Abbey Games has let us know that they'll be releasing their strategy adventure game Renowned Explorers for the PC, Mac and Linux in September on digital distribution stores like Steam and GOG.
Renowned Explorers is set in a fictitious 19th world during an Age of Discovery. Take control of an intrepid team of adventurers searching for gold and treasure and use their beauty, brains or brawn to resolve any encounters that get in your way.
You take it on faith, you take it to the heart, the wa-a-aiting is the hardest part
Feeling half-devil? Free-to-player action RPG Devilian will be dragging Europe and North America through its dungeons later in the year, but right now you can sign-up for the Beta through the official.
This hack 'n' slash has four half-devil character classes to choose from with demon-infested dungeons to carve through, not to mention PvP battlegrounds. It also has crafting, customisation, quests, trading and more.
A long sought after feature for Prison Architect has finally made the cut asintroduces "part 1 of a larger feature" with Gangs. Incoming prisoners now have a chance at belonging to an organised gang.
They'll be tattooed and are usually among the dangerous / higher security prisoners. These gang members will aid each other in fights, are more likely to carry weapons, won't enter reform programs and won't work.
Hiring an assassin has never been as cheap right now as the Hitman Collection on Steam is a whoppingfor all five of the series' major instalments which includes the most recent Hitman: Absolution and all its DLC.
The first three games are just 99p right now, and the Collection includes the spin-off Hitman: Sniper Challenge where as Agent 47 we snipe targets from afar and try and get the highest scores possible.
The Unreal Engine 4 powered Into The Stars, which has us taking command of a starship exploring a vast star system, will be coming to Steam Early Access next week on Thursday, July 9th. Can you outrun the alien scourge?
We have a crew to manage, resources to scavenge, trade, mine for and spend wisely, as well as civilians to shelter and see to safety. Developer Fugitive Games also has composer Jack Wall scoring the space sim.
The new point and click adventures of King's Quest begin July 28th reveals, as the first of five total chapters release to fans. A Complete Collection will include all chapters but hasn't been detailed much beyond that.
There's a bonus epilogue chapter for anyone pre-ordering King's Quest. This return of the series is described as a re-imagining of the original games that delighted and frustrated us.
Italian indie developer LKA.it has announced their first title as The Town of Light, a first-person psychological thriller set in the Volterra Psychiatric Asylum which was closed in 1978. It's based off real accounts.
We play as Renee in the present as she goes back to uncover forgotten memories. The team has "carefully recreated" around 7,000 square meters of the actual asylum. It natively supports Oculus Rift.
The new Metal Gear Solid: The Phantom Pain is going to sound rather different as the long-time voice of Snake is recast with Kiefer Sutherland lending his distinct vocals. Fellow actor Troy Baker asks fans to "reserve judgement".
He also joked he was 'glad not to be Snake', as he instead voiced Ocelot. Sutherland apparently "knocked it out of the freaking park" by Baker's estimation, and is as Snake as original actor David Hayter.
Beyond its 2.5D platformer trappings Mara is supposedly, at its heart, a considered meditation of consumerism and modern excess. Taking control of a monk who must traverse an urban concrete jungle, players must simply reach the end of each of the three levels in order to complete the game.
The problem however, is that these high-minded ideals which revolve around such weighty subject matter are arguably lost among the game's uninspired platforming action and unpolished aesthetic.
Chris Roberts has revealed in a newon the official Star Citizen website that the FPS module, known as Star Marine, won't be arriving any time soonish because of problems.
It was intended to release to backers after PAX East in April, but "technical blockers and gameplay issues" are keeping it from rolling out. It hasn't delayed Star Citizen's overall schedule, he assures.
Compulsion Games’ odd, creepy little survival game We Happy Few has been fully funded, with four days left to go on the campaign. Currently it's sitting pretty on $265,724 CAD, from a $250,000 goal.
That means, as the team at Compulsion subtly reminds us, that there's still time to get a few more stretch goals locked in.
Frictional Games, the team behind cult scare-fest, the brief snippet of gameplay footage from underwater horror SOMA that it showed off at E3 earlier this month.
"This showcases the player's first encounter with a type of creature that roams this part of the game," the team writes on its blog, "and gives some hints on how to best deal with them. This clip is a bit shorter than we wanted it to be and therefore misses some build-up and is a bit hurried. But one minute was all we were allowed for the show. Still, hope you all liked it!"
Mojang isits collectible strategic card game Scrolls, which has been around in playable form since roughly 2012. The studio says that it "can no longer sustain continuous development".
It's hard not to think that the impressive success of Blizzard'sstole some of Scrolls' thunder. The game, which had some interesting idea, and a neat, steampunk art style, never quite managed to build up the same loyal player-base as its fellow genre mates.
First in-game footage released for Bombshell, Interceptor's replacement for canned Duke Nukem project
Danish developerwas on the cusp of creating the first Duke Nukem action RPG (no, I'm not sure that would have worked very well either), but between 3D Realms and Gearbox regarding the license put paid to that.
Nevertheless, the team has rebounded with respectable speed, and they've turned that scrapped project into a new game called Bombshell, set to release later this year. Here's the first in-game trailer.
has released the free update for its Early Access driving game DiRT Rally, adding the game’s first all-Tarmac rally at Baumholder, Germany, as well as five classic cars.
What's that? What exactly is the difference between tarmac rally and tarmac, apart from the fact one takes place on tarmac and the other... doesn't? I have absolutely no idea. Fortunately, the developers do.
Just the one free piece of DLC for's The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt this week, in the form of a new quest for Geralt to take on in the wilds of Velen.
Titled 'Where The Cat And Wolf Play', the mission takes our favourite monster hunter to a village where the inhabitants have been murdered by a mysterious force. Odds are pretty good you'll end up hitting said mysterious force with a big sword.
If you'll forgive me the brief foray into nerdy fanboyism, theare the coolest around, right? While their primary-coloured pals trudge into battle, bullets pinging off their armour, the Raven Guard prefer to ninja it up in the shadows, before popping out to ruin a heretic's day with some oversized power claws. That's style.
I confess I don't know much about the Snakebite Ork Clan, but those are the two factions coming to
If the virtual reality remake of arcade classic Battlezone doesn't interest thenhas just announced plans to remaster the 1998 release from , which blends first-person shooter and real-time strategy.
This early tank simulator will be back in all its glory for PC but the studio isn't ready to show anything yet. The VR project is "very much a reboot" of Atari's original Battlezone, which has little resemblance.
Could we be made an offer we can't refuse soon?has registered four new domain names as of Thursday, June 25th. All of all them reference Mafia 3 - a series fans have been waiting to see a return of.
The publisher has had leaks before relating to a third major instalment, with an alleged casting call for actors pointing to Louisiana as a possible setting. Then there was silence again, a code of silence you might say.