Age of Empires spiritual successor Empires Apart from Slitherine has been developed with the help of "hundreds of AoE players around the world", and there's a stream of the game tonight.
The second episode of Daedalic's adventure game adaptation of Ken Follett's epic, Book 2 - Sowing The Wind, will be out on Steam first and GOG later in the month.
Prepare for adventure, intrigue, and treachery in the Middle Ages as we take to Twitch to stream Ken Follett's The Pillars of the Earth! Pillars of the Earth is the newest point-and-click adventure series out of developer Daedalic Entertainment. Just ahead of its release, we'll be going live with the first part of Pillars of the Earth today at 19:00 UK/ 11:00 PT / 14:00 ET!
Slitherine and DESTINYbit are working together on a new RTS game called Empires Apart that's set in Medieval times and will be released this Winter on the PC.
Ken Follett's The Pillars of the Earth is nearing the release of its first 'book'. Spanning from the world of Ken Follett's 1000+ long 1989 novel, this upcoming adventure game is set to turn the tale of a 12th century village on its head by enabling the narrative to branch off as a consequence of player interaction.
The Pillars of the Earth has seen a place on GameWatcher a number of times over the last couple of months. Standing out with its interesting art-style and take on a beloved literature classic, it's something to keep an eye on for sure. Especially with its release date set just two months from now.
There's no shortage of mainstream and classic literature being turned into engaging video games as of late. Of course, we're seeing it form around comics and graphic novels more, but Daedalic Entertainment is going for a more niché approach by handling Ken Follett's Pillars of the Earth.
Spiralling uncontrollably to a planned July release, Albion Online is readying some more major system shake-ups following on from the impressive Galahad release just a few weeks back.
There’s nothing quite like the brutal, bloody world of the medieval era. Knights in gleaming army dragging their boots through mud to fight a short, deadly battle in melee against similarly equipped enemies. A team of former Mount and Blade modders are building their own game for their own take on medieval war.