Wednesday, June 23, 2010
One of the more "controversial" game announcements of this year was 2K Games' currently in progress reworking of the classic PC turn-based strategy franchise as a high action first-person shooting game light on the tactical elements longtime fans expect from the series. From the striking "retro" visual style to the alien designs to the gameplay, plenty of X-Com: UFO Defense die-hards have been burning up message boards with hissy-fit griping about every aspect of the new game's design before even getting some hands-on time with a demo.
Sunday, June 20, 2010
This year's show was pretty incredible with way too many great games to count. Here's a short (hah!) list of a couple I'm interested in. Updates on as many as I can to come. If you don't see a game you like here, feel free to comment and I'll respond if it's a game I overlooked.
Saturday, June 19, 2010
Here's a look at a few screens as well as PC and console cover art for DreamCatcher's upcoming RPG, ArcaniA: Gothic 4. I'm definitely keeping an eye peeled for this one, as the long running Gothic series is, warts and all one that keeps getting more impressive with each installment.
Tuesday, June 8, 2010
EA's Dead Space Community is offering up a chance for members to get an early peek at the sequel to the great sci-fi/horror hybrid. Just click on over to the game's official site, sign up if you haven't already and watch your inbox until June 14, when you'll get a nice little email with a slice of exclusive DS2 community-only footage enclosed. Simple, huh?
Yeah, an actual demo code or demo disc would be even better at some point in the near future (note to EA: hint, hint...), but you can't argue with the free part, right?
Saturday, June 5, 2010
Nice. Rabbit baby wants, Rabbit baby gets! Even though the specter of Spector is non-existent in this followup, the game is looking mighty good thus far in this teaser. Square Enix needs a mega-hit that's not just another Final Fantasy game and this could be it...