Archive for 16 February 2012
I Am Alive [Preview] – Survival in a monochromatic world
Sometimes, long development times signify a developer (and sometimes publisher) with an eye on creating the very best game possible.
Syndicate eyes the future with launch trailer
EA is so keen to have the Syndicate launch underway, that they’re releasing corresponding trailers early in an attempt to hurry the clock along.
Max Payne 3 trailer, from New York to Brazil
Rockstar has today released a new trailer for the upcoming Max Payne 3, focusing on the backstory to the events that lead our hero from New York to Brazil.
New Far Cry 3 screenshots, explosion heavy
Ubisoft has released a batch of 10 new screenshots for Far Cry 3, each with a focus on explosions, guns, knives and guys in lab coats.
DOTA 2 will include LAN and mod support
As you’ve probably gathered from the clear and concise heading to this post, DOTA 2 will come with mod and LAN support.
Civilization V expansion coming late spring
Firaxis are currently hard at work on the ‘Gods & Kings’ expansion for Civilization V, 2K Games has announced.
Double Fine Adventure now at $1.8 million, will be DRM-free
In case you haven’t heard, the Tim Schafer led Double Fine Studios is building an old school point and click adventure.
Reckoning has ambitions of becoming the next Star Wars [Video]
Curt Schilling, head of 38 Studios, has spoken of him and his team’s desire that Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning grows to become the “next Star Wars or Middle Earth.”
That’s rather lofty ambitions for a new IP, but the game received a 9/10 from us which is always a good sign.
A new Sim City? Yes, please.
This has gotten me a little excited.
Electronic Arts has said that a major announcement will be coming from developer Maxis (Sim City, The Sims, Spore) next month during the Game Developers Conference.
At 2am 6 March GMT EA will broadcast a livestream online, during which Maxis will make their announcement.
The promotional blurb for the event reads “How can we change the world together?
WipEout 2048 [Review] – Palm racing
The PS Vita has got all sorts of fancy gizmos; a touch screen, a rear touch pad, gyroscopic tilt controls and dual-analogue sticks to name a few.