Sanctum 2 is Coffee Stain Studios' unique co-op tower defense first person shooter, and gamers who are interested in giving it a whirl can now download the demo from Steam.
Gamers who enjoyed the funky neon 1980's style of Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon can now include it in their Far Cry 3 maps, as Ubisoft has released Mark IV Content Packs on Xbox Live Marketplace and PlayStation Network.
Deep Silver has unveiled plans for a Season Pass for 4A Games' Metro: Last Light. Included in the package of upcoming DLC are additions to the storyline, as well as "interesting tools" for fans to explore the game.
The packs will be releasing over the coming summer, with the Faction and Chronicles Packs adding new and original gameplay. There's also a solo challenge for veterans.
In news that will shock no one, Destiny has been announced for Microsoft's next-gen system, the Xbox One.
Activision has unveiled the new story trailer for Call of Duty: Ghosts which debuted at Microsoft's Xbox One reveal event. Developer Infinity Ward showed off the impressive tech that would be going into the PC and next-gen console of the trailer, as well as a Fable-like companion dog.
After a failed attempt to modernize Call of Juarez, the series returns to its Old West roots with Gunslinger, with plenty of quick draws and black hats to spare. The game is out for PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
Lo Wang is back as Devolver Digital has announced a remake of the classic 1997 3D Realms shooter Shadow Warrior. The game is being developed by Flying Wild Hog, which made the sci-fi shooter Hard Reset.
Tomorrow Call of Duty fans will be getting a serious gameplay reveal for Call of Duty: Ghosts at Microsoft's special next-gen Xbox event. Activision, not content to leave well enough alone, posts a teaser.
It's a mere 6 seconds and flashes through some of tomorrow's showcasing, which apparently will involve some wireframe shots of the next game. Call of Duty: Ghosts is out November 5th.
Valve has announced a new update in its official blog, Robotic Boogaloo, which will highlight 57 new items for Team Fortress 2, all of which was created in the Steam Workshop.
Polish studio City Interactive is ready to show us their first official teaser for Alien Rage, a first-person arcade shooter which will be showcasing this June at E3 in California. It's releasing for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.
Later this year it will be available via digital distribution. Alien Rage was previously 'Alien Fear', and they tell us it's a "hardcore sci-fi shooter" with 21 enemy types and 8 "bad-ass" bosses.
US retailer GameStop has pulled pre-orders for Rainbow Six: Patriots, although others continue to service them for now. What's going on? Officially Ubisoft have "nothing further to share" about the title.
Will Ubisoft be scrapping the project? It seems unlikely. What's more likely is that it's getting a major overhaul significant enough to affect the product listing, and so GameStop feel it should be relisted.
Next month will see the release of the Lost Relics DLC for Gears of War: Judgment. It adds four new multiplayer maps, a new single-objective mode, as well as new weapon skins and armour.
Breakthrough is the new gametype which has two teams. The first must deliver a flag and the second are in a "purely defensive role" with unlimited resources.
Xbox 360 Achievements has spotted some Xbox 360 Achievements for Crysis 3 that seem to indicate a new downlodable content pack.
What happens when you mix the massively multiplayer open world survivalist shooter Day Z with Turok: Dinosaur Hunter? You get The Stomping Land, where players not only have to survive starvation and predatory dinosaurs, but other players as well.
Following Jason Rubin's account of the rather terrible conditions developer 4A Games has to endure to stay in business, Metro: Last Light creative director Andrew Prokhorov responds to the former THQ boss.
Rubin was "the only THQ President" to visit them in their 10-year relationship with the publisher, and did so on his "second week" as the new boss. 4A strives to 'earn' better conditions.
The promised tweaking of FOV for PC Metro: Last Light has arrived with the latest update via Steam. This lets those dead sure they want more on screen edit a config file - against 4A's general advise - to cram more in.
Also attached in this update is a fix for AMD cards of the 7xxx variety where some pesky shadow corruption was causing mischief; it forced Metro into a 3:1 resolution on some TVs.
Metro: Last Light's 4A Games is that developer from... erm, er - where are they from? That's precisely the problem, says Jason Rubin - the former Naughty Dog man thrown the hot potato that was THQ.
Rubin is doing what he can to tell the story behind the game of Metro, and it's far, far from an ideal situation for any developer - or any company for that matter. Electricity would've been nice.
Coffee Stain Studios has announced that their first person shooter / tower defense hybrid Sanctum 2 is now available on Steam and on Xbox Live Arcade.
What significance does that beefy 8GB GDDR5 RAM make to PlayStation 4 development? Well, Guerrilla Games reveal their Killzone: Shadow Fall PS4 demo only gobbled up half of it despite all the action.
The truth maybe that Guerrilla was unaware of the full 8GB as Sony kept it secret from third-parties until the official announcement, commented Just Add Water's Stewart Gilray.
Developer 4A Games has heard the rallied cry of the community and are going to let PC fans tweak a config file to adjust the Field of View setting for Metro: Last Light. However, they warn of the consequences.
The studio thought of offering "three different FOV presets" but it would demand "significant work to re-do every animation," adjusting the HUD, UI and other odd bits. So they compromise.