Archive for 2013
Starpoint Gemini 2 wants to show you some community features
Little Green Men, the developers behind Starpoint Gemini 2, have released a new trailer showing all the new community suggestions that have been added to the game.
The Vanishing of Ethan Carter gives the gift of gif
Three gifs. One game. That game is The Vanishing of Ethan Carter by The Astronauts, a first-person … well, actually, I don’t know.
Star Citizen Dogfighting Module release delayed
Chris Roberts and Cloud Imperium have decided to delay the release of the Star Citizen Dogfighting Module which was expected by the end of this year.
X Rebirth update 1.20 brings various trade ship fixes
Egosoft appears to be sticking fairly well to a “one new patch per week” schedule as it attempts to wrestle X Rebirth into being a decent, playable game.
Divinity: Original Sin delivers an alpha to its Kickstarter backers
Last week, you perhaps saw Larian’s Swen Vinke playing through around 40 minutes of Divinity: Original Sin in preparation for the game’s alpha release.
Total War: Rome 2 plonks Caesar in Gaul and releases Patch 8
Creative Assembly has released the first full expansion for Total War: Rome 2 today, in the form of Caesar in Gaul.
Typing of the Dead OVERKILL gets filthy with new DLC – F**k
SEGA are spicing things up with a new piece of DLC for Typing of the Dead OVERKILL.
Inferno Legends exclusive item giveaway – Open beta begins
Gamebox has today launched the open beta test for their devilishly themed MMO Inferno Legend.
Marvel Heroes Advance Pack lets you pre-order characters
Gazillion Entertainment have opened up Advance Pack orders for Marvel Heroes, letting you pre-order pretty much all of the playable heroes and villains to be released over the next year at a steep discount.
Payday 2 adds free Charlie Santa Heist
As a special Christmas present, Overkill Software have added a free heist to Payday 2 – the Charlie Santa Heist.
Dota 2 entry queues removed, game now genuinely free for everyone
A Dota 2 patch that went live tonight has come with the announcement that, at last, Dota 2 is really free for everyone.
Banished expected in January for around $20
Shining Rock Entertainment‘s Luke Hodorowicz has just taken part in a Q&A and revealed a rough release date for his medieval city builder Banished.
Steam Machine – WTF is inside it? Here’s one open
Corey Nelson has been posting up some great videos of the Steam Machine since it landed on his doorstep, but what is inside the black box of Steamy fun?
Just Cause 2 multiplayer gets launch trailer. Now on Steam.
The Just Cause 2 multiplayer mod is now up and running today and to celebrate a launch trailer has been released.
Crusader Kings II Patch 2.0.2 tones down event troops
If you’ve been playing Crusader Kings II of late, perhaps with the new Sons of Abraham DLC, you’ll have noticed that troops spawning from events tend to be a bit on the overpowered side.
Battlefield 4 patch lands with stability and netcode improvements
It’s the start of a new week which means more new Battlefield 4 fixes in today’s patch.
Robin makes the leap to Infinite Crisis
The latest hero to join in the Infinite Crisis MOBA battle is Batman’s sidekick, Robin.
Hunter, Hunted mode swoops onto Batman: Arkham Origins
Despite being a tad disappointed with the game in general, I rather liked Batman: Arkham Origins‘ multiplayer mode.
UnknownWorlds reveal Subnautica
UnknownWorlds are best known for their work on the team shooter Natural Selection 2 and a few months ago they revealed they were working on a new title.
The Walking Dead Season 2 Interview
In a new interview with The Walking Dead Season 2 development team at Telltale, which includes director Dennis Lenart and Mark Darin Season 2 game designer, they discuss the next installment of the adventure series.
Command & Conquer alpha servers now closed – Game will be returning
Back on 29 October EA decided that the new Command & Conquer should be shut down and cancelled as the game was not turning out as they hoped.
SteamOS installation guides with VirtualBox
It’s so tempting isn’t it? There’s a new OS in the wild and you just want to take a peek and see what all the fuss is about but at the same time are worried about screwing up your system.
Steam Machine Controller and Portal 2 in action in these videos
It’s nice to see the Steambox and the Steam Machine Controller finally out in the wild (see earlier unboxing videos) and today there’s some more footage worth checking out.