Archive for 4 April 2014
Chaos Reborn Preview
The original Chaos was a game that sucked up huge amounts of my childhood.
DayZ Standalone update next week brings throwing and new controls
The latest DayZ Standalone update from Dean Hall covers news on fireplaces, physics and mouse control.
GODUS gets a 2.0.4 update to improve the game again
22Cans has released another GODUS update on Steam which includes a new homeworld that they want players to test.
Battlefield 4 Megalodon has been found. Giant shark action inside
Like the Loch Ness Monster, the Battlefield 4 Megalodon was a mystery that needed to be solved.
World of Warcraft Warlords of Draenor patch notes reveal stat squishing
There’s a huge update for the World of Warcraft Warlords of Draenor expansion today now that alpha testing is underway in testing.
Star Conflict adds Oculus Rift support
To celebrate two years of service, Star Conflict is receiving more updates including Oculus Rift support immersing players in their cockpits for the first time.
Triumph show off the Age of Wonders 3 level editor
Triumph Studios have released a “Let’s Edit” video showing off how super-simple the Age of Wonders 3 level editor actually is.
Alien: Isolation’s audio secret is a lady stamping on vegetables
This new trailer about the audio production in Creative Assembly’s upcoming Alien: Isolation title reveals some traditional foley recording techniques.
Thief titles are keepers in the GOG weekend sale
I hope everybody appreciates my avoidance of the obvious “Thief games are a steal” joke in that GOG sale headline, there.
Trials Fusion PC beta gets more tracks tomorrow
RedLynx’s Trials Fusion beta for the PC will be expanding to encompass some ‘Urban Sprawl’ tomorrow, 5 April.
The Elder Scrolls Online out now, has new cinematic trailer
The Elder Scrolls Online is out right at this very moment, and Bethesda are so excited by this that they’ve released a new cinematic trailer.
Watch Dogs Vigilante Edition gets an unboxing video
With the Watch Dogs release now getting closer Ubisoft pumped out this unboxing video to show what’s inside the Vigilante Edition of the game.
Shannon Tweed’s Attack of the Groupies Review / Playthrough
Well, there’s one bit of genius for you. If you’re going to release a game as patently ridiculous as Shannon Tweed’s Attack of the Groupies, you might as well release it on April 1st.
Planets³ reaches Kickstarter goal. Prepare for open world voxel adventuring
Developer Cubical Drift has been busy raising funds for Planets³ for a few weeks now and this evening they’ve reached their goal of $250k.
Minecraft 1.7.6 pre-release 1 brings unique players IDs
The 1.7.6 pre-release 1 update for Minecraft means there’s nowhere to hide as Mojang starts to implement unique player IDs.