Archive for 19 October 2012
Development problems leave Haunts in Kickstarter limbo
Haunts: The Manse Macabre was successfully Kickstarted back in July, raising $28,000 USD in development funds.
Desmond is still important in Assassin’s Creed 3 [Video]
With all the talk of Native Americans and stabbing redcoats and tossing tea into the ocean, it’s been easy to forget that Assassin’s Creed 3 will also feature a fair bit of Desmond.
Sleeping Dogs shows us how nightmarish North Point will be [Video]
The first narrative-driven piece of DLC for undercover crime caper Sleeping Dogs will be ‘Nightmare in North Point‘, a chilling tale of the undead and bouncing Chinese vampires.
Miller’s Halo 4 trailer is a primer on Master Chief lore
Microsoft has been making a big noise about getting David Fincher (Fight Club, Alien 3) to produce this Halo 4 trailer, and Tim Miller (visual effects for Scott Pilgrim vs.
Guns blazing and headshots as more details of MMOFPS Absolute Force surface
Back at Gamescom in August, TQ Digital showed off their upcoming MMOFPS called Absolute Force which is being created with the Unreal 3 engine.
Star Wars: The Old Republic free to play features in video
Not too long now until Bioware and EA’s Star Wars: The Old Republic goes free to play.
Planetside 2 launches 20 November
The SOE Live event is currently taking place in Las Vegas and the big news from the show is that Planetside 2 will launch on 20 November after months of Beta testing.
Agent 47 dresses down with Hitman: Absolution disguises
Let’s face it, Agent 47 stands out like a sore thumb most of the time with his black suits, baldy head and bar code.
Guild Wars 2 Shadow of the Mad King event teased in video
ArenaNet’s special Halloween event Shadow of the Mad King will kick off on 22 October and they’ve updated the information page with a few more details which shows that the event will take place over four acts, each act starting on different dates from 22 October.
Star Citizen goes Kickstarter due to massive demand
Chris Roberts’ recently announced space sim Star Citizen has proved so popular with PC gamers wanting to help fund the game that the demand to support it has been crashing the web servers for the Star Citizen site.