Archive for 30 April 2012
Nvidia’s latest graphics card is $1,000
Do you have $1,000 USD laying around your house in loose change?
Minerva’s Den developers form Fullbright Company
Remember the Minerva’s Den DLC for BioShock 2? If not, here’s a summary: it was pretty much the best part of BioShock 2.
Boats, planes and hedgehogmobiles in new Sonic All-Stars Racing
Sega has announced Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed, the follow-up to racing title Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing.
Shadowrun Kickstarter concludes at almost $1.9 million
The Kickstarter campaign to develop Shadowrun Returns (a new entry in the Shadowrun series of games, based on the pen and paper RPG of the same name) has concluded with capital of almost $1.9 million USD.
Another peek into the world of Dishonored [Screens]
It’s clear that the world of Dishonored isn’t a great place to be if you’re poor.
The Adventures of Shuggy is heading to Steam
The Adventures of Shuggy is a retro-styled platformer which packs a plethora of tight puzzles and smart ideas into one big, spooky mansion.
Battlestar Galactica Online is handing out anniversary gifts
BigPoint seems quite pleased that Battlestar Galactica Online has reached almost ten million players on its one year launch anniversary.
Ghost Recon Online wants to make you feel special [Video]
Are you special, or are you the specialist? That’s … not really the question being asked by this new Ghost Recon Online trailer, but the footage does give you a look at how the specialist class will operate in the game.
Game of Thrones [Interview] – Behind the blood, sex and politics
Think Game of Thrones and you think blood, sex and politics.
Prototype 2 tops UK chart, Fifa Street down to second
In an incredbily slow release week, Activision’s Prototype 2 has launched in number one in the UK software chart.
Diablo 3 arrives in TV advert [Video]
Blizzard unleashes the Diablo 3 TV commercial during Family Guy on FOX in the US tonight and the trailer advert is now available for your viewing please.
IncGamers Plays: Warlock: Master of the Arcane
Taking over the world’s a tricky job, but if Warlock: Master of the Arcane is anything to go by, Paradox and Ino-Co seem to think it can be made much easier with the proper application of sorcery.