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Releases of the Week: ending 26 August
Deus Ex, Tropico 4, Street Fighter III: Online Edition, Hector: Badge of Carnage.
The Week That Was… (ending 29 Aug)
Deus Ex, Borderlands 2, Driver: San Fran, Steam refunds and new Halo details.
McCaig: The whole entertainment industry is blending into one
“Movies and games will soon be the same thing.”
Speaking at today’s 2011 Develop Conference, Iain McCaig (principal designer and artist on Star Wars episodes one to three) believes that “movies and games will soon be the same thing.”
McCaig, whose first job in videogames was as a character designer on Lucasfilm Games’ (now LucasArts) The Secret of Monkey Island, believes this convergence represents the “most amazing time to be alive.”
His words came during Develop 2011’s Art Keynote, entitled ‘Showtime!’
“The whole entertainment industry is blending into one.
Incoming! Week Ending 28 May
Our regular round-up of the week’s most interesting scheduled releases.
In what is an incredbily slow week for new games, it’s DiRT 3 that is undoubtedly the leader of the pack.
Incoming! Week Ending 21 May
Our regular round-up of the week’s most interesting releases.
With Rockstar’s L.A.
Incoming! Week Ending 30 April
Darkspore, Jurassic Park and Virtua Tennis lead the way in this week’s release list.
Incoming! Week Ending 23 April
Our regular look at the week’s hottest games.
With the previous two weeks having been fairly quiet, it’s our pleasure to announce that the coming days sees a number of very interesting releases finally arriving on store shelves.
Incoming! Week Ending 16 April
The week’s most interesting releases revealed.
Unfortunately, the slow week we experienced over the last seven days is set to continue with only a couple truly interesting new games hitting shelves. Magicka’s’Vietnam’ DLC and World of Tanks are arriving on PC (so long as you’re based in the US) while on console Michael Jackson: The Experience is likely going to be the biggest hit of the week.
Incoming! Week Ending 9 April
The week’s most exciting releases exposed.
After the glut of quality of titles released through March, the first full week of April is decidedy low-key by comparision.
Incoming! Week Ending 2 April
Looking to spend those hard earned pennies on some games this week?
Incoming! Week Ending 26 March
What should you be looking out for over the coming week?
Incoming! Week Ending 19 March
The RPG-dominated release lineups of the past two weeks is a thing of the past as shooters and sports games are the games to look out for this week.
Incoming! Week Ending March 12
Last week’s influx of MMOs – in the form of Euro releases for Pokemon White and Black and Rift – is set to continue this week with the launch of Dragon Age II (360, PS3 and PC) and the porting of PC dungeon crawler Torchlight across to XBLA.
DC Universe Online Beta Ending Event Starting
The Beta for DC Universe Online has been running for a few weeks both on the PC and Playstation 3 and tomorrow the superhero MMOROG Beta will close down before the game launches on 11 January.
Darkfall Trial Offer Ending Tomorrow
If you’d like to take part in the trial of Darkfall for an all-time low price of €1 or $1, be sure to grab it quickly. Anyone wanting to try out the game can currently pick it up for this token fee, but the offer is only available until tomorrow evening, 9pm GMT on Friday 7 May.
Metro 2033: Multiple Endings Confirmed
THQ and 4A have confirmed Metro 2033 will have a variety of different endings.
PC Digital Sales Charts: Week Ending 30 January
This week’s digital download charts have proven how massive Mass Effect 2 is.
PC Digital Sales Charts: Week Ending 3 January
The charts for most digital download services have been dominated by each service’s holiday sales.Steam’s charts for the past week are filled with some of the bigger offers the service made, with Left 4 Dead 2 – discounted twice during the period – topping them.
Remedy To Remove Alan Wake Ending From Media Code?
Alan Wake developer Remedy Entertainment has revealed it may remove the game’s ending from review code sent to the media prior to the game’s release.
Atari Not Attending E3
Atari has pulled out of E3, three weeks before the event is due to begin.Joystiq have the scoop, reporting that the official line is that this is a “proactive decision to attend but not exhibit at this year’s E3 event,” and that the company is focused on “other selling and marketing initiatives.”The ESA, which runs E3, appears to still be showing Atari as an exhibitor, and according to Joystiq is referring all inquires regarding this to Atari – who are only confirming that they’re not attending the show and do not have other LA press events planned during the E3 time period.So no Ghostbusters and Champions Online at E3, then.
X Rebirth DLC free until 1 November, patch 2.50 detailed
As a kind of reward for sticking with X Rebirth for so long, Egosoft is giving away the upcoming DLC for free until 1 November.
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution PC Review
Right, let’s get the obvious disclaimer out of the way. If you know nothing about Naruto – if you don’t know your Rasengan from your Chidori and your Konohamaru from your Konohagakure, and if you think Akatsuki is something spicy you have with rice – then you will get almost no enjoyment out of Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution at all.
Adventure game luminaries reminisce about Gabriel Knight
In honour of the impending release of Gabriel Knight‘s remake, a bunch of adventure game luminaries are talking about why the original game is so great.
Van Helsing 2 Complete Pack includes new Pigasus DLC
Two news stories in one about The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing 2, including word of a curious flying pig device.
Total War EGX booth images hint at next game reveal
Some images leaked out of EGX show Creative Assembly’s Total War booth, offering hints at tomorrow’s new game reveal.