After the successful release of The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing, NeocoreGames has announced that it's working on a sequel for the popular gothic-noir steampunk action-RPG influenced by Bram Stoker’s Dracula.
The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing II is in development for the PC and will allow returning fans to import their characters from the first adventure, while new hunters will have the opportunity to create their own monster-hunter.
Telltale founder and president Kevin Bruner says that, "on the heels of the success of Walking Dead," a lot of executive higher ups understand better what Telltale does with licenses in their games.
The studio is getting a growing number of gentlemen callers, and they are some Telltale "never would have imagined" to be. Bruner says they'll be making more licensed game announcements in 2013.
The long, long, long in the making Sony title by the name of The Last Guardian is officially "on hiatus," reveals Jack Tretton, but offers hope when he says it "isn't going away" - projects "never ultimately go away."
That's one of the "cool things" about having worldwide development teams working around the clock. The Last Guardian was announced for PS3 back in 2009.
Victory Games' upcoming Command & Conquer is a bit less Middle-Eastern with its militant forces after the studio received a "bad reaction from people" citing it as "pretty offensive" - Global Liberation Army now more inclusive.
The face of the GLA will "probably just offend everybody," joked Victory's Tim Morten. The game's lore had the GLA rooted in Middle-Eastern culture and support - but now it's actually global, I guess.
Digital Extremes is pondering cross-platform play between PlayStation 4 and PC for their free-to-play shooter Warframe. If CCP can do it with PS3's DUST 514 and PC's EVE Online, then why not more?
Associate producer Pat Kudirka says it's "really up to Sony." Major technical decisions for the title lie in the hands of the publisher, and not the developer. What will Sony decide?
Nordic Games announced today that the release date for Deadfall Adventures will be 27th September, 2013 for both PC and Xbox 360.
Deadfall Adventures features a single player campaign, multiplayer battle arenas and a survival cooperation mode. Developed using Unreal Engine 3, it combines a mix of first person shooter with puzzle solving.
Remember when Sony was criticised for pricing PlayStation 3 really high, and that they said words to the effect of 'people will pay it because it's PlayStation'? Well Microsoft wants their turn in the diva spotlight.
Don Mattrick, president of Microsoft Interactive Entertainment, has said if you can't meet Xbox One's 24-hour 'check-in' with the Internet then they have the answer: "it's called an Xbox 360."
Square Enix's Wii U exclusive launch of the Director's Cut for Deus Ex: Human Revolution isn't so 'exclusive' after all. It will be coming to Xbox 360, PS3, PC and Mac following "an overwhelming response" from fans.
The decision to bring an updated version of Deus Ex: Human Revolution only to Wii U, which includes reworked boss fights, was something of a troubling move for owners of the original.
The Elder Scrolls Online developer Zenimax Online has revealed in a new FAQ that the PC/Mac OS, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of the free-to-play MMO would have their own servers.
Czech Republic-based developer Bohemia Interactive has announced Take On Mars, the latest in the Take On series. This game will put the players in the role of astronauts exploring planets, instead of exploring Earth's airspace in Take On Helicopters.
Some believe that Tetsuya Nomura, Square Enix's games director, hinted during the publisher's E3 livestream that Final Fantasy XV and Kingdom Hearts III may come to PC, in addition to the PlayStation 4 and the recently announced
Xbox One versions.
Blizzard Entertainment has reportedly delayed its expansion pack for Diablo III, but takes umbrage at the report of a delay. "We haven't officially announced an expansion to D3, so there's no release date," declared a Blizzard rep in a statement.
CD Projekt RED has announced that the PC version of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will be using the save game file from The Witcher 2 to affect the game state. According to executive producer John Mamais, the saved game file "will definitely impact your playthrough in The Witcher 3."
Warner Bros. Interactive has announced LEGO Legends of Chima Online, a free-to-play browser-based MMO based on the cartoon series, where players can "choose from the Lion, Eagle, Gorilla and Bear tribes and customize your own warrior."
Microsoft has announced that Killer Instinct, the remake of Rare's coin-op arcade fighting game, will be a launch title for the Xbox One, and will exploit the system's online connectivity.
Legendary adventure game writer Jane Jensen's Kickstarter-funded game Moebius is making the rounds at E3, with new screenshots and trailer released by the developer.
Infinity Ward is bragging that the next-gen console versions of Call of Duty: Ghosts will be running at 1080p at 60 frames per second.
Gamers waiting to shoot giant alien insects will have to wait til next year, as D3Publisher has announced Earth Defense Force 2025 will be released in February 2014.
Sony showed off Final Fantasy XV (originally Final Fantasy Versus XIII) and Kingdom Hearts III at its pre-E3 press briefing on Monday, but it seems both games will also be arriving on the Xbox One.
Behaviour Interactive are working with the support of Games Workshop to develop a new Warhammer 40k game called Eternal Crusade, which is a 3rd person persistent online action MMORPG set for release in 2015.