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Archive for 18 January 2012


Mass Effect 3 gets some (demo) PC specs

Hot on the heels of the news that BioWare’s Mass Effect 3 demo will be arriving for all you lovebirds on Valentine’s Day (that’s 14 February for the romantically-challenged), are a set of recommended and minimum PC specs for that very same demo.

By John Robertson | 18 Jan 2012 | Comments Off

Co-sponsors of SOPA and PIPA bills withdraw support

As several major internet sites “go dark” in protest of the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and Protect IP Act (PIPA), congressional co-sponsors of those two bills have been withdrawing their support.

By John Robertson | 18 Jan 2012 | Comments Off

Diablo 3 game system update due tomorrow

For the past few weeks we have been waiting patiently for some sort of update from Blizzard regarding the game systems.

By John Robertson | 18 Jan 2012 | Comments Off

Ten Things Thief 4 Must Include

Last year, Eidos Montreal performed something close to a miracle by resurrecting Deus Ex in a way that wasn’t a complete embarrassment for all concerned.

By Peter Parrish | 18 Jan 2012 | Comments Off

GTA V expected by March 2013, needs to give COD some ‘breathing room’

Waiting for games is not easy, waiting for a new Grand Theft Auto is particularly difficult.

By John Robertson | 18 Jan 2012 | Comments Off

Mass Effect 3 Demo on 14 February – Kinect support included

EA and Bioware will be releasing the Mass Effect 3 demo on 14 of February, the Xbox version of which will come with Kinect support.

By John Robertson | 18 Jan 2012 | Comments Off

Ubisoft shuts down Vancouver studio

Ubisoft Vancouver has been closed down, ending Ubisoft’s three year ownership of the studio.

By Paul Younger | 18 Jan 2012 | Comments Off

First image of Doctor Who game on PS3/PC

Later this year sees the release of Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock for PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita and PC.

By John Robertson | 18 Jan 2012 | Comments Off

BioWare: Multiplayer improves RPGs

As consoles have been brought into the online age with the current generation, multiplayer has taken an ever more enhanced position in today’s videogames.

By John Robertson | 18 Jan 2012 | Comments Off

Alienware reveal mini gaming-PC, looks like a console

PC gaming computer manufacturer extraordinaire Alienware has revealed a new system that looks a lot like a console and is designed to sit under your tellybox.

By John Robertson | 18 Jan 2012 | Comments Off

Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet coming to PC

It looks as though FuelCell’s Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet is heading to a PC near you, following an ESRB rating. 
The game was originally released last August on Xbox Live Arcade, our review at the time awarding it an 8/10 and describing it as “some of the best metroid-vania gaming since the release of 2007′s Aquaria.”
Unsurprisingly (at least to those that have played the XBLA original), the ESRB has given the game an ‘E for Everyone’ rating.

By John Robertson | 18 Jan 2012 | Comments Off

Help make Final Fantasy VII’s music the UK’s favourite

We’re all for good causes here at IncGamers, and this particular crusade certainly achieves such status. 
If, like us, you’re aware of just how good videogame music can be, and you’ve been looking for a way to make your voices heard, then this is your chance.

By John Robertson | 18 Jan 2012 | Comments Off

Breaking down The Darkness 2 demo [Preview]

Well, that wasn’t quite what I was expecting.
The Darkness was a slightly clunky shooter, but a slightly clunky shooter with heart.

By John Robertson | 18 Jan 2012 | Comments Off