A new trailer was shown off at PAX 2011 for free-to-play action-MMORPG Warhammer Online: Wrath of Heroes, showing off Felicia's firey range of attacks, from fireballs to firebreathing. Her motto? "Quench this!"
Electronic Arts has revised the language of their digital distribution service Origin, after the outcry from users over the intrusiveness, perceived or real.
Bethesda VP Pete Hines revealed in twitter than weapons and armor would not suffer degradation in The Elder Scrolls V: SKyrim.
Paradox Interactive at PAX 2011 has announced a new turn-based strategy game, Warlock: The Master of Arcane. As one might guess, it involves wizards and magic. The trailer that was released seems to indicate it'll be a global strategy title, with various types of magic to be researched (as indicated by the runed wheel in the trailer).
Runic Games' new Diablo-styled RPG, Torchlight II, will remain a budget-level title, with a $19.99 USD price tag, the developer announced at PAX Prime 2011.
Three years ago, Penny Arcade Adventures: On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness Episode Two was released by Hothead Games, and a few months after the release, it was announced that the four part series would prematurely come to an end, with Penny Arcade releasing the events of the next two chapters in the form of prose.
Capcom has listened to fans, and the most requested feature for Dead Rising will be in Dead Rising 2: Off the Record: a sandbox mode that'll allow players to enjoy zombie slaying without worrying about a clock.
While Warner and Rocksteady's Batman: Arkham City will carry the Games for Windows box art, it won't be utilising the Games for Windows Live client.
What that means for Achievements is unknown as it means no logging into Live. Updates will also be delivered via other means. Will it hybrid with Steamworks?
Sledgehammer Games co-founder Michael Condrey talks about their collaborative development with Infinity Ward on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.
While they're "two separate" studios and cultures they "operate as one virtual" team. In the videogames industry not only "one person can win" and lose.
US retailer GameStop returned all their stock of PC Deus Ex: Human Revolution to publisher Square Enix because of the 'undeclared' inclusion of OnLive codes.
As GameStop is "developing a streaming service" of their own, the OnLive coupon is therefore a "competitive service." An internal memo ordered the return.
Gearbox Software writer Anthony Burch has spilled a little about Borderlands 2, although he couldn't reveal too much yet as 2K Games want it kept secret.
He did say the "entire weapons system" has been overhauled, and teased they've "combined" the new system and new AI for "much more involved" fights.
BioWare co-founder Dr. Greg Zeschuk admits they've got a real tall order to fill with Star Wars: The Old Republic, and that it must be "really solid" before launch.
The studio is doing their "very best to get it out" as fast as possible without compromising it. The MMO is "literally live right now" with "thousands" testing it.
A PC update for Deus Ex: Human Revolution from Eidos Montreal has dramatically cut long load times for some PCs, which "depends on machine spec".
Some have seen load speed increases "of over 50%". The studio has also tweaked the controls like mouse sensitivity. Some AMD/ATI issues fixed too.
Valve's PlayStation 3 version of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive will fully support the use of keyboard and mouse, unlike the Xbox 360 version however.
PC/Mac and the PS3 versions support cross-platform play like Portal 2, so ditching the controller sounds almost a necessity. Beta begins in October.
Publisher Deep Silver will be shipping 1 million copies of Risen 2 from Piranha Bytes when it releases early next year, as they invest "more than ever" in the IP.
The high ratings for the Risen 2 trailer "shows the expectations" fans have of the sequel, which introduces pirates. It's had "parallel development" for platforms.
The surprise inclusion of an OnLive code for PC Deus Ex: Human Revolution in the US has led to a "flood of people" signing up to the cloud gaming service.
The code is for a free OnLive version of the game which can be played via the MicroConsole for TV or on the PC through a browser. OnLive CEO is chuffed.
Uber Entertainment has announced the follow-up to their surprise hit Monday Night Combat, which will be a PC exclusive and free-to-play. Super Monday Night Combat will expand on the original, making it "Defense of the Ancients - with guns".
GameTrailers has unleashed the debut trailer for the long-awaited Counter-Strike followup, Global Offensive.
Square-Enix has announced the mystery game that the publisher and Portal co-creator Kim Swift had been working on, Quantum Conundrum. The new game deviate too far from Portal, as it is a first person puzzle game revolving around Science, with a capital "S".
The beautiful looking wartime real-time strategy game, Men of War: Vietnam, will be hitting on September 9, moved up 3 weeks from its September 27 release date, according to developer and publisher 1C.