Archive for April 2013
Zeno Clash 2 shows some bizarre bar-room brawling
The latest video from Zeno Clash 2 developers ACE Team starts with a suitably odd punch-up in a bar, before moving to the city streets for a little exploration.
Grid your teeth: Defense Grid 2 is on the way from Hidden Path
Hidden Path has announced today that funding for development of Defense Grid 2 has been secured, and that the title is on the way in the early half of 2014.
Blast testing: Ghost Recon Online 0.11.0 adds firing range
Ubisoft’s free-to-play Ghost Recon Online title has updated to version 0.11.0, adding a new map, some new equipment and a way to try out your prospective firearm purchases before you actually make them.
Alcatrazgedy: Black Ops II ‘Uprising’ DLC gets a PC release date
I’ve been to Alcatraz, and it’s both a great and terrible place to be fighting against zombies.
The essentials of ARMA 3 teamwork in video
When we played ARMA 3 in our recent IncGamers Plays video we did our very best to work as a team, but with Peter committing war crimes and general pissing about we didn’t exactly get too far.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Legendary Edition arrives in June
Let’s face it. many of you will already own Skyrim and probably most of the DLC, but if the game did not make your game collection then at least the Legendary Edition is coming out.
Lost Planet 3 multiplayer details
Capcom has revealed two of Lost Planet 3’s multiplayer modes this morning.
Chasing phantoms: Next Call of Duty is probably subtitled ‘Ghosts’
Videogaming’s premier site for uncovering secret Call of Duty information, Tesco.com, has struck again with … wait, Tesco?
Ubisoft’s Dean Evans shows you the world of Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon
It’s not long until Ubisoft’s standalone 80s-ification of Far Cry 3 with Blood Dragon is released through digital channels.
Monaco: What’s Yours is Mine Review
So a few weeks ago I finally got my hands on a new computer (yes, this does mean I’ll stop making jokes about my computer being powered by coal), and so naturally I’ve tried out all sorts of processor-scrambling stuff to put it through its paces.
2K to reveal XCOM shooter in a “matter of days”
Everyone’s been wondering what happened to the XCOM tactical shooter and it looks like we’re about to find out thanks to an update on the 2K blog.
Rome 2: Total War gameplay shows the Battle of Teutoburg Forest
It’s time for a history lesson with a new video for Rome 2: Total War, specifically the Battle of Teutoburg Forest which took place in 9AD.
Nvidia 320.00 beta drivers improve your Star Trek, Dead Island: Riptide and more
Just in time for some of this month’s most talked about releases, Nvidia has issued new beta drivers which bring improvements to your gaming experience.
World of Tanks 8.5 rolls out with non-paying premium features
Wargaming has finally released the 8.5 update for World of Tanks today bringing new armour and premium feature options for non-paying players.
Flowstorm releases online, playable Alpha to drum up extra Kickstarter funds
Flowstorm is a bloody difficult game. IncGamers knows this, because most of the team had a go at it just after recording this week’s podcast.
After Aliens: Colonial Marines, can Gearbox be trusted with Homeworld?
Yesterday, the saga of one of THQ’s much-beloved and underused licenses came to its conclusion.
Star Trek: The Video Game launch trailer beams in
Star Trek: The Video Game is due for release at the end of this week here in the UK and we’re really hoping that this Trek title will do the franchise justice.
Strike Suit Infinity coming 30 April
Born Ready Games are set to release a new game called Strike Suit Infinity which they describe as a “wave-based-score-chaser”.
Assassin’s Creed 3: Tyranny of King Washington The Redemption launches
The final part in the Assassin’s Creed 3: Tyranny of King Washington DLC series has just been released today.
Jagged Alliance: Flashback Kickstarter now live
The Kickstarter campaign for Full Control’s Jagged Alliance: Flashback has now gone live.
Nordic Games picks up Darksiders, Red Faction and Supreme Commander IPs
More news regarding former THQ licenses has emerged today, in the form of Swedish-based publisher Nordic Games picking up the rights to Darksiders, Red Faction, Supreme Commander and more.
Freshly laundered suit: Leisure Suit Larry Reloaded due in June
Kickstarted back in May of last year to the tune of $655,000 USD, Leisure Suit Larry Reloaded (a fancy-pants remake of the first game in the long-running adventure series) is soon to be released upon the world.
Knighty knight: Mighty Quest for Epic Loot brags about its swag
Do you like gold? I’ve heard it’s good for hoarding and conning old people into bad investments.