- S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Oblivion Lost Q&A with GSC Game World's Andrey on 4Players
- Chrome Q&A with Techland's Bartek Paul on VE3D
- Sam & Max 2 Q&A LucasArts' Michael Stemmle on Adventure Gamer
- Boomtown Q&A with LogicalVice's Ian Popeson on HomeLAN
- Nina: Agent Chronicles Q&A with CITY Interactive's Pawel Jagora on Ownt.com
Games of 2014
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Another day, another batch of game trailers were released. Instead of giving them all their own post, we grouped them and so far there are trailers for :
- Horizons - E3 Trailer
- Curse: The Eye Of Isis - E3 Trailer
- The Great Escape - Trailer
- Sphinx And The Shadow Of Set - Trailer
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Colin McRae Rally 04 will have players driving on the very edge of control as the series' sublime car handling combines with new championships, new single and multiplayer gaming modes, and unique car part testing challenges to win advanced technology for your car. A batch of new screens just rolled in ...
As mentioned earlier we now have the Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory available for download. The free class-based multiplayer game comes with six maps and we have in in Win/Linux versions. You do not need Return to Castle Wolfenstein to play it and this is totally free! Read more for download links and let the madness begin!
Video game publisher 3DO Co. on Wednesday said it has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and would seek to either sell the company or its assets. Redwood City, California-based 3DO, which has struggled to gain a foothold in the competitive games business and has relied on Chief Executive Trip Hawkins for funding of late, said it filed for bankruptcy protection in federal court in northern California (thanks HomeLAN).
Highly anticipated, Mark H. Walker's Lock 'N Load: Forgotten Heroes Vietnam will begin shipping today, Wednesday, the 28th of May. Due to the overwhelming interest in Shrapnel Games' first boardgame it is expected that all pr-release copies may not go out until Monday, the 2nd of June. Lock 'N Load: Forgotten Heroes Vietnam is a fast moving, fun to play, tactical level game of small unit actions in the Vietnam War. While players will find it to be an accurate depiction of squad level combat you won't have to wade through a hundred pages of rules to play. In fact, you'll be up and playing after reading less than a dozen pages of rules!
Arush has released the Singleplayer demo of Devastation, featuring two levels from the full game allowing you to blast their way through the levels South Urbia and Transit. Take control of Flynn and lead the Resistance through the war-torn streets of South Urbia as you fight your way to the Conformists hideout, then lead your team in a back and forth battle in a dirty subway system called Transit, dodging P*Laser fire that will burn you to a crisp in seconds. Read more for download links ...
A furious, fast-paced action game, "Tork" introduces a fearless caveboy hero who uses magical powers to transform himself into a bulldozing yeti, an armor-plated armadillo or a swift flying squirrel on a mission through time. Developer Tiwak presented a playable version at the E3 and here are 20+ screens for you to enjoy!
Namco proudly announced today that the company’s high-impact title, Dead to Rights, has qualified and is now a Platinum Hits title with an MSRP of $19.95. "We're incredibly excited and honored to have Dead to Rights entered into the Xbox's Platinum Hits program”, declares producer Andre Emerson. “With a lower price point, we hope that even more gamers can experience Jack Slate's one-man-war against crime in the tough streets of Grant City." Inspired by Hong Kong action movies, classic film noir style and hardboiled detective novels, Dead To Rights stars action hero, Jack Slate, a good cop in a bad city, forced to be a fugitive as he fights for his life and searches for his father’s killers. Dead to Rights features more than a dozen game mechanics including diving, rolling, punching, kicking, and lethally disarming enemies in a variety of over-the-top ways.
The Pirates of the Caribbean game transports players to the 17th Century where they can experience life as a pirate in any way they see fit," said executive producer Todd Vaughn. "Whether they want to be feared by all and welcome nowhere, or just enjoy compelling missions or a life at sea, we're creating a game that fits their gameplay style. A few new PC/Xbox screens, check them out!
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