Archive for 15 May 2012


THQ discloses annual loss of $240 million

It’s been no secret that THQ has experienced a rough financial year.

By Paul Younger | 15 May 2012 | 1

Tex Murphy needs money for a new case

Unlike Philip Marlowe, who seems happy enough to wander through most of The Long Goodbye with an unspent $5,000 USD bill in his pocket, Tex Murphy is a private eye who requires some serious funding.

By Paul Younger | 15 May 2012 | Comments Off

Digital sales pay off for Ubisoft

Ubisoft has released its financial figures for 2011/2012, which show a slender $48.0 million USD net profit for the annual period (a profit margin of 3.6%).

By John Robertson | 15 May 2012 | Comments Off

The sounds of Death: Darksiders 2 soundtrack samples

These audio samples are neither A nor B-sides, they are Dark-sides.

By Paul Younger | 15 May 2012 | Comments Off

Amalur studio in financial talks with Rhode Island

The state of Rhode Island is reportedly working with Curt Schilling’s 38 Studios “on different issues”, most likely relating to the $75 million USD guaranteed loan that the developer was offered as part of a deal to relocate from Massachusetts.

By John Robertson | 15 May 2012 | Comments Off

Diablo 3 First Impressions

It’s been a busy night ion IncGamers with the launch of Diablo 3 and the team got stuck into the game as soon as it hit midnight.

By John Robertson | 15 May 2012 | Comments Off

Multiplayer is ‘fairly core’ to SimCity, says Maxis

We know that Maxis’ upcoming SimCity will include multiplayer, but it has been less clear how important of a role it will play in the grand scheme of the game.

By John Robertson | 15 May 2012 | Comments Off

Activision pays Infinity Ward group $42 million over MW2

Everyone’s favourite hate figure, Activision, has paid $42 million to the Infinity Ward Employee Group.

By John Robertson | 15 May 2012 | Comments Off

Diablo 3 has game breaking bug, Error 3006

Diablo 3 hasn’t even been out for a full day and players have already found a bug that breaks the game entirely.

By John Robertson | 15 May 2012 | Comments Off