Obsidian has announced that their wildly successful Kickstarted roleplaying game Project Eternity now has an official title: Pillars of Eternity. To celebrate, the developer released the first gameplay trailer for their game.
Indie developer Teknopants has released its multiplayer brawler Samurai Gunn on Steam and the developer's official site. The game costs $14.99 USD, but currently has a 20% launch deal til the end of 2013, making it $11.99 USD.
Double Fine has announced the puzzle game, Hack 'n' Slash, that won the fan vote of the Amnesia Fortnite poll in which the player takes on the role of an elf in an archetypal roleplaying game who survives by... cheating. That is, uses hacking skills to get through the computer game.
Focus Home Interactive has announced the first downloadable content pack for WarGame: AirLand Battle since Vox Populi, called Magna Carta.
Neverwinter just released the Shadowmantle expansion, and with it comes a powerful new class, the Hunter Ranger.
SEGA has released the next big update for Company of Heroes, which will see a number of key feature updates to the game's Steam functionality, such as secure leaderboards, battle and arbitration servers.
The latest release in the series, Company of Heroes 2, has also been updated with a Theatre of War pack called 'Southern Fronts’, which will retail at $4.99/£2.99/€3.99/AUD 6.49 on Steam. Two free maps have also been made available, along with several game improvements and the ability to upload community created maps to Steam's Workshop.
First-person puzzle game Reset will be getting a new trailer at the end of the week.
John Carmack, formerly of id Software, has revealed a little about the happenings at the studio he co-founded, specifically surrounding the development of Doom 4. He couldn't talk too much.
He did reveal that the hardest part of tackling a new Doom has been for id "deciding exactly what the essence of Doom is," as such an endeavour is "heck of a lot harder than you might think."
Excalibur Publishing, creators of simulation titles like Euro Truck Simulator and Farming Manager, announce a new post-based management sim, Post Master.
An online media company has today launched their beta version of the eSports Global Network (ESGN) and their web-broadcast channel ESGN^TV, with the sole aim to unite the eSports arena.
They've got content deals with ESL (Europe), GameFy (China) and GomTV (Korea) to cover "every facet of the eSports profession," with breaking news, schedules and more.
Battlefield 4's awkward launch is being remedied by DICE, with the latest patch fixing, among other problems, a bug that caused players in cover to get shot.
Need for Speed: Rivals developer Ghost Games was already busy with the next instalment in the racing franchise before their first foray into the IP was out the door. Ghost has been given control of the series.
The IP torch passed from Criterion which had reduced in size to 16 people, with most going on to form Ghost Games UK. Need For Speed: Rivals launched last month.
First motion-fitness game for the PC and mobile devices resolves outstanding copyright issues with hip-hop artist, and is now gearing up for re-launch.
How the Saints Save Christmas released today, promises Yuletide insanity for all.
Markus 'Notch' Persson was once ushered into the Valve workplace for a friendly chat with Gabe Newell as Minecraft neared beta, and found himself being interviewed for a position at the company.
Notch answered "politely but firmly, no" to joining the Valve family. He explains it was his hardest decision but that Minecraft was "maybe my chance to create a Valve".
Steam users have noticed that The Walking Dead Season 2 page has been updated to show that the first episode will be arriving on the 17th December. The first episode is titled "All That Remains".
Significant amount of content added in the latest patch for Starbound, including new weapons, areas and a handy grappling hook.
Some news is coming out about Chris Robert's space combat sim Star Citizen that has nothing to do with crowdfunding. Instead, it seems that the developer is working on a faction system, and that an early release may be coming in January.
Matrix Games has announced a new 1.05 update for their World War II global strategy game World in Flames. The update fixes serious issues with save game restoration.
Former Nintendo and PopCap Games developers have formed a new videogame company Naiad Entertainment, which will be developing and publishing its own indie games. The first game announced by Naiad is Sneaky Sneaky, "a turn-based, stealth, adventure game for PC, Mac, and iOS."