 demo released
Blue Byte, Related Designs and Ubisoft (yep, they’re all working on this in some capacity) have issued a two mission demo for Anno 2070.
How desperate do you have to be to buy MW3 for $1,725?
People look forward to games, this much we know. Some people look forward to games more than others.
Marcus Fenix with wings – Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken [Review]
I love playing games. That’s stating the obvious, of course, but it needs to be said prior to the following: games rarely surprise me any more.
PC an ‘insecure platform’, says Call of Duty Elite dev
The launch of the Call of Duty Elite service on PC has been delayed while its developers, Beachhead, try to build a “safe environment” in which players can compete.
Australian politician: Ban all GTAs
We know next to nothing about its gameplay or content but a politician in Australia is already calling for GTA V to be banned.
Bioware co-founders to give BAFTA annual video games lecture
London, 3 November 2011: BAFTA today announces Dr. Ray Muzyka and Dr.