More plastic brick adventures are on the way for 2015 asand developer declare the LEGO series "remains a cornerstone" of their business.
What's on the way this year? LEGO Jurassic World, based off the original films and the upcoming one. There's also LEGO Marvel’s Avengers, including the Age of Ultron sequel. Lastly we have LEGO Ninjago: Shadow of Ronin.
Chris Torchia from DayZ's development team over athas given us a glimpse of the "zombie template" system being worked on, which will dramatically increase the wardrobe of the shuffling undead.
Not only will they dress differently, but they come in different body shapes too. All this will have minimal impact on DayZ's performance should anyone come across a large gathering.
Early Access exploration and crating game Starbound has just received itssince March of last year, containing a pretty vast list of additions and improvements.
Combat's seen a major overhaul, there's now a universal hub where players can shop and trade, and a new playable race, the 'Novakids', have been added to the game.
There's free video game music all over the place this week. Hot on the heels of BioWare, who recently released Dragon Age: Inquisition'sat no charge, comes a similar offer from League of Legends developer
You can download the entire first volume of new album Music of League of Legends for free via the
Sex has always been a part of the Witcher series, right back to theand its rather adolescent collectible cards. For upcoming third entry The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, it's no less important.
that the game will contain a frankly jaw-dropping 16 hours of sex scene motion capture data. Blimey.
says that work on its Planescape Torment spiritual successor Torment: Tides of Numenera won't be affected by the recently announced Bard's Tale 4.
That's because the studio is splitting up its staff into teams that will work on both of the upcoming titles, as well as the already released Wasteland 2.
The potential for the modding community to make money on Steam has increased withrecent addition of new curated Workshops for various non-Valve titles.
Beginning with Dungeon Defenders: Eternity and Chivalry: Medieval Warfare, players will be able to create, vote for, and buy new in-game content.