Tactical Simulations Interactive (TSI for short)its new technology 'Gateway', which will let players transfer their favorite characters across supported RPGs.
Unsurprisingly Gateway will be introduced alongside TSI'sSeven Dragon Saga, but fellow developers InXile and Harebrained Schemes have also announced support for the system.
Indie developerhas announced that Legions of Steel, its adaptation of the classic robot-smashing board game, is set for release this May 2015 on PC and iPad.
If you're unfamiliar with the board game, players take the role of an elite group of Commandos sent to raid a production facility of the evil Empire of the Machines. You're a bunch of future, essentially.
Nordic Games and Cliffhanger Productions, who recently announced they wereto release the final version of early access title Shadowrun Online, have revealed a name change for the cyberpunk fantasy MMO.
It's now going to be known as Shadowrun Chronicles: Boston Lockdown, a title chosen by the game's community andbackers.
Ubisoft is kicking off the first official competitive tournament for its free-to-playMight and Magic: Heroes Online, titled Champions of Ashan. It starts today, and will continue throughout the month.
The tournament sets players against each other in PVP battles, offering special rewards "such as gift-cards and exclusive medals."
Blizzard is adding a new option to World of Warcraft that will allow players to exchange their hard-earned in-game gold for extra game time.
You'll be able to buythrough the World of Warcraft in-game shop for cash, then sell it in the auction house for gold at a non-negotiable price. When a player buys your Token, it becomes Soulbound and they can redeem it for 30 days game time.
is up to his old tricks again, the tease – apparently Kojima Productions will unveil something important regarding Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain this Wednesday.
Every single Metal Gear fan will be crossing all their appendages in the hope we'll get an official release date for the stealth action thriller, but there's every chance it could be something about amusing
Publisher Paradox InteractiveKnights of Pen and Paper 2, a follow-up to the popular 2013 game-within-a-game developed by Kyy Games.
The set-up is thus; not only are you playing as a group of heroes exploring a fantasy world, you're also playing as the players who are playing those heroes in a tabletop RPG. Clear?