Posts Tagged Deep Silver
Saints Row 4: Gat Out of Hell screens display devilish charm
In these Saints Row 4: Gat Out of Hell screens, the devil isn’t so much in the details as in full view.
Third-person survival mystery ESCAPE Dead Island announced
Yes, that is intended to be in full caps: Deep Silver have revealed ESCAPE Dead Island, a single-player game set between Dead Island and Dead Island 2.
Sacred 3 out now, is apparently a bit rubbish
Action-RPG Sacred 3 has hit Steam today, to a resounding chorus of “oh dear” from the Steam userbase.
Koch acquire Homefront from Crytek
The fate of the Homefront IP has been decided as Koch acquire the brand from Crytek.
Risen 3: Titan Lords trailer surprisingly quotes F Scott Fitzgerald
In the words of Bob Dylan “you’ve been through all of F Scott Fitzgerald’s books”; who knew he was talking about Risen 3: Titan Lords?
Koch Media not for sale, says Deep Silver
Deep Silver have unequivocally denied rumours that Koch Media is up for sale.
Escape Dead Island is another Dead Island game
Before you switch off to a state of natural indifference about another Dead Island zombie game, let’s see what Escape Dead Island has to offer.
Homefront: The Revolution is Crytek’s go at the series
The original Homefront was a pretty disastrous first-person shooter with a bloated advertising budget that helped to sink publisher THQ.
Metro Redux coming to PC with a tonne of improvements
Metro Redux will be hitting PC in addition to the newest consoles, and it offers a raft of improvements to both Metro 2033 and Last Light.
Sacred 3 still exists, coming this summer
Since Deep Silver took over the Sacred license in 2009, the status of Sacred 3 seems to have drifted in and out of the news.
Killer is Dead coming to life on PC later this year
UPDATE: Trailer now viewable below.
Deep Silver has announced that it will be bringing Killer is Dead – a hyper-stylish action game developed by Grasshopper Manufacture and Kadokawa Games – to the PC later this year.
X Rebirth modder releases work in progress trade fix
If you’ve been unlucky enough to pre-order X Rebirth or have read my review, then you’ll know that one of the many game-breaking issues at large in the title is the problem of trade.
X Rebirth 100% loading bug has a recommended fix
Egosoft has released the latest in its sprawling space epic X series today, in the form of X Rebirth.
Metro: Last Light’s last DLC goes on sale
The final piece of DLC for Metro: Last Light – the Chronicles Pack – is now on Steam for £3.99.
Enter the Dominatrix whipped into shape for 23 October
Saints Row 4‘s long-awaited Enter the Dominatrix DLC – which was originally scheduled for Saints Row: The Third – has been dated for 23 October.
Das Kapital: X Rebirth trailer talks trading and economics
The X series of space sims has always offered multiple branches of activities for players to partake in (or not, as desired,) and one of those has tended to be trading.
Here’s Johnny: Saints Row IV’s GAT V pack is free for the day
In this exciting ONE TIME OFFER, Volition is offering a free ‘GAT V’ pack for Saints Row IV until the clock ticks around to 18 September.
Metro: Last Light’s Developer Pack released, contains MANY SPIDERS
Metro: Last Light‘s third DLC pack, the Developer Pack, has been released.
In development: Metro: Last Light’s ‘Developer Pack’ coming 17 September
Here’s a behind the scenes look at our news-selection process: there’s a press release out today concerning Metro: Last Light’s next couple of bits of DLC.
Metro: Last Light devs tease something rocket-y
The official Metro: Last Light Twitter account has posted up a screenshot of the underside of a rocket, and it’s very clearly (judging by the hand at the bottom of the screen) a Metro screenshot.
Looming: Metro Last Light’s ‘Tower Pack’ DLC available, seems to crash a lot
The second piece of Metro: Last Light DLC should be available to everyone on the PC today.
Metro(n): Metro: Last Light’s Tower Pack goes all virtual
Deep Silver have announced that the Tower Pack for Metro: Last Light will hit Steam next week, on 3 September.
Saints Row 4 Review
Saints Row has changed. The first game was a vaguely silly Grand Theft Auto rip-off that had some neat twists, but was slathered in problems and flaws – most notably, “not being as good as Grand Theft Auto.” The second was an utterly superb game that focused on the ridiculous and managed to evoke regular laughs, both with its script and its missions.