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ANNOUNCEMENT 26 Apr 2016­ by Sawyer Scherbenske

RUINER

It’s like top-down Ghost in the Shell but with a whole lot more psychopathic brain controlled murder and dashing. Leave it to the guys who made the protagonist a faceless sociopath, made his mission to take revenge on Heaven, and painted their website in blood red to make a game like this. I say Ghost…
ANNOUNCEMENT 26 Apr 2016­ by Simon Sirmenis

360 Through HITMAN’s Sapienza

Today saw the release of the second HITMAN episode – Sapienza. Marking that Square Enyx released a 360 degree trailer of the sunny Mediterranean town. It is done in a travel advisor fashion and just shows off how nice and detailed the place looks. Though the trailer could be in higher quality... Square did 360…
ANNOUNCEMENT 26 Apr 2016­ by L Coulsen

Michonne and Clementine: It’s Time For What We Deserve

As Michonne steps out of the spotlight, we have some words from Robert Kirkman about a full-fledged season 3 of Telltale's The Walking Dead. The former wraps up the events surrounding the titular character's break from the main group and, hopefully, will bring a degree of closure to her life. At least, as much as…
ANNOUNCEMENT 26 Apr 2016­ by Lee Braden

Champions of Anteria

In bit of an oddity to everyone, Blue Byte have announced a new game – Champions of Anteria, a game set in a magical fantasy land of fun and well stocked taverns. Recounting the tale of extravagant champions who embarked on a mission to free Anteria, free territories from warring factions, take on monsters, bosses…
ANNOUNCEMENT 26 Apr 2016­ by Simon Sirmenis

The Homefront Background

Deep Silver released a new cinematic trailer for Homefront: The Revolution today which gives us a better insight into the backstory of the game. It’s a timeline trailer briefing us on the event from 1972 to 2027, the rise of North Korea and the fall of the United States of America. As I predicted North…
ANNOUNCEMENT 26 Apr 2016­ by Stephen Haselden

Reclaim Master of Orion 1, 2 & 3 on GoG

If you own a boxed copy of Master of Orion 1,2, or 3 you can now reclaim any version as a digital copy on GoG. This may seem like a minor step for GoG, and yes most MoO fans have probably bought a digital copy by now (MoO 1 & 2 where the first games…
ANNOUNCEMENT 26 Apr 2016­ by Kyle Johnson

John Romero Announces New FPS – Blackroom

Described as a “visceral action-FPS set in a holoroom gone rogue,” Blackroom sees Romero returning to major game development since he released Area 51 in 2005 at Midway Austin, which has since gone bankrupt. Joining Romero is Adrian Carmack (no relation to John Carmack) from their time spent at and founding id Software together. The…
ARTICLES 23 Apr 2016­ by Kyle Johnson

Paid Mods Are Slowly Returning to Steam

Almost a month after I brought the news that paid custom games had made their way into Dota 2, and almost a year since paid mods found their way onto Steam, a few new pieces of information and updates from Steam have hinted at the inglorious return of paid mods. As we all remember, the…
ANNOUNCEMENT 23 Apr 2016­ by Simon Sirmenis

HITMAN’s Sapienza Episode Available on April 26

HITMAN has been teasing us with its second Mediterranean Sapienza episode for some time now. We’ve seen it in countless trailers and pictures pretty much for the time the game was revealed. In the new episode Agent 47 is going to target a bioengineer Silvio Caruso who is apparently working on a bioweapon but the…
ANNOUNCEMENT 23 Apr 2016­ by Kyle Johnson

The Long Dark Gets Challenge Mode, More in Latest Updates

The latest update for Hinterland Studio’s The Long Dark, titled “Tireless Menace,” brings major changes to the game, on top of the preparations for Story Mode made earlier this month. The major addition is a Challenge Mode, where two separate challenges provide structure to those looking for something more in a sandbox survival game. Furthermore,…
ANNOUNCEMENT 23 Apr 2016­ by L Coulsen

Fear the Effect of Kickstarter

Some years ago, back in the heady days of the PlayStation, as in the PlayStation, without any number following it, yeah, back then, believe it or not, Square Enix (or Squaresoft as they were then known) didn't suck. To be fair, they don't really suck now, but they are far from what they used to…
ANNOUNCEMENT 23 Apr 2016­ by Lee Braden

Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak – The Search for Khaaneph

In a small bit of news about Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak, someone has found a nice document from Blackbird Interactive that has some information about the Kiith Khaaneph. The end of the document states the release date of April 26th, alas we don't have much information on how different the Khaaneph vehicles are to Gaalsien,…
ANNOUNCEMENT 23 Apr 2016­ by Sawyer Scherbenske

Gremlins, Inc. Uninvited Guests Are Here!

Uninvited Guests, the DLC for the online card game Gremlins, Inc., is out along with a major update. Uninvited Guests adds on new character portraits, background, icons, messages and emoticons, new music for the main menu, and customization themes for player profiles. The DLC package is $5 or your countries equivalent and you can check…
ANNOUNCEMENT 23 Apr 2016­ by Kyle Johnson

Mirror’s Edge Catalyst Release Pushed Back

With just a hair over a month to go before the game’s release, and just as the beta about to start, DICE have announced that Mirror’s Edge Catalyst has been delayed by two weeks. The reason for this is to give by the developer is an opportunity to “address player feedback from the Closed Beta,”…