Just in time for Halloween, Blowfish Studios has announcedGunscapefans will have the opportunity to create, play and share their very own terrifying sci-fi levels with Seismic, the first piece of post-launch DLC planned for the first-person shooter and world-building hybrid.
Doof Warrior got you down? Wish you could build your very own Gigahorse? Don’t worry: You can unleash your inner War Boy with SCRAPS.
Inspired by Interstate ‘76, Lego Racers and Stratosphere, Scraps allows players to design and build a near-infinite number of unique combat vehicles. Only superior designs will endure Scraps’ insane deathmatches, which can be played via LAN or online.
Last month we were excited to share the announcement that Whalebox Studios is currently in the process of developing their dream project, Goliath.
While the team was at E3 they ran themselves ragged getting Goliath in front of the convention goers that were in attendance, however like much of you we weren’t among them… Today was our first chance to lay eyes on these new Screenshots & trailers. I’m definitely looking forward to the release of Goliath, the downside we’re looking at 2016 before that’ll happen.
Just in case, here’s a brief refresher on the world of Goliath before we share the new images… Check out our original coverage if you’d like a little more depth.
Thank you for joining me on another episode of Terrifying Tuesday, today hasn’t been a very good day… We ship wrecked, washed ashore on a strange island, and thought our biggest problem was going to be figuring out How To Survive.
Acclaimed game-development studio Dontnod and publisher Focus Home Interactive are pleased to officially announce their partnership for the development of Vampyr, a new role-playing game powered by Unreal Engine 4 for PS4, Xbox One and PC.
The studio behind Remember Me and Life is Strange unveils a concept trailer for Vampyr, which sets the mood and universe of this new license, which promises to offer a unique, deeply immersive role-playing experience steeped in vampire mythology.
Deadwood: The Forgotten Curse is another example of what can be done when you follow your passion and pursue a dream. The team behind Steamroller Studios realized that this game had the potential for greatness, but it deserved far more than their part-time focus in order to make the dream come true. They made the tough decision, they left the cozy comfort of their successful careers to create something great. And by the looks of it, they’ve done it… Continue reading Deadwood: The Forgotten Curse, Beautiful Action/ Adventure With An Element Of Survivor Horror→