Posts Tagged preview


Tom Sparks and the Quakes of Ruin Alpha Preview

In Tom Sparks and the Quakes of Ruin, Tom Sparks – the Freddie Mercury of the gaming world – is on a mission to do… something, because… something happened.

By Andrew May | 2 May 2014 | 1

Don’t Starve preview

Day 1 – Morning:
Our protagonist, Wilson, has been dumped into a hostile wilderness.

By Tim McDonald | 10 Dec 2012 | Comments Off

Cargo Commander [Preview] – Crate stuff

Cargo Commander is Moon in videogame form, with Sam Rockwell’s role taken by a bearded, blue-collar chap who owns a “fuck you!” button, and Kevin Spacey replaced by a sound system that only knows one song.

By Peter Parrish | 22 Oct 2012 | Comments Off

A Game of Dwarves [Preview] – Dweorgen Keeper

If I were to describe an isometric strategy game where you mine out resources from underground caverns, provide living arrangements and food sources for your denizens, ensure the happiness of your charges, build traps, and train military units to tackle foes, there’s a fair chance that anyone who played PC games in the late 90s would respond “hey, that sounds like Dungeon Keeper 2”.

By Peter Parrish | 24 Sep 2012 | Comments Off

IncGamers Plays Torchlight 2

Being a Saturday night we thought it would be rather fun to take Runic Games’ ARPG Torchlight 2 for a spin and stream it out live.

By Paul Younger | 16 Sep 2012 | 1

War of the Human Tanks [Preview] – Candy Commandos

War of the Human Tanks is a game in which you are actively encouraged to use young, anime-style girls as suicide bombers.

By Peter Parrish | 3 Aug 2012 | Comments Off

20 hours with The Secret World – A pre-review [Feature]

I should be straight up with this: split across both the closed beta and the early access period (I’m writing this right before the game officially launches) I’ve played Funcom’s modern-day fantasy-horror MMO, The Secret World, for quite a lot longer than 20 hours.

By Tim McDonald | 3 Jul 2012 | 1,140

E3 2012: Dishonored [Preview]

No matter how jaded the annual E3 event might leave you feeling, a game or two that seem tailor-made to your tastes will almost always emerge. 

By Peter Parrish | 7 Jun 2012 | 8

E3 2012: The Elder Scrolls Online [Preview]

From the moment it was confirmed in May, the major fear about The Elder Scrolls Online has been how Zenimax Online Studios will transfer a resolutely single player series to an MMO structure in a way that pleases fans of the series and prospective MMO players alike.

By Peter Parrish | 6 Jun 2012 | 15

E3 2012: Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes [Preview]

The block-based Batman returns this month (19 June to be precise), and he’s bringing even more heroic friends and dastardly villains with him than ever before.

By Peter Parrish | 6 Jun 2012 | Comments Off

E3 2012: Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes [Preview]

The block-based Batman returns this month (19 June to be precise), and he’s bringing even more heroic friends and dastardly villains with him than ever before.

By Peter Parrish | 6 Jun 2012 | Comments Off

F1 Online [Preview] – Massively multiplayer online racer

Upon loading up F1 Online, the free-to-play browser-based game from many of the same team involved in the console F1 games, I had no real expectations.

By John Robertson | 22 May 2012 | Comments Off

Heroes & Generals Pre-Beta [Preview] – When genres collide

The time spent in pre-beta sessions with Reto-Moto’s Heroes & Generals has convinced me that I am neither.

By Peter Parrish | 8 May 2012 | Comments Off