Announced way back in 2013 when the world was a better place, Capybara Games' incredible looking roguelike dungeon crawler Below has seen numerous delays, but will finally see the light of day on December 14.
in a chat with Games Industry biz, co-founder and President of Capybara, Nathan Vella was open about the fact that they announced the game far too early.
"We're definitely not going to announce things too early [in future], that's for sure. That's the No.1 learning. We know a lot more about when games are ready to be discussed. In the five years since we announced, we've learned a lot and that's a big chunk of our experience."
When asked if he thought the long lead up to release would harm the game's sales, Vella stated "I have no idea how it's going to perform, that's why I can't really be afraid of it. I think we have something that some people are going to love and some people are not going to like, and I think that's a strength."
I've had my eye on Below ever since it was first announced and am excited to get my hands on what looks to be a beautiful and satisfyingly challenging adventure.
The rumour of a Crash Team Racing remaster has proven true with a trailer reveal at the Game Awards on Friday.
In addition to remastered HD visuals, Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled will include online multiplayer, while games modes including Adventure, Time Trials, Battle Mode, and Arcade Single & Cup races will all be returning.
Valve's Counter Strike: Global Offensive is now free to play.
The developer made the announcement today while revealing a new battle royale mode – Danger Zone.
Danger Zone will feature weapons from CS:GO's classic arsenal including pistols, SMGs, rifles and heavy weapons. Like other royale titles, players will start each round with a knife and will need to scavenge supplies to survive.
Ubisoft has teased the next entry in the Far Cry series.
Set in a post-apocalyptic world that looks to follow on from the events of Far Cry 5, if the opening sequences are anything to go by.
It's unclear if this will be a direct sequel or a spin-off – at this point Ubisoft has simply confirmed that it will be a new game, and not DLC.
Following Starbreeze studios announcement that it would be filing for reconstruction and letting go if its CEO, the studio has had its headquarters in Stockholm raided on suspicion of insider trading.
According to Variety, the raid lead to the seizure of equipment (because you can't ever really delete anything for good) and the arrest of one unnamed person.
Reports state that Starbreeze's departing finance manager and CEO both sold their stake in the company in November. Since then, the company's stock price plummeted a whopping 80 percent due the poor reception of the studios recent game, Overkill's The Walking Dead.
Riding on the coat tails of the commercial and critical success of the Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy remaster, it looks like we could see our favourite marsupial and his fury friends are making a comeback to the kart racing genre. After Mario Kart moved some serious numbers on the Nintendo Switch, it's clear gamers still hold a strong affinity for the genre. Older PlayStation fans will likely have fond memories of Crash Team Racing and it would make sense for Activision to pounce on that gap in the market for PlayStation and Xbox gamers.
This new rumour comes via PlayStation Access presenter Hollie Bennett, who tweeted a picture of a pair of bright orange fluffy dice accompanied by a card that reads "sliding into the Game Awards on 6/12 - Anonymous". It's hard to imagine what else this could be other than an impending announcement for a new or remastered entry in the Crash Team Racing franchise.
The 6th of December just so happens to be when the 20198 Game Awards are taking place and we already have confirmation that over ten new announcements will occur during the show. It's not a stretch to assume one of these will be Crash related, especially considering the fan outcry that the original game was nowhere to be seen on the newly released PlayStation Classic console.
The developers of Fortnite are gearing up to take on Steam, announcing the Epic Games Store and plans to launch in the coming months.
"As developers ourselves, we wanted two things: a store with fair economics, and a direct relationship with players," said Epic Games.
The store will launch with a collection of curated games for PC and Mac, with plans to release to Android and "other open platforms" throughout 2019.
It seems THQ Nordic can't go a month without purchasing another IP, because the publisher has just scooped up the rights to Carmageddon.
THQ made the acquisition from the series' original developer Stainless Games, closing the deal today for an undisclosed amount.
“This deal allows Carmageddon to find the home that it deserves," said Stainless Games co-founder Patrick Buckland.
“Where the game really shines though is the boss fights, and with 7 Deadly Sins to encounter you’ll not only get unique challenges but also get to witness the art and design teams at their very finest.”
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