Archive for 20 March 2013
Duke Nukem 3D drops a Megaton on Steam
If, for some reason, the Duke Nukem 3D: Atomic Edition at GoG.com wasn’t good enough for you, perhaps the Megaton Edition that’s now on Steam will be more to your liking.
Steam unites ‘paid alpha’ titles under Early Access banner
It’s quite a common approach in PC gaming these days; offer your potential players paid access to the development build of the game you’re working on, and allow them to offer feedback that can shape and improve the title.
Galaxy Gorn mad: Star Trek’s villains profiled
Paramount Pictures has broadcast more ‘Making of Star Trek the videogame’ footage to the galaxy (ok, fine, I just mean they put it on youtube.)
This time, it’s about expanding the role of those pesky lizard-folk The Gorn.
Double Fine’s Dropchord motion-rhythm game gets a trailer
If you have any plans to purchase the curious Leap Motion controller device (launching in May for around $80.00 USD,) then you might also want to take a look at Double Fine’s Dropchord title.
Top marks: Mark of the Ninja to expand this summer
Last year, we inexplicably failed to review Klei’s Mark of the Ninja.
Planetary tour: Carbine Studios lays out what Wildstar is all about
Wildstar. Where have I heard that name before? Is it a character from A Song of Ice & Fire?
Carmageddon: Reincarnation fuelled by another $3.5 million investment
After raising just over $600,000 USD with a successful Kickstarter campaign for Carmageddon: Reincarnation, Stainless Games have apparently been cruising ruthlessly around their own shareholders and threatening to run them over if they don’t contribute some cash to the pile.
Warframe updated to 7.0, with new mod system, ‘frames and snow
Digital Extremes have added yet more features to their free-to-play, ninjas-in-space, co-op title Warframe.
SimCity traffic improvements now live in 1.7 patch
Maxis has finally released the 1.7 patch for SimCity which includes the traffic improvements.