has word by way of LinkedIn of a new "top secret next-gen game for
PS4 and PC" in the works at Interceptor Entertainment (Rise of the Triad) called
. What they've pieced together is that this is due next
year, and 3D Realms' Scott Miller is one of the 19 members of the development
team. But remember, it's a secret. Shhhh.
Steam News announces
available at 10% off for the first week. Here is the deal on this
point-and-click adventure for Windows and OS X:
How far would you go to
save your best friend?
For Gomo, the answer to this question is clear: To the end of the world an
further, if necessary.
Join him on his journey through the bizarre 2D landscapes of this dreamlike
Point & Click Adventure!
Far away, in a hidden valley Gomo and his dog Dingo live in undisturbed peace;
but serenity in this fairy tale vale soon comes to a violent end: an unknown
alien force abducts Gomo's companion. In exchange for his beloved pet, Gomo is
supposed to obtain a rare crystal for the alien. This crystal lies well
protected in a subterranean mine- getting your hands on this one won't be easy!
However, there is no choice, but doing as the alien asks...
You want to help Gomo? Then be prepared for a surreal journey packed with
Voice Cast Part 2 trailer
for Broken Age reveals Wil Wheaton
has joined the cast of Double Fine's
upcoming point-and-click adventure (thanks
). The clip reveals the participation of other voices familiar from
previous games, as well as Harmonix CEO Alex Rigopulos. Continue here to read the full story
Here's the VGX Teaser
for South Park: The Stick of Truth
, offering a very brief
look at Obsidian's upcoming action/RPG, teasing the debut of the world premier
trailer during tomorrow night's broadcast. Continue here to read the full story
Bethesda's thesurvivor2299 website
continues to tease something, which may be Fallout 4, the RPG sequel that
not be shown at Spike VGX
Official PlayStation Magazine
points to the
decoding of the message from this
to tell us what the latest update says: "I AM SORRY TO INFORM
YOU, BUT I’M AFRAID THEY’RE DEAD. YOUR LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEM IS JUST FINE. WELCOME
TO THE INSTITUTE. THE ONLY SAFE PLACE TO BE IN THIS WORLD."
Kalypso Media announces the release of The Japanese Incentive
, a new
expansion that brings some yakuza umami to the organized crime of Omerta:
City of Gangsters
shows off the add-on, and here's word:
Continue here to read the full story
Kalypso Media are
thrilled to announce that ‘The Japanese Incentive’, the official expansion for
the gangster themed strategy game Omerta – City of Gangsters, is now
available to download via digital download for £14.99/€19.99/$19.99. ‘The
Japanese Incentive’ will also be available on the Xbox 360® video game and
entertainment system from Microsoft in early 2014. In addition, a free update
for Omerta – City of Gangsters is also available for players: adding
improved AI, 5 new buildings and general gameplay fixes.
Kalypso Media has also released a new launch trailer highlighting some of the
exciting new features ‘The Japanese Incentive’ has to offer. In the brand new
campaign the player will come up against Irish mobsters, Ku-Klux-Klan racists, a
mysterious business man from the far-east and a beautiful Japanese woman – it’s
time for another episode in the life of The Boss!
‘The Japanese Incentive’ expansion offers budding mobsters a brand new and
exciting single player campaign with new characters, storyline, weapons and cut
scenes as well as unlocking new areas of Atlantic City, all ripe for the taking.
There’s no time to let your guard down as there’s a new enemy AI gang in the
city and they are looking to muscle in on your turf. It’s a story from a time
when love was more important than keeping your cool, but sometimes losing your
cool is the only way to get the job done.
now offers a
December 17th release date for the first episode in The Walking Dead: Season
, so the zombie sequel will launch before Christmas,
. This leaves 11
days to get the game at its preorder discount of 20% off the full price. Thanks
Steam news announces
that Star Lords
is now available under Valve's Early Access program:
Star Lords is an
epic, complex, dense, turn-based 4X PC strategy game, set in deep space.
Take command of one race to join the struggle for supremacy in the galaxy. As
the leader of your empire you are tasked with exploring the stars, colonizing
new worlds, managing your empire and conquering whoever dares to oppose you.
The galaxy is full of secrets and dangers: Discover ancient ruins and artifacts,
repel or befriend pirates, promote a general to guide your fleets to victory.
Concoct complex plots with your allies or use your intelligence services to
uncover weak spots on that threatening empire whose leader has vowed to destroy
Make sure to keep your population happy or be prepared to face protests against
your rule, or in a worst case scenario, rebel factions within your
Something I love: The time-saving macro functions of my Logitech G510 keyboard.
Something I hate: Having to re-enter these macros for the second time in a
couple of weeks. The first time was mostly my fault: I had two different
profiles, and managed to over-write the useful one with what was essentially an
empty one, which I'll partly blame on the software for making this too easy to
do. Then yesterday I lost them all on a reboot, so I really don't know what
happened, but it wasn't good. There's no function to explicitly "save" the
macros, but there is a way to import and export them, so I guess I'll play with
that to ensure I'm backed up.