Hi-Rez Studios announced today that the Second Season of their popular god-stomper Smite includes a new Conquest map, a new god, and changes to items! Knowing how much Hi-Rez loves to pile on the goodies, I doubt this info is even scratching the surface.
When it rains, it pours!
A mere fistful of days after Introversion announced that its hit Prison Architect would be getting off the Methadone of Steam’s Early Access, Failbetter Games has announced the date that its story-heavy Victorian horrorshow Sunless Sea would be getting a full release date!
Joystiq might be on its way out, but it appears that Four In February will still be going strong!
Well, slap some cuffs on me and call me a serial murderer: Introversion Software announced today that it plans to offer a full release of its already massively successful Early Access title Prison Architect in 2015.
For now, it seems that the end of the episodic adventure game is nowhere in sight, and lovers of the unique and surreal couldn’t be happier about that fact. The most recent example comes from the kinetic and distinctly French tang of Life Is Strange, which will be released by this time tomorrow on January 30th.
Dancing merrily through the Escapist forums today came the word that several members of Defy Media’s staff would be receiving the rusted battleaxe that is unemployment, including Escapist’s Editor-in-Chief, Greg Tito. Tito took a moment on TwitLonger to point out that this appears to be a lose-lose situation no matter which way you slice it:
Yes, the problem of the fetch quest has plagued gamers for years. But it’s possible that after all this time Atlus Games and Eden Industries have come up with an explanation.
The “retro-future” aesthetic of Isolation puts you right into the universe. It’s a Throwback Thursday to a Thursday that we completely fabricated. One where interstellar travel and cassette tapes held hands and probably made out under the bleachers: truly bizarre and a lot of fun.