Archive: October, 2012
NIS America has released a new game by AQUIRE Corp (the devs behind the original Tenchu series). Focusing on focused battles in enclosed sections of the ruins of a long forgotten castle town. Rumor has it that a weapon of invincible power is located somewhere on it’s grounds and the factions are battling to find it first. (more…)Posted in: PC Tags: AQUIRE Corp, Clan of Champions, NIS America, Steam
The HD remake of Painkiller is available now on Steam! Included during Steam’s Halloween Sale you can get the preorder bonus ‘Cemetery Halloween Edition DLC’ that features the first level of the game, decorated for Halloween with special enemies and an accievement to unlock.
The remake is from Nordic Games and features all of the original content from Painkiller and Battle Out Of Hell. Powered by the Unreal Engine 3, the game still sticks to it’s original formula of no auto-healing while resting however.
For more on this title check out the features trailer that Joshua Rust posted just over a week ago.Posted in: PC Tags: Battle Out Of Hell, DLC, halloween, Nordic Games, Painkiller, Steam
Nathan Pryor posted something pretty remarkable on youtube. A pumpkin carved with 128 squares for LED’s, which users can control a fully playable version of Tetris on by moving the stem on top which serves as the joystick.
Check it out here:
Launching today on Apples iTunes APP store, you can pick up a quite impressive looking overhead shooter. Borderlands Legends. The game seems to focus on in game cash to buy new weapons instead of gathering loot, but does include leveling up and skill tree goodness. Starring the playable characters from the original Borderlands, gamers play through randomized missions which should hopefully keep replayability up.
The iPhone sized version of the game is $4.99, while the iPad edition will cost you $6.99.
If you’re like me, you enjoy making your own game content. It’s not always complex though, sometimes it’s just level creating fun. Take a look at what Bigpoint is working on and sign up for a free account on Gameglobe.com
Basically Gameglobe sounds like a level creator with freedom to play other gamers content, as well as share your own. It looks really impressive for a game running in a browser and with good community support should be a fun time!
Sony’s Japan Studio released a new trailer today for Puppeteer featuring some awesome Halloween fun for the holidays. Puppeteer was announced back in August and features a boy who was carried off by the Moon Bear King into Castle Gristlestein where he’s transformed into a puppet. He escapes and ventures off to retrieve his disembodied head. As seen in the trailer here, the scissors seem to be his main defense and a way to interact with the environment.
The trailer focuses on Hallowee Ville which is just part of the Moon Realm the story takes place in. The Art Director at SCE Worldwide Studios promises many surprising and diverse locations in the game. This PS3 title’s release date is still to be announced.
In an effort to exorcise Monty, Broken Joysticks’ official demonically possessed bulldog, I’ve been continuing my Halloween tradition of replaying some of my favorite horror games. Unfortunately, my efforts have only empowered “demonty,” but I’ve gone too far to turn back now. (more…)Posted in: PC, Site News Tags: Call of Cthulhu, Clive Barker's Undying, F.E.A.R., Quake, Vampire: The Masquerade
Piranha Games’ free to play take on the MechWarrior franchise entered open beta yesterday. Announced by publisher Infinite Game Publishing, anyone can register on the Mechwarrior Online site and begin downloading the client right away. Free mech based combat? Sign us up!
MechWarrior being a free to play game means of course that certain features, weapons and mechs are locked for paying members only. Founders also get additional XP, $50 of in game currency and the founders’ exclusive Jenner mech.
The beta was expected to begin a little earlier, and IGP has released a statement apologizing for the brief delay. Read it after the jump, or ya know sign up for the game and start blasting stuff away!
Posted in: PC Tags: Mechwarrior online
Rockstar Games has confirmed today thatGrand Theft Auto V will release in the Spring of next year – 2013! Pre-orders are not available at your local game store yet, but you should be able to start pre-ordering starting November 5th, 2012.
Grand Theft Auto V will be set in a modern day southern California (San Andreas…) that promises to take you “from the tops of the mountains to the depths of the ocean.”
No exact date, obviously, has been narrowed down yet – but when it does you can be sure we will be here to inform you on any and everything GTA V.
What are some new additions you all would like to see added to this next installment of the GTA series?Posted in: News Tags: Grand Theft Auto V, Grand Theft Auto V Release Date, GTA 5, GTA V, Rockstar Games
In news that will no doubt flow over into video games, and makes one wonder what in the world future Kingdom Hearts games will include now that Disney has both Marvel titles and Lucas Arts titles, Disney has purchased Lucas Film. News has it to the tune of $4.05 Billion.
This is very surprising news including that Disney plans to release Star Wars episode VII by 2015. I’m actually skeptical about all of this still since it seems very surreal.
News media is quoting George Lucas as saying, “It’s now time for me to pass Star Wars on to a new generation of filmmakers.”
What do you think?Posted in: News Tags: Disney, lucas arts, lucas film, star wars