Archive for June 14th, 2012

E3 2012 IndieCade part 4

by killatiaon June 14, 2012
[starrater tpl=10] The final chapter in killatia’s venture of IndieCade at e3 2012. For part 4 we played Coalesce, Tickleplane, and Dawn of Cimmeria  

Dawnguard Skill Trees and Shouts Revealed

by Andrew Kenton June 14, 2012
Thanks to Just Push Start, I can bring you these two fabulous screenshots along with information regarding the skill trees and shouts that come with the up coming Dawnguard DLC. All I can say is that Bethesda has given vampires much cooler powers than werewolves. Cry! Bestial Strength (four levels) – first level: do 25% […]

E3 2012: Dead Space 3 Interview with Product Manager Ellana Fortuna

by Steve Masterson June 14, 2012
At the EA Booth, Ellana Fortuna takes us behind the scenes and discusses some of the things that the team at Visceral Games are proud of in Dead Space 3. She also talks about the new co-op gameplay mechanics that will differentiate the single player campaign and the co-op campaign.

IG E3 2012 – Duels of the Planeswalkers 2013 – Magic the Gathering

by Chris Boreson June 14, 2012
[starrater tpl=10] Checking out the newest mtg offering releasing for xbox live, psn, pc, and even the ipad!

Top Gear Stunt School Revolution Out Today

by Sean Garmeron June 14, 2012
BBC Worldwide Digital Entertainment & Games announced today that Top Gear: Stunt School Revolution is now available for free download on iOS and coming soon on Android systems. Here are some the highlights of the game: Players will need to use their skills to jump higher, cut tighter turns and withstand destruction as they explore […]

Iwata Says Next Generation Will Not Be a Huge Upgrade

by Sean Garmeron June 14, 2012
It should not surprise anyone when hardware makers take shots at each other´s prowess. It happens all the time and won´t stop until the end of days. Many people from the journalism, developing, publishing, and hardware world blasted Nintendo for making the Wii, but then were totally surprised when Nintendo proved them wrong and the […]

Medal of Honor: Warfighter Gets Military Special Edition

by Adam Larckon June 14, 2012
EA has announced an edition of Medal of Honor: Warfighter that will only be available to military members. Medal of Honor: Warfighter Military Edition will include the limited edition of the game, as well as various in-game unlocks, including the Project HONOR camouflage pattern. All money raised through this will go to “the Navy SEAL […]

Penny Arcade’s Third Title Launching Early

by Adam Larckon June 14, 2012
Gamers waiting for Penny Arcade’s On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness 3 will have to wait a little bit less now. Penny Arcade announced that the game will be out June 25 for Steam and XBLIG instead of July 10 because the game is already done. Plus, they added that “waiting until July seems dumb.” […]

Microsoft Skipping TGS, Gamescom

by Adam Larckon June 14, 2012
It looks like E3 will be the last big conference for Microsoft this year. Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb posted that the company will be skipping both Gamescom in German and Tokyo Game Show in Japan. “This year, Xbox will be focusing on smaller, more localized promotions and experiences for press, partners, retailers and customers around […]

Rockstar Deals with Max Payne 3 Cheaters

by Adam Larckon June 14, 2012
We all hate playing with cheaters in games. So, it’s enjoyable to see the way Rockstar is dealing with them in Max Payne 3. Rockstar is forcing any gamer using hacked saves, modded games or various other exploits to play with each other in the “Cheaters Pool.” Rockstar is holding the right to unban any […]

THQ Possibly Misled Investors About uDraw

by Adam Larckon June 14, 2012
The uDraw may still be causing THQ headaches. Holzer Holzer & Fistel, a Georgia law firm, is investigating THQ for possibly misleading investors about the interest of the uDraw, according to Gamasutra. The firm states that THQ withheld info about the decreased demand and made “false and misleading” statements. If this proves true, the company […]