Archive for December 2011


Dead Island ships over 3 million

Since its launch in September, Dead Island has shipped over three million copies worldwide.

By Paul Younger | 21 Dec 2011 | Comments Off

Limbo coming to Steam in Jan, on Mac now

Developer PlayDead had previously promised that monochromatic side-scroller Limbo would make its way onto the Mac App Store before the end of the year.

By Paul Younger | 21 Dec 2011 | Comments Off

Game of the Year 2011: #5 – The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

Read our original Skyrim review
Keep track of our Game of the Year 2011 Countdown 
Everyone talks about the dragon battles in Skyrim.

By Paul Younger | 21 Dec 2011 | Comments Off

Dragon Age 3 taking ideas from Skyrim

Dragon Age 3 hasn’t been officially anounced yet, but BioWare are already talking about it.

By Paul Younger | 21 Dec 2011 | Comments Off

World of Tanks breaches 18 million registered users

World of Tanks, the tank-based free-to-play MMO, has surpassed 18 million registered users.

By Paul Younger | 21 Dec 2011 | Comments Off

5 Best Games of 2011 reveal starts tonight

If you’re a regular reader then you’ll already know that we’ve been counting down our top 25 games of 2011, one a day for the past 20 days. 
Well, today is the day that we begin our top five countdown – ending with the crowing of the year’s best game on Christmas Day. 
You can review which games have made our list thus far, by visiting our Game of the 2011 Countdown hub.

By Paul Younger | 21 Dec 2011 | Comments Off

Skyrim PC update 1.3.10 is out now

Skyrim’s update 1.3.10 has been released on PC, providing support for 4GB of RAM.

By Paul Younger | 21 Dec 2011 | Comments Off

Merry Christmas from RIFT [video]

The festive spirit is alive at TRION and they want to wish all RIFT players a Merry Christmas through a new video.

By Paul Younger | 21 Dec 2011 | Comments Off

Syndicate denied classification in Australia

The Australian Classification Board has refused classification to EA’s forthcoming ‘re-imagining’ of Syndicate as a first-person-shooter, effectively banning it from sale in the country.

By Paul Younger | 20 Dec 2011 | Comments Off

Game of the Year 2011: #6 – L.A. Noire

L.A. Noire is unusual in that what makes it so good are the things that most games shy away from – either through a lack of confidence or a belief that such things are unnecessary and get in the way of the gameplay.

By Paul Younger | 20 Dec 2011 | Comments Off

Relic working on new Company of Heroes

The latest issue of PC Gamer reports that Relic are working on a new entry into the Company of Heroes series.

By Paul Younger | 20 Dec 2011 | Comments Off

Be immortalised as a Max Payne 3 character

Are you wanting to become a videogame stat? Rockstar are giving Max Payne 3 fans the chance to get their likeness in game.

By Paul Younger | 20 Dec 2011 | Comments Off

Christmas lights synced to Battlefield 3 theme

As we get closer to Christmas we’re all getting into the festive spirit here at IncGamers and the gaming community is also joining in.

By Paul Younger | 20 Dec 2011 | Comments Off

Star Wars: The Old Republic launches

It’s 20 December which means that Star Wars: The Old Republic has now officially launched.

By Paul Younger | 20 Dec 2011 | Comments Off

Marvel Universe Online now Marvel Heroes

Gazzillion Entertainment have been busy working away on the upcoming Marvel MMO but have decided that the name Marvel Universe Online was just not cutting it.

By Paul Younger | 20 Dec 2011 | Comments Off

It’s Smuggler vs Sith in this Old Republic showdown [video]

BioWare has released the final installment in its ‘Choose your side’ series, in which various developers talk about a pair of classes from Star Wars: The Old Republic.

By Paul Younger | 19 Dec 2011 | Comments Off

A pair of Quantum Conundrum screens appear

Quantum Conundrum, you might recall, is a game designed by Kim Swift (former lead designer on a little game named Portal) and under development at Airtight Games.

By Paul Younger | 19 Dec 2011 | Comments Off

Steam’s mega holiday sale gets interactive

It’s not at all unusual for Steam to launch a gigantic holiday sale encompassing Christmas and New Year, but this year Valve has added a twist by encouraging buyer participation.

By Paul Younger | 19 Dec 2011 | Comments Off