Archive for February 2012


Eligium open Beta underway

Frogster’s MMO Eligium has gone into open beta testing today. 
Over the next five weeks Frogster will also be running a contest where a huge Eligium banner  (100×250 cm) is up for grabs, as well as in-game items.

By John Robertson | 23 Feb 2012 | Comments Off

First details arrive for Amnesia : A Machine for Pigs

To me, a machine plus a pig equals sausages. To other people out there, machines for pigs equals horror.

By John Robertson | 23 Feb 2012 | Comments Off

Six years later and Company of Heroes is coming to Mac

Originally released in 2006 on PC, World War II RTS Company of Heroes will finally be making its way to Mac in the form of Company of Heroes: Campaign Edition.

By Paul Younger | 23 Feb 2012 | Comments Off

Mass Effect 3’s ‘From Ashes’ DLC confirmed

BioWare has confirmed rumours about first-day DLC for Mass Effect 3, stating that the so-called “From Ashes” pack will be available upon release for all platforms.

By John Robertson | 22 Feb 2012 | Comments Off

Frictional reveals Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs

You may recall that Frictional was teasing its next ultra-spooky PC title earlier in the month, but now that project has a (suitably disturbing) name: Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs.

By John Robertson | 22 Feb 2012 | Comments Off

Borderlands 2 due in September

Gearbox has announced that Borderlands 2 will be released on 18 September in the US and 21 September internationally, accompanying this news with a fresh trailer.

By John Robertson | 22 Feb 2012 | Comments Off

Guild Wars 2 public Beta test sign-up live

There’s been a lot of Guild Wars 2 action this week and it continues this evening with the public Beta test sign-ups going live.

By John Robertson | 22 Feb 2012 | Comments Off

Tribes Ascend open Beta begins Friday

This Friday Hi-Rez Studios will be opening up the beta test to the public for their online free to play shooter Tribes: Ascend.

By Paul Younger | 22 Feb 2012 | Comments Off

Syndicate [Review] – A familiar message

Look beyond the pixelated visuals and simple tunes of 1993’s original Syndicate and you’ll find a game of callous corporate domination that revels, without a flinch, at the destruction of innocents in the name of progression.

By Paul Younger | 22 Feb 2012 | Comments Off

Guild Wars 2 Beta Gameplay on show [Video]

After the madness that was the Guild Wars 2 Beta weekend we have been sifting through more video and this evenign we have a couple of videos of our Charr Elementalist out questing and joining in a couple of events.

By John Robertson | 22 Feb 2012 | Comments Off

IncGamers Podcast episode #70

Even the doughy allure of Pancake Day can’t prevent the IncGamers team recording another broadcast from the world of gaming.

By John Robertson | 21 Feb 2012 | Comments Off

IncGamers Podcast #70

Even the doughy allure of Pancake Day can’t prevent the IncGamers team recording another broadcast from the world of gaming.

By Paul Younger | 21 Feb 2012 | 15

Sins of a Dark Age announced by Ironclad

Ironclad, the developers known for Sins of a Solar Empire, have announced Sins of a Dark Age, which aims to blend 4x strategy activities with real time action.

By Paul Younger | 21 Feb 2012 | Comments Off

Spec Ops: The Line infiltrates in June

Third-person military action title Spec Ops: The Line will be paragliding (or whatever it is those military types do to get around) onto shelves this summer.

By Paul Younger | 21 Feb 2012 | Comments Off

Who is Hitman Absolution’s Diana Burnwood? [Video]

Ok, so most Hitman fans know Diana Burnwood as Agent 47’s handler.

By Paul Younger | 21 Feb 2012 | Comments Off

The Secret World gets June release date

Ahh, summer. The smell of fresh-hewn grass, the sounds of distant village cricketers and the unrelenting paranoia about illuminati plots to take over the world.

By Paul Younger | 21 Feb 2012 | Comments Off

Little Deviants [Review] – Muffed mini-games

Little Deviants is that most quintessential of launch titles – a game that tries to incorporate all of a console’s features into one package.

By Paul Younger | 21 Feb 2012 | Comments Off

Everybody’s Golf Vita [Review] – Par for the course

Everybody’s Golf doesn’t get enough credit in the west. Its blend of simple but rewarding gameplay, big-eyed Japanese manga golfers and shiny bright courses represent a best-in-class standard for the arcade golf genre.

By Paul Younger | 21 Feb 2012 | Comments Off