Archive for November 2013
Star Citizen reaches $29 million – Single player gets enhanced mission design
The $29 million goal for Star Citizen has been reached which is great news for anyone looking to the single player portion of the game which goes by the name of Squadron 42 which is being developed by Cloud Imperium in Manchester.
Watch IncGamers take on the Diablo 3 Reaper of Souls beta
So far the we’ve been pretty impressed with the mountain of changes Blizzard has been making with the Diablo 3 Reaper of Souls expansion.
Updated 23/11 New code appears – Fallout 4 teaser code reveals two new mystery dates
No rest for the teasing as far as Fallout 4 is concerned because a new cryptic code appeared on the site not long after the one above.
John Carmack resigns from Id Software, continues role at Oculus
It’s the end of an era at id Software, as the studio announces John Carmack’s resignation.
Bugbear cancels Next Car Game Kickstarter, has plans for Early Access
Finnish developers Bugbear have sent their Next Car Game Kickstarter effort back to the garage, after it became clear that the funding goal of $350,000 USD would not be met.
Barbie Dreamhouse Party is out on PC too, just so you know
Namco Bandai are getting pretty lax about keeping track of the PC games they distribute.
Carnage Racing swerves into Steam
I’m about to use some scary words, but bear with me.
Radiohead glooms their way to Rocksmith 2014
Rocksmith 2014 has become significantly more dour with the addition of a Radiohead song pack.
Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag Review
At last, Ubisoft has embraced the benefits of piracy on the PC.
Two new Space Hulks released for Space Hulk
Full Control have released two new five-level campaigns – Sword of Halcyon and Defilement of Honour – for their adaptation of the board game Space Hulk.
Latest Dota 2 patch changes a few names and models
For reasons that are utterly beyond me, the latest Dota 2 patch has changed a few of the hero names and models.
GOG blasts out a weekend shooter sale
This week’s SPECTACULAR GOG SALE is a loud and noisy one, full of guns and explosions and cheesy one-liners.
Minecraft Twitch integration now open to the public
If you’re reading this, you’re connected to the internet, which means there’s a 98.2% chance that you stream games onto Twitch.tv or upload them onto YouTube.
Fallout 4 site continues to tease – New codes and “Nuclear winter is coming”
Update 23/11/2013 : Fallout teaser code reveals 2 new mystery dates
The Fallout 4 site continues to tease today with more additions following yesterday’s morse code change.
Baktria coming to Total War: Rome 2 as free playable faction
Alongside today’s news that Patch 7 for Total War: Rome 2 is now live and out there in the Steam wilderness is word that another playable faction will be added to the game.
Total War: Rome 2’s patch 7 goes live, claimed as most significant yet
Sega and Creative Assembly have released patch 7 for Total War: Rome 2, and they’re claiming it’s the “most signifcant gameplay-enhancing patch yet.” Bold words!
Battlefield 4 Second Assault trailer shows revamped BF3 maps
As things are starting to settle down for the FPS after numerous patches, EA and DICE are keen to show off the Battlefield 4 Second Assault in a new trailer.
Complete Wing Commander series now on GOG – 48 hour discount
GOG has completed the Wing Commander series bringing gamers a full set of DRM free space faring goodness with the addition of the final game.
Diablo 3 Reaper of Souls Beta Impressions – Part 1
Now that beta test is underway for the Diablo 3 Reaper of Souls expansion, IncGamers has already been in for some extensive testing.
Valve explains plans for in-home streaming of Steam
A series of articles have just gone up on Valve’s ‘homestream’ Steam group (spotted by NeoGaf,) about how the company is aiming to tackle in-home streaming.
Diablo 3 Reaper of Souls beta kicks off for a select few
Out of the blue Blizzard has launched the first phase of beta testing for Diablo 3 Reaper of Souls.
Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag has Blackbeard multiplayer DLC on the way
Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag already has 59,000 pieces of (mostly) pointless DLC, so it’s not terribly surprising to learn that more of it is going to be released in the near future.
Latest Call of Duty Ghosts update removes 6GB RAM block
When Call of Duty Ghosts launched PC gamers were dismayed to find they were blocked from running the game and it looks like Activision and Infinity Ward has relaxed this restriction.
The Lord of the Rings Online lets you defend Helm’s Deep
The latest The Lord of the Rings Online expansion has just been released, and this one’s focused around the Battle of the Hornburg.
Fallout 4 teaser site updates with new morse code message
Update 22/11/13: More codes have appeared with more messages
The mystery continues on the is-it/isn’t-it teaser site for an apparent Fallout 4 announcement, with the addition of a new morse code signal.