Originally shown to a privileged few behind closed doors at this year’s E3, the nearly fifteen minute long gameplay video for Naughty Dog’s incredible looking The Last Of Us, finally broke cover at PAX Prime just this past weekend. What that means is, we have it for you to watch here because we’re nice and all that. Check it out after the jump.
With the recently announced Broken Sword 5 Kickstarter now meeting its funding goal, developer Revolution Software have clarified the ‘stretch goals’ that they have for additional funding amounts beyond their inital goal of $400,000. Chief among these and certainly the most expensive of these stretch goals is the nerdgasmic promise to greenlight a sequel to classic 90′s point and click masterpiece, Beneath a Steel Sky, should the funding amount reach a cool $1,000,000.
Ubisoft has today announced Rayman Jungle Run for iOS and Android formats. The game is essentially the endless running bonus sections from Rayman Origins blown up into a full mobile title using the splendidly powerful UbiArt engine which powered the gorgeous 2011 platformer. It supports Game Center and has hidden ‘surprises’ which can be unlocked through extended play.
Hallelujah! Ubisoft were one of the last few companies taking a stand against piracy with everything they had, implementing “always-on” DRM and “one time activation” for their games. However, with Assassin’s Creed III right around the corner, the company has done a total 180 regarding and issued a statement to Rock Paper Shotgun.
Some one billion(!) downloads and two-hundred million users later, developers Rovio are finally ready to unleash a true sequel to Angry Birds upon the world. The new game, titled ‘Bad Piggies’, will go on sale worldwide on September 27th, costing 69p/99 cents to download on iOS, with Android, PC and Mac versions also available for purchase on that same day.
TAKE MY MONEY, SEGA. JUST TAKE IT. That’s right, SEGA has renewed the trademark for Skies of Arcadia, the best RPG to ever come out for the Dreamcast, later making an improved appearance on the Gamecube. However, not having used the name since 2003 with the Nintendo-relevant release, the IP’s name has just kinda been sitting there for the last nine years. Until now. Arcadia, alongside Shenmue, is one of [...]
Continuing to finalise their developer session slate for the Eurogamer Expo (due to begin in just over three weeks), those busy bods over at the Eurogamer Network have confirmed that Dean ‘Rocket’ Hall, the creator of the hugely popular Day Z mod for stuffy PC shooter Arma II, will be attending the show to give a talk on it and the recently announced plans for a standalone version of the mod.