Archive for 12 April 2012
IncGamers Plays: Carrier Command Gaea Mission
Peter takes a look at the preview code for Bohemia Interactive’s remake of the 1988 classic, Carrier Command.
Carrier Command: Gaea Mission [Preview] – You are the walrus
The time I’ve spent with the preview code of Bohemia Interactive’s Carrier Command: Gaea Mission has confirmed something I’ve long suspected; that the 1988 original was a game far ahead of its own era.
A time for bullets in Max Payne 3 [Video]
Bullet time! It’s what the Max Payne series has always been about, and Max Payne 3 will be no exception.
Explosions and gadgets dominate Ghost Recon: Future Soldier multiplayer…
Ubisoft has released a new gameplay trailer for Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, this one focusing on the game’s multiplayer.
Put Dark Souls PC on Steam or we’re not buying it, say fans
A PC version of Dark Souls was officially announced earlier this week.
Good news, right?
Borderlands 2 getting additional DLC playable classes
Gearbox are planning to release an additional Borderlands 2 playable class as DLC after the game has been released
At present, in Gearbox’s words, the Mechromancer “exists as an idea and a couple of sketches, but we expect her to become a reality at some time after Borderlands 2 is completed.”
The plan is to develop the Mechnomancer class after Borderlands 2 is completed and is going through the certification process.
Naval War: Arctic Circle demo out now
Paradox has released a demo of Naval War: Arctic Circle through Steam.
Molyneux calls Fable III a ‘failure’
Where Peter Molyneux goes, a trail of broken dreams follow. So many promises, so many let downs.
IncGamers Plays: Gettysburg: Armored Warfare
In the video below, Tim has cobbled together a series of clips from an evening spent with Gettysburg: Armored Warfare with the intent of showing off some of the more amusing bugs and glitches that can be found within the shooter/RTS hybrid.
Gettysburg: Armored Warfare [Review] – The horrors of war
I’d better come right out and state that I haven’t played Gettysburg: Armored Warfare as much as I’d have liked (well, as much as I’d like to in order to write a review, anyway) but in my defence, that isn’t actually my fault.