NeoGAF & The Escapist: two gaming sites that have officially had their worst weekends.
Visceral Games is gone, and with it, any information we have had about the original Star Wars game they were developing.
Who knows what’s coming next?
The sequel to Defiant’s card game/action-rpg mashup looks like more of the same, and there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that.
The SNES Classic’s release isn’t the only nostalgia machine that’s getting attention today. Retro Games Ltd announced that it will be joining in on the tiny games market with their own wayback machine, called THEC64 Mini, to be released in early 2018.
It sounds a bit like a stabby sequel to a Beatles album, but in reality Ubisoft are developing a game mode for their latest AC game that includes no combat. Instead, players will wander the open world, learning about Ancient Egyptian life and taking tours of the Sphinx, the great Pyramids, and many other historic locales.
Well, apparently the notion that next year’s Ataribox is just another plug and play novelty act has vanished. To a certain extent, anyhow.
That’s right, ladies and gents: I am officially a contributor for the glorious folks over at Indie Haven. And to top it off, my first review, a piece about Puuba’s latest rogue-like The Weaponographist is live! Check it out here. In the meantime, keep an eye at both IndieHaven and Conquistadork for more glorious game coverage.
Well, the rumors have proven beautifully true–Sega is indeed bringing us an epic Total War game filled with orcs and dwarves and gods and chaos!
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.
Good news from Stockholm-based game developers Might And Delight–Shelter 2 officially has a release date!
That’s right, on March 9th, 2015 you will be able to take on the role of a mother lynx as she bears, rears, and protects her family of adorable baby lynxes (lynxlings?) from predators, starvation, and just generally the world at large.