The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings perfects what the prequel already had in spades: a hardcore, adult-themed RPG with lots of fighting, lots of thinking, plenty of role-playing and a bevy of sexy babes.
The UnderGarden lets you swim through an enchanted underwater world while you bathe in ripples of sound and colors. Oh yea, and solve puzzles along the way.
Atari, one of the world’s most recognized publishers and producers of interactive entertainment, and CD Projekt RED, a studio dedicated to creating unique non-linear RPG experiences, are pleased to announce that The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings is being adapted for Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft. The planned release date slated for Q4 2011. The Xbox 360 version will be an enhanced adaptation of the PC game released to instant international acclaim in mid-May. Accordingly, it will incorporate numerous improvements and enhancements. Details will be announced over the coming months. CDProjekt RED Executive Producer John Mamais … Continue reading The Witcher: Assassins of Kings Is 360 Bound
Staff at Eden Games, the developer based in Lyon, France, went on strike today in protest against job losses and "mismanagement" by parent company, Atari. In a series of cuts, the Test Drive Unlimited 2 studio is set to lose a possible 51 out 80 staff. An anonymous software engineer from the Test Drive Unlimited 2 developer statement to Gamasutra , called today a "symbolic day strike". Eden Games criticised Atari’s numerous leadership changes and the company’s focus on free-to-play titles and MMOs, claiming this left more "traditional" studios like themselves, out in the cold. During the one day strike, … Continue reading Atari Staff Strike Over Job Cuts
Chella spent some time in the Star Trek Online beta to get a feel for life in Federation space, and to see if this brand new MMO was the stuff that dreams are made of, or just another poor takeoff of our beloved show.
Finally, we have a Ghostbusters game that’s worthy of the cultural icon the movie has become. Featuring the actual cast, Ghostbusters is a fun, and funny, masterpiece of gaming.
King’s Bounty: The Legend remakes one of the first RPGs that featured heavy tactical combat, a formula that was often copied. And unlike remakes of other titles, this one does the original justice.
My Horse and Me is backed by the International Equestrian Federation, because it emphasizes the care and feeding, as well as the competition jumping of horses. Little kids will love it.
The ultimate party game heads to the Wii, where you think it would be a natural fit, but poor controls and a harsh computer AI knocks this tower to the ground.
Godzilla: Unleashed will have you munching on yummy buildings from around the world as one of 26 monsters, either defending Earth or trying to destroy it.