Archive for 27 April 2012
IncGamers Plays: A Valley Without Wind
Sometimes it can be hard to summarise a game in just a few words.
Snow elves sighted in Skyrim DLC
We know some DLC for Skyrim is on the way, because Bethesda’s Pete Hines keeps talking about it.
Practice being a Warlock in Master of the Arcane demo
It’s always a wise idea to have a bit of practice with magic, to make sure you don’t accidentally unleash it on yourself or burn your toes off or something.
Guild Wars 2 US digital versions sold out for now
US gamers who were rushing to get into this weekend’s beta by snapping up a digital pre-order were in for a shock as they are now “sold out”.
Google applies the Zerg Rush
If you pop over to Google today and just happen to do a search for “Zerg Rush” you’re going to be in for some fun.
Crysis 3 [Preview] – The story of a jungle hunter
For many, Crysis is all about the nano-suit. The game’s signature gadget, and the key to the bulk of its many gameplay ideas and innovations, is as much of a character in its own right as any of the cast, weapons or locations.
More of Reto-Moto’s Heroes & Generals MMOFPS on show [Video]
The upcoming WWII MMOFPS Heroes & Generals from developer Reto-Moto looks to be coming along nicely and today we have a new developer video which shows the latest build of the game prior to the game going into a Beta test phase.
TimeSplitters 4 is not in development, says Crytek UK
Following reports earlier this week that TimeSplitters 4 had been seen running, Crytek UK (formerly Free Radical) has responded by saying that the game is not in development.
TERA head start begins
EU MMORPG gamers can get a head start in TERA from today as Frogster are allowing players to take their characters up to level 38 before the full launch.
A Valley Without Wind [Review] – It doesn’t blow
The other day I was watching a TED Talk by a designer who was stressing just how quickly people will make a judgement about an item or object based on how it looks.
EA faces possible takeover bid
Nexon, the Japan-based company (of Korean origin) behind the hugely successful free-to-play titles MapleStory and Dragon Nest, has reportedly contacted Electronic Arts over the possibility of making an offer for the publisher.