Archive for 26 June 2013
Shadowy Tsygan joins Sanctum 2 cast in Road to Elysion DLC
Perhaps you’ve already battled your way through Sanctum 2 several times, maxed out all the characters and want the game to toss some new activities your way.
Ask Blizzard your Diablo 3 questions – We’re off to Blizzard
Later this week we’ll be popping over to Blizzard HQ in Irvine to check out what’s happening with Diablo 3 on the PC, the console version and of course Hearthstone.
Become a part of history in an Assassin’s Creed 4 oil painting
Never ones to shy away from slightly unusual marketing opportunities, Ubisoft are giving you the chance to BE A PART of Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag.
The Replacers return to promo Call of Duty Black Ops 2 Vengeance DLC
Those whacky funsters The Replacers return with a new promo trailer for the Call of Duty Black Ops 2 Vengeance DLC map pack which comes with the new maps Cove, Detour, Rush and Uplink.
Take to the skies: SimCity Airship DLC released
If the traffic in SimCity is pissing off your sims then the best way to travel has to be airship.
Atari behind Baldur’s Gate Enhanced Edition Beamdog legal action
At the end of last week Beamdog pulled the Baldur’s Gate Enhanced Edition from their site citing “a number of contractual issues”.
IncGamers Podcast #120
If this IncGamers podcast were to have a theme (which it might have done if I’d noticed this before recording and uploading it,) it would be heroes.
Shadow Warrior Classic Redux coming to Steam
While a new Shadow Warrior is currently under development, it’s almost time to roll out an update to the original game on Steam.
State of Decay refused Australian classification
The Australian classification board are at it again and this time it’s Undead Labs’ survival zombie title State of Decay that has been refused classification by the Australian ratings board,
The news appeared on Twitter earlier linking to a forum post from Undead Labs’ founder Jeff Strain which reads:
Hola Australian State of Decay fans,
I have bad news to share: State of Decay has been refused classification by the Australian Classification Board (ACB).