Shiver Games'inspired horror adventure game Lucius 2: The Prophecy is, of course, set for release on Friday 13 February. Do you see what they did there?
Sequel to the original Lucius, which received rather mixed reviews overall, the developers describe the game as a "splatter-adventure sandbox" in which you play as a murderous offspring of Satan himself.
is offering fans the chance to download all ten of Dragon Age: Inquisition's tavern songs for free. Those are the tunes that play in the bar at your fortress stronghold of Skyhold.
If you're interested you've got two weeks to head to theand snap up the free tracks. After the allotted time period runs down, they'll go up for sale on various digital platforms.
Given its, you'd think that Elite: Dangerous development team Frontier Developments would be fairly well protected from potential layoffs.
Apparently that's not the case. According to an, fifteen members of staff have been laid off at the company's Halifax studio.
You'll be able to find out for yourself if crime does indeed pay when Update 6 for The Elder Scrolls Online launches early this year - the focus is firmly on the less heroic side of adventuring.
A newwill finally allow you to indulge your criminal side, looting NPCs and stores, murdering citizens and beating up mouthy peasants. Of course, if you get caught doing any of these things the consequences can be unpleasant.
Creator Scott Cawthon confirmed that Five Nights at Freddy’s 3 was in the works, but until now we haven't had a chance to see the puppet horror threequel in action.
That changed yesterday as Five Nights at Freddy’s 3 was uploaded for the community to (inevitably) vote through, complete with a new teaser trailer.
sponsorship program Ronku has outed the start date for Battlefield Hardline's multiplayer beta, if an email circulating YouTube stars is to be believed. A number of personalities are said to be playing it.
Their coverage is expected to go live once the multiplayer beta begins on February 3rd. Recently EA also updated the Battlefield Hardline website with some new assets, so it looks like they're gearing up.
The build-your-own-NASA sim Kerbal Space Program will be blasting off from planet Early Access with its next update to the game, announces developer Squad, as it 'fulfils its original design document'.
It's "finally ready" to be experienced as a complete game, but "this is not the end by any means." The team will continue with free updates as they reveal update 1.0's changes.