Archive for June 2013
PES 2014 trailer highlights game features and footy jargon
Footy games are getting more and more complex each year. This new PES 2014 video attempts to explain some of the game’s features such as the TrueBall Tech, which apparently makes it feel like you are playing with a real ball.
Star Citizen raises $11 million – New stretch goals added and media released
RSI reached another huge milestone this evening reaching over £11 million in crowd funding since Star Citizen was announced, which as far as we’re aware is a record.
Shedding some light on Dark Matter’s darkness in new video
A new video from Interwave Studios for their title Dark Matter, which promises classic metroid-like platforming action, popped in this afternoon.
Ubisoft teases Prince of Persia news, hopefully not another iOS thing
It’s a dangerous time to be writing about large publishers teasing vague news about much-beloved series.
Early conquest: Civilization V Brave New World’s launch trailer
I wonder what the earliest ‘launch’ trailer of all time is?
Dan at last: Gun Monkeys hits Steam
Dan Marshall’s spiritual successor to side-on deathmatch shooter Gibbage has hit Steam for the princely sum of £6.29.
Beta dragons: Dragon Commander pre-orders can get you straight into the game
Larian has announced that every pre-order of upcoming strategy-RPG-dragons-I-don’t-know title Dragon Commander will now get the buyer a copy of the ‘Imperial Edition’ of the game.
Syndicated: cyberpunk strategy Satellite Reign heads to Kickstarter
You can surely trust a man named Mike Diskett. After all, he’s almost named after an early data storage device.
Walkthrough Saints Row IV with the devs in this video
The crazy world of Saints Row IV is demoed in this special E3 walkthrough that has just been released by Volition.
Surgeon Simulator mystery text nothing to do with Half Life 3 says Bossa
It’s been an interesting 48 hours for Half Life 3 rumours following the strange Korean text appearance in Half Life 2 and then in Surgeon Simulator.
Creative compensation: Steam workshop now allows further revenue sharing
I’m not entirely sure what goes on in the Steam Workshop.
Valve’s bizarre Korean experiment extends to Surgeon Simulator 2013
Yesterday, you might have heard about (or experienced) a strange update for Half-Life 2 which turned all the text and audio into Korean.
Orlando hoy: Minecon heads to Florida this year
I like to imagine Minecon as a huge room full of people tapping away at walls, floors and ceilings with tiny pickaxes.
Cyberith Virtualiser hopes to be a step up from the Omni
Another device has appeared in the great effort to get baby-stroller shaped virtual reality contraptions into our living rooms.
Into the Valley: Trackmania 2’s next add-on will arrive in July
Hot on the wheels of last week’s Trackmania 2: Stadium release, Nadeo sends over word that the next add-on, Valley, will be available on 4 July.
Looking for loot: LFG web-comic series launches RPG Kickstarter
The ongoing Looking for Group: The Fork of Truth Kickstarter campaign raises an important question about truth-related RPG items.
Survarium radiates news of an open alpha test
The closure of GSC Game World and (apparent) cancellation of STALKER 2 were pretty bad news if you were looking forward to more entries in that series.
FINAL FANTASY XIV: A Realm Reborn beta test this weekend
This post it simply a notice to remind everyone that this weekend there’s another FINAL FANTASY XIV: A Realm Reborn beta test.
The Bureau: XCOM Declassified trailer X-poses the game’s real-time tactics
It’s sort of hard to be annoyed about The Bureau: XCOM Declassified now that we’ve actually had a good, classic, authentic, turn-based XCOM game.
Might not suck: The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing’s Blue Blood DLC now live
If you’re a fan of slightly campy ARPGs based around eastern European mythology, then rejoice, for The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing has some more DLC!
Die harder: Roguelike Teleglitch getting extended edition
Paradox have announced that they’re partnering with indie dev T3P to produce an extended edition of oh-God-get-it-away-from-me-‘em-up Teleglitch, entitled Teleglitch: Die More Edition.
City watching with the Watch Dogs WeareData site
To prove the point that we’re all in some way being tracked in the world today with snazzy tech like mobiles and CCTV, Ubisoft launched their Watch Dogs WeareData site which can be best be described as a black Google map with extra bits of info bolted on.
F2P shooter S.K.I.L.L.- Special Force 2 game modes explained
Last month publisher Gameforge announced they are bringing the free to play FPS S.K.I.L.L.- Special Force 2 to gamers here in Europe.
The Arma 3 beta features lovingly demoed in new video
The Arma 3 beta launched this week and if you checked out our recent IncGamers plays video then you’ll know we’re certainly no experts.
Bioshock Infinite Columbia’s Finest DLC lands – New DLC is “going well”.
Earlier today Irrational released the Bioshock Infinite: Columbia’s Finest DLC on Steam with little fanfare.
Phoney war: These misleading teasers for mobile versions of classic games need to stop
There’s an irritating new trend in videogame marketing: the ambiguous mobile game reveal.
Nvidia Shield delayed last minute. Now coming in July.
You know it’s pretty bad if a product is pulled the day before it’s supposed to be launched.