Archive for 9 July 2013
Engaging with the Dota 2 community: A tale of two games
MOBA communities have a reputation, and that reputation is that they’re full of complete cockbaskets who will scream at you for the slightest wrong move.
Pre-emptive Invasion: Early purchase of Drox Operative’s add-on nets you beta access
For those who simply cannot wait to start interfering in more galactic politics in Soldak’s innovative action-RPG Drox Operative, the developer has made the new add-on available for early purchase.
Final Fantasy XIV A Realm Reborn’s third beta phase ends this weekend
The makers of Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn are cracking open the doors for a few fortunate souls once again this week.
Found footage: Lost Planet 3 auditions for Survivor
What do you do when stuck on a snowy planet that’s infested by aliens?
Spelunky redux release date excavated
Long-time readers will know that I’ve got some serious love for Derek Yu’s Spelunky because its side-on, randomly-generated, permadeath, Roguelike platforming is both really well designed, and a superb example of just-one-more-go gaming.
Bat signal: Injustice Gods Among Us may swoop on to PC
Netherrealm’s latest fighting title, Injustice: Gods Among Us, may be following Mortal Kombat in a transition to the PC.
New GTA V gameplay trailer sheds no light on PC version, but job posting does
Here at IncGamers, we joke a lot about the fact that Rockstar don’t have the balls announce a PC version of GTA V.
Payday 2 trailer rhetorically asks what Payday 2 is
What is Payday 2? Well, there are all sorts of ways you could answer that.
Expeditions: Conquistador uncovers large patch
Peter liked Expeditions: Conquistador. He liked its turn-based combat, he liked its multiple-choice quests, he liked its varied party members.
Splinter Cell: Blacklist gameplay video still doesn’t feature Michael Ironside
Alas, it looks like Michael Ironside won’t be returning to Splinter Cell: Blacklist.