Posts Tagged Techland
Hellraid demonstrates its smarty-pants skeletons
If you’ve been following Techland’s Hellraid blog about designing the AI for its dungeon-dwelling creatures, you’ll know the developer has been using a method called “HTN Planner” which allows the AI to dynamically react to a range of situations and conditions.
Hellraid devs talk medieval swordfighting
When it comes down to it, how do you effectively hit someone with a double-handed sword?
Hellraid’s interactive trailer will kill you repeatedly
Did you know that Dead Island developer Techland is working on a first-person hack-and-slasher called Hellraid?
Dead Island: Riptide nods to original with CG trailer [Video]
Stand-alone expansion, spin-off, call it what you will; Dead Island: Riptide will taking the mechanics of the original title and putting the familiar foursome in brand new, zombie-infested levels.
Can Call of Juarez: Gunslinger succeed after The Cartel’s failure? [Interview]
It’s no secret that Call of Juarez: The Cartel was a bit of a failure.
Techland: The future of the industry is digital
Prepare yourself to say goodbye to those discs, because the future of the indsutry is digital.
Call of Juarez: The Cartel was a “deconstruction of the state of modern society”, says Techland
Call of Juarez: The Cartel was… well, not a very successful game.
Call of Juarez returns with “arcade FPS” Gunslinger [Video]
As expected after yesterday’s teaser image, Ubisoft and Techland have announced a brand new Call of Juarez title.
Call of Juarez announcement expected tomorrow
Anyone who played Call of Juarez: The Cartel may not exactly be clamouring for a new game in that series; but an enigmatic new image posted on the series’ Facebook page is hinting at a return to the past.
Dead Island Riptide is “not a sequel”
Due in 2013, Techland’s Dead Island Riptide will be more of a sideways step than a sequel.
Internal Techland team working on ‘Project Hell’ title
Techland, the makers of Dead Island, have given an internal spin-off team the task of developing a game that’s currently called Project Hell (though that’s just a working title).