Eden Games, the developer behind Alone in the Dark and Test Drive Unlimited 2, has now officially closed its gates. The studio has been in a tail spin and has been operating with a skeleton crew since the first half of last year.
Action-RPG Dark Souls has sold an estimated 2,367,000 copies worldwide, according to the executive director of “From Software” (Dark Soul’s publisher in Japan), Eiichi Nakajima. The sales have impressed them so much that it decided to launch an Xbox 360 version of the game in Japan.
If you have a bunch of different consoles all taking up space, why not do what one inspired gamer did, and create a console mod that plays 18 different types of cartridges? Project Unity includes the original boards of 15 different game consoles, but is all controlled through one controller.
Last week, Activision and Treyarch announced a new map pack for Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 called Uprising. The map pack will come with four new multiplayer maps and an all-new co-op zombies campaign called Mob of the Dead. The new zombie adventure will star four Hollywood stars known for mobster roles.
Nintendo’s Wii U has had bad sales numbers since it was released this past November, so you would think they would keep support for the Wii. But no. Nintendo will slowly end its support for the Wii.
Are you looking forward to playing Fallout 4? Hopefully this year? Well, there is a good chance that Bethesda could be announcing the game later this year, possibly at E3. Let’s keep our fingers crossed.
Bethesda has released a new trailer revealing a glimpse of the gameplay you can expect from the new Dishonored The Knife of Dunwall DLC.
The Dishonored The Knife of Dunwall DLC will be available to play from April 16th, and will be followed by another DLC called the The Brigmore Witches.
A new Android gaming tablet has been unveiled this week by Tekniser in the form of the Tekniser Tek 807D Android gaming tablet, which is expected to arrive in stores this summer for around €150.
The Tekniser Tek 807D Android gaming tablet is powered by a Rockchip RK3066 ARM Cortex-A9 dual core chip, supported by 1GB of RAM and features ARM Mali 400 quad-core graphics.
Following on from the news announced last month explaining that Disney Infinity after a slight delay from its original release date, will now launch internationally on August 20th and in the United States on August 18th.
The new Disney Infinity service has been designed to provide Disney fans with the ability to integrate Disney characters as collectible figures with digital gaming, and bring the characters from various Disney and Pixar films to play together in a virtual “Toy Box” across multiple platforms. Watch the video after the jump to see a glimpse of what you can expect.
Ubisoft and Prince of Persia creator Jordan Mechner have announced the second game in the original series is being remade for mobile OSes. The game will see all new 3D environments and characters, but the 2D gameplay will be preserved. The occasion has also prompted a blog post by Mechner, reminiscing about Prince of Persia 2 development and the Prince of Persia 3 that never made it into production.
The Dark Souls franchise, of which Dark Souls 2 (or rather Demon’s Souls 3 if the franchise chronology is to be observed) has always been a tentative balance of frustration and empowerment, one always just barely outrunning the other.
The arrival of new director Yui Tanimura on the scene for the sequel and From Software’s stated goal of making death less punishing and more meaningful this time around creates understandable concern among the fan base for that balance, possibly prompting this candid reveal into the thinking behind Dark Souls 2’s approach to death.
Inexplicably popular literal timewaster Draw Something is being brought to television screens in the form of a game show. Unfortunately, developing Draw Something 2 wasn’t proving quite stimulating enough for Zynga, who will be helping make Draw It a reality while losing this idea’s only redeeming quality on the way: the branding.