Back in 2009, Shadowgrounds developer Frozenbyte released Trine, an innovative little puzzle-platformer whose gorgeous, colourful graphics and clever character-swapping gameplay mechanic earned it positive reviews and a legion of passionate fans. Fast forward to December 2011 – Trine sees a sequel, imaginatively titled Trine 2.
Hungry for a smothering of Katy Perry with your Sims 3? Can’t wait to get your greedy paws on EA’s upcoming expansion, Katy Perry’s Sweet Treats? Well, good news for you! A new trailer featuring the sugar-coated add-on has been released. This trailer showcases some of the new venues, objects, and outfits that will be available – as the press release puts it, Sweet Treats is “loaded with more stuff than ever seen before in a stuff pack.”
ATLUS have announced that the original plan to shut down hard-as-nails RPG Demon’s Souls online servers at the end of May has been delayed, with all server operation extended indefinitely. This is fantastic news to gamers like me who haven’t gotten around to playing past the first level yet yet, despite owning it (oops).
Over the past couple of weeks, we’ve all heard the buzz about DayZ – the fantastic community-made alpha zombie apocalypse mod which PC Gamer described as “gaming’s best story machine”. We’ve all watched in awe as Arma II, a mediocre-reviewed, full-price, two year old shooter shot its way to number one in the Steam top sellers chart, propelled solely by the word of mouth popularity of DayZ.
Developers of upcoming milsim Arma 3, Bohemia Interactive, have recently released a video showcasing the fantastic new lighting effects. The press release is as follows:
Online game store Because We May has just launched a massive, week long indie sale, with over 400 games going on sale for far more than 50% off. Here we have PC, iOS, Steam, Android and Mac games all on sale together in a happy little utopia full of cheap games.
Release dates for Ubisoft’s upcoming god game Babel Rising have been announced, and are as follows: