Posts Tagged PC
Lucky thirteen: latest batch of games to be Greenlit on Steam
Hopefully you’re a fan of werewolves, European trucks or outer space, because all of those things are represented in this latest collection of thirteen games to make it through Steam’s Greenlight system.
Grim Dawn developers update on progress towards Alpha
Crate Entertainment has issued another ‘State of the Game’ post on the Grim Dawn forums, updating people with the title’s general progress and momentum towards an Alpha release.
Credits, Cobras and Crowd-Funding: David Braben tells us about Elite: Dangerous
At the time of writing, Frontier Developments’ attempt to Kickstart a new entry in the venerable and classic Elite series is heading towards £600,000 GBP of a £1.25 million GBP target.
Your vision is augmented: Deus Ex texture mod released
After five years of hard re-texturing work, the ‘New Vision’ mod for the original Deus Ex has been released in its final form.
Slam jam: Barkley 2 reaches Kickstarter funding goal in under a day
Everybody get up, it’s time to slam now (again). The Kickstarter campaign for a sequel to 2008’s b-ball RPG Barkley, Shut Up & Jam: Gaiden has surpassed its goal of $35,000 USD in less than 24 hours.
THQ seeks cash influx through unlikely Humble Bundle team-up
It’s no secret that THQ has been struggling financially for several months now, but with the situation looking ever more desperate for the publisher, some unusual avenues are now being explored.
Model Citizen: Metro Last Light’s latest live action trailer
Despite being in perilous financial straits, THQ still seems to have plenty of money to throw around for marketing its increasingly-delayed set of forthcoming games.
Dirty Bomb revealed as PC exclusive by Splash Damage in trailer
This morning at 11:29AM developer Splash Damage revealed their next title called Dirty Bomb.
Molyneux muses over follower AI in latest Godus broadcast
What’s going on over at 22Cans today? Well, thanks to the now-daily update from Project Godus we can have a look.
Round-Table Strategy: Citadels promises new take on Arthurian legend
Eastern Europe sure seems to like King Arthur. The Hungarian-based developer NeoCore has released a pair of RPG-strategy hybrids starring the mythological British king, and now Games Distillery (located in Bratislava, Slovakia) will be releasing a real-time strategy title featuring the monarch in the “first half” of 2013.
Pull all the strings in Dungeonland’s ‘Dungeon Master’ mode
A new trailer for Dungeonland confirms what most people who’ve seen the game have probably been hoping for since day one; a mode where you play as the Dungeon Master himself, unleashing hordes of enemies on the unsuspecting heroes (your pals).
Oculus Rift dev kits to begin shipping in March
The virtual reality headset kit, Oculus Rift, raised around ten times the amount it was asking for when the project launched on Kickstarter back in August.
Squirrel in a woodchipper: it’s the Far Cry 3 co-op trailer
Not actually featuring squirrels in woodchippers, but that’s the kind of phrasing you can look forward to from the characters in Far Cry 3’s co-op mode.
Aftershocks: Battlefield 3’s ‘Aftermath’ DLC coming to PC in December
A new Battlefield 3 video from DICE and EA gives an overview of the design philosophy behind one of the four maps coming in the ‘Aftermath” DLC map pack.
IncGamers Plays: Air Buccaneers
Some recent archaeological finds have revealed new, astonishing truths about Vikings.
Second Elder Scrolls Online “Ask Us Anything” goes lore-heavy
If you’ve been holding out for an answer on whether “Joruun the Skald-King” will be making an appearance in The Elder Scrolls Online, then this latest ‘Ask Us Anything’ session from the developers will probably have you salivating.
Q&A with Legend of Dungeon developers RobotLovesKitty
Calvin Goble and Alix Stolzer, the husband and wife team collectively known as RobotLovesKitty, have just launched a Kickstarter campaign to drum up a little extra funding for their latest title, Legend of Dungeon.
IO Interactive “looking at” patch for Hitman Absolution’s disguise system
A post from an IO Interactive community manager in Eidos’ Hitman: Absolution forums confirms that the developers are considering changes to the way the game handles disguises; specifically, the range at which enemies can detect Agent 47 when he’s dressed like one of them.
Assassin’s Creed 3 released on PC
It’s been out now for a few weeks on the consoles and it’s available on the PC after a slightly longer development cycle at UbiSoft’s Kiev studio.
Molyneux rises again to launch Project GODUS Kickstarter
You may know Peter Molyneux by many names; the driving force behind Bullfrog, the creator of the Fable series, the great deceiver, the almighty turtleneck, that guy who made a game about tapping a cube.
No more pond-tents, thanks to DayZ’s new community update
The latest build for successful Arma 2 zombie-survival mod DayZ is rolling out, and it’s an update that has been entirely developed by the game’s community.
It’s “survival of the sickest” in Far Cry 3’s multiplayer trailer
I’m not too sure how I feel about the information that the highest scoring member of a Far Cry 3 competitive multiplayer team gets to “choose the fate” of the highest scorer from the losing team.
Legend of Dungeon readying Kickstarter campaign and demo (update: now live)
Update: The Kickstarter and demo are now live at the project’s Kickstarter page.