Archive for March 2013
Razing eyebrows: Guild Wars 2′s Frost & Flame part three is here
The Guild Wars 2 ‘Frost & Flame’ event has entered its third of four stages, continuing this ‘living story’ (I’ve forgotten what that means, it’s probably something to do with dynamic and changing narrative events) and introducing new features to the game.
Diablo 3 rollback policy in EU and US changing to stop duping
Blizzard are finally taking the plunge in Europe and North America with a change to their Diablo 3 account rollback policy due to duping.
Leaked Battlefield 4 shots starring Matt LeBlanc
Isn’t the Internet a wonderful thing, everything gets uncovered eventually. Ahead of tomorrow’s Battlefield 4 big reveal three shots have been snuck out of EA’s FTP secret file archives and made their way onto the Intertubes.
Paradox bringing Knights of Pen & Paper +1 Edition to the PC
Having never played it, I don’t know much about the previously-on-mobiles-only title Knights of Pen & Paper.
Battle Worlds: Kronos exceeds $120,000 USD Kickstarter goal
It’s taken a shade over one week for Battle Worlds: Kronos to meet its Kickstarter goal of $120,000 USD.
Latest Watch Dogs trailer offers a new perspective on previous footage
Remember the Watch Dogs trailer that was released alongside the Sony PlayStation 4 conference?
Joe Ybarra cancels Shackleton Crater Kickstarter
Former EA co-founder Joe Ybarra’s dream of a Moon colonisation title funded through Kickstarter is on hold again, as the campaign to raise $700,000 USD in funding for the game has been cancelled.
Red space: Race to Mars pre-announces Kickstarter plans
Polish developer Intermarum will be hitting Kickstarter “in a couple of weeks” with Race to Mars, a turn-based title about getting your ass to Mars.
Josef Fares explains why Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons isn’t co-op
There was a bit of an assumption going around that Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons was going to have a co-op mode.
Strike Suit Zero DLC arrives with a new shotgun weapon Suit
Born Ready Games has released newDLC for their space action shooter Strike Suit Zero which brings a new Strike Suits to the game, the Raptor Suit.
Square Enix has “Expected Extraordinary Losses,” Yoichi Wada resigns
You wouldn’t think it’s been tough for Square Enix, Tomb Raider was well received by the press and gamers but the latest financial forecasts tell a very different story.
Is VR and Oculus Rift really the next big thing in gaming…again?
VR has very recently become a buzz word but have we not been here before?
Star Wars: The Old Republic expansion launches 14 April
The hot news from the world of Star Wars: The Old Republic is that the digital expansion Rise of the Hutt Cartel will be released on 14 April.
Spring cleaning: Dust An Elysian Tail sweeping onto Steam in April
Humble Hearts (that’s Dean Dodrill and Alex Kain in actual-person-land) has announced at PAX East that Dust: An Elysian Tail, which you may recall as an Xbox Live ‘Summer of Arcade’ release from last year, is coming to the PC through Steam.
Eve Online to expand further with June’s Odyssey
Thanks to this press release about Eve Online’s forthcoming Odyssey expansion, I’ve learned that the game has had 18 previous add-ons of this type.
Short PAX trailer suggests more XCOM on the way from Firaxis
Firaxis has sparked a touch of internet speculation with a short trailer shown during its PAX East panel (and re-shown below, courtesy of g4mers.pl).
Arma 3 alpha gets an update to version 0.52
Bohemia Interactive have been collecting player comments and keeping an eye on how the Arma 3 alpha has been functioning, in order to make changes and tweaks to the game as necessary.
New GeForce 314.22 driver is tuned for BioShock Infinite
With mysterious and impeccable timing (almost as if this were planned or something,) Nvidia has announced that a new set of GeForce drivers, 314.22, are available today and will boost performance in BioShock Infinite (due for release this week.)
Look, there’s even a graph comparing a previous driver to the new one on specific hardware.