Bethesda have released a trailer for The Evil Within‘s Executioner DLC, showing some first-person monster-smashing. The Executioner DLC is quite a departure for The Evil Within. While the main game (and the first two DLCs) were third-person and focused on shooty-blasting combat, this particular bit of DLC offers a first-person perspective as you melee monsters … Read moreThe Evil Within’s Executioner DLC viciously trailed
Blizzard decide it’s time to open this to the masses after months of closed testing.
This could be the last Witcher 3 video we see. Finally.
Don’t blink or you’ll miss it.
I thought the trailer last week where Geralt fights a semi-invisible woman was the Witcher 3 launch presentation, but it turns out I was wrong because this new one is instead. Rather than being an extended cinematic, this probably-final-before-release trailer has snippets of gameplay stitched together in the usual fashion. Ben Howard’s “Oats in the … Read moreThe Witcher 3 rides out a launch trailer
NeoCore’s Van Helsing trilogy will conclude (well, save for any DLC) on 22 May, when The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing 3 is released into the world. Spookily enough, this is exactly one year after Van Helsing 2 was released. Not sure whether that was planned or not, but it’s worked out rather neatly for … Read moreThe Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing 3 on the way 22 May
In a revolutionary move, Bethesda have released a teaser trailer for Doom offering an entire three seconds of actual footage. Okay, yes, I’m mocking it, but I can actually understand this one, and hey – it’s rare for a teaser trailer to show any footage. I’m looking at you, Assassin’s Creed, and your gloved hand. … Read moreThree seconds of Doom shown in teaser trailer
Solarfall Games look to fund their tasty looking upcoming Crytek powered ARPG Umbra. You can’t beat a good ARPG and there’s another promising looking titlein the works at Solarfall Games. This ARPG is promising freedom of character development and an open world to explore, and having already gone through the Steam Greemlight process, Solarfall Games are … Read moreDiablo-like ARPG Umbra lands on Kickstarter
The Witcher 3’s PC version is generating much debate among nervous PC users, who are speculating about a ‘downgrade’ from builds that were demoed at trade events like E3 2014. Since IncGamers doesn’t yet have PC review code (and have consistently been told that CD Projekt Red are working on this version pretty much right … Read moreCD Projekt comment on removed Witcher 3 PC-PS4 comparison video
Solarfall Games look to fund their tasty looking upcoming Crytek powered ARPG Umbra.
Larian will be putting out a rejigged, fancy-pants ‘Enhanced Edition’ of Divinity: Original Sin, which will add all manner of new things to the acclaimed RPG. If you already own a copy of Divinity: Original Sin, this update will cost you absolutely nothing. The Enhanced Edition will use DirectX 11 and therefore require a DX11-compatible … Read moreDivinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition announced, free to existing owners
CD Projekt Red are rapidly approaching Ubisoft levels of trailer spam with The Witcher 3, but it should start tailing off with a 19 May release date around the corner. This particular visual offering is a ‘launch’ (well, close enough) cinematic. So no actual gameplay or anything, just a five minute tussle between Geralt and … Read moreInvisible ladies and nosebleeds in the latest Witcher 3 cinematic
The Bozak Horde, the next piece of DLC for parkour-infused zombie-kicker Dying Light, has been dated and detailed. A release date of 26 May had already been semi-confirmed by a secret message inside the game, but now the actual contents are known as well. This co-op themed bit of DLC pits you and three buddies … Read moreThe Bozak Horde ravaging Dying Light on 26 May
DoubleBear Productions has sent over word of a major update to zombie-slaying-and-community-management RPG Dead State, which is now available to all owners of the game. So substantial is this patch that it transcends the traditional numerical version system and instead has a name of its own: Dead State: Reanimated. It’s described as the “definitive enhanced … Read moreDead State patched up, now refreshed and Reanimated
It’s rare for me to see a launch trailer and go “this is something the public really should shoot into their eye holes”, but Not a Hero has managed it. Not a Hero‘s launch trailer is out now, and you should absolutely shoot it directly into your eyeballs, because it’s manic, over-the-top, does a decent … Read moreNot a Hero’s launch trailer is spankingly wonderful