The one brick: Lego Lord of the Rings confirmed [Video]
It had already been strongly hinted at by some Lego toy packaging, but now we have confirmation; Lego Lord of the Rings will be coming to multiple platforms this autumn.
Company of Heroes 2 [Interview] – Making Russia the good guys
Following on from our preview of Company of Heroes 2 last week, we sat down with game director Quinn Duffy.
More ARPG action in new Legends of Dawn trailer & screens
Due for release at some point later this year, indie developer Dreamatrix has sent over a new trailer for the upcoming ARPG Legends of Dawn which offers everything you would expect to find in today’s fantasy ARPGs.
38 Studios closure leaves former staff with second mortgages
The tales of internal mismanagement at 38 Studios keep on emerging, even after the developer was forced to lay off its entire staff and close its doors last week.
Carmageddon Reincarnation ploughs into Kickstarter target
Stainless Games’ attempt to bring back the much-remembered Carmageddon series is accelerating towards reality, as the Kickstarter fund to finance the game has met its target.
Repeat the cycle: Pro Cycling Manager 2012 images
If you’re not already distracted by the summer sporting events of the Olympics and Euro 2012, maybe you can find time in your life for a little Tour de France.
ARPG devs discuss Diablo’s influence on the genre [Video]
Earlier this week we held a special launch night event and thousands of Diablo gamers joined us for an online live show.
During the show we aired four interviews with ARPG developers Crate Entertainment, Runic Games and Grinding Gear Games who discuss the influence of the Diablo franchise on their game development.
The developers also talk about their upcoming titles Grim Dawn, Torchlight 2 and Path of Exile.
38 Studios unable to pay its workforce
Financial troubles are deepening for Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning developer 38 Studios, as the latest reports from Rhode Island suggest that the company’s workforce is going unpaid.
Activision settles with EA in Modern Warfare case
Activision has reached a settlement with one of the parties in the complex Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 case, putting an end to the $400 million USD claim against fellow publisher Electronic Arts.
Carrier Command: Gaea Mission docks in September
Bohemia Interactive’s remake of the classic 1988 title Carrier Command will be released on 27 September for both PC and Xbox 360.
World of Warplanes strafes the ground [Video]
What’s that on the horizon? Is it … yes, it looks like another promotional video for the online multiplayer plane-fest World of Warplanes.
Lego Batman 2 pokes fun at Arkham City
Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes is showing that it’s still a series that has the ability to amuse, by releasing a handful of new images parodying the super-serious Batman: Arkham City character shots.
The Walking Dead shifts a million copies
The videogame adaptation of The Walking Dead has sold over a million copies across its two release platforms (XBLA and PC) in its first two weeks on sale.
“The most exciting aspect of getting off to such a great start is that this is just the beginning of the five episode series.
New Mass Effect 3 multiplayer DLC to add 6 new classes
It seems that BioWare are looking to release another multiplayer DLC pack for RPG-come-shooter Mass Effect 3.
GTA 5 to includes tanks, trains, bikes, boats, planes and cars
In a bizarre turn of events, some dedicated individual has sniffed out a vehicle list for Grand Theft Auto 5 via the Max Payne 3 disc.
SimCity [Interview] – Building a multiplayer world
Following on from our SimCity preview, we sat down with the game’s producer Jason Haber to try and clear up a few foggy areas and gain a clearer insight into the goal of the dev team.
IncGamers: There are so many visual cues and one-to-one graphical elements going in SimCity… was your intention to make a game that you didn’t need to go into the menus to play?
Tex Murphy needs money for a new case
Unlike Philip Marlowe, who seems happy enough to wander through most of The Long Goodbye with an unspent $5,000 USD bill in his pocket, Tex Murphy is a private eye who requires some serious funding.
Digital sales pay off for Ubisoft
Ubisoft has released its financial figures for 2011/2012, which show a slender $48.0 million USD net profit for the annual period (a profit margin of 3.6%).