Archive for 19 July 2013
Fight to survive: Undead Labs detail State of Decay sandbox mode
Undead Labs has released more details on the Sandbox DLC that’s proposed for their zombie survival title State of Decay which will be coming to the PC before the end of the year.
Borderlands 2 DLC announcement tomorrow (20 July)
Update: The new DLC has now been revealed.
Stay tuned for an announcement tomorrow from Gearbox.
Quizzed panel: BioWare’s Dragon Age: Inquisition details from PAX Australia
A diligent BioWare Social Network poster going by the superb name of “ElitePinecone” was in attendance at PAX Australia when BioWare was giving a panel chat about Dragon Age: Inquisition.
Introducing the Wildstar Chua and Mordesh – The final races
With ComicCon now well underway, Carbine has taken the opportunity to reveal the final two races for their MMO Wildstar.
How to create your own DC abominations in Scribblenauts Unmasked
Would you like to have Aquaman’s legs, Copperhead’s face and Gorilla Grod’s hairy arms?
Steam Summer Sale Day 9: The IncGamers Picks
Welcome to Day 9 of Steam’s summer sale. How’s your disposable income holding up?
Gods Will Be Watching hits crowdfunding goal in three days
It seems like only yesterday that I wrote a story about how Gods Will Be Watching, the rather impressive morality puzzler created for the 72-hour game-making Ludum Dare competition, was crowdfunding a vastly expanded version via IndieGogo.
No clowning: The Bureau: XCOM Declassified’s Orbit the Clown trailer
If you thought that the The Bureau: XCOM Declassified trailer from a few days ago didn’t give away much about the game, prepare to be surprised and disappointed: today’s Orbit the Clown trailer is a live-action trailer which reveals even less.
A kick to FIFA’s footballs: Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 to use Havok Physics
Those football games are all about physics, eh? I mean, the ball physics go without saying, but if you don’t have realistic physics for the players and their clothes, then… um.
The Raven: Legacy of a Master Thief – Chapter 1: The Eye of the Sphinx Review
Hercule Poirot gave the main speech at my university graduation. Not the more recognisable Poirot figure of David Suchet, but the late Peter Ustinov.
Great strides: Strider reboot gets trailers, screenshots, and more
I loved Strider. It was balls hard, yes, and I willingly admit that US Gold’s PC version was shit, but flipping round the levels as the ninjalike Strider Hiryu and bloodlessly dismembering enemies with an energy sword was fantastic.
Windows 7 KB2803821 update issue is very difficult to make a funny headline out of
It seems Microsoft released a somewhat uncooked update recently, as the file known by the thoroughly sexy name “KB2803821″ has been causing people issues.
Dota 2 patch adds Linux and Mac support, plus customisable chat wheel
Sadly, this Dota 2 patch isn’t as interesting as the one that brought us Abaddon last week, but there are a few neat features nonetheless.
If money rains: Satellite Reign stretch goals revealed
Depressingly, Satellite Reign isn’t doing amazingly on Kickstarter. I’m pretty sure the Syndicate Wars-inspired open-world strategy game will hit its £350,000 goal (it’s currently on £259,295 with 10 days to go) but the stretch goals revealed today might be a tad optimistic.
Power up: The Aethertech class coming to Aion 4.5
You can never have enough classes in an MMO, especially if you’ve been playing it for a while and got rather bored with the current crop.
Shock and awe: Battlefield 4’s campaign plot detailed
EA have dished out some details on the plot behind Battlefield 4‘s campaign mode.
GeForce 326.19 Beta Drivers bring more optimisations and SLI profiles
Nvidia has released the GeForce 326.19 beta drivers for PC gamers with their hardware.