- Katanas flash with Etrian Odyssey V’s Therian Masurao
- Prey trial out for PC, console demo now trial to carry over progress
- The Evil Within 2 trailer introduces (killer) photographer Stefano
- Adol trailer, DLC and theme bonuses announced for Ys VIII
- PC gamers to get access to Destiny 2 beta on August 29
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Daily Archives: April 17, 2012
Kalypso Media has added their casual air-combat title Air Conflicts: Secret Wars to Xbox Live’s Games on Demand. The WWI- and WWII-era arcade-style shooter is available for 1600 MS Points and includes 49 missions set across seven campaigns that span both wars, covering theaters in Europe and North Africa. Mission types include patrol, hit-and-run attacks, bombing raids, and escort runs.
Microsoft has revealed November 6, 2012 as the official release date for Halo 4. 343 Industries’ follow-up to Halo: Reach will be a direct sequel to and set four years after Halo 3. Phil Spencer of Microsoft stated that Halo 4 marks the first entry in a new trilogy “that will encompass the next decade of ‘Halo’ games and experiences.”
Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning received its second DLC pack today with the release of Teeth of Naros. The latest expansion adds a new location, the floating city of Idylla, and a race of giants known as the Kollossae. An investigation into the giants’ faith will open up over 20 new side quests and five new dungeons, offering players access to three new Twists of Fate, 18 new weapons, and nine new armor sets.
After years of wandering, Geralt has finally made it to the land of the consoles with the release of The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Enhanced Edition for the 360. The CD Projekt RED-developed action-RPG, released last year for the PC, is an epic adventure filled with heavy world interaction, battles with giant krakens and mercenaries, and branching progression paths. The console version comes with a quest handbook, world map, and soundtrack for $59.99, while PC gamers will be able to download all of the new content, which includes about four hours of additional gameplay and 35 minutes of new cinematics, in the free Enhanced Edition update.
In an effort to save some of our older articles, now lost to the abyss that is our bombed-out database, we’re scouring the WayBackMachine to bring older pieces into the new layout. We’re in the process of bringing Nick’s entire Tex Murphy recap back online. Enjoy part one, covering the first two games in the series, Mean Streets and Martian Memorandum.