It's been a rather slow week for videogame figures, probably to make up for how busy last week was. There really isn't much coming out at all right now, likely because everyone's holding stuff back until the
I believe that EDF toy's face expresses how most people feel about this development.
ModDB and IndieDB, the open source databases for mods and indie games, respectively, have released their user-nominated lists of the top 100 mods and indie games of the year, and they're both quite good lists; if you're
I must say, I can't really do this trailer justice until you see it. Blizzard released a new trailer for Diablo III, and it was lovely.
Despite building it up as a big premiere, the new trailer for Bioshock Infinite didn't show too much new stuff.
In a... surprising move, Cliffy B came out to premiere a new game from Epic Games: Fortnite, which he says will be focused around "survival".
I don't know why a tired, old Tony Hawk came out to premiere it, but they showed the first trailer for Beenox's game for The Amazing Spider-Man movie.
In what's apparently not going to be a direct sequel, Alan Wake: American Nightmare will chronicle the continuing adventures of the writer who seems to keep getting into trouble. This time he's up against Scratch, an antagonist
A new Tom Clancy's Rainbow 6: Patriots trailer features what look to be the game's antagonists: a group of terrorists that fight against the US's economic oligarchy.
Yeah, I wasn't expecting it either.
It was a short trailer, but it showed some footage of trucks and helicopters flying around a bombed-out city, followed by the game's logo.
Though Supergiant Games said they wouldn't produce DLC for Bastion, since the game was intended to serve as a complete, stand-alone experience, they've announced some for it anyway. (At least they recognized what they said previously.)
According to his Formspring, Edmund McMillen still has a lot in store for The Binding of Isaac, including a Christmas update and a "MEGA expansion" he might do in 2012 that will double the game's content.
Today, Swedish developer Might and Delight, a small studio of ex-EA and Capcom employees, announced their first game: Pid, a 2D platformer about a young boy stranded on a planet of robots, trying to find his way
After the PS1 generation, MIDI synths were still heavily used (and are still heavily used today), but the quality of the synths improved so much that it's not an issue anymore. But the