As it seems Epic Mickey 2 is also heading to the PC. It was revealed in Paris on a press conference by both Disney and Junction Point. We dont know if it will be launched together with the Xbox 360, Ps3 and Wii or will be delayed.
In an interview with GameReactor, Darksiders II game director Marvin Donald said the Wii U's hardware, "has been on par with what we have with the current generations."
"It's been a looong time..." Those are not the first words spoken in the game "Portal 2", thanks to Wheatley the blue personality core that we all know since Valve announced Portal 2 in last years E3, no, but those are the first words spoken by Aperture Science' Enrichment Center inhabitant GlaDOS who (which? What is the correct term for an artificial, female intelligence?) got blown to pieces by us, the player, in Portal part 1, followed by the iconic Jonathan Coulton song "Still Alive" which now prooves to be true. GlaDOS indeed is still alive, and she seems pretty insulted because of what we did to her.
In the distant future humanity is running low on resources. During the mining of a new rich recourse filled planet miners are caught in the deep caverns and it’s now up to you (alone or together with a friend) to find them and rescue them.
Meat is murder! ...tasty murder...
This is the sort of humor that awaits both carnivore and vegetarian gamers in Team Meats new game "Super Meat Boy". Based on a flashgame of the same name they did before (that in some ways is similar but in some others totally different) they coded a trip to the past of videogames, when the evil antagonists in games were TRUELY evil and every gamer that saw the last boss truely could feel special.
Don't tell anyone you have been invited! People will be jealous... "The Inventory" is the club of the hour, everyone longs to get entrance to this exclusive club. But not everyone will do, oh no! Only the most distinguished gentlemen gain entrance here... and you now belong to this exclusive circle, for a small payment you need to send to Steam.
The Fallout series has seen 2 games and 2 spinoff games over the years, this “Post Nuclear Role-Playing game” has now been picked up by the guys behind The Elder Scrolls, can it surpass the gems Interplay has created or should this one stay locked inside the vault?
If you were like me as a child then you loved the thought of adventures... I am not speaking of stuff like traveling alone to school but REAL adventures, we used to find our non-standard ways to school, secret passages filled with monsters, ways no adult would know... or like to go because they were ridden with dogpoop and alcoholics (as the beerbottles could have told us if we were more realistic). But it didn't matter. I was even more fascinated by such stuff, when I was going by subway I always used to ask myself if these tunnels really were just going straight through the city or if there were connections to other tunnels, could you actually go deep down underground here? Would you get lost? Such things. Now there is a game that actually caters for the wish of exploration, its called Minecraft.
From DistractionWare a brilliant indie game developer comes his most bizarre and best game yet. A mix of Super Metroid and Portal called VVVVVV (V, spikes, gravity) or however you will call it is a mix of action, expiration, puzzle and platforming.