SEGA Says Make War Not Love On Febuary 16th in association with Creative Assembly, Relic Entertainment and Amplitude Studios
SEGA in association with Creative Assembly, Relic Entertainment and Amplitude have announced another Make War Not Love event that will run from February 16th until the 19th. The annual valentines mocking promotion pits communities against each other to win various prizes.
Indie studio Rebellion will be showing off the long awaited sequel to Evil Genius, as well as the VR version of Sniper Elite and a new mystery game.
Kalypso Media now owns the IP of Pyro Studios, creators of Commandos, Imperial Glory and Praetorians - and we're getting new games in those franchises and re-releases of all games in the series.
The struggling new studio from the creators of Dizzy has been acquired by Rebellion, presumably saving it from closing down - and they could be now working on Evil Genius 2.
If you were hoping to get in on some free StarCraft later in the Summer, that's no longer an option. Blizzard have essentially put a paywall up in front of the upcoming StarCraft: Broodwar ladder and matchmaking features.
We haven't heard all that much about Blizzard's plans to remaster the original StarCraft since the reveal earlier this year. Rather, fans have just been taking any mention of past Blizzard games as confirmation of them recieving the same treatment.
Heading into South Korea early this year, Blizzard announced StarCraft Remastered - a spuced up, HD version of the original strategy classic that retains its aesthetic while making it more appealing for newer hardware.