UIG Entertainment has released the first gameplay trailer for their farming sim Professional Farmer 2014, which includes product placement from farming supply and hardware companies including JOHN DEERE, Lindner, Horsch, Rauch, Zuhammer, and Krampe.
Polish developer Playway has announced that their auto mechanic simulation Car Mechanic Simulator 2014 will be arriving sometime this month, November 2013.
Twitch has announced today that the PC version of Mojang's uber-popular boxy building game Minecraft will be getting native Twitch.tv streaming support.
Bohemia Interactive has released a trailer for the first episode of Arma 3's campaign. Survive puts us in the role of NATO peacekeeper Ben Kerry as their taskforce withdraw creating a Mediterranean flashpoint.
The studio also draw attention to the "extra building blocks" introduced with Survive, such as "new weapons, animations, 3D objects" and scripts for creators to play with.
The Cities of Tomorrow expansion for SimCity gives Mayors the tools for a futuristic city that can thrive on green technologies and affluent society or Omega, a substance fuelling all new industry.
Each have their own advantages and drawbacks with new disasters, buildings and even transport. A pity the final shots of the launch trailer can't be achieved, i.e. bigger cities.
The beta continues for Football Manager 2014 with developer Sports Interactive now releasing a demo of that beta for gamers to try out. It features 6 in-game months and limited league options.
The beta is currently available for those who have pre-ordered the game, which is due out on PC and Mac October 31st. The studio is well aware of known issues and are addressing them.
It's not even been a week since Cloud Imperium announced they'd reached $24 million that Star Citizen has been flooded with more pledges achieving the $25 million milestone. It's "truly astounding" for the team.
The $25m mark unlocked an 'enhanced alpha' which increases their infrastructure for more testers. Now Cloud Imperium unveils the $27 million stretch goal of the Banu Merchantman.
Games like QWOP and Surgeon Simulator 2013, in which the player is forced to ridiculously control every single appendage to perform simple tasks seem to have created a new genre, as Probably Archery has hit Steam Greenlight.
Czech developer SCS Software has revealed that the studio has added beta support for Oculus Rift for their truck sim Euro Truck Simulator 2.
Developer Battlegoat is attempting to sweeten the pot for would-be backers of Supreme Ruler 1936 by offering a "free digital download" of their Supreme Ruler 2010 - the first in the real-time geo-political series.
It's being given to everyone for a "limited time" so it's not staying gratis forever. With 23 days to go, Supreme Ruler 1936 is a little over 10% funded as Battlegoat seeks $60,000 CAD.
How's it going with Arma 3? Bohemia Interactive have released a second Sitrep community guide video debriefing us on the game's progress and the features introduced with the 'launch package' as it left beta.
Once again this community guide is narrated by Dslyecxi from ShackTactical. It's a great overview of everything so far especially the journey from alpha, through beta to release.
Astronautic engineers unite! The alpha builds of Space Engineers is now available for crash test dummies to don their space suits, wield their space wrenches (not a euphemism) and get to building stuff.
The game's core mechanics are the focus of this early peek such as building in creative mode, and the simulation of physics and destruction. Gamers encouraged to 'go wild'.
Chris Roberts promise us Star Citizen is a space simulator worthy of melting PCs, and with the latest fictitious commercial for the Anvil Aerospace Hornet craft it would be hard to discredit him.
The video shows a small scale skirmish with two ships weaving in and out of asteroids, with all footage produced "100 per cent in-engine" in eye-defying 4K resolution. No baked textures.
The classic Red Baron returns as Mad Otter Games, founded by the game's creator Damon Slye, has started a Kickstarter drive to back the World War I dogfighting sim, which will not only feature a single player, DRM-free experience, but a robust multiplayer including skirmishes as well as a MOBA mode.
Electronic Arts has announced that The Sims 4 will be hitting PC next year. The game, which is being developed by Maxis' The Sims Studio, will arrive in Fall 2014.
Egosoft has just released a new trailer for their space explorer X Rebirth, which not too long posted a dev diary going into the depths of the game's mining and trading systems. Now it's all about lasers.
There'll be plenty of mighty explosions as ships tear into one another as this latest trailer proves. It's not all merchandise freighting - sometimes you just want a good scrap.
UK-based indie developer Flix Interactive has announced that its "sandbox survival-creation game" Eden Star is now on Kickstarter. The game can be described as a first person shooter version of Minecraft in space, while dispensing with the blockiness.
Chris Roberts has announced on the official Star Citizen site, Roberts Space Industries, that crowdfunding has hit $23M, unlocking the Xi'an Scout stretch goal.
Hinterland's first-person survival simulator The Long Dark, which includes voice talent from David Hayter and Jennifer Hale, has just successfully completed its Kickstarter campaign with more than $256k CAD.
That means backers have also managed to achieve the $250k stretch goal promising double the soundtrack for the game. The goal for the project was $200,000 CAD.
Lead Designer Stone Librande from Maxis leads a gameplay walkthrough of SimCity's first expansion, Cities of Tomorrow. We get a glimpse at the futuristic techs we'll be using, like the fusion power plant.
The maglev rail is raised above the roads, meaning no traffic jams. Sewer water into drinking water? Thanks Academy! There's also OmegaCo - the polar opposite to a clean city.