Daily Archives: August 15, 2011

Avadon: The Black Fortress gets Steam release, lower price

Avadon (PC) Steam Announcement - Header

Spiderweb Software’s latest RPG, Avadon: The Black Fortress, is set to launch shortly on Steam—and at a reduced price to boot. Beginning August 17, PC gamers will be able to download a copy of Spiderweb’s sixteenth release for $9.99. In addition, to celebrate the game’s inclusion on Steam, an extra 10% will be knocked off during launch week.


PC News

2K Games to invade PAX: Borderlands 2, The Darkness II, and Xcom

2K Games (Xcom - 360, PC, PS3) PAX Announcement - Screenshot 1

2K Games has announced their PAX Prime 2011 line-up. In addition to a playable demo of and panel on The Darkness II, there will also be a playable demo and presentation of Xcom as well as a panel and official unveiling of Borderlands 2.


Convention, PC News, PlayStation 3 News, Xbox 360 News

Orcs Must Die! to be playable at PAX, plus in-game extras and more

Orcs Must Die! (360, PC) PAX Announcement - Header

Robot Entertainment has sent word that their upcoming action-strategy title Orcs Must Die! will be playable at PAX. Both the 360 and PC versions will be set up at the company’s booth, 940, for the duration of the show, from August 26 to 28. As a bonus, attendees who visit the booth and sign up for their forums will earn a Steam code for a free War Mage costume based on Penny Arcade’s Cardboard Tube Samurai character. Other goodies will also be available, including shirts, hats, buttons, and for the first 200 to try the game, a prequel comic book.


Convention, DLC, PC News, Xbox 360 News

Carcassonne launches for Android, soon for BlackBerry and Java

Carcassonne (Andriod, BlackBerry, Java) Andriod Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

The classic tile-based board game Carcassonne, already available on Live Arcade, has launched for Android and will be released for BlackBerry and Java devices later this month.



(PlayStation 3 Review) Bleach: Soul Resurreccion

“For everyone else, the game quickly loses its luster and makes for a striking example of style over substance.”


PlayStation 3 Reviews