Archive for 2 July 2013
Mighty reign: The Satellite Reign team records a developer chat
Wondering whether Satellite Reign will feature in-depth moral choices about Ramen noodles?
Spy hard: Klei’s next game is Incognita
In an interview over at RockPaperShotgun, Klei Entertainment allows a couple of beans to spill about the studio’s next game, Incognita.
Borderlands 2: Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep Review
It’s been a long and bumpy road for Borderlands 2 DLC.
Gimme Shelter: New dev diary for beautiful badger-protecting game
Might & Delight, the development team behind Pid, have released a new dev diary for their forthcoming title Shelter.
Tom Clancy’s Password Changer: Ubisoft admits to being hacked
Somebody at Ubisoft has left the lock off the servers again, losing some usernames, email addresses and encrypted passwords in the process.
Lurching onward: The Walking Dead: 400 Days launch trailer released
Telltale have released a new trailer to celebrate the launch of The Walking Dead: 400 Days.
Blood sucking in 3D with DARK – 3D and Oculus RIFT support added
Kalypso are set to make their upcoming vampire themed action RPG DARK a little more immersive with the news that the game will come with 3D and Oculus RIFT support.
Hey ya: Original authors acquire Outcast IP
Appeal S.A., the Belgian team that originally developed Outcast, have apparently managed to buy the IP for the game from Atari.
Fortnightly Guild Wars 2 content arrives with Bazaar of the Four Winds
ArenaNet realise that to keep MMO players hooked there needs to be a changing world with new content to keep players busy, and that’s why Guild Wars 2 will be receiving content updates every two weeks from 9 July.
Still no straight answer on PC version of GTA V from Rockstar
I really do wish developers would stop pissing about when it comes to “revealing” PC versions of their games, GTA V being just one of the many games we would actually quite like to get some confirmation on.
Take off with the World of Warplanes open beta
World of Warplanes has finally come 0ut of its closed beta testing phase and has now entered the open beta phase of testing.
Darkspore’s woes foretell a grim future for SimCity and ‘cloud’ gaming
Something strange is happening with EA and Maxis’ ill-fated action-RPG, Darkspore.