Under the impression that not many game developers have really outlined the strategy put in place to fight through the Great War, BattleGoat is set to develop its own with Supreme Ruler: The Great War.
What was once a rarity has recently become a regular occurrence. Despite that, Humble Bundles continue to sell from proverbial hot cakes. But it's all about the charity. So what's next? Civilization!
Yet to get into Ubisoft's mega-popular Assassin's Creed series? While some might say its lost its way with the sheer magnitude of releases of the years, the decision for it to skip 2016 (other than a movie) gives newcomers plenty of time to play catch-up. So here's Humble Bundle playing rescue.
Why'd you still be looking for something to play in this particular month of the year is a question we'd usually ask; but if you're seriously still without gaming goods, Ubisoft has your back. Sort of.
With December signalling the end of the year, it's about time for Ubisoft's anniversary celebrations to wind down.
An unknown ex-developer from the now closed Bioshock creators Irrational Games has taken to writing an article on hackernoon to express claim that publisher 2K Games are responsible not only for Irrational Games closure but also for the tanked projects of Evolve, The Bureau: XCOM Declassified and Mafia 3.
From the release of the original Bioshock in 2007 up to the mass layoff and restructuring of Irrational Games in 2014, director and Irrational co-founder Ken Levine had been an active voice and face in the video game industry. Then, following shortly after the release of Bioshock Infinite his studio downsized and Levine has slipped quietly into the background since. With the recent release of the Bioshock Collection Levine broke silence in an interview and spoke up about the physical and mental strain that keeps him from ever wanting to go back to the series.
Devolver Digital, the publisher of Serious Sam, has tweeted saying they are planning on demoing a new Croteam title at E3. Croteam recently announced the development of The Talos Principle 2, so surely they would say outright that the game is The Talos Principle 2, right? That is, of course, the game they are actually demoing is Serious Sam 4.
In an interview with, Ocean Quigley (creative director of SimCity 2013) explained some of the problems that occurred during the development of the game.
Yesterday, an anonymous artist from Shanghai-based developer Spicy Horse claimed on Chinese social media sitethat the studio was shutting down. Studio founder American McGee denies this claim.