Reus looks interesting to say the least. You take the role of four giants, each with a separate ability in a way to alter the planet beneath them.
A few months ago I mentioned DARK and how I liked the look, or at least the sound, of it. I’ve been after a fix of Vampire action since the memorable experience that is Vampire: The Masquerade each and every time I play it. Kalypso are offering at least an experience, will it be as good as what I want?
Ok, so the new beta on steam is a trading card game. Yes, you heard me, a trading card game. This trading card game does also come with more profile personalisation, an XP system for your account and also extra bonuses like images to use in chat. Oh, and Badgers.
I’ve never really wanted to be a DJ. Every time I go out and there is a DJ in the club I’m in, they never seem to play the music I like. I just assume bad taste in music is a prerequisite for the job. Also, if Rush Bros is anything to go by, it requires a lot of racing and the avoiding of deathly traps in a colourful world.
Geniaware, the guys behind Lords of Football are introducing Fergie Time™®© to the game and it will be completely free and added to your copy in the next update.
Mars: War Logs is a game I’ve mentioned quite a bit for whatever reason. My love of Sci Fi. My love of RPG’s. Maybe my love of giant Mars monsters. My brain has always worked in mysterious ways but now I’ll be able to find out exactly what made me want it as I play it, for Mars is now in our grasp.
The next Xbox will be revealed on May 21st! Visit xbox.com and you’ll the gears are in the works. Larry Hryb, AKA Major Nelson, has announced the reveal on his blog, along with a fancy hashtag, #XboxReveal – to get the hype train rollin’.
Nintendo sure have been quite on releasing much credible information on the upcoming LEGO City Undercover: The Chase Begins for the Nintendo 3DS. Well by golly it looks like Nintendo have released 3 brand new TV adverts.
Ubisoft have a remake of the classic Prince Of Persia 2: The Shadow and The Flame in the works for mobile devices that is set to release sometime in 2013 according to Ubisoft themselves.
Q.U.B.E. Which stands for Quick Understanding of Block Extrusion looks like it will be heading towards the Wii U after the UK based developer, Toxic Games released an image of the game being played on the GamePad.