Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Could Be Announced Soon
0 CommentsPosted by Endre on April 18, 2012 under Articles & News, General, News, Rumor
A mysterious poster-image has been making its way around the internet today, seemingly advertising an announcement of CoD: Black Ops 2. The image, seen above, which Kotaku theorizes is a sure sign of an announcement date for the sequel to Black Ops, is of a slightly blurry man with a gun. "05/02/12" is the date written across the image with the ominous words "Return For Debriefing" written under... more.
Peter Molyneux Wants To Change The World
0 CommentsPosted by Endre on April 11, 2012 under Articles & News, General, Interviews, News
The man responsible for games like Populous, Dungeon Keeper, Black and White, and Fable, in an interview with Eurogamer, describes his goals with his new independent production company 22Cans in as much hyperbole as we have come to expect from Peter Molyneux. "When you've got all this technology and all these ways of touching and using these devices, and bringing that together in one experienc... more.
California GameStop Locations Will Put DLC Warnings On Used Games
0 CommentsPosted by Endre on April 10, 2012 under Articles & News, General, News
A settlement in a lawsuit from lawfirm Baron and Budd will force GameStop to label its used games for sale in California with a sticker warning consumers that they will have to pay for access to "free" DLCs that ordinarily come with the purchase of a new version of the game. Additionally, GameStop will have to put up stands or posters to warn consumers about the practice, as well as refunding bu... more.
Creator of Doom, Quake Plans MMO-Shooter
0 CommentsPosted by Endre on April 6, 2012 under Articles & News, Interviews, News
John Romero, one of the creative forces behind classic shooters like Doom, Wolfenstein, and Quake, is planning an MMO-shooting hybrid to be released on PC. Eurogamer got some of the details behind the game's development in an interview with Romero. He and his production studio Loot Drop have been working on creating a game with the feel of a first person shooter, and that will implement ongoing ... more.
Creator Of Original Shadowrun Attempting A Kickstarter Sequel
0 CommentsPosted by Endre on April 5, 2012 under Articles & News, General, News
Jordan Weisman, creator of the original 1989 version of the game Shadowrun, is using the increasingly popular website Kickstarter to raise funds for a true sequel to the game. He and production company Hairbrained Schemes are attempting to raise $400,000 for the development of Shadowrun Returns. Though there have been many iterations of the game, fans of the original Shadowrun will tell you t... more.
Minecraft Creator Reveals New Project 0x10c
0 CommentsPosted by Endre on April 3, 2012 under Articles & News, General, News
Markus "Notch" Persson, creator of the uber-popular indie hit Minecraft, has unveiled his newest gaming project: a space strategy/exploration game with the curious title of 0x10c. The official website for the game gives some details about the backstory and main features planned for the game. The story revolves around the space race of the 1970's and 80's, with the premise being that a deep-sp... more.
Worms Revolution Announced for Fall 2012
0 CommentsPosted by Endre on March 30, 2012 under Articles & News, General, News
Team 17 has announced a new game in the long-running Worms series, and this time it will use a new engine. Worms Revolution has been set for release on PC and consoles in the third quarter of this year, according to Joystiq. Though new Worms games are not necessarily an irregular occurence (there have been over 15 versions since the original release of Worms in 1993), the promise of a revampe... more.
New Playstation Console “Orbis” Rumored For 2013
0 CommentsPosted by Endre on March 28, 2012 under Articles & News, News, Rumor
A rumor regarding the name and some of the details behind the next generation console from Sony have been revealed on the website Kotaku. According to their unnamed but reliable source, the console is being developed under the working title of "Orbis." Some of the details described include the use of AMD x64 CPUs and AMD Southern Island GPUs, as well as the complete disregard for backwards co... more.
Audiosurf Sequel Expected In 2012
0 CommentsPosted by Endre on March 27, 2012 under Articles & News, General, News
A sequel to the 2008 music-platformer Audiosurf is to be released sometime in 2012. The sequel, Audiosurf Air, has the announcement posted on the official website. While Audiosurf isn't a huge title to most gamers, those who know about it should be excited about a sequel. The game takes audio tracks, such as mp3s, from a user's computer and creates a racing track-style platform that incorpora... more.
CCP Assures that World of Darkness MMO Will Happen
0 CommentsPosted by Endre on March 24, 2012 under Articles & News, General, News
CCP, makers of EVE Online, have assured fans that the vampire-themed MMO based on the popular roleplaying series World of Darkness is still in the works in spite of its long development time. IGN reports some of the details that Senior producer Chris McDonough revealed at the EVE fanfest in Iceland. The game will be based on vampires though the World of Darkness RPG book series has a much bro... more.
Minecraft Gets Xbox Live Release Date
0 CommentsPosted by Endre on March 22, 2012 under Articles & News, General, News
Insanely popular indie hit Minecraft will finally be coming to Xbox live on May 9th after missing the original mid-March release date. Microsoft's Major Nelson announced the release date, along with a few others, on his blog. Minecraft was officially released for PC last November after what seemed like forever in playable beta. Now fans of the building/platformer can look forward to getting i... more.
Dragon’s Lair Coming To Xbox Live with Kinect
0 CommentsPosted by Endre on March 21, 2012 under Articles & News, General, News
The timeless adventure/platformer Dragon's Lair will be made available on Xbox live in the near future. The PlayXBLA website announced that the game, originally released in 1983 on Laserdisc, will be coming to the Xbox Live arcade and will be compatible with Kinect controls. Dragon's Lair has already been ported to mobile versions on the iPhone and Android markets, causing a resurgence in pop... more.
Blizzard Trying To Bring WoW to iPhone
0 CommentsPosted by Endre on March 19, 2012 under Articles & News, Interviews, News, Rumor
Blizzard is trying to bring hugely popular MMO World of Warcraft to the iPhone. If successful, this would mark a dramatic shift in the legitimacy of MMORPGs on a mobile platform. John Lagrave, senior producer of World of Warcraft, spoke with Eurogamer about the possibility of bringing the huge and ever-expanding MMO to mobile platforms. Though he admits there are many challenges with bringing... more.
Bioware Open To Changing End Of Mass Effect 3
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After initially stating that they had no intentions of altering the ending of the storyline of Mass Effect 3, BioWare has seemingly changed their tune, leaving the possibility of a change open. The Facebook page for Mass Effect posted a statement in an attempt to clarify their position on changing the game. In the statement, it is made clear that though BioWare had previously stated that there... more.