Archive for July 2012
Star Wars: The Old Republic going free to play
There has been speculation for some time that EA and Bioware’s MMO would go free to play and today during EA’s investor call they finally announced that the game will be going free to play.
Sterling archers: War of the Roses shows its range [Video]
As the War of the Roses beta approaches (it’s supposedly due to kick off in early August, sign-ups are still being taken), Paradox is still trying to entice you with trailers and footage from the game.
Relic concerned about meeting Company of Heroes 2′s high expectations
There’s no denying that the original Company of Heroes is a very fine RTS game.
The Secret World Issue #1: Unleashed goes live
Ahead of the free weekend which kicks off on Friday, Funcom has now released the first major content update for The Secret World since launch.
Planetside 2 beta delayed, not ready for “massive number of people”
Originally planned to start sometime this week, the Planetside 2 beta has been delayed, Sony Online Entertainment has announced.
Transformers: Fall of the Cybertron demo released
Fans of the robots in disguise can now download a demo of Transformers: Fall of the Cybertron through Xbox LIVE.
Activision may settled with former Infinity Ward employees for “tens of millions”
Looks as though the settlement Activision paid to former Infinity Ward employees Vince Zampella and Jason West may have been in the “ten of millions”.
Square Enix supports Ouya, Final Fantasy 3 confirmed
Publisher Square Enix has announced its support for the Android-based Ouya console.
DayZ nearly 1 million unique players
The Dayz mod for ArmA II has passed the 900,000 unique players mark.
MechWarrior Online opens Beta test for founders
Piranha Games has announced this evening that anyone who has taken out a Founders Package for the new Mech title will now have instant access to the on-going Beta test.
Hybrid explains its persistent world [Video]
5th Cell’s third-person, jetpack-powered online shooter Hybrid will be the next title to come out under the Xbox Live ‘Summer of Arcade’ banner, so how is its persistent world going to work?
With gusto: Windforge demos its building mechanics [Video]
Windforge is a game described by developer Snowed In Studios as an RPG that gives players “the freedom to create elaborate structures and airships used for exploration and combat in the skies”.
PlayStation Plus gets first two Walking Dead episodes for free
If you’re a PlayStation Plus subscriber who’s been pondering diving into Telltale Games’ zombie narrative The Walking Dead, you should hold on until 7 August.
Skyrim’s ‘Dawnguard’ add-on still coming to PS3/PC
As soon as the 30-day period of Xbox 360 exclusivity was up for Skyrim’s ‘Dawnguard’ add-on, PS3 and PC players understandably started to wonder aloud where the release for their platform was.
Czech out this new Arma 2 DLC release
Bohemia Interactive has announced the release of another add-on for their military simulator Arma 2.
Ubisoft acknowledges major Uplay security flaw
A flaw in Ubisoft’s ‘Uplay’ software, the overlay which doubles as a social area and DRM system for the majority of Ubisoft’s recent titles, has been acknowledged by the publisher.
Deadlight [Review] – The walking dead good
I was thinking about zombie apocalypses the other day, and I came to the conclusion that the worst thing about a zombie apocalypse – other than the looming spectre of an imminent and messy death, obviously – would be the amount of clean up required.
E3 2013 stays in L.A
The ESA has now confirmed that E3 will stay in in L.A until at least 2015.